NCCLF works with governmental and nonprofit organizations to plan the real estate needs of their programs. Focal areas for our work include community arts facilities, multi-tenant centers, mixed-use development and facilities for organizations that serve low income communities in Northern California.
The Nonprofit Real Estate Consultant will work with San Francisco/Bay Area nonprofit organizations to plan and implement their real estate projects. Specifically the Real Estate Consultant will provide facility planning, assess organizational financial capacity, identify and evaluate potential sites, negotiate leases/purchase agreements, analyze financial feasibility, assist with selection process for development team members, assess property and asset management needs.
This position is primarily focused in SF and the Bay Area counties, but may also work in other parts of Northern California.
• Represent NCCLF at various community meetings, convenings, and conferences
• Market NCCLF’s services and products to CBO’s, municipalities, and other potential clients
• Identify potential clients and enter into contract with them for consulting services.
• Work with clients to determine the goals of their facility projects.
• Work with clients to determine conceptual feasibility of their facility projects.
• Work with clients to assess the Real Estate options appropriate to their programs and outline work needed.
• Prepare pro forma models of sources, uses and cash flows for real estate projects.
• Work with clients to assess their asset management options.
• Manage and maintain positive client relationships.• Collaborate with other NCCLF staff to determine the capacity of the client’s financial structure to support project costs and debt.
• Organize, plan and conduct Real Estate workshops
• Collaborate with strategic partners to integrate Real Estate training into comprehensive capacity building programs.
• Measure and track results of consulting engagements.
• Assist program staff with creation of marketing materials and marketing strategies for informational workshops.
Program Management & Administration
• Conduct on-going “best practices” research and document results for the benefit of Real Estate clients
• Work with staff to maintain NCCLF consultant referral network.
• Attend staff meetings and work with NCCLF staff to coordinate Real Estate program with other organizational programs.
• Prepare applications and reports to external funders (government agencies, foundations, etc) for third party contracts.
• 5+ years experience with development of community facilities, affordable housing or commercial real estate.• Ability to design and build financial analysis models for real estate.
• Masters Degree in a related field or equivalent experience.
• Valid California Drivers License for required driving.
• Ability to conduct site visits for potential facility projects throughout Northern
Desired Qualifications, Skills & Experience:
• Experience with nonprofit facility development and management• Experience with developing arts facilities and/or multi-tenant centers
• Experience with providing technical assistance, consulting and training, including curriculum development, webinars, group presentations and individual consultations
• Familiarity with commercial tenant improvement construction practices.
• Familiarity with commercial Real Estate brokerage practices.
• Familiarity with the nonprofit sector and municipalities in San Francisco and/or other bay area counties
Compensation and Benefits:
Starting salary is $80,000-$85,000 depending on experience, plus an excellent benefits package including health, dental, retirement plan and three weeks vacation.
Mail résumé and cover letter to:
Northern California Community Loan Fund
870 Market Street, Suite 677
San Francisco, California 94102
Fax to 415-392-8216
Email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please write “Real Estate Consultant” on subject line. Resumes without cover letters will not be considered.
Application Deadline: Open u