NPHS Inc. is an Equal Opportunity Employer committed to achieving a diverse and inclusive workforce by promoting equality and conducting its business according to the principles of social justice, respect and freedom of expression. NPHS’ non-discriminatory and equal opportunity policies apply to all prospective and current employees, as well as contractors and visitors, who may be vulnerable to discriminatory treatment due to certain physical characteristics, beliefs, preferences, orientations or any other traits that make unique and respected individuals.
Reporting to the Chief Executive Officer, the Chief Financial Officer will lead all financial, risk management, asset management and human resource aspects of the organization’s operations and its subsidiaries. The Chief Financial Officer directs financial planning and accounting practices, ensures fiscal integrity and manages and implements all Finance Department functions, including: annual budget development and analysis; financial forecasting, reporting and administration; accounts payable and receivable; management of public and private sector grants; payroll; tax and legal compliance; management of investments and other assets and all audit preparations. The Chief Financial Officer works real estate finance transactions, submits grant and tax-credit applications and assists in the management of relationships with investors and regulatory agencies.
The Construction Project Manager is responsible for managing all phases of housing development from financial feasibility, land use, regulatory planning and entitlements through construction. This position is responsible for overseeing the development of high-quality, affordable and sustainable homes. Projects include single-family and multifamily new construction, refinance and rehabilitation, and joint ventures with other developers and organizations from the public and private sector. The Construction Project Manager also provides leadership in environmental sustainability and develops and advances the corporation’s Green Building strategy.
This position is characterized by a high degree of initiative and creativity, responsibility, accountability and ability to work congenially with a wide variety of individuals, other community based organizations and governmental entities. The Construction Project Manager is expected to be self-motivated and possess excellent relationship and project management skills, and strong business acumen skills to lead a department to identify new development opportunities and successfully complete various types of housing construction projects.