Affordable Housing Manager

Job Type

Full Time


Minimum: $79,152
Maximum: $106,080
Details: The city pays the full retirement contribution to PERS; provides employees with an opportunity to participate in a deferred compensation retirement plan; and offers excellent health, dental, vision and life insurance coverage.



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12725 Southwest Millikan Way
United States


Affordable housing has been identified as a high priority by the Beaverton City Council for the last two years. With increased activity and funding, the city's Development Division seeks an Affordable Housing Manager to help implement the City's affordable housing objectives as described in its Five Year Housing Action Plan and Comprehensive Plan.

The Affordable Housing Manager (Classification Title: Senior Development Project Manager) will administer the City of Beaverton's affordable housing program, building on several years of increased housing efforts within the city. Under the supervision of the Development Division Manager in the Community Development Department, this newly created position will develop, recommend, and carry out a housing implementation framework for the city's wide ranging affordable housing activities. The Affordable Housing Manager will manage housing staff, and depending on qualifications, may oversee Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) activities.


  • Develop and execute a housing implementation framework that details the infrastructure and processes needed to manage a multifaceted affordable housing program
  • Manage affordable housing staff
  • Communicate affordable housing policies, objectives, programs and best practices to a broad range of internal and external stakeholders
  • Develop housing production goals and metrics
  • Develop and implement housing programs related to affordable housing development, preservation and rehabilitation of low cost market rentals, and affordable home ownership
  • Work with the Development Division's real estate team to acquire property for redevelopment into affordable housing by private sector partners
  • Annually update the Housing Five Year Action Plan, develop the first Housing Annual Report, and prepare housing related community engagement and educational materials
  • Collaborate with interdivision and interdepartmental city teams such as the Downtown Team, Beaverton Urban Renewal Agency (BURA), and the Homelessness Taskforce to ensure holistic implementation of affordable housing and other city objectives
  • Coordinate activities of the city-wide Housing Implementation Team
  • Identify, analyze and recommend tenant protection and other affordable housing policies
  • Participate in regional partnerships, committees, advocacy groups, and organizations related to affordable housing
  • Develop and implement community engagement strategies regarding affordable housing issues
  • Potentially oversee CDBG program activities
  • Research, identify, and solicit local, regional, state, federal and private foundation funding for affordable housing
  • Participate with Development Division Manager and other senior team members to advance Development Division objectives
  • Support and respect diversity in the workplace
  • Other duties as assigned


The City of Beaverton offers an excellent benefits package. Please visit to view specific details about the city's benefit package.

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Minimum Qualifications:

  • Bachelor's degree
  • 6 years progressively responsible experience in the affordable housing field
  • 1 year lead or supervisory experience
  • OR Master's Degree with 4 years progressively responsible experience in the affordable housing field and 1 year lead or supervisory experience
  • Ability to pass reference check and background check

Candidates must have relevant experience in at least three of the following affordable housing areas:

  • Housing development
  • Program development
  • Program implementation
  • Asset or portfolio management
  • Project financial underwriting
  • Federal program implementation
  • Policy development
  • Advocacy or community engagement
  • Regional partnerships and solution building
  • Resource development

Professional Level


Minimum Education Required

4-year degree

How To Apply

Please submit your application, resume and cover letter at