Housing Development Manager (Administrative Manager II)

County of Orange
Until Filled

Under general direction of the Housing and Community Development Manager, the Affordable Housing Development Manager will be responsible for taking the lead on affordable housing development programs.  The incumbent will be responsible for reviewing funding opportunities for affordable housing and/or permanent supportive housing projects, as well as, frequently interacting with Board of Supervisor, County Executive Office, Executive Management and CEO Real Estate in regards to County housing development projects and developments.  Additional duties and responsibilities may include, but are not limited to the following:

  • Coordinating review of available funding options for afforadable housing development opportunities
  • Utilizing Housing Successor Agency, HOME, and MHSA Funding opportunities to create new housing development plans and projects
  • Working with developers and stakeholders to obtain knowledge about upcoming opportunities available to provide additional affordable housing to vulnerable residents within Orange County
  • Collaborating with cities/developers and external stakeholders to review funding opportunities
  • Administering and convening meetings with key stakeholders to ensure County of Orange is maintaining a regional-lead role in addressing affordable housing issues
  • Providing input into policies, funding initiatives, and regulations
  • Maintaining proper knowledge of various funding sources to stay abreast to changing conditions, laws and regulations
  • Acting as a policy knowledge expert, understanding affordable housing regulations and policies as they apply to permanent supportive housing and affordable housing and funding of each
  • Oversight of the Housing Development unit; including one (1) Administrative Manager I or Housing Development Administrator and one (1) Planner III.
  • Providing mentoring, coaching, and support, performance action plans, administrative support and leadership within their unit


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