Job Opportunities

DSC_0470Portland Community Reinvestment Initiatives, Inc. is a non-profit community development corporation with a mission “to preserve, expand and manage affordable housing in the City of Portland and provide access to and advocacy for services to our residents.” PCRI owns more than 800 units of housing, including scattered site, single family homes, small multi-plexes and community-based apartments with the greatest concentration in North and Northeast Portland. We’re growing and are looking for motivated individuals to join our team to serve PCRI residents.


 Current Job Openings

Administrative Assistant  (Front Desk)

The Administrative Assistant is responsible for the operation of the front desk area and plays a key role in the success of PCRI’s marketing and administrative functions.  This individual operates collaboratively with all departments, and is the first point of contact for visitors and clients and therefore must always exhibit a professional and welcoming demeanor.  Additional duties include distributing rental information, providing receipts for rent payments, directing phone calls and visitors, directing resident inquires to the appropriate staff person, and updating information in the Yardi Database.  This position also handles key office management tasks such as ordering supplies and maintaining office equipment. This position will cross-train with the Property Management Administrative Assistant, and will support that role as needed. Click here for more information.


Maintenance/Refurbishment Technician Position  

The Maintenance/Refurbishment Technician is responsible for the overall maintenance of rental properties and for refurbishment repairs on vacant properties that require significant repairs in order to make them move-in ready. Click here for more information.


Property Accountant 

The Property Accountant reports to Fiscal Manager and is responsible for updating and maintaining the General Ledger, maintaining fixed asset and work in progress accounts, regulatory reporting, account reconciliation, cash monitoring, maintenance the accounting system, assisting with budget and audit preparation. Click here for more information.


Fiscal Manager

Under the direction of the Executive Director, the Fiscal Manager plans, directs, coordinates and manages the non-profits’ financial and tax reporting, cash management, accounts receivable and payable, revenue collection, low-income and affordable housing development project accounting, low-income tax credit reporting, and grants management functions.  As a key member of the Executive Team, the Fiscal Manager partners with the Executive Director and Board of Directors to implement policies and strategies impacting the financial strength of the organization. The Fiscal Manager plans, organizes and manages the organization’s fiscal and accounting activities consistent with generally accepted accounting principles (GAAP) and standard business practices accurately and efficiently.  The Fiscal Manager develops and implements sound, financial management procedures, and supervises the organization’s staff of accounting and finance professionals.The Fiscal Manager is responsible for monitoring the financial performance and ongoing financial health and regulatory compliance of the organization and real estate portfolio.  The Fiscal Manager oversees and implements the organization’s fiscal policies and procedures. Click here for more information.