Project Administrator

BRIDGE Housing Corporation - Seattle, WA (30+ days ago)4.0

BRIDGE Housing Corporation, founded and headquartered in San Francisco, CA, is the largest nonprofit developer of affordable housing on the West Coast. BRIDGE pursues an ambitious goal of “quality, quantity and affordability” while meeting the growing demand for affordable housing in high-cost communities. In 2013, BRIDGE housing expanded its geographic footprint into the Pacific Northwest by opening an office in with a single staff-member in Portland, Oregon. Today, the PNW team has grown to five development staff and in 2016 opened an office in Seattle, WA. We are a small and thoughtful team charged with building the BRIDGE portfolio and brand throughout the region.

Join our team during this unique period of expansion! We are looking for a Project Administrator to support our ambitious growth. One of BRIDGE’s greatest assets is our team of professionals; they are energetic, motivated and they know how to deliver results. You will have the opportunity to work on some of the most innovative and exciting projects in the affordable housing industry, including large-scale, mixed-income, mixed-use, and transit-oriented developments. Successful Project Administrators are able to work both collaboratively and independently, and thrive in a fast-paced environment.

Work collaboratively with Project Managers on a wide variety of development and operations-related duties through the project lifecycle
Assist with financial, legal, and construction related activities associated with the real estate development process: real estate transactions, loan closings, funding applications, entitlements, construction document coordination, and other activities
Conduct feasibility analyses and real estate information research
Assist in completing applications in response to Requests for Proposals/Qualifications
Assist in contract preparation, invoice processing, and change order requests
Facilitate communication and workflow among team members throughout the company
Coordinate logistics for meetings and events
Develop and maintain efficient and organized filing systems
Perform other duties to further BRIDGE’s mission

Minimum of two years of experience in affordable housing, community development, urban planning, real estate finance, or real estate development
Self-motivated and able to work independently
Strong organizational and project-management skills
Experience with compiling information and presenting it in written and verbal formats
Strong computer skills, including Microsoft Office and Adobe Creative Suite
Willing to work in a team environment with team members in remote locations
Comfortable with the unpredictable
Start-up spirit; willing to take on administrative tasks to keep our team moving forward
Bachelor's degree
Valid WA driver’s license and willing to travel throughout the Pacific Northwest
Experience with local, state and federal housing finance programs preferred
Experience preparing graphic materials preferred
BRIDGE Housing is an Equal Opportunity Employer.