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Interested and qualified candidates, please submit your resume to: Christina Smith | Managing Director |

Senior Project Director

Boston, MA


Company Overview:

Our client has earned a national reputation for award-winning excellence in real estate development, acquiring and developing holdings with a value in excess of $2.5 billion in 10 states. The company focuses on the acquisition and repositioning of multifamily properties, adaptive reuse of historic structures, transforming public housing into vibrant living communities and complexly structured new construction mixed-income housing communities. They are long-term owners devoted to the communities they serve. Our client develops high-quality housing and communities that provide its residents with quality houses and improved access to economic opportunity.

Position Overview:

The company is looking to add a Senior Project Director to its Boston team. This person will oversee the acquisition, underwriting, financing, and construction of mixed-income and mixed-use real estate projects. Alongside managing government relations and community input, they will expand the firm’s portfolio, which is the largest manager of affordable housing in America. Projects will be specialized in the development of critically needed affordable and workforce housing, utilizing Federal and State Tax Credit or subsidy financing programs, with additional development focuses on the adaptive reuse of historic properties.


• Successfully manage assigned development team and third-party vendors to ensure development objectives and timelines are met during the full development process.
• Proactively collaborate with lawyers, architects, general contractors, property management, and consultants to promote financially and reputationally successful development efforts.
• Accurately prepare financial models, written narratives, and funding applications.
• Review all legal documents, third party reports, pro formas, and compliance documents to promote successful loan closings.
• Develop positive relationships with elected officials, government agency representatives, residents, the public, lenders, investors, and partners.
• Fully responsible for planning, monitoring, and managing department budget.
• Regularly travel to project sites.
• Bachelor's degree in Construction Management, Urban Planning, Real Estate, Business, or related discipline.
• Minimum of 3-5 years of relevant real estate and/or underwriting experience.
• Independently closed and completed 3+ successful projects.
• 1-3 years of supervisory/management experience.
• Advanced skills with Microsoft Office applications.
• Ability to produce complex documents, perform analysis and maintain databases.
• Excellent customer service skills.
• Ability to lead and direct multiple collaborative teams for large projects.
• Proven understanding of capital and operating subsidy, Federal and State tax credit programs; LIHTC, HTC, HUD RAD and other Voucher Programs with hand on financial modeling and analysis experience.
• Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
• Project and/or personnel management experience with an ability to manage multiple tasks, deadlines, and priorities.
• Superb attention to detail, high level of accountability, and an ability to work autonomously.
• Master's degree in Real Estate, Construction Management, Business or related discipline.
• Ability to lead meetings, manage conference calls, and publicly speak.