Development Project Manager

January 7, 2022

San Francisco, CA

Brilliant Corners

Chief Financial Officer
January 7, 2022
Director of Real Estate Development
January 10, 2022

The Development Project Manager (DPM) reports directly to the Regional Manager of Northern California Housing Development or designated staff. This position is primarily responsible for development of licensed residential care facilities for persons with Intellectual & Developmental Disabilities (IDD). The DPM will have lead responsibility for the development of multiple licensed residential care facilities, and/or partake in the various stages of acquisition and renovation of multifamily and other supportive housing projects at any given time, in the immediate and greater San Francisco Bay Area. The DPM will be engaged with a variety of external development partners as well as internal departmental counterparts to insure successful project completion, positive stakeholder relationships are maintained and full cost coverage is achieved. With support from Directors, Regional Managers, Senior Project Managers, and other Development staff, the DPM will also be responsible for the maintenance (and occasional creation or modification) of project management tools, such as development budgets, project schedules, milestone checklists, acquisition and renovation criteria, task lists, contact lists, bid documents, narrative descriptions/reports, and community outreach materials.

Position Overview:

The Development Project Manager (DPM) reports directly to the Regional Manager of Northern California Housing Development or designated staff.  This position is primarily responsible for development of licensed residential care facilities for persons with Intellectual & Developmental Disabilities (IDD).  The DPM will have lead responsibility for the development of multiple licensed residential care facilities, and/or partake in the various stages of acquisition and renovation of multifamily and other supportive housing projects at any given time, in the immediate and greater San Francisco Bay Area.  The DPM will be engaged with a variety of external development partners as well as internal departmental counterparts to insure successful project completion, positive stakeholder relationships are maintained and full cost coverage is achieved.  With support from Directors, Regional Managers, Senior Project Managers, and other Development staff, the DPM will also be responsible for the maintenance (and occasional creation or modification) of project management tools, such as development budgets, project schedules, milestone checklists, acquisition and renovation criteria, task lists, contact lists, bid documents, narrative descriptions/reports, and community outreach materials.

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