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Associate Vice President

Cory Executive Recruiting - Los Angeles, CA

COMPANY

Our client is a national leader in the real estate industry, dedicated to providing the best services to their residents.

JOB SUMMARY

We are hiring for a seasoned and hands-on Associate Vice President of Development in the Los Angeles, CA area. As the Associate Vice President, you will provide strategic direction and oversee the development projects of the assigned project team. This role will also be expected to maintain a supportive team environment and implement team building/learning opportunities and support other upper-level management in identifying ongoing staff training needs.

  • Support project management staff with community engagement work; when needed, attend neighborhood and community meetings

  • Provide project-level support and guidance to emerging project managers as they transition from the Business Development Team to the Real Estate Team

  • You will supervise and mentor 2-3 development staff

  • Ensure that project budgets and critical path schedules are updated at least quarterly and with accuracy for reporting to the Board of Directors

  • Support project managers in proactively managing projects, ensuring that milestones are achieved or, when necessary, that schedule deviation and any potential developer fee impacts are communicated

  • Support and coach project managers in identifying potential schedule conflicts and triaging project tasks as necessary

  • Direct research on potential sources of project funding and work with project managers and financial consultants to develop a funding strategy for projects in development and obtain approval when necessary

  • Work in cross-functional teams to diagnose problems and develop, implement and maintain solutions, including using or updating internal processes and procedures

 QUALIFICATIONS

  • Bachelor’s degree required

  • 8+ years of affordable housing, development of affordable housing projects financed with low-income housing tax credits or tax-exempt bonds experience required

  • Working knowledge of local and state financing programs and regulatory requirements

  • Aptitude to supervise staff, particularly to mentor

  • Strong analytical and problem-solving skills

  • Capacity to assess risk, develop mitigations, and communicate the same

COMPENSATION

  • Very competitive full benefits package






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