Senior Construction Manager – Long Beach, CA

Job Category: Senior Construction Manager
Job Type: Full Time
Job Location: California Long Beach

The Mission of RHF (Retirement Housing Foundation), a national non-profit organization, is to provide affordable housing and service coordination for persons with limited incomes in an inclusive environment that enhances their quality of life physically, mentally, and spiritually. Please visit our website at for additional company information. RHF is an equal-opportunity employer.

We currently have an open position for a Senior Construction Manager at our Retirement Housing Foundation located in Long Beach, CA.


    • There is an opening for a Senior Construction Manager at Retirement Housing Foundation (RHF) – Corporate Office in Long Beach, CA.
    • The Sr. Construction Manager will interface with city/state/federal governmental or quasi-governmental entities (e.g. city councils, county supervisors, HUD, state housing authorities, community redevelopment agencies, state finance authorities, FNMA), real estate development consultants/brokers, selected affiliates and other non-profit organizations with similar missions and/or referral opportunities. This is a high profile role that will be a critical person within the department and organization.
    • Founded in 1961 in Long Beach, CA, Retirement Housing Foundation (RHF) is a faith based non-profit with the mission of providing affordable housing to low income seniors and families. We are one of the largest non-profit affordable developers in the country with a portfolio nearing 200 communities in 29 states as well as D.C., Puerto Rico and US Virgin Islands. More than 15,000 persons call a RHF community home. Position offers a competitive salary, generous benefits and PTO. You will be working with a top-notch non-profit organization with seasoned experts in a family-like office setting with peers who are passionate and dedicated to our mission.

Construction, Reporting & Admin Duties

(1) Overall responsibility for new construction and renovation projects with budgets typically ranging between $1 million and $40 million. Projects include new ground-up construction, renovations of existing RHF portfolio properties and acquisitions to the RHF portfolio needing construction monitoring or due diligence

(2) Manages multiple construction projects from initial consideration and GC coordination through completion of construction, in accordance with the provisions of the policies adopted by RHF through its Board, Development Committee, or Senior Management

(3) Prepares and oversees initial construction budgets and schedules

(4) Evaluates and recommends for approval major consultants related to the projects including architects, engineers, general contractors, etc.

(5) Prepares, distributes and reviews all project RFP/Q’s and responds to RFI’s. works closely with architects, engineers and GC’s and attends/heads weekly OAC meetings with construction team

(6) Prepare, review and abstract scopes of work for an array of different applications including mechanical, electrical, architectural and civil work

(7) Ensures proper documentation control and maintenance of construction supporting files, plans and drawings, including contracts with third-parties.

(8) Follows up on final construction cost results, construction punch lists and other post-completion matters.

(9) Manage the smooth transition of Projects from construction into operating status.

(10) Coordinates warranty work with Operations on completed projects

(11) Assists Operations on major construction items and needs at the RHF portfolio level

(12) Ensures construction of buildings is to plan, code, regulatory and operational requirements


The qualified candidate for this position will possess, at a minimum, an undergraduate degree with an emphasis in accounting, construction administration, urban planning, real estate, business administration (accounting/finance/governmental) or equivalent. However, pertinent work experience will be considered in lieu of above.

This position requires at least 10 years of qualifying experience in progressively responsible positions, with a minimum of at least 7 years of design-to-construction management. Direct experience is required.

Position offers a competitive salary, generous benefits and PTO. You will be working with a top-notch non-profit organization with seasoned experts in a family-like office setting with peers who are passionate and dedicated to our mission

This is a Full-Time position.

If you are interested and qualified, please email resume to Bob Fard, VP of Acquisitions and Development at, phone#:5622575400  or fax to 5624308723.

You will be required to provide your COVID vaccination card or you may request a vaccine exemption form for medical or religious reasons. The vaccine exemption form MUST be approved prior to concluding the pre-employment requirements.

If a job offer is made, your employment will start after a successful completion of a drug test, references, and background checks as deemed necessary. The drug test must be completed within three (3) business days of the job offer. If the above pre-employment requirements are not successfully met, the job offer will be withdrawn.