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Assistant Project Manager - Development

Cleveland, OH

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Come join NRP’s A+ team! We’ve been recognized as a “Top Workplace” because we promote a culture where our team can build long-term careers and connections. As we grow as a company, our goal is that you will grow in your career.

NRP has been recognized with several industry awards including Top Workplaces; Best and Brightest Companies to Work For; and National Apartment Association’s Best Places to Work.

We value our employees by offering a competitive benefit package including:

  • Commission and bonus opportunities
  • Paid vacation and sick leave
  • 11 Paid holidays
  • Paid maternity & parental bonding leave
  • Short & long term disability
  • Medical/Dental/Vision/Life Insurance
  • 401(k) Match
  • Training, certification, & growth opportunities
  • Employee referral & recognition programs
  • 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 NRP Group is an equal opportunity employer. We celebrate diversity and are committed to creating an inclusive environment for all employees. All applicants will be considered for employment without attention to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, veteran or disability status.



    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.

    Essential Functions:

  • Assist with preparation and assembly of Low Income Housing Tax Credit and gap financing applications, including generating checklists
  • Generate detailed analysis of funding documents
  • Engender trust and respect of partners (both for-profit and nonprofit) and L.P.’s consultants and third-party professionals to create responsive and effective partnership
  • Become increasingly self-sufficient with goal of project managing for the company
  • Understand the critical path within each Project timeline
  • Assist in development department’s communication with NRP Contractors to ensure that pre-construction survey, engineering and architectural tasks are seamless within conceptual project timeline
  • Coordinate on various due diligence items with other members of NRP's Design & Entitlements division
  • Timely and consistent processing of all team meeting minutes, invoices, etc.
  • Attend specific Housing Finance Agency committee meetings and training seminars to solidify relationship with Housing Finance Agency Assist with the assembly of tax credit and other financing applications
  • Position will require work-weeks exceeding 40 hours during various tax credit application cycles
  • Other tasks as assigned    

  • Accountability - Accepts responsibility and accounts for his/her actions
  • Analytical Ability - Ability to use thinking and reasoning to solve problems
  • Communication - Effective written and verbal skills. Communicates and/or understands instructions, sells ideas, obtains acceptance and action. Accurately and timely informs supervisors and subordinates of important developments
  • External Relations - Builds strong relationships with external parties by obtaining confidence, respect and cooperation. Responds innovatively and constructively to the needs of external parties. Recognizes additional opportunities and relationships
  • Initiative - Demonstrates resourcefulness and independence in carrying out responsibilities and assignments
  • Project Management - Undertakes planning and the integration of people and resources. Manages and measures multiple activities. Manages risks and plans for contingencies
  • Reliability - Consistently meets deadlines, follows up, and effectively uses time
  • Strategic Thinking - Takes long-term view. Evaluates alignment and identifies opportunities.
  • Must possess an interest in affordable housing.
  • Qualifications



    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

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