Careers

WHO WE ARE

MuniCap, Inc. is a leading public finance consulting firm established in 1997 that specializes in developing and implementing creative approaches to funding public infrastructure, facilities, and services for economic development and urban redevelopment projects, usually involving public and private partnerships.

WHAT WE DO

MuniCap’s primary role is to assist developers and public agencies in developing, implementing and managing public financing plans to create successful public-private partnership development projects. MuniCap’s role is to facilitate tax increment and special tax bond financing through bond issuance—our “consulting services”—as well as to complete the corresponding compliance after bond issuance—our “administrative services.”

Consulting Services
Policy and Finance Program Development
Project Feasibility and Pro-Forma Analysis
Fiscal and Economic Impact Analysis
Capital Markets/Financing

Administrative Services
Project Monitoring
Annual Budget Preparation
Financial Reporting to Bond Holders
IRS Compliance

CURRENT POSITIONS
Public Finance Consultant
Maryland Office (Washington DC – Baltimore Area)

We are currently seeking candidates with experience in finance and analytics to join our team. In this role, you will interact closely with local government agencies and real estate developers as well as perform a significant amount of research. Our ideal candidate will be able to apply logic and use analytics to various projects currently in process and on the horizon. They will help solve problems and generate ideas, scrutinize issues in calculating methods, completes tasks with little to no direction, and take a proactive and results oriented approach in the areas of public finance and real estate revenue research and analysis. Public Finance Consultant responsibilities include:

  • Oversight of multiple large scale, catalytic real estate projects and associated clients
  • Preparation of economic and fiscal impact analyses and related research
  • Preparation of financial projections related to project feasibility
  • Valuation of real estate applying the three standard approaches to value
  • Preparation of summaries, reports, and PowerPoints related to financial analyses
  • Evaluation of private sector pro formas
  • Review of public sector policies
  • Analysis of bond and debt financing structures
  • Review and interpretation of bond and legal documents
  • Review and understanding of market studies, appraisals, and engineer reports

CLICK HERE to view all details and requirements.
Please email resumes and letters of introduction (cover letter) to: [email protected]

Public Finance – Bond Administrator
Maryland Office (Washington DC – Baltimore Area)

We are currently seeking candidates with experience in finance and analytics to join our team. In this role, you will interact closely with local government agencies and real estate developers as well as perform a significant amount of research. Our ideal candidate will be able to apply logic and use analytics to various projects currently in process and on the horizon. They will help solve problems and generate ideas, scrutinize issues in calculating methods, completes tasks with little to no direction, and take a proactive and results oriented approach in the areas of public finance and real estate revenue research and analysis. Public Finance – Bond Administrator responsibilities include:

  • Oversight of multiple large scale, catalytic real estate projects and associated clients
  • Preparation of compliance reports on real estate development projects
  • Preparation of annual financial budgets and corresponding reports
  • Preparation of summaries, and reports related to financial analyses
  • Valuation and reconciliation of trust accounts and statements
  • Monitor project development, communicate with client and interested parties
  • Evaluation of on-going project and development metrics
  • Respond to bond holder and other stakeholders’ inquiries
  • Review and interpretation of bond and legal documents
  • Maintain responsibility for completion and accuracy of work products

CLICK HERE to view all details and requirements.
Please email resumes and letters of introduction (cover letter) to: [email protected]

Senior Accountant
Maryland Office (Washington DC – Baltimore Area)

We are currently seeking candidates with experience in accounting and finance to join our team. In this role, you will interact closely with local government agencies and real estate developers and be a part of our administrative team. Our ideal candidate will be able to apply logic and use analytics to various projects currently in process and on the horizon. They will help solve problems and generate ideas, scrutinize issues in calculating methods, completes tasks with little to no direction, and take a proactive and results oriented approach in the areas of public finance and real estate accounting.

The ideal candidate is highly self-motivated, professional, and capable of managing their workload and prioritizing tasks in a fast-paced corporate environment. This is an excellent opportunity to join a growing company. Senior Accountant responsibilities include:

  • Preparation, management, and maintenance of external government monthly, quarterly and annual reports as needed
  • Review and audit construction requisitions in depth, and confirm compliance with bond documents
  • Preparation of financial statements for multiple entities, including Management’s Discussion and Analysis and Notes to the Financial Statements, for external auditors
  • Review and interpretation of bond and legal documents
  • Preparation and review of arbitrage reports and reporting deadlines
  • Preparation and review of external general ledgers for 70+ projects for completeness and accuracy
  • Preparation, audit, and update of accounting team procedures as necessary
  • Maintain responsibility for completion and accuracy of work products

CLICK HERE to view all details and requirements.
Please email resumes and letters of introduction (cover letter) to: [email protected]

Public Finance – Bond Administrator
Pennsylvania Office (Greater Pittsburgh Area)

We are currently seeking candidates with experience in finance and analytics to join our team. In this role, you will interact closely with local government agencies and real estate developers as well as perform a significant amount of research. Our ideal candidate will be able to apply logic and use analytics to various projects currently in process and on the horizon. They will help solve problems and generate ideas, scrutinize issues in calculating methods, completes tasks with little to no direction, and take a proactive and results oriented approach in the areas of public finance and real estate revenue research and analysis. Public Finance Consultant responsibilities include:

  • Oversight of multiple large scale, catalytic real estate projects and associated clients
  • Preparation of compliance reports on real estate development projects
  • Preparation of annual financial budgets and corresponding reports
  • Preparation of summaries, and reports related to financial analyses
  • Valuation and reconciliation of trust accounts and statements
  • Monitor project development, communicate with client and interested parties
  • Evaluation of on-going project and development metrics
  • Respond to bond holder and other stakeholders’ inquiries
  • Review and interpretation of bond and legal documents
  • Maintain responsibility for completion and accuracy of work products

CLICK HERE to view all details and requirements.
Please email resumes and letters of introduction (cover letter) to: [email protected]

Executive Assistant
Texas Office (Irving Area)

We are currently seeking with administrative or executive assistant experience to join our team. In this support role, you will interact daily with our team of professionals. We are currently seeking an experienced, reliable and task-oriented individual. This position will work directly with senior level employees and will be responsible for performing a number of administrative duties. Our ideal candidate is highly self-motivated, professional, and capable of managing their work load and prioritizing tasks in a fast-paced corporate environment. This is an excellent opportunity to join a growing company with flexible working conditions.

  • Schedule meeting and appointments; Manage travel itineraries
  • Coordinate daily task lists, internal controls and bookkeeping
  • Delegate and follow up of tasks at the direction and needs of your supervisor
  • Research, prepare, and finalize certain basic level information and documents
  • Work with executive team to create spreadsheets and presentation information for trade shows and meetings
  • Answering phones, manage supplies, file, mail, organize meetings and space, and other general administrative and receptionist tasks
  • Reconcile monthly and semi-annual billing and receipts
  • Input and follow up with tasks associated with accounts payable, accounts receivable, banking, and invoicing duties in coordination with other offices
  • Oversee miscellaneous office and compliance monitoring

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Please email resumes and letters of introduction (cover letter) to: [email protected]

Public Finance – Bond Administrator
Texas Office (Dallas)

We are currently seeking a Public Finance – Bond Administrator. In this role, you will interact closely with local municipal governments, real estate developers, and homebuilders to assist with the management and operational aspects of special financing districts with an emphasis on Public Improvement Districts (PIDs). Our ideal candidate will need to apply a variety of skill sets ranging from project management, critical thinking, problem solving, and interpersonal skills to effectively oversee projects throughout all stages of the infrastructure development financing process.

The position is highly demanding and rewarding as team members will benefit from the following:

  • Proactive approach
  • Ability to view the “big picture”
  • Efficient time manager
  • Ability to identify and prioritize tasks quickly

Responsibilities:

  • Oversight of multiple special financing districts, which are predominantly residential in nature
  • Monitor project development, communicate with client and interested parties
  • Lead small group (<30 people) seminars and training discussions
  • Preparation of annual financial budgets and corresponding reports
  • Preparation of compliance reports on special assessment revenue bonds
  • Preparation of disclosure information materials
  • Valuation and reconciliation of trust accounts and statements
  • Evaluation of on-going project and development metrics
  • Review and implementation of bond and legal documents

CLICK HERE to view all details and requirements.
Please email resumes and letters of introduction (cover letter) to: [email protected]

Public Finance – Bond Administrator
Texas Office (Houston)

We are currently seeking Public Finance – Bond Administrator. In this role, you will interact closely with local municipal governments, real estate developers, and homebuilders to assist with the management and operational aspects of special financing districts with an emphasis on Public Improvement Districts (PIDs).

Our ideal candidate will need to apply a variety of skill sets ranging from project management, critical thinking, problem solving, and interpersonal skills to effectively oversee projects throughout all stages of the infrastructure development financing process.

The position is highly demanding and rewarding as team members will benefit from the following:

  • Proactive approach
  • Ability to view the “big picture”
  • Efficient time manager
  • Ability to identify and prioritize tasks quickly


Responsibilities:

  • Oversight of multiple special financing districts, which are predominantly residential in nature
  • Monitor project development, communicate with client and interested parties
  • Lead small group (<30 people) seminars and training discussions
  • Preparation of annual financial budgets and corresponding reports
  • Preparation of compliance reports on special assessment revenue bonds
  • Preparation of disclosure information materials
  • Valuation and reconciliation of trust accounts and statements
  • Evaluation of on-going project and development metrics
  • Review and implementation of bond and legal documents