Working at CPP

At CPP, we are committed to serving affordable housing needs, enriching lives and making a positive change for communities. “People First” is our motto, and it applies to every level of CPP, from our staff to our residents. We are committed to ensuring professional growth and learning opportunities for all of our employees.

The ideal candidate is someone who is familiar with real estate, preferably the affordable housing space. If you’re someone who thrives in a small entrepreneurial environment, finds passion in real estate, and enjoys making a positive impact, CPP is the right fit for you. To apply for any of the positions below, please send your resume to CPP President, Anand Kannan: akannan@cpp-housing.com

Project Manager (Reston, Va.)

Position Overview:

Community Preservation Partners, LLC, a rapidly growing private developer of diverse real estate projects, is seeking individuals to fill the position of Project Manager in Reston, Va.  Primary job responsibilities will be to coordinate, implement, and manage activities related to affordable housing development on the East Coast.

Candidates for this position should have a minimum of a bachelor’s degree and one years on the job experience requiring project organization, communication and reporting, research, analysis and interpretation of data. Experience with project management in real estate development and low-income tax credit housing is a plus but is not a requirement.

All candidates should be skilled with the MS Office suite and recognize that detail-oriented tasks are critical to a business’ long-term success. Read more

Project Manager

Position Overview:

Primary job responsibilities will be to coordinate, implement, and manage activities related to affordable housing development throughout the United States.

Candidates for the Project Manager position should have a minimum of a bachelor’s degree and five years on the job experience in real estate development with an emphasis in multi-family housing and/or affordable housing project management; or a Master’s degree in real estate, city and regional planning, business, finance, public policy, architecture or a related field and two years’ experience in affordable housing.  Experience with project management in low-income tax credit housing is a plus.

Candidates should be skilled with the MS Office suite, and recognize that detail oriented tasks are critical to a business’ long-term success.   The position may include additional Project Management responsibilities, as listed below.

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Construction Asset Manager

Position Overview:

The Construction Asset Manager (CAM) will be primarily responsible for planning and executing apartment capital projects and renovations throughout the United States working closely with Project Management and Asset Management.  Duties will include but not limited to evaluating physical asset conditions, assessment of rehabilitation scopes, develop and overseeing execution of capital expenditures, renovation plans, provide direction to 3rd party management companies, general contractors/vendors ensuring the success of the capital projects, assisting with the review of annual budgets and quarterly financials (related to expense  and capital plans), and additional ad hoc investment analysis and construction asset management  as needed.

The ideal candidate will have a broad knowledge of apartment construction and operations/maintenance standards, along with an understanding of HUD REAC and Physical Uniform Condition Standards.

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Asset Manager

Position Overview:

The Asset Manager (AM) oversees a portfolio of affordable housing properties, acting in the capacity of a relationship manager, decision maker and problem solver. The AM reports to the Director of Asset Management and works closely with other departments within the company.  He or she will conduct review and financial analysis; schedule and execute site visits and work closely with respective partners and property managers to ensure long-term viability of the asset.  The AM will work to enhance CPP’s relations with vendors, partners and investors.  The AM will also be responsible for asset management concerns from development through the sale or disposition of the asset, to ensure the delivery of appropriate tax credits, increase cash flow while also preserving the asset.

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