The Management Analyst classification supports the production of the Agency's affordable housing through its Multifamily Lending Program, Mortgage Revenue Bond Program, and Inclusionary Housing Programs.
The Management Analyst makes decisions involving development financing and policy development, and performs technical and complex project-oriented research and financial analyses designed to increase the production and rehabilitation of affordable housing. The Management Analyst frequently meets with developers, and others to provide information or negotiate solutions to housing issues. Performance of this job requires a high level of knowledge of public and private housing finance sources (including tax-exempt bonds), subordinate debt (HOME), cash flow pro forma analysis, asset management, and real estate security instruments. In addition, the Management Analyst provides technical assistance to nonprofit and private developers in funding affordable housing and implements City and County inclusionary ordinances.
Education and Experience:
- Bachelor's Degree plus 4 years related experience. Related experience may be in the following areas:
- Public and private housing finance sources (including tax-exempt bonds),
- Subordinate debt (HOME)
- Cash flow pro forma analysis
- Asset management
- Real estate security instruments.
- Previous experience developing affordable housing policy and reports is preferred.
- Excellent writing and verbal skills required.
Management Analysts share responsibilities for implementing Agency-wide objectives and directives through programs and practices which reflect the Vision Statement and the SHRA in-house cultural objectives and are responsible for supporting a "one agency" perspective while acting as advocates for their work units. Management Analysts support the Executive Team as they:
Implement organization-wide goals and cross department projects and objectives
Offer input and feedback to long range, strategic and budget planning processes
Maintain both a department and an organization-wide perspective when considering information, issues and challenges
Model the Agency's service orientation with all public, elected or funding agency representatives
Conduct business through cross department participation and review, two way communication and accountability
Policy/Program/Project Management Development
Conduct research and analysis for policy decisions
Establish goals and objectives for unit
Develop new policies and Agency procedures
Define and develop new programs/projects
Research and evaluate program compliance issues
Write or oversee writing of grant applications
Research funding source requirements and seek funding
Present policy and program/project ideas and coordinate with management, staff and public
Secure governing board approval for policies and programs/projects
Develop strategies for program/project implementation
Develop solutions to complex policy issues, projects or programs
Develop affordable housing policy and reports
Assume responsibility for project delivery
Assure compliance with funding agencies
Monitor or lead special projects, as assigned
Coach and mentor staff in their project management
Develop and implement new or streamlined processes
Plan, conduct and/or attend meetings with staff, supervisors, directors residents-and community groups
Prepare and submit reports for HUD, management and regulatory agencies
Oversee preparation of and authorize contracts and agreements
Study and implement applicable regulations, policies and procedures
Provide feedback opportunities and open communication channels with other Agency departments
Prepare, monitor and adjust project/program budgets
Assist in determining eligibility and use of available funds
Oversee management of project expenses
Review financial applications and approve funding recommendations
Coordinate the preparation of year-end accomplishments report
Public Relations/Customer Service
Prepare notices and regular project updates for staff, community and clients
Write letters to clients, community, governing boards and management
Prepare and make public presentations
SHRA is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
As a condition of employment with SHRA, this employee will be required to complete a COVID-19 vaccination recommended by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (including for emergency use) and provide proof of vaccination to the Human Resources Department prior to employment.
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