Become a DFI Project Manager
If you are interested in becoming a Project Manager at DFI, please submit your resume and cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org and we will keep them on file. DFI Project Managers provide advanced project management, oversight, and financial and development technical assistance to real estate development projects that emerge from DFI’s work with local governments and other community-based organizations in North Carolina. This position oversees much of the project level work of DFI, including identifying partnership opportunities, managing complex project budgets, developing proposals, creating work plans, coordinating other DFI staff and graduate students, advising community partners, writing reports, making public presentations, and performing project-level quality control and supervision in real estate development projects undertaken by DFI. Project Managers also participate in courses taught by School of Government faculty, research and develop new work, and support the operations of DFI.