Posted on October 10, 2012
Director of Business Development and Administration
Postgraduate Center for Mental Health
Postgraduate Center for Mental Health - Director of Business Development and Administration
DRG has been retained by Postgraduate Center for Mental Health (PCMH) to recruit a Director of Business Development and Administration (Director). This is an exciting opportunity to be a part of PCMH’s senior management team and to make a significant impact on the growth and efficiency of the organization, with specific focus its infrastructure and supportive housing efforts.
Founded in 1945 by Dr. Lewis Wolberg to treat returning war veterans, PCMH is considered a pioneer in community-based mental health services. Today, PCMH distinctively focuses its efforts on supportive housing and case management, helping clients coordinate the services they need to stay healthy and housed. With the support of the Board, PCMH CEO Jacob Barak has spearheaded an aggressive real estate and housing development strategy, focusing on partnerships with for-profit investors and support from the federal tax credit affordable housing program. This strategic refocus has allowed the agency’s market value assets to grow exponentially (currently over $200 million), and today there are over 800 operational housing units under the PCMH umbrella, with hundreds of other apartments in various stages of development, across the Bronx, Manhattan and Brooklyn. PCMH also has a vibrant outpatient clinical services program which has grown to become one of the largest case mana
gement providers in New York City.
Due to the agency’s remarkable expansion, PCMH seeks to hire a Director of Business Development and Administration (Director) to work closely with the CEO and senior management team to oversee and advance PCMH’s permanent low income housing tax credit and supportive housing portfolio, ensuring effective performance of all related operations. He/ She will oversee transactions and property management, as well as participate in project development decisions and coordinate relationships between external agencies and partners. The agency seeks a seasoned professional who is highly motivated, energetic and dedicated to helping NYC’s vulnerable populace, and who has the experience and knowledge to facilitate the agency’s continued success. The incoming Director should be a sharp, hard working, self-starter who is entrepreneurial in nature who is also business and politically savvy, as interaction with community, and city/ government officials will be another core component of the Director role. Candidates must have a Master’s in Finance/ Business Administration or related field and at least seven years of increasing, responsible leadership experience in either the public, private or nonprofit sectors, as well as a deep understanding of the affordable housing system in NYC, and the operations, services and activities related to it.
An attractive and competitive compensation package, commensurate with level of experience is available. For additional information on PCMH please visit: www.pgcmh.org .
This position description is based upon materials presented by PCMH; PCMH is an equal opportunity employer.
FOR MORE INFORMATION, PLEASE CONTACT:
Susan Waterbury, Senior Consultant
Andrea Cure, Associate
130 East 40th Street, Suite 800
New York, New York 10016
Tel: (212) 983-1600 Fax: (212) 983-1687
Email: PCMH@drgnyc.com Website: www.drgnyc.com