What We Do
Habitat for Humanity Greater San Francisco believes in the power of homeownership to create generational impact. To this end, we build homes for first-time homeowners and sustain homeownership by helping vulnerable homeowners retain their home as an asset for generations to come.
HGSF seeks a highly motivated, experienced Project Manager to join our Real Estate Development team as we work through our development pipeline of medium and high density greenfield and infill projects. The Project Manager is expected to be able to advance new construction projects through the acquisition, entitlement, pre-development, financing, and regulatory permitting phases, and to work closely with the Construction and Homeowner Development Departments as projects and homes are constructed and delivered.
Acquisition & Development (70%)
Public Financing & DRE (25%)
Reporting (5%) and Inter-Departmental Support (on-going)
This job operates in a professional office environment and on a construction job site. This role routinely uses standard office equipment such as computers, phones, photocopiers, and filing cabinets.
This is largely a sedentary role; however, some filing is required. This would require the ability to lift files, open filing cabinets and bend or stand as necessary. Must be able to travel to job sites and navigate rough terrain.
Compensation for this role is competitive, DOE. This full-time position offers health, dental and vision insurance, chiropractic/acupuncture, life insurance, long-term disability, employee assistance program (EAP), Flex Savings Account (FSA), 403b retirement account, commuter benefits, and 20 days paid time off, 3 sick days, and 12 paid holidays.
EEO: Habitat Greater San Francisco is an equal opportunity employer. Habitat Greater San Francisco strives to reflect the diverse community it serves. Applicants who contribute to this diversity are strongly encouraged to apply. Reasonable accommodation is available for qualified individuals with disabilities, upon request.
Habitat GSF receives federal funds through Self-Help Homeownership Opportunity Program (SHOP) and is required by federal law, to the greatest extent possible, to provide job training and employment opportunities to Section 3 residents. *Section 3 residents are defined as public housing residents or low-income persons who live in metropolitan area or non-metropolitan counties where HUD-assisted projects are located.