StanCOG is currently seeking two planning professionals to be a part of the StanCOG team!
These positions are exciting opportunities to be involved in regional transportation planning activities for the Stanislaus region!
StanCOG offers a competitive salary and excellent benefit package!
More information: http://www.stancog.org/employment/
California Policy Lab
The California Policy Lab’s UCLA team is seeking talented candidates for three new openings at our office: a Research Manager focused on labor and employment, a Research Associate focused on homelessness, and a Data Analyst focused on labor economics.
More information about the three positions (and links to the full descriptions) are included below and all of our current open positions are posted on our Careers page.
With a mission to improve the lives of a diverse population, CPL recognizes the value of having a diverse staff at all levels of the organization and we encourage applications from candidates of all backgrounds and identities, including from groups that are underrepresented in academia.
We are hiring a Research Manager, Research Associate, and Data Analyst
The California Demographic Research Unit
The California Demographic Research Unit is recruiting. The Unit serves as the State of California’s source of official demographic data for planning and budgeting, and is the designated statewide liaison with the U.S. Census Bureau. Positions are available at two experience levels:
Research Analyst, as the entry-level professional, will assist with all aspects of demographic data including collection, compilation, analysis, and interpretation of data, with an emphasis on either U.S. Census Bureau products or an emphasis on the production of population estimates and projections reports along with the research and development of technical demographic analyses as related to fiscal policy connected to demographic change in California.
The Research Data Specialist, as the advanced-level researcher, will be responsible for the compilation and analysis of data derived from the decennial census and other data sets. The position has additional responsibilities in the production of official State population projections and estimates. The incumbent has primary responsibility for the implementation of research methodologies and statistical techniques for demographic projects and programs within the Demographic Research Unit.
Job Announcements are available online at http://www.dof.ca.gov/About_Us/Careers/. The filing date is August 14, 2020. Questions about these openings should be directed to Walter Schwarm at firstname.lastname@example.org or Nancy Gemignani at email@example.com.
Novin Development has three posistions available. Please see the following for more details:
Transportation & Planning Program Coordinator
An exciting opportunity to join the Transportation & Planning Program at City Heights Community Development Corporation is now available. We are a 501(C)3 non-profit organization in San Diego with a mission to enhance the quality of life in City Heights by working with our community to create and sustain quality affordable housing, livable neighborhoods, and foster economic self-sufficiency.
Community Representative with Team Fletcher
This position serves as an integral part of a dynamic, team-focused organization. This position acts as a liaison between the Supervisor’s Office and constituents, county staff, community organizations, and local governments; forms effective relationships and maintains contact with community members monitors pertinent local issues; communicates with and responds to inquiries and articulates the Supervisor’s position on matters affecting the county. The Community Representative attends community events and meetings; conducts constituent services and casework; acts as a liaison to the African American community and other communities/organizations as assigned.
Essential Job Functions:
- Serves as the representative for the Supervisor by attending events and meetings on his behalf; which may include public speaking or certificate presentations;
- Attends events and meetings on behalf of and with the Supervisor. Briefs the Supervisor beforehand on important contacts and issues;
- Responds to constituents both verbally and through written communication as to the Supervisor’s position on legislation or issues;
- Keeps up to date on district issues by reviewing media sources and constituent input on a daily basis, as well as through regular contact with key community leaders and regularly attending community group meetings, events, etc.;
- Performs constituent services and casework as needed;
- Reviews community requests for letters of support and recommendations and advises Director of Community Engagement as needed;
- Maintains up to date files on county-related issues of importance to the office as well as weekly and monthly metrics of community communications;
- Works a flexible schedule, including nights and weekends; and
- Performs other duties as assigned.
Skills and Knowledge Required:
- Strong interpersonal skills;
- Reliability and strong attention to detail;
- Flexibility, initiative, good judgment, and discretion;
- Ability to communicate effectively to different audiences, including elected officials, various levels of County management and members of the public;
- Ability to work both independently and as part of a team in a fast-paced, high-pressure environment with tight time constraints;
- Energetic and motivated with interest in local activities and services and how they impact the community;
- Thoroughness and careful attention to detail;
- Experience using Microsoft and Google Office Suite;
- Strong familiarity with social media tools, including Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram;
- Proficiency of Microsoft applications; and
- Bilingual communication skills are highly desirable although not required.
- Equal to two (2) years of full-time, progressively responsible professional experience that demonstrates your ability at providing communications, outreach, public relations, marketing, and/or other relevant public service support.
- Equal to two (2) years of experience representing a governmental, business, or legislative policymaker in liaison activities involving a defined constituency or serving a community action organization in its liaison with governmental entities.
Salary and Benefits:
- Commensurate Upon Experience. Benefits include; Medical Insurance, Dental Insurance, Vision Insurance, Flexible Spending Account; Defined Benefit Pension Plan; Transit Pass Voucher; Vacation and Sick Leave.
Qualified Applicants should submit their cover letter and resume to Heidi.Martinez@sdcounty.ca.gov
Real Estate Asset Manager
Cabrillo Management Corporation (http://www.cabmh.com) specializes in acquiring and repositioning manufactured housing communities and RV communities in the western United States. Cabrillo has acquired approximately 1,250 +/- spaces in California, New Mexico and Arizona over the past 10 years. The company’s primary equity partner is one of the largest investment firms in the world. Cabrillo is growing and there is an immediate need for a driven employee to help manage the diverse assets in its portfolio.
Responsibilities of the qualified candidate will include:
- Work with onsite management and the regional manager to make sure properties are maintained in a first-class
- Complete property inspections as
- Ensure properties are in compliance with state laws (permit management).
- Interface with property managers and other third parties including lawyers, accountants, partners, architects and consultants as
- Provide updates on delinquency and evictions on a monthly basis to
- Assist acquisitions team with underwriting and due diligence of prospective
- Prepare monthly marketing reports showing homes for sale, homes sold and home sale
- Maintain internal data basis’ and property level
- Assist with tax filings and other property level
- Manage Board of Equalization reporting and
- Engage with third party auditors and consultants as
- Assist accounting team in preparation of monthly financial reports which are due on the 10th of each month. Typical duties include but are not limited to:
- Manage financials to establish budget and forecast. Provide monthly analysis and explanation of
- Review collections and deposit
- Assist in developing and maintaining detailed property budgets and forecasts on property expenses and capital
- Prepare an executive summary for each
- Monitor and evaluate monthly operating data to enhance cash flow and profitability at portfolio properties.
- Perform reconciliations as
- Understanding and ability to coordinate cash management, distributions and capital
- Manage payroll and coordinate HR issues when
- Review and approve all invoices for
- Create property level invoices and process for payment
- Prepare various monthly status
Perform all other duties, projects and office management tasks as required.
- Excellent computer, communication, organizational and customer service
- Strong financial and accounting
- Experience in a professional office setting, preferably in real estate or asset
- Detailed financial analysis skills including but not limited to:
- Proforma/Waterfall skills
- Above average Excel ability including data
- Demonstrated team
- Ability to multitask on a wide range of
Special Experience Desired: (Not Necessary)
- College degree
- Real estate finance and/or accounting experience preferred
- Interest in working in manufactured housing
- Interest in working in a small, entrepreneurial environment
- Experience in manufactured housing
- Excellent written and oral communication skills
- Experience with Rent Manager or Manage America
This position is ideal for someone who has a passion for real estate, is willing to work hard, and truly wants to learn about the business. There is enormous growth potential for someone willing to prove himself/herself. The position will be based out of Downtown San Diego, Ca.
The compensation package includes a base salary which will be based on experience level.
Intermunicipal Regional Energy Coordinator
June 1, 2020
The Two Rivers-Ottauquechee Regional Commission (TRORC) is seeking an energetic individual to serve as the Intermunicipal Regional Energy Coordinator (IREC) for a one-year contract position. This position is funded by seven communities in Vermont and has the potential to be extended. The IREC will be a TRORC contract position supervised by the TRORC Executive Director and tasked to work with seven towns jointly. Representatives from the seven towns have formed a Steering Committee that will set mutual and town-specific direction, tasks, and goals. The IREC will work exclusively with the towns of Thetford, Fairlee, Norwich, Strafford, Sharon, Barnard, and Woodstock to reduce overall energy use through conservation and efficiency measures, as well as to shift energy use from fossil fuels to renewable sources. These efforts will be primarily focused on, but not limited to, municipal or public buildings, vehicles and services. The position will produce quantifiable benefits to communities in terms of cost savings, energy reduction, and also in terms of carbon reductions. It is understood that many energy measures will have initial capital costs, but the goal is that annualized costs (direct financial and externalized carbon costs) will be reduced.
The Regional Commission’s Region is comprised of 30 towns in east-central Vermont with a combined population of 56,000. While most of the region is quite rural, we also have excellent recreational assets and a variety of cultural and educational opportunities. The Commission’s offices are beautifully located on a conserved farm on the outskirts of Woodstock, Vermont.
Starting salary is competitive, accompanied by an outstanding benefits package. Persons interested in applying should submit a cover letter, resume, writing sample, and three references to:
Peter G. Gregory, AICP, Executive Director
Two Rivers-Ottauquechee Regional Commission
128 King Farm Road
Woodstock, VT 05091
A full job description may be viewed here: IREC Full Job Description
Position open until filled. EOE.