Under the general direction of the Fiscal Compliance Section Chief (SSM II), the working level supervisor oversees and directs the day-to-day activities of technical staff that administer the fiscal compliance activities for one or more of the Division’s housing and community development financial assistance programs, including the Multifamily Housing Program (MHP) Program, newer loan programs and some of the Department’s older “Legacy” Loan Programs. Up to 15% overnight travel throughout the state may be required.
- Experience in asset or property management including review of project financial statements, budgets, audits, schedules of rental income, capital improvement planning, and supportive housing services and occupancy requirements.
- Experience in real estate, rental loan underwriting, pro forma analysis, real estate legal transactions/legal documents including the foreclosure process, and the escrow process.
- Experience in asset management and compliance monitoring, especially in affordable housing.
- Strong Management or Leadership experience or skills.
- Ability & experience in writing, interpreting and/or implementing policies, procedures, and government codes & regulations.
- Ability to work cooperatively with other entities, especially governmental agencies.
- Excellent analytical, communication, organizational and workload management skills.
- Experience with developing policies and procedures and training individuals, small and large groups.
- Knowledge or experience of real estate development and finance, especially of affordable housing.
- Experience in presenting to groups in person and/or via webinars.
- Strong ability to research problems and communicating with a wide array of stakeholders.
- Familiarity with principles of nonprofit finance and administration.
- Experience with personal computers including Microsoft Office (Outlook, Word, and Excel) and databases.
- Experience and/or knowledge of tax credit financing for affordable housing development.
- Experience and/or knowledge in analysis of proposed legislation.
- Experience and/or knowledge of supportive housing services.
- Supervise and provide technical direction to a unit of staff engaged in reviewing and/or approving fiscal activities for housing and community development programs, including but not limited to annual budgets, financial and compliance reports, management of reserve accounts, and audits for rental projects; periodic regulatory compliance monitoring and required followup; modifications to projects including real estate financing and loan-related documents. Approvals made by the SSM I Manager are logged into the database
- Assign and track work, evaluate staff performance, coach to improve performance, and ensure quality control, including providing training to new and existing staff and technical assistance to stakeholders.
- Assist staff and senior managers in responding to difficult or sensitive questions relating to statute, regulations and policy posed by affordable housing project owners, managers and tenants; legislators, State and federal agencies, contractors, local officials, and other interested parties.
- Coordinate with other functional units within the Division to ensure efficient and timely transfer of information and responsibilities. Oversee staff interaction with other functional units within the Division and the Department.
- Participate in process improvement and policy development efforts, both within the incumbent’s assigned functional area and in the Division more generally; and completing special projects assigned by the Section Chief.
- Maintain responsibility for basic administrative functions, personnel matters, hiring, travel policies and procedures, and other Department administrative functions as necessary. Complete special projects assigned by the Section Chief, Branch Chief and Deputy Director.
- Performs other job-related duties as assigned including mandatory training, and Special Projects assigned by the AMC Section Chief.