Knowledge of Construction Industry.Leadership Abilities.Ability keep impeccable documentation.Ability to communicate effectively, both orally and in writing. Excellent public presentation/speaking skills.Modern office methods, procedures, filing standards.Microsoft Office (Outlook, Word, Excel), and database applications.Business English, grammar, spelling, and punctuation.Comfortable reading and understanding blueprints and drawings.Ability to budget, schedule, negotiate and control costs.Experience working or volunteering with the underserved and diverse populations.Knowledge or willingness to learn the Housing First and Whole Person Care and Housing First training models.Have knowledge of Fair Housing and HUD Guidelines, or the willingness to become familiar with guidelines.Read printed and handwritten documents as well as computer terminal displays throughout the day.Speech and hearing sufficient to receive and communicate detailed information by phone and in person with a professional office manner.Operate standard office equipment including keyboards, calculators, phones, etc.; with the ability to manipulate papers and supplies.Move throughout the work site(s), developments, and building; reach lift and bend to retrieve and/ or file materials and conduct routine inspections of the properties.Drive a motor vehicle to various sites, meetings, and or offices and businesses.Will require the possession of a valid California Drivers License and a satisfactory driving record, possession of or access to an insured vehicle, willingness and ability to travel. May be required to take other seminar and/or college level courses to continue to upgrade necessary job-related skills.Bachelors Degree or equivalent; -OR- Three (3) years work experience in the construction trade, or increasing responsible work experience in the capacity of management level abilities/duties. Knowledge of planning, economics, business, public administration or other related fields. Working with the underserved population is helpful and having knowledge of barriers the underserved population encounter in our community.