Project Assistant, Women’s Community Revitalization Project

Posted on April 2, 2004

[posted from PACDC Newsletter]

Project Assistant
Women’s Community Revitalization Project
[originally posted March 16, 2004]

The Women’s Community Revitalization Prject (WCRP) was founded in 1987 as a multi-racial community development organizaiton committed to the social and economic empowerment of low-income women. Under the supervision of the Real Estate Development Coordinator, this person will provide project and administrative support to WCRP’s Development Team as it relates to the development of community-based facilities and affordable housing. The Project Assistant will support WCRP’s efforts to provide technical assistance and training to partners and clients to develop community facilities prjects and assist WCRP in developing affordable housing. This newly created position is an entry level position with opportunities for prodessional advancement with increased years of service. This person will receive both classroom and on-the-job training in real estate development. During the first four weeks of employment, this person will work with the outgoing developer to train them about the position. For more information about WCRP, visit our website at <a href="http://www.wcrpphila.com">http://www.wcrpphila.com</a>.

Benefits: Healthcare coverage including dental and vision (for self and chidren), pension, four weeks vacation, 403(b) plan, flexible schedule, fun, supportive work environment.

$28,000-$32,000

For more information please contact: Dana Hanchin, Coordinator of Real Estate Development
407-11 Fairmount Avenue
Philadelphia, PA 19123
215-627-5550
dhanchin@wcrpphila.com

Visit their website: <a href="http://wcrpphila.com/">http://wcrpphila.com/</a>


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