San Francisco Community Land Trust
CONTRACTOR: Small Site Project Manager
RATE: $75.00/hour (approx. 20 hours/week)
TIME PERIOD: May 2015 – July 31, 2015
SCOPE OF WORK: To provide project management support for SFCLT’s real estate acquisitions including, but not limited to, the following:
- Manage and organize all documentation for new acquisitions throughout the pre-offer and escrow process. Work closely with the Organizational Director (OD) on new acquisition related tasks as needed.
- Research and compile relevant acquisition data, information and pertaining to the financial, physical and social analysis of each target property; share all information and documents with SFCLT.
- Complete loan applications, pro-formas and rent rolls according to lender requirements (e.g., City of San Francisco’s Mayor’s Office of Housing).
- Set up Property and Asset Management systems for new acquisitions including: identifying and securing property management partner, and working closely with the Asset Manager on related tasks as needed.
- Manage post-acquisition renovation process with MOHCD project manager and OD, including but not limited to: scope of work, bidding, permits, contracts, relocation, disbursements, etc.
Interested parties should contact Tracy Parent or Joshua Delfin at 415-399-1490 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
TITLE: Asset Manager
REPORTS TO: Organizational Director
STATUS: 0.80 FTE (32 hours/week)
SFCLT is a membership based organization whose mission is to create permanently affordable, resident-controlled housing for low- to moderate-income people in San Francisco through community ownership of the land. We do this by acquiring apartment buildings at risk of eviction and convert them into resident-owned cooperatives. Currently SFCLT has five properties in its portfolio and is rapidly expanding.
The Asset Manager will help build and maintain a strong, well-functioning, community-based organization. Working closely with the Organizational Director, the Asset Manager is responsible for overseeing and managing properties on SFCLT land, and supporting cooperative associations towards the goal of self-management and sustainability over the long-term. This includes all asset management responsibilities, communicating with third party property management, and coordinating with other program staff with the design and delivery of the education and technical assistance program. The ideal candidate will have experience working with people from diverse socio-economic and cultural backgrounds, will be passionate about the organization's mission, and experienced in property or asset management. This position requires someone who is able to self-manage, self-organized and has strong time management skills. The Asset Manager is hired by and reports to the Organizational Director.
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