The Washington State Housing Finance Commission is recruiting for a Director of Asset Management & Compliance Division to manage and direct the statewide strategic development and tactical implementation of the long-term preservation and compliance of affordable housing projects financed by the Commission. Please visit our website @ wshfc.org/admin/careers.htm for complete job announcement and application procedures.
MBA, MPA or BA in business, finance or real estate with demonstrated commitment to continuing education.
Senior-level leadership experience, including managing other managers and knowledge of contemporary management theory with strong communication skills.
Knowledge of activities involved in the development of commercial real estate, including property management with industry certification, real estate finance, appraisal, foreclosure and transfer requirements; marketing and strategic planning.
Knowledge of federal, state and local housing programs, legal principles related to partnerships, securities and corporations with technical understanding of IRS Section 42, tax-exempt bond financing, Housing Quality Standards, Fair Housing Standards and ADA.
Ability to work independently, exercise good judgment and create and promote a positive work environment to support the mission, goals and values of the Commission.
About Washington State Housing Finance Commission
The WSHFC is a market-driven and self-supporting state commission created to provide below-market rate financing for building, purchase and preservation of affordable housing, and non-profit capital facilities, and community services. To achieve its goals, the Commission functions as a financing conduit for developers, lenders, first-time home buyers, real estate professionals, beginning farmers and ranchers, and non-profit organizations to provide affordable financing for homes, rental housing, and cultural and social services facilities. Commission financing does not utilize or impact the state’s credit.
We believe that creating a diverse, inclusive, and equitable environment is important and vital to the success of the Commission. We believe in working together to create an environment free from harassment and discrimination and moving beyond simple tolerance to embracing and celebrating the rich dimensions of diversity contained within each individual.