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Program Director Relevant Educational Qualifications Job

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Job Description Summary

Enterprise works with partners nationwide to build opportunity. We create and advocate for affordable homes in thriving communities linked to jobs, good schools, health care and transportation. We support developers, finance, and affordable housing development, while shaping new strategies, solutions and policy.

In our Southern California region alone, Enterprise has invested over $1.3 billion to create and preserve more than 24,000 affordable homes. Our major initiatives here promote equitable and inclusive communities; strengthen the regional homeless delivery system and capacity of frontline organizations; and advance an enabling public policy agenda.

Job Description

Enterprise Southern California seeks a Program Director to manage an exciting pilot program focused on helping small residential rental owners and residents in Los Angeles experiencing financial impacts from COVID-19. Specifically, the LA Rental Property Owners Coalition (LARPOC) will provide stability to landlords whose tenants have not paid rent in 2020 and 2021. LARPOC provides rental arrears subsidies to owners of buildings with 20 total units or less with the goals to prevent eviction and foreclosure and connect small landlords to resources for long-term sustainability.

The Program Director will manage the day-to-day operations of this new program and oversee deployment of a $5M pilot fund. The full-time position is a 1-year term with opportunity to renew subject to grant funding availability. LARPOC is a partnership between Enterprise Community Partners and the Chan Zuckerberg Initiative (CZI).

Job Responsibilities

  • Manage day-to-day operations of LARPOC represent Enterprise and the LARPOC program in conjunction w/ the Senior Director which will include coordination and oversight of daily, weekly, monthly partner and internal and external (including city, state, and county government representatives) stakeholder meetings, including facilitation of agendas, reporting, and related program materials.
  • Serve as primary contact for the Community Partner to ensure landlord outreach and communications, processing of rental subsidy applications and payments, and work with Community Partner to connect landlords to community resources.
  • Manage the rental subsidy fund in coordination with Community Partner, the Enterprise Senior Director, and internal Enterprise operations departments, ensuring funds are accounted for and regularly disbursed to enable program to meet target goals. Work with Community Partner to review and approve rental arrears request package that fall outside the underwing guidelines.
  • Create and maintain reporting and underwriting schedules to ensure efficient operations. Ensure that program is assessed and evaluated at time milestones. Work with other pilot partners to assess and evaluate at time milestones.
  • Manage relationships with coalition of community resources to ensure that Community Partner and landlords are connecting to up-to-date programs including energy efficiency, building rehab and repair.
  • Oversee MOU and contracts with Community Partner and program partners managing for on-target performance, compliance, and reporting.
  • Support creation of needed program and communications materials including internal and external reports, PowerPoints, Blog posts, agendas, forms, MOUs, etc.
  • Work closely with Senior Director to ensure success of program.
  • Other duties as assigned.

Job Requirements

  • An undergraduate degree, with preference for a graduate degree.
  • A minimum of five (5) years of experience in affordable housing development, economic development and related community development programs. Experience with affordable housing finance underwriting and property management strongly preferred.
  • Experience with program design and management including a track record in fund, grant and budget management.
  • Demonstrated ability to anticipate needs and solve problems, prioritize conflicting demands, plan work effectively, maintain effective working relationships with diverse partners, community and resident stakeholders and clients, and meet deadlines with minimal supervision.
  • Excellent written and oral communication skills. The ability to communicate with a broad set of stakeholders. Ability to edit and proofread. Experience with mapping data including indicators and community assets.
  • Excellent computer skills including proficiency with, Word, PowerPoint and Excel.

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Enterprise Community Partners
Working at Enterprise means creating opportunity for low- and moderate income people through affordable housing in thriving communities. Enterprise offers career opportunities in our offices across the country with an exceptional benefits package. The Enterprise family of companies includes:
Enterprise Community Partners
Enterprise Community Investment
Enterprise Business Partners
Bellwether Enterprise
Enterprise Community Development (ECD)
Enterprise Residential