Career Opportunities

Community Preservation Partners

Assistant Project Manager

The main responsibility of the Assistant Project Manager is to coordinate, implement, and manage activities related to affordable housing development.


Position Responsibilities:

  • Collaborate on the initial financial review and analysis of properties being considered for development;
  • Update financial projections in the financial model as the development life cycle matures;
  • Work with time sensitive material and meet multiple deadlines for simultaneous projects including applications for tax credits and bonds, closing and due diligence activities, due diligence coordination, and closeout/ 8609 documentation;
  • Assist with preparation of funding applications to local, state, and federal agencies for project financing;
  • Assist with preparation of committee financial models and write ups for project financing;
  • Organize and facilitate the distribution of due diligence documentation to lenders, investors and partners;
  • Communicate and work with the construction team, prepare construction draw documentation and monitor the construction schedule;
  • Communicate with the design and development team to track deliverables time frames and ensure timelines are kept;
  • Update project notes and schedules on department systems and tracking sheets; and
  • Research and compile program information and be able to organize it in effectively for senior management.


Positions Requirements:

  • One year on the job experience requiring project organization, communication and reporting, research, analysis and interpretation of data;
  • Bachelor’s degree;
  • Possess high energy and have an insatiable appetite to learn;
  • Be performance and goal oriented, able to multitask and enjoy complex puzzles;
  • Enjoy meeting new people and collaborating on complex projects;
  • Value a high degree of independence and accountability;
  • Find travel exciting and work well under pressure;
  • Possess exceptional organizational, analytical, and written and verbal communication skills; and
  • Process proficiency with Excel and project management software.

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