About the California Housing Partnership
The mission of the California Housing Partnership Corporation (the “Partnership”) is to assist nonprofit and government housing agencies to create and preserve affordable housing for low-income households while providing leadership in affordable housing policy. Since our founding in 1988, the Partnership has helped our partners across California leverage more than $18 billion in private and public financing to create and preserve more than 70,000 apartments.
The Partnership currently employs a team of 17 housing finance experts in four offices to provide comprehensive financial consulting, training and technical assistance services to our clients and partners. Typical client projects range from new construction of family apartments with childcare to acquisition and rehabilitation of SRO buildings for extremely low-income residents with special needs.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities
Housing Finance Analysts assist the Partnership’s Housing Finance Consultants and Senior Housing Finance Consultants (“Housing Finance Consultants”) to advise clients on financial strategies to structure and maximize equity and bond or loan proceeds raised, selection of equity investors and lenders, and negotiation of deal terms, preparation of financial projections and assistance in obtaining funding from an array of competitive programs including:
Housing Finance Analysts will be trained and supervised by Housing Finance Consultants and must be able to provide support to them as they in turn provide expert advice to nonprofit and local government housing agency clients and partners regarding the optimal use of all the financing programs and services described above.
Housing Finance Analysts must be able to provide, after an appropriate initial training period, assistance to Housing Finance Consultants in such tasks including, but not limited to:
Housing Finance Analysts, like other employees of the Partnership, must periodically assist with basic office administrative functions consistent with a small nonprofit organization.
Qualifications and Requirements
Equal Opportunity Employer: The California Housing Partnership is an equal opportunity employer where diversity is considered an asset. For more information about the Partnership, visit our website at www.chpc.net.
Compensation: Salary for this position is based on experience, and compensation includes a competitive package of benefits including health, dental, vision, chiropractic/acupuncture, transit subsidy, and 403(b) retirement plan.