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Construction Project Manager

Who We Are

FOR 80 YEARS, the Housing Authority of the County of San Joaquin (HACSJ) has provided and advocated for safe, affordable and attractive living environments for low income working families, elderly, and disabled residents of San Joaquin County. We are governed by a seven-member Board of Commissioners and have a dynamic workforce of 92 employees. This diverse and dedicated team blends innovation with decades of experience resulting in successful programs that continue to build a brighter future.

With a $62+ million operating budget resulting in significant economic benefit to our local economy, we create and sustain vibrant communities, build superior affordable housing, and support the success of over 19,000 residents throughout San Joaquin County.

We own and manage:

  • 986 public housing units
  • 297 Low Income Housing Tax Credit Units
  • 28 affordable units
  • 31 year-round farm worker units
  • 285 seasonal agricultural migrant housing units
  • Allocation of 5495 housing choice vouchers, including:
    • 259 HUD-VASH
    • 232 EHV
    • 74 FUP
    • 133 Mainstream

HACSJ has taken a transformative step from a custodian of aging HUD properties to an affordable developer providing a net increase of new energy-efficient units within the County of San Joaquin. With the help of local partners, HACSJ will continue to invest in the repositioning of antiquated housing stock as well as new site acquisition. Beyond housing, HACSJ is committed to the implementation of community after-school programs, college scholarships, housing for people with mental health challenges, educational partnerships with non-profit organizations, law enforcement, and of vital importance, homeless service providers. HACSJ and its nonprofit subsidiary also have multiple projects in predevelopment in excess of 500 units of additional affordable housing.

Our team members are motivated and empowered to make a positive difference and bring opportunities to those in our community who need help the most. We continuously strive to cultivate a working environment that inspires new ideas, promotes ownership and experimentation, and supports highly motivated individuals to be truly creative.

At HACSJ, we acknowledge and value our differences. We strive for all employees, regardless of background, to feel respected personally and professionally, and we are always looking to onboard talented individuals with varied perspectives and lived experiences.
In collaboration with our partners, we serve our residents with employment and educational opportunities, referrals, utility assistance and recreational opportunities for our youth. As steadfast stewards of the communities within San Joaquin County, we advocate every day on behalf of our residents to create opportunities for improved health, education, and life.

Ideal Candidate

Are you an inquisitive, organized professional who enjoys a fast-paced environment and gets satisfaction from collaborating with others? We are looking for members of our team with a natural curiosity and motivation to look for solutions and create opportunities for innovation.

Salary$75,000–110,000
Applynglossa@hacsj.org

Position Summary

The Construction Project Manager is part of the Development team, working on projects to support the development of affordable housing communities. The Construction Project Manager is supervised by the Deputy Director and will perform a variety of complex tasks involving administrative, analytical, and project management functions in a dynamic professional environment. The Construction Project Manager must use considerable judgment and initiative to determine and effectuate the approach or action to take in non-routine situations. Responsibilities included representing Housing Authority County of San Joaquin (HACSJ) and Delta Community Developers Corp. (DCDC) the non-profit subsidiary of HACSJ and the development arm to vendors and external partners, negotiating and preparing internal and external documents, and assisting in the managing real estate development projects in a manner that supports the growth and consistent quality of the work and the affordable housing industry.

Essential Duties and Job Functions

Provides staff assistance in the various phases of all Planning and Community Development program components including housing development and funding.

  • Read plans for errors, completeness, and consistency
  • Assist in communicating with Architects, Engineers, and Contractors
  • Assist as a liaison to local agencies
  • Assist in cost estimating
  • Visit jobsites to track progress and relay information
  • Act as project liaison with stakeholders regarding project details and deliverables
  • Assist in planning and implementation of construction projects
  • Help coordinate project tasks and producing Project Scopes
  • Procurement tracking
  • Analysis project data
  • Set up meetings, draft invoices, and complete draw estimates
  • Agenda building and provide meeting minutes
  • Attend various project meetings
  • Tract and report on project progress
  • Local Agency Liaison
  • Project Scheduling and Maintenance
  • Procore Contractor Communication Tool

Required Knowledge and Abilities

  • Ability to effectively engage and present to information on project status to stakeholders
  • Ability to read, interpret, and identify areas of corporate risk in documents such as building and zoning codes, operating, and maintenance instructions and procedure manuals
  • Ability to write reports and correspondence
  • Critical thinker with the ability to solve practical problems, tackle new projects and deal with a variety of concrete variables in situations where only limited information exists
  • Demonstrated ability to communicate professionally and effectively via phone and in writing with site staff and internal partners, and external vendors
  • Ability to work in fast-moving, flexible environment and maintain priorities and project management skills, willingness to adapt to changing needs of the Development Department as new projects, tasks, and initiatives arise
  • Ability to work both within a team and independently
  • Ability to multi-task under pressure to meet competing deadlines, gather and analyze information, and solve problems skillfully and timely in a fast-paced work environment

Behavioral Competencies

Client Services – Provides timely, courteous, and quality service to an individual whether internal or external by anticipating individual needs, following through on commitments, and ensuring that our clients have been heard.

Initiative – Proactively seeks solutions to resolve unexpected challenges. Actively assists others without formal/informal direction. Possesses the capacity to learn and actively seeks developmental feedback. Applies feedback for continued growth by mastering concepts needed to perform work.

Professional Behavior – Exhibits positive, polite, courteous, honest, and conscientious behavior with all internal/external clients. Accepts responsibility for actions and adjusts behavior as appropriate.

Communication – Employee is clear, concise, and organized in all facets of communication to fully transfer understanding. Actively listens and ability to adapt messaging. Strives to communicate information with appropriate personnel in a timely manner.

Teamwork – Actively and collaboratively participates, despite personal differences, towards a common goal. Employee is open to new ideas and/or approaches. Employee is aware of changes that impact internal and external customers and effectively communicates the impact when working as a team.

Integrity – Employee is honest with oneself, coworkers, and clients. Stands up for what is right even in the face of opposition.

Safety Awareness – Employee is cognizant of his/her surroundings. Follows proper safety procedures and considers the safety of self and others. Identifies, communicates, and assists in the correction of any safety concerns where appropriate.

Reliability & Judgment – Employee demonstrates sound reasoning and critical thinking by making decisions in line with established Agency expectations. Performs work in a reliable manner that is both accurate and timely.

Minimum Education, Training and/or Experience

  • Graduation from an accredited college or university with a degree in Construction management, engineering, or similar subject matter
  • Considerable knowledge of construction principles, methods, procedures, and materials.
  • Considerable knowledge of applicable codes, laws, ordinances, and regulations related to housing.
  • Knowledge of specification writing, bidding procedures, costs of labor and materials for construction.
  • Proficient in Microsoft Office, including Excel, Word, PowerPoint, and Project
  • Experience with AutoCAD or a CAD like program

Additional Requirements

  • Must have valid CA Driver License, with a driving record acceptable to the Authority requirements

About San Joaquin County

A land of beauty, recreation and natural riches-from the waters of the Delta to the vines of the wine, San Joaquin County has it all. San Joaquin County boasts eight cities and some of the finest opportunities in the state for boating, fishing, camping, history-gathering, or just plain fun in the sun. Each city, as well as the unincorporated county areas, offers a unique opportunity to enjoy natural California beauty and nature, or music, arts and culture. Whatever your interest, it can most likely be found in San Joaquin County.

Arts, Culture, and Recreation

The arts and culture provide a much-needed respite from everyday worries and the Haggin Museum, San Joaquin County Historical Museum, and Stockton Children’s Museum are popular spots.

The Stockton Symphony, San Joaquin County Ballet, and Stockton Civic Theater provide important experiences for children and adults. The multi-cultural community offers a diversity of views and opinions in its art and culture, providing a wealth of knowledge about past and present on canvas and stage.
Over 75 languages are spoken within the region and there is richness in the blending of cultures and ways that creates an air of celebration about individual customs, foods and cultures.

San Joaquin County government provides nine community parks for boating, camping, and picnicking, swimming and organized sports. Annual family events include the Asparagus Festival, attended by thousands of fun-seekers from the County and beyond.

Individual cities and communities provide a host of other opportunities, from Lodi Lake Park and Nature Area to the Woodbridge Ecological Reserve. The County-owned and operated Micke Grove Park offers a zoo, rides and a historical museum to delight both children and adults. The San Joaquin Delta is one of the area’s best kept secrets and offers some of the best boating in the state: more than 1,000 miles of waterways stretching from the Stockton Harbor to north of Sacramento and offering access to the San Francisco Bay.

Education

From preschool to higher education, the County has it covered with an abundant array of public or private opportunities to learn and grow. The University of the Pacific, California State University, Stanislaus-Stockton Center, Humphreys College and Law School, National University, and the San Joaquin Delta Community College offer a wide variety of choices for educational opportunities. The County’s 17 school districts provide families with a wide choice for children’s educational development.

Agriculture

The county is one of the most agriculturally rich regions in California. Grapes are the leading commodity, with 98,000 bearing acres, much of that in wine grapes. Over 85 wineries within the Lodi Appellation offer opportunities for tasting and special events.

Almonds, walnuts, tomatoes and cherries round out the top crops, with an abundance of other produce. Weekly farmers markets throughout the county offer a cornucopia of fresh fruit and vegetables. Fruit stands and pick-your-own produce farms dot the countryside.

Housing

Housing is plentiful in San Joaquin County and is affordable when compared to other nearby areas.

Housing ranges from new developments to historic homes found mostly in central Stockton and downtown Lodi. San Joaquin County is a place where families can grow, learn, and experience the nature and beauty of the California landscape while benefiting from the unique opportunities – cultural, recreational, and educational – that the area provides.

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