The Project Manager will work closely with the Executive Director, property management and finance staff, consultants and others to complete new projects, to develop a project pipeline, and ensure the stability of our existing portfolio. Responsibilities will include:


  • Analyze project financial feasibility and evaluate ongoing project financial performance;
  • Identify development opportunities, including responding to Requests for Proposals;
  • Prepare applications and secure commitment for pre-development resources, construction financing, permanent debt, equity investments, and subsidies;
  • Represent Twin Pines Housing with municipal officials, nonprofit partners, funders and other decision makers;
  • Manage and coordinate design, development and finance-related work during project pre-development and construction;
  • Develop project budgets;
  • Coordinate permitting, zoning and approval processes;
  • Develop and monitor project schedules;
  • Review legal documents, including partnership and consultant agreements, to ensure that key business terms are captured;
  • Manage projects through completion, including quality control, budget monitoring, requisitions, and financing closings;
  • Oversee design and construction;
  • Manage and advise part and/or full-time staff as requested; and
  • Perform other duties as needed and as assigned.


Our Ideal Candidate

Our ideal candidate is committed to our mission, hard-working, and experienced in affordable housing development. They will possess many of the following skills and qualifications:


  • Bachelor’s Degree in Real Estate, Business, Urban Planning, Construction Management, or a related field required;
  • Graduate degree in Business, Law or Urban Planning preferred;
  • At least 3-5 years of experience working in multi-family affordable housing development, or in a closely related field;
  • Real estate transactional experience and understanding of affordable housing finance programs and applications, preferably in New Hampshire and/or Vermont;
  • Experience with the low-income housing tax credit program, federal and state affordable housing programs including USDA Rural Development programs;
  • Strong financial and analytical skills, including experience with financial modeling;
  • Excellent interpersonal, oral and written communication skills;
  • Proven ability to organize people, files, tasks and other elements of complex projects;
  • Familiarity with nonprofits and with municipal government, and skill navigating complex organizations and multiple relationships;
  • Ability to assemble, correlate and analyze facts, to creatively conceptualize and implement customized solutions to problems, and to prepare concise summaries;
  • Expertise in Microsoft Office applications, particularly Excel.


Application Instruction

Please submit one pdf document containing a cover letter, detailing your qualifications for this position and your salary requirements, along with a resume to:


Twin Pines Housing is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Job Details

  • Position Type: Development
  • Location: Windsor County
  • Employment Type/ Status: Full Time