Assistant Project Manager - Development
Cleveland, OHApply Now
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For over 25 years, NRP has been dedicated to building quality homes for our residents, regardless of income. The NRP Group is a full-service multifamily developer, general contractor, and property manager with assets and operations in Ohio, Texas, North Carolina, Virginia, Florida, Michigan, Indiana, Pennsylvania, Maryland, New Jersey, New York, and Massachusetts.
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The Assistant Project Manager (APM) is responsible for helping the project management team to bridge the expectations and efforts of all parties involved in the tax credit application cycle, predevelopment process and the development phase to groundbreaking, and ultimately to project stabilization. The APM coordinates pieces of projects from a largely micro perspective and supports the project management team’s work with various specialists to help those specialists execute their tasks toward target dates for closings, groundbreakings and transition to property management. The APM will also work with the Senior Applications Manager to produce funding applications for Low Income Housing Tax Credits and associated funding. The APM will report to the Director of Development Project Management and work closely under their supervision, with the goal of becoming increasing self-sufficient and project managing for the company.
SKILLS & ABILITIES
Education: Bachelor’s degree preferred
Experience: 0-3 years working in a professional, real-estate related atmosphere preferred
Technical Skills: Proficient in Microsoft Office Suite. Effective communicator – physically, verbally and written – with a diverse audience.
Driver’s License Required: Preferred
Other Requirements: None