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Locations:Berkeley, CA
Los Angeles, CA
Payment:Paid
Start Date:Oct 4, 2021
Category:Housing
Contact:Aleksandra Kisilenko
5105479380
Posted:Sep 23, 2021
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BAE Urban Economics, Inc. (BAE) is seeking a qualified Analyst or Associate for our Berkeley or Los Angeles, CA office. We are seeking an individual who is passionate about the work we do, enjoys intellectual challenge, and has a desire to learn and grow professionally. We will fill the position depending on the qualifications and experience of the candidate who is the best fit for our needs. The position is partially remote at this time. Please see job descriptions below.

BAE has a dynamic national consulting practice in urban development, public-private partnerships, revitalization strategies, affordable housing, transit-oriented development, economic…

Location:San Francisco, CA
Payment:Paid
Start Date:Dec 1, 2021
Category:Housing
Contact:Alberto Benejam
Posted:Sep 21, 2021
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Link to Application:
https://tndc.csod.com/ux/ats/careersite/5/home/requisition/1614?c=tndc

SUMMARY

Under the supervision of the Associate Directors of Housing Development or Senior Project Manager, the Assistant Project Manager is responsible for providing administrative support and project assistance to the Associate Directors and project management staff. The position requires a responsible individual who pays careful attention to detail, has strong problem-solving, verbal and written communication skills, and is highly organized.



ESSENTIAL DUTIES

· Attend and take minutes for project meetings as requested.

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Location:Fully remote
Payment:Paid
Category:Housing
Posted:Sep 14, 2021
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This Housing Policy Analyst will provide technical assistance, policy analysis, and research on issues that impact housing such as homelessness.

This position is accessible to recent master’s degree graduates, those with some relevant policy/housing experience, and recent undergrads. Salary DOE, but generally: $5,652 - $7,079. Will consider someone with less experience for $3,800 - $7,079.

Apply by Monday, 9/27/2021

Desirable Qualifications

-Knowledge of housing, land use, planning, policy and data analysis, and/or program development and administration
-Experience with stakeholder and/or public outreach
-Strong communication skills (written, verbal, and inter-personal)
-Strong analytical and organizational skills
-Ability…

Location:Currently remote - 1-day/week in the office (Sacramento County) in the future
Payment:Paid
Category:Housing
Posted:Sep 14, 2021
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The California Department of Housing and Community Development's Department of Federal Financial Assistance has numerous job openings at all levels of experience:

Branch Chief (Closes 9/17): https://www.calcareers.ca.gov/CalHrPublic/Jobs/JobPosting.aspx?JobControlId=267715
: This leadership role will spearhead a creative and challenging process to align four HCD funding programs (e.g. MHP, IIG, VHHP, Serna) so that these programs work seamlessly together, use a single application, and are complementary with TCAC and CDLAC award processes. Doing so will require excellent project management and an orientation to regulatory details. After revisioning the AB 434 program guidelines and creating a consolidated NOFA, this manager will…

Location:Sacramento, California (option for mostly remote work)
Payment:Paid
Category:Housing
Posted:Aug 17, 2021
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Link to job posting: https://www.calcareers.ca.gov/CalHrPublic/Jobs/JobPosting.aspx?JobControlId=264921

Under general direction, the Housing and Community Development Representative II is responsible for providing technical assistance, policy analysis, and research on issues that relate to fair housing, such as homelessness, land use and planning, public health, disaster preparedness and recovery, climate change, transportation, housing for special needs populations, and government planning and financing programs based upon personal assignment. Incumbents work in a team environment and may provide guidance and direction as lead or mentor to other staff members.

Application Deadline: 8/27/2021

Compensation:
HOUSING AND COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT REPRESENTATIVE II
$5,652.00 - $7,079.00

Location:Location: Hayward and Telecommuting
Payment:Paid
Start Date:Oct 4, 2021
Category:Housing
Contact:Laura Kitsch
Posted:Aug 5, 2021
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Job Title: Housing and Community Development Specialist III (#2966) " Provisional*
Organization: Alameda County Housing and Community Development Department (HCD) Location: Hayward and Telecommuting
Annual Salary: $92,839.50-$111,832.50, commensurate with qualifications and experience, as evaluated against the minimum qualifications below
Hours: 37.5 per week/75 per pay period
Appointment: Fulltime, Provisional

ABOUT ALAMEDA COUNTY HOUSING & COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT (HCD)
The Alameda County Housing and Community Development Department (HCD) plays a lead role in the development of housing and homeless programs to serve the county's low and moderate income households, homeless, and disabled populations. HCD maintains and expands housing opportunities for…


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Location:Sacramento, California
Payment:Paid
Category:Housing
Posted:Aug 2, 2021
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A senior specialist position working on a variety of land use topics including accountability with housing laws, ADUs, housing element reviews, preservation, technical assistance to local and regional governments, and other exciting projects that come to the unit. Ideal candidates understand local government entitlement and permitting processes and have experience working for or with housing developers and/or local government.

App Deadline: 8/14/2021
Salary Range: $6,496 - $8,131 per month

Job posting and application: https://www.calcareers.ca.gov/CalHrPublic/Jobs/JobPosting.aspx?JobControlId=257531

Location:Sacramento, California
Payment:Paid
Category:Housing
Posted:Aug 2, 2021
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Under general direction, the Housing and Community Development Specialist II, is responsible for conducting high level analysis and development of program and policy recommendations for consideration by executives, as well as leading specific projects that are departmental priorities. Project management and policy analysis will involve critical and sensitive issues that impact housing, which may include use of state and local public lands for affordable housing, homelessness, land use and planning, public health, disaster preparedness and recovery, climate change, transportation, and housing for special needs populations based upon personal assignment. Serve as a conduit between the Division and a wide variety…

Location:Sacramento, California
Payment:Paid
Category:Housing
Posted:Aug 2, 2021
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A specialist position working on a variety of land use topics including accountability with housing laws, ADUs, housing element reviews, preservation, technical assistance to local and regional governments, and other exciting projects that come to the unit. Ideal candidates understand local government entitlement and permitting processes and have experience working for or with housing developers and/or local government.

App Deadline: 8/14/2021

Salary Range: $5,913 - $7,402 per month

For more information, and to apply, visit https://www.calcareers.ca.gov/CalHrPublic/Jobs/JobPosting.aspx?JobControlId=259123

Location:Sacramento, California
Payment:Paid
Category:Housing
Posted:Aug 2, 2021
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A senior specialist position working on a variety of land use topics including accountability with housing laws, ADUs, housing element reviews, preservation, technical assistance to local and regional governments, and other exciting projects that come to the unit. Ideal candidates understand local government entitlement and permitting processes and have experience working for or with housing developers and/or local government.

App Deadline: 8/14/2021

Salary Range: $6,496 - $8,131 per month

For more information, and to apply, visit this link: https://www.calcareers.ca.gov/CalHrPublic/Jobs/JobPosting.aspx?JobControlId=257531

Location:San Francisco
Payment:Paid
Category:Housing
Posted:Jul 9, 2021
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Help shape SFHSA's policies and programs through analysis, project management, and strategic planning as an Aging & Disability Affordable Housing Needs Assessment Analyst (Senior Administrative Analyst 1823). In this role you will be researching, collaborating with City and community stakeholders, analyzing data and developing reports on community needs and affordable housing resources to support a coordinated affordable housing network for older people and adults with disabilities.

Essential duties include but are not limited to:

1. Develops a project plan for each report in consultation with key City partners to establish shared understanding of reporting requirements and specific…

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