Four passionate Eastside activists who came together formed East LA Community Corporation (ELACC) in 1995. ELACC’s mission is to advocate for economic and social justice in Boyle Heights and Unincorporated East Los Angeles by building affordable housing, grassroots leadership, and access to economic development opportunities for low and moderate‐income families. Over the 25‐year history of ELACC, we have leveraged over $259 million in investments through community‐driven real estate development, mobilized thousands of residents to change policies, served thousands of low‐income residents with community wealth services, and we provide quality affordable homes for over 2,900 people.
Assistant Project Manager
ELACC seeks an individual who will work as part of the development team and assist in a full range of development related activities for multi‐family affordable housing developments. The Assistant Project Manager (APM) assists in the predevelopment process thru acquisition, community engagement, entitlements, funding application cycle, construction loan closing, construction, lease‐up and permanent loan conversion. The APM, with supervision and direction, supports the Real Estate Development Department by taking on specific tasks of the development process, as assigned, to advance the project management of multi‐family affordable housing developments.
Under the supervision and direction of the Director of Real Estate Development, the Assistant Project Manager’s primary responsibility is to assist in a full range of real estate development functions in order to ensure project deadline requirements and budget guidelines are met relating to the development of multi‐family affordable housing.
The Assistant Property Manager is an ELACC team member that leads their core project and fulfills their responsibilities to the entire team by actively fundraising, supporting organization wide projects, participating in all staff planning sessions, and being part of achieving the organization’s mission and vision.
Candidates should be detail oriented and able to communicate all agreement milestones and performance items to responsible parties. Have an understanding and applicable experience in working with the California Tax Credit Allocation Committee funding program as well as other City, County and State funding sources.
Accountability and Review:
Position reports to: Director of Real Estate
Performance review: Development Annual
Number of employees receiving work direction: Zero
Position titles reporting to position: Zero
Required experience and skills:
Education and Experience
Knowledge and Skills
Compensation: Competitive salary based on qualifications and experience. 55K – 62K. This is a full‐time bargaining unit non‐exempt position with a competitive benefits package that includes health, dental, retirement, life and disability insurance.
ELACC is an Equal Opportunity Employer
Email cover letter and resume to: VP Human Capital & COO East LA Community Corporation
Email: [email protected] www.elacc.org
Position open until filled