Salary  – $39.27 – $49.99 Hourly
About the position:  The Senior Housing Construction Coordinator (SHCC) is part of PHB’s Housing Development and Construction Services (HDCS) team which implements the City’s affordable, multifamily housing strategy and the deployment of its resources by providing support to developers through public-private partnerships. The SHCC works with a team of peers and a Capital Projects Manager to evaluate the construction feasibility of projects proposed through PHB funding solicitations and planned development goals; advise and monitor projects for timely and cost-effective delivery of housing units; and coordinate with other departments and/or Bureaus on initiatives and policies affecting affordable housing development and construction.

SHCCs productively collaborate with other PHB teams including Housing Investment and Portfolio Preservation, Policy, Risk Analysis and Compliance, and Finance and Accounting. The SHCC team is the PHB liaison to the Bureau of Development Services and works closely with other bureaus (such as PBOT and BES) and project partners (such as utilities and DEQ) assisting to keep projects on budget and on schedule. As such, the SHCC is expected to have technical expertise in real estate development and construction and be able to communicate clearly and professionally with others.As a Housing Senior Construction Coordinator, you will:

  • Flag and problem solve issues related to permitting, building costs, funding compliance or requirements, building constructability, site suitability planning and zoning, and development /construction team qualifications
  • Conduct Environmental Reviews and other site assessments to meet PHB funding source requirements
  • Monitor/process pre-development and construction draws and closing out projects
  • Participate on committees and initiatives including policy and outreach
  • Monitor and report on outcomes for PHB’s development policies and funding source requirements, as requested.
  • Contribute to PHB’s Guiding Principles of Equity and Social Justice
Although not required, you may have one or both of these desirable skills:
  • 5+ year experience as a project architect and/or
  • Leading/managing activities related to complex multifamily real estate planning/architecture, development and/or construction.

As a person, you are: 

  • Collaborative: An outgoing professional who values partnership and develops and supports relationships to get things done;
  • Solutions Oriented: Uses strong communication skills to work with a variety of internal and external stakeholders to create, implement, and document solutions;
  • Value Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (DEI): Use DEI concepts to guide and inform your work;
  • An Equitable Team Member:  Experience promoting and maintaining an inclusive, respectful and culturally responsive workplace;
  • Emotionally Intelligent: Motivated, passionate, team-oriented, and empathetic.

This classification is represented by the District Council of Trade Unions (DCTU).  To view this labor agreement, please go to and click on the appropriate link. Applicants start at the entry salary rate. If you are a DCTU represented employee, see labor agreement for additional information or talk to your union representative.