CCOC and Cahdco is hiring a Project Manager to support the CCOC development department and Cahdco, CCOC’s related non-profit housing development corporation.
Under the supervision of the Director, Housing Development, and as a key member of the Development Team, the Project Manager will oversee the planning, implementation, and management of real estate development projects on behalf of Cahdco and CCOC. The Project Manager manages the feasibility, planning, financing and construction of real estate development projects. The incumbent will manage the project development of new affordable housing for both CCOC and its development corporation, Cahdco. The ideal candidate would be passionate about the development of affordable and sustainable housing to help low-income and moderate-income individuals, has exceptional organizational skills, and is able to juggle multiple projects while meeting deadlines.
CCOC is a community-based, tenant and member-directed, non-profit housing organization whose mission is to create, maintain and promote housing for low and moderate-income people. We value diversity, collaboration, inclusive and open decision-making, innovation, creativity, and sustainability.
Position type: Regular full-time
Compensation: Starting wage between $62,553 and $73,591 based on experience and qualifications. Maximum compensation for this position is $84,630.
- OMERS defined benefit pension plan.
- Employee and Family Assistance Plan (EFAP).
- Generous time-off from day one.
- Group Insurance and Supplementary Medical Plan (dental/eyewear) after three (3) months of employment.
Application deadline: November 9th 2023 at 4.00 PM
How to apply: Forward your resume and cover letter by email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Your cover letter should specifically address how you meet the education, experience, competencies and skills listed in this job description.
It is CCOC’s goal to be an inclusive organization and we are dedicated to building a workforce that reflects the diversity of the community in which we live and serve. We, therefore, actively seek to recruit candidates who are Indigenous, Black, Persons of Colour (IBPoC), persons from the LGBTQIA2+ community, persons with disabilities and women. Preference will be given to candidates with skills in additional languages, and candidates with personal or professional experience with marginalized communities.
While we appreciate all applications, only those selected for an interview will be contacted. If you require accommodation during the interview process, please advise us when initially contacted.