Posted September 4, 2019
The Prince George's County Department of Housing and Community Development is seeking qualified applicants to fill a Community Developer IV position within its Community Planning and Development Division. This is a supervisory, professional principal position, whereby the Incumbent oversees compliance with the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) of 1969, Environmental Review Procedures for Entities Assuming the Housing and Urban Development (HUD) Environmental Policies (24 CFR Part 50 and 58), and related laws/authorities for the Housing and Community Development Division's projects.
Preferred Qualifications: Master's degree in Architecture, Architecture History, Business or Public Administration, Historic Preservation, Urban Planning, Psychology, Social Services, Sociology, or other related fields. Applicant must meet the Secretary of the Interior's Professional Qualification Standards for Archeology and Historic Preservation published in the Code of Federal Regulations at 36 CFR Part 61; plus three (3) years of responsible professional research, and writing, technical, analytical, and developmental work experience in program management, architectural preservation, American archeology, and community outreach.
Candidates can apply online at governmentjobs.com/careers/pgc.
Posted September 4, 2019
Green Street Housing (GSH) is an experienced and fast-growing developer of affordable housing in the mid-Atlantic region. Founded 10 years ago, GSH has developed hundreds of apartments units in Maryland, Delaware and Virginia. With many projects in our development pipeline, GSH is seeking to add an energetic and diligent Controller to the team in Salisbury, Maryland. Position Summary The Controller will report directly to the principals and will be responsible for the financial and accounting operations of the company and its affiliates. The successful candidate must be able to work independently in a fast-paced, entrepreneurial environment, be able to manage multiple projects and prioritize their work.
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Posted September 4, 2019
Baltimore City DHCD is seeking a Deputy Commissioner for Development. The Deputy Commissioner for Development (DCD) is responsible for developing and executing citywide housing development, revitalization and neighborhood improvement strategies that reflect the vision and goals of the agency and the Mayor. In addition to having a working knowledge of the various public programs and tools available to support the City’s housing development agenda, the DCD must be able to coordinate and significantly leverage private lending institutions, real estate developers, non-profit community organizations, and philanthropic organizations in order to achieve the necessary scale of activities necessary for the expected impact. In addition, the DCD must work closely with the Housing Authority, BDC, the Planning Department, and the Mayor’s Office of Employment Development to ensure that the full range of services and activities are working in conjunction with one another for the benefit of the City. Read the full job description HERE.
Baltimore City DHCD is seeking a Director of Project Finance. The Director of Project Finance is responsible for overseeing the underwriting and administration of development projects under the auspices of the Department of Housing and Community Development (DHCD). This position is also responsible for coordinating loan program activities and loan closing for development projects with City funding, such as, Investment Partnerships Program (HOME), Affordable Housing Trust Funds (AHTF), Community Development Block Grant (CDBG), Community Development BOND funds, Section 108, Rental Housing Production (RHP), Taxable Bonds, and Syndication of 9% and 4% Low Income Tax Credits. Work of this class involves supervising underwriters, project compliance officers, project coordinators, administrative staff and inspection personnel. The incumbent reports to the Assistant Commissioner of Project Finance & Development. Read the full job description HERE.
Baltimore City DHCD is seeking a Director of Grants, Assets and Administration. The Director of Grants, Assets and Administration (DGAA) is responsible for overseeing the management of the Development Division’s new Grants, Assets and Administration team. This team will lead the grant and RFP process, as well as selection, contracting, monitoring, and payment processes for the Community Catalyst grants and other grants that support the work of the Development Division, such as Healthy Neighborhoods Initiative, Choice Neighborhood Grants, Community Development Bond Funds (funded through the City’s Capital Improvement Program) projects, and State Neighborhood Revitalization Grants, among others. This team will also provide administrative support to the Land Transaction and Management and Project Finance teams for all grants, project finance, and land transactions (including providing logistics and support for Requests for Proposals (RFP), Notice of Funding Availability (NOFA), and other procurement activities). Read the full job description HERE.