Senior Project Manager
Bear Development, LLC
General Description: Bear Development is hiring a senior project manager to oversee and manage the execution of multifamily, hospitality and build-to-suit commercial developments. The position requires a deep understanding of real estate finance and the development process specific to low income housing tax credits.
Job Goal: The Project Manager will be assigned specific developments and expected to manage all aspects development lifecycle with support from additional team members, affiliated companies and consultants. These tasks will include but are not limited to:
- Site selection
- Financial modeling
- Debt / equity placement
- Closing Process
- Assisting the asset management and property management team as needed post-closing.
- BS Degree in Finance, Accounting, or Real Estate. CPA or JD preferred.
- A minimum of three years of accounting and or development experience.
- Prior project management experience.
- Experience with Low Income Housing Tax Credits (LIHTC).
- Working knowledge of Microsoft Office and accounting software.
- Possess good interpersonal skills.
This list of duties and responsibilities is not all inclusive and may be expanded to include other duties and responsibilities as management may deem necessary from time to time.
- Financial modeling of complex real estate developments. Including but not limited to hospitality, retail, market rate multifamily rental and affordable rental via low income housing tax credits.
- Actively managing the day to day details of complex real estate developments.
- Have the experience and oversight to hold employees accountable for project results and profitability, both in construction and development.
- Track job details and effectively communicate to team members.
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