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Vice President - Social Capital Cinnaire Corporation
Lansing, MI
Job Function: Fundraising
Posted: November 14, 2016

Background:

Cinnaire provides solutions and support to partners through a dedicated full-service approach. Our progressive approach and loyal, experienced and knowledgeable staff create opportunities and provide access to funding and resources that advance community and economic development efforts. Building upon our exceptional track record, our responsible financial investment strategies, lending options and value-added services enable investors to advance business and community endeavors.

 

Position Summary:

The Vice President, Social Capital (VPSC) is responsible for the development and implementation of fundraising strategies for Cinnaire.  The VPSC will focus on Cinnaire’s philanthropic funding objectives and will work with various Cinnaire team members to establish strong relationships with banks, private foundations, and other funders to raise funds from those sources.    

The VPSC will support Cinnaire’s funding objectives by directing our social capital work and working in close collaboration with our internal partners in resource development, marketing, and communication initiatives to ensure all of our fundraising and messaging work is coordinated.

Reporting Relationship:

The Vice President, Social Capital reports to the President of Cinnaire Lending, a subsidiary of Cinnaire.  

The VPSC is a member of Cinnaire’s management team.  The position will use strong strategy and organizational skills to collaborate with the CEO, COO, line of business EVPs, and/or external business partners to develop fundraising strategies and plans.  This is a new position, and the incumbent will have a critical role in shaping the future fundraising.

Position can be located in Wilmington, Delaware, Chicago, Illinois, Detroit or Lansing, Michigan

Responsibilities:

Tasks, Duties, and Responsibilities:

  1. Develop and implement a fundraising strategy that increases the number of sources and amount of grant dollars.
  2. Cultivate relationships with current and prospective grantors.
  3. Develop strategic relationships that bring resources to Cinnaire’s Mission.
  4. Manage Cinnaire’s responses to funding opportunities and strategize responses to RFPs.
  5. Help to formulate concept requests and develop pitches for funders in support of new Cinnaire activities and ongoing business endeavors.
  6. Work in close partnership with Cinnaire staff to meet Cinnaire’s fundraising goals through research, prospect identification, proposal development and retention activities.
  7. Present timely analyses of Cinnaire’s fundraising results to the Executive Leadership Team.
  8. Prepare the annual fundraising budget for Finance and monitor results with the Finance Team against the budget.
  9. Other duties as assigned.

 

Requirements:

Education and Experience:

  1. Bachelor’s Degree and 7+ years’ work experience 
  2. 5+ years professional experience in fundraising or related industry required
  3. 5+ years demonstrated experience in fundraising and relationship management with funders
  4. Strong writing, financial, and analytical experience required

Knowledge, Skills, Abilities and Physical Requirements:

  1. Superior written and verbal communication skills required 
  2. Demonstrated leadership ability required
  3. Ability to set priorities and delegate tasks effectively required

Compensation:

Salary commensurate with experience.

How to Apply:

Apply here.

Assistant Vice President, Relationship Manager Main Street Launch
San Francisco, CA
Job Function: Business Development
Posted: November 14, 2016

Background:

Since 1979 we have empowered small business owners in the Bay Area, beginning in Oakland and expanding to serve the nine Bay Area counties. Through our core services we help small businesses EXPAND in size, INCREASE their profits, and REACH their goals. We are honored to work with successful, innovative, and community-oriented entrepreneurs. We believe in the power of entrepreneurship to transform lives and communities. In the last 10 years we closed 500 loans that totaled more than $29,000,000. Our borrowers have created thousands of new jobs in the Bay Area.

Benefits We Offer

We offer competitive salaries

Health, dental and vision benefits, on day one

401(k) program

Paid Time Off and Paid Holidays

Position Summary:

The AVP, Relationship Manager will report directly to the Senior Vice President, San Francisco Market and acts as the organization’s point of contact for all San Francisco small businesses looking to apply or inquiry about access to Main Street Launch’s microloan program. This role is responsible for developing new business and financing activities, including intake, underwriting, structuring, closing and monitoring of loans.

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities

  • Commitment to helping small business owners succeed and has a passion for the mission of Main Street Launch;
  • Personal qualities of integrity, credibility, and commitment to the organization;
  • Good people skills with experience collaborating in a multi-disciplinary, diverse, and dynamic team;
  • Entrepreneurial approach to lending, developing a line of business, and furthering economic development;
  • Superior interpersonal skills, ability to work constructively and interact with diverse constituents;
  • Strong financial skills, including analysis of profit & loss statements, balance sheets and cash flow statements;
  • Demonstrated knowledge in financial management and accounting, budgeting and forecasting;
  • Superb attention to detail;
  • Strong abilities in time management and meeting deadlines in a fast-paced setting;
  • Self-starter who can work with minimal supervision and be comfortable in an evolving, dynamic nonprofit environment;
  • Ability to work with diverse groups, including community-based organizations, public agencies, small businesses, and financial institutions;

Environmental Conditions

  • The work environment characteristics and physical effort described here are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
  • While performing the duties of this job, the employee is exposed to a wide range of small business locations and constituents in the assigned geographical area approximately 50% of the time and 50% in an office setting in San Francisco and Oakland. Work assignments are diversified and may cause stress in meeting tight deadlines with scheduling requirements. The physical requirements of the job are for employees to talk, hear, bend/stoop, sitting, standing, and/or walking for up to 8 hours per day. Furthermore, the job requires employees to lift/carry/push or pull up to 25 pounds with or without assistance.

Main Street Launch is an Equal Opportunity Employer that makes employment decisions without regard to age, race, color, national origin, gender (including pregnancy, childbirth or medical condition related to pregnancy or childbirth), gender identity or expression, religion, physical or mental disability, medical condition, legally protected genetic information, marital status, veteran status, military status, sexual orientation, or any other factor determined to be an unlawful basis for such decisions by federal, state, or local statutes.

Main Street Launch will consider for employment qualified applicants with criminal histories in a manner consistent with the requirements of the San Francisco Fair Chance Ordinance.

Responsibilities:

  • Support Main Street Launch’s strong community relationship culture through on-going customer contact, quality customer service and superior product knowledge;
  • Source, develop, package, analyze, and underwrite microloan financing requests for new and existing customers in the San Francisco Market;
  • Provide Technical Assistance to prospects who may need additional resources before applying:
  • Working with leads and internal resources on financial projections, business plan, and strategies for utilizing start-up or expansion capital;
  • Collect and enter all required data on the entrepreneur and small business into Salesforce in a timely manner;
  • Work with Senior VP, Relationship Manager as liaisons to San Francisco city staff; in building stakeholder relationships; in increasing deal flow and presence; and in attending panels and events;
  • Spend the majority of time in the 25 Invest in Neighborhood corridors, increasing awareness of Main Street’s microloan program and developing relationships;
  • Researching and understanding partners and competitors services and capacity to properly refer clients who need external assistance;
  • Answer questions regarding various Main Street Launch loan programs (small business, micro, and special programs).

Requirements:

  • Bachelor’s Degree from accredited college or university, with concentration in Business, Accounting or Finance preferred;
  • Conversational language abilities in Cantonese and Mandarin, strongly preferred;
  • San Francisco resident, strongly preferred;
  • Strong financial, market, quantitative, and qualitative analysis experience, required;
  • Salesforce or CRM, MS Office Excel/Word/Power Point experience, required;
  • Passionate about entrepreneurship, small businesses, and economic development, required.

Compensation:

DOE

How to Apply:

Qualified candidates must submit a resume and cover letter highlighting their relevant experience to careers@mainstreetlaunch.org with “SF Relationship Manager” in the email subject line.

Investment Associate Self-Help
Durham, NC
Job Function: Fundraising
Posted: November 8, 2016

Background:

Self-Help is a leading national community development financial institution (CDFI) headquartered in Durham, NC. Founded in 1980, Self-Help has provided over $6.9 billion in financing to 112,000 families, individuals and businesses underserved by traditional financial institutions. It helps drive economic development and strengthen communities by financing hundreds of homebuyers each year, as well as nonprofits, child care centers, community health facilities, public charter schools, and residential and commercial real estate projects. The Self-Help family of non-profit organizations includes North Carolina’s Self-Help Credit Union, Self-Help Federal Credit Union, Self-Help Ventures Fund and the Center for Responsible Lending, a national policy and advocacy organization addressing abusive lending practices. Through its credit union network, Self-Help serves over 120,000 people in North Carolina, California, Chicago and Florida and offers a full range of financial products and services. Learn more at www.self-help.org, www.self-helpfcu.org and www.responsiblelending.org.

Position Summary:

The Investment Associate is responsible for raising deposits for Self-Help Credit Union by coordinating regional, state, and national campaigns targeting institutions and higher wealth individuals looking to invest funds in a mission aligned institution,  and by enhancing the deposit-raising efforts of our branch staff by providing training, strategic guidance, and implementation support. The Investment Associate serves an important role in supporting the growth of Self-Help Credit Union by coordinating all deposit-raising efforts, and connecting the organization to a broad range of socially responsible investors that live outside of our branch areas. This role is primarily focused on raising deposits and plays a key leadership role in coordinating and leading the strategies, communications, and outreach activities that constitute the deposit-raising function within the credit union.

Responsibilities:

  • Develop and execute strategies for raising mission-aligned deposits directly from Socially Responsible and Impact Investors in North Carolina, the South, and nationally by creating campaigns, conducting outreach, and leveraging existing relationship to ensure meeting annual deposit raising financial goals.
  • Directly develop, maintain and manage relationships with socially-responsible and mission-oriented investors, firms and their advisors.
  • Manage Bank Enterprise Award (BEA) and Depository Trust Company (DTC)-eligible CD deposit programs and partnerships
  • Develop and maintain relationships with high net worth individuals, mutual funds, nonprofit organizations, faith-based organizations, banks, businesses and others interested in community and socially-responsible investment.
  • Prepare proposals that will answer impact, financial, and insurance-related questions from potential investors.
  • Maintain dialogue/make regular contact with a selection of key investors to provide enhanced stewardship and gain a better understanding of the reasoning they have for opening or closing large deposits with us.  
  • Work cooperatively with Impact Reporting Manager and the operations teams to prepare reports and assess data regarding the inflow and outflow of deposits, as well as the impact of particular campaigns and outreach efforts
  • Use team systems (i.e. Salesforce) to input and manage data used to track relevant cultivation targets
  • Provide support and training to branch staff and leadership in formulating deposit-raising strategies and campaigns. 
  • Promote Self-Help and its credit unions in meetings, conferences and to the general public.
  • Work effectively with other SH Colleagues to coordinate outreach, membership cultivation, and the development of marketing materials and more generalized messaging to external audiences. 
  • Perform other duties as may be deemed necessary.

 

Requirements:

Minimum Qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s degree or equivalent and at least 3 to 5 years of experience in community development, fundraising, sales, financial services or other related areas.  A graduate degree in a related field may be considered in lieu of work experience.
  • Strong verbal and written communication skills.
  • Ability to develop and maintain strong relationships with potential investors and internal and external partners.
  • Ability to provide the highest level of customer service and ability to provide detailed follow through.
  • Knowledge of investment options available to individual and institutional investors.
  • Ability to use social media to effectively communicate to key stakeholders.
  • Proficiency with Word, Excel, PowerPoint as well as SalesForce or similar CRM programs.  
  • Sensitivity to low-wealth communities and a desire to work in a racially and socially diverse organization that strongly values collaboration.
  • Ability and willingness to travel as needed.
  • Ability and willingness to work overtime as needed.

Desired Qualifications:

  • Experience with deposit raising in a financial services organization.
  • Experience with CRM platform or SalesForce.
  • Prior experience in financial planning, marketing or community development finance.

Physical Requirements:

  • Frequently requires use of manual dexterity and repetitive motions, primarily with the wrists, hands, and/or fingers. Must be able to occasionally lift and exert force of up to 10 pounds.

Compensation:

Competitive nonprofit salary, based on experience, plus a generous benefits package.

How to Apply:

To apply, send resume and cover letter, describing why you are a fit for this position, to hiringmanager@self-help.org. Please include the position title as the subject. Application must be received by November 21, 2016 to ensure consideration. Applications received after this date may or may not be considered, depending on the applicant pool. The position will remain posted until filled.

Self-Help is committed to providing equal employment opportunities to all persons regardless of race, color, class, age, religion, disability that can be accommodated, marital status, ancestry, nationality, family status or sexual orientation.

Associate Project Consultant/Senior Financial Analyst Capital Link
Boston, MA or Denver, CO metro area, CO
Job Function: Other
Posted: November 2, 2016

Background:

Capital Link is a non-profit organization that has worked with hundreds of community health centers and primary care associations since the late 1990s to plan capital projects, finance growth and identify ways to improve performance. We provide innovative consulting services and extensive technical assistance with the goal of supporting and expanding community-based health care. Additionally, Capital Link works in partnership with primary care associations, the National Association of Community Health Centers, CDFIs and other entities interested in improving access to capital for health centers. For more information, please visit www.caplink.org

Position Summary:

Capital Link seeks an Associate Project Consultant to work under the supervision of the Director of Community Health Center Advisory Services to provide technical assistance and advisory services to non-profit community health centers and their stakeholders. The associate project consultant will support the organization’s national operations and collaborate closely with internal specialists in new markets tax credit (NMTC) financing and other financing programs, market assessments, strategic growth planning, forecasts, business plan development, and finance and operations improvement programs. He/she will develop and maintain complex Excel models, assist with presentations and programs, prepare written reports and analyses, and create resource materials to support health center strategic growth in a financially sustainable manner. The successful candidate will demonstrate a strong commitment to advancing the mission of community health centers in a rapidly evolving healthcare marketplace.

Responsibilities:

  • Assist project consultants in preparing forecasts, business plans and other financing assistance services for health centers and supporting organizations.
  • Enter information into forecast models, collect data from clients as requested, and assist project consultants in preparation of final reports.
  • Review financial audits and statistics/metrics contained in Capital Link’s proprietary financial audit database for accuracy; review trends; create charts and graphs.
  • Prepare performance evaluation profile reports including financial analysis and summary write-ups. Assist in preparation of related presentations and webinars as requested.
  • Assist in preparation of operational assessments, financial trends analyses, economic impact analyses, and other products as assigned.
  • Gather and prepare data and information for market assessments and develop reports/analyses to determine market growth opportunities for client. 
  • Undertake other tasks as assigned by supervisor to continue to develop and hone skills (including financing structures: NMTC, tax exempt bonds, and so forth) and train to become a full project consultant within the next 2-3 years.

Requirements:

  • BS degree in Finance or Business required, MBA preferred
  • Minimum of 2-3 years of experience in financial analysis and/or planning including development of complex Excel models.
  • Demonstrated history of initiative and strong organizational and communications skills (written and oral).
  • Knowledge of lending (particularly community development finance) a plus.
  • Knowledge of health industry a plus.
  • Mission-orientation; dedication to improving access to high quality community-based healthcare. 
  • Ability to multi-task and move in many directions with multiple deadlines and demands on one’s time.
  • Strong knowledge of MS Word, Excel, and PowerPoint
  • Knowledge of Salesforce and/or MS Project a plus

 

Compensation:

As a rapidly growing entrepreneurial non-profit organization, Capital Link provides exceptional opportunities to its staff members. Position offers a competitive salary and benefits package. 

How to Apply:

Interested candidates should send a cover letter, resume, salary history, and salary requirements to Kathryn Graves at graveskatl@gmail.com. No phone calls, recruiters, or staffing firms please!

Capital Link is an Equal Opportunity Employer and takes affirmative action to ensure that applicants and employees are not discriminated against because of race, color, age, sex, sexual orientation, religion, veteran’s status, military status, creed, physical or mental handicap/disability or national origin.

Senior Program Officer, Entrepreneurship and Financial Empowerment Consumer Affairs Office of Financial Empowerment (OFE)
New York City, NY
Job Function: Business Development
Posted: November 1, 2016

Background:

The Department of Consumer Affairs (DCA) empowers consumers and businesses to ensure a fair and vibrant marketplace. DCA licenses and regulates over 80,000 businesses in 55 different industries, and enforces the Consumer Protection Law and other related business laws in New York City. The agency educates the public and businesses through outreach and partnerships with stakeholders throughout the City. DCA performs onsite inspections of businesses to ensure compliance with license regulations, weights and measures regulations, and the New York City Consumer Protection Law.

Effective April 1, 2014, under New York City’s Earned Sick Time Act, most employers in New York City will be required to give their employees sick leave. DCA is charged with enforcement of this law. DCA is also responsible for enforcement of New York City’s Transit Benefits law. Pursuant to that law, effective January 1, 2016, certain employers will be required to offer their full-time employees the opportunity to use pre-tax earnings to purchase qualified transportation fringe benefits.

The DCA Office of Financial Empowerment (OFE) is the first local government initiative in the country with the specific mission to educate, empower, and protect individuals and families with low incomes. OFE creates innovative programs, products, and services for New Yorkers so they can build assets and make the most of their financial resources. At the center of the fight to reduce income inequality and expand economic opportunity, OFE works to support low-income New Yorkers and communities in building wealth and improving financial capabilities. OFE’s goal is to increase access to high-quality, free financial education and counseling; connect individuals to safe and affordable mainstream banking products and services; improve access to income-boosting tax credits, savings, and other asset building opportunities; and enforce and improve consumer financial protections to safeguard financial stability.

Position Summary:

As part of the Small Business First Initiative, OFE is partnering with the NYC Department of Small Business Services (SBS) to ensure equal access to city services for all business owners by integrating financial counseling at points where business owners are navigating the City’s regulatory environment and may be facing financial challenges related to regulatory requirements.

OFE is seeking an entrepreneurial, driven, innovative and highly-organized Senior Program Officer to lead and oversee our efforts to expand financial counseling for small businesses owners through referrals from regulatory agencies, as well as other projects and programs aimed at ensuring equal access to business ownership and success for all New Yorkers.

Responsibilities:

Responsibilities will include, but are not limited to:

  • • Plan, implement, manage and evaluate referral relationships from NYC regulatory agencies to the City’s Financial Empowerment Centers, specifically targeting small business owners. Regulatory agencies may include, but not be limited to, the Taxi and Limousine Commission, the Department of Health, and the Department of Buildings.
  • Work with the SBS Business Acceleration division to recommend new policies and procedures in order to reduce the burden of regulations on small business owners through financial counseling.
  • Work with DCA OFE’s financial counseling program team to recommend new policies and procedures in order to create customized counseling models, benchmarks, and data collection for small business entrepreneurs.
  • Propose and test new financial empowerment solutions that:
    • help overcome financial challenges specific to small business owners or that arise from the City’s regulatory environment, such as income volatility and high upfront insurance costs and,
    • lower barriers to business ownership through broader systems change.
  • Provide outreach and education to small business owners and community-based organizations that interact with small businesses (such as Chambers of Commerce and Business Improvement Districts), and NYC regulatory agencies about the services, programs, and products offered by DCA OFE.

Requirements:

Qualification Requirements

  1. A baccalaureate degree from an accredited college and two years of experience in community work or community centered activities in an area related to the duties described above; or
  2. High school graduation or equivalent and six years of experience in community work or community centered activities in an area related to the duties described above; or
  3. Education and/or experience which is equivalent to “1” or “2” above. However, all candidates must have at least one year of experience as described in “1” above.

PLEASE NOTE: New York City residency is generally required within 90 days of appointment. However, City Employees in certain titles who have worked for the City for 2 continuous years may also be eligible to reside in Nassau, Suffolk, Putnam, Westchester, Rockland, or Orange County. To determine if the residency requirement applies to you, please discuss with the agency representative at the time of interview.

Preferred Skills

  • A creative and strategic thinker, adept at program innovation, design, development, management, research and evaluation;
  • Experience in community, business and economic development, community wealth building, asset mbuilding and the financial inclusion field, and developing technical assistance programs for small business owners;
  • Experience working with the City of New York’s regulatory agencies, including the Departments of Consumer Affairs, Health and Mental Hygiene, Buildings, Fire, and Taxi and Limousine;
  • Experience working with entrepreneurs and with new and micro-businesses from low-income and disadvantaged communities;
  • Experience working with emerging forms of small business ownership including freelancers and workercooperatives;
  • Excellent organizational, communication (written and oral), and presentation skills;
  • Experience and proven ability to cultivate partnerships with diverse stakeholders including local businesses, advocacy organizations, think tanks, community groups, etc.;
  • Proven ability to successfully manage multiple high-priority projects simultaneously and to organize and drive projects to timely completion;
  • Attention to detail and ability to work quickly under pressure while still ensuring a high quality work product;
  • Ability to leverage data to drive program planning and implementation;
  • Proficient in Microsoft Excel, PowerPoint, Access, Word, and Outlook.

Compensation:

Commensurate with experience

How to Apply:

For Non-City/External Candidates: Visit the External Applicant NYC Careers site and type “Consumer Affairs” on the search line. Then locate the Job ID number.

For Current City Employees: Visit Employee Self Service (ESS) to view and click on Recruiting Activities, Careers, and search by Job ID number.

A RESUME AND COVER LETTER ARE REQUIRED.

PLEASE INDICATE IN YOUR COVER LETTER HOW YOU HEARD ABOUT THIS POSITION.

INCOMPLETE APPLICATIONS WILL NOT BE CONSIDERED.

NO PHONE CALLS, FAXES, E-MAILS OR PERSONAL INQUIRIES PERMITTED. NOTE: ONLY THOSE CANDIDATES UNDER CONSIDERATION WILL BE CONTACTED.

Deputy Director of Operations Consumer Affairs Office of Financial Empowerment (OFE)
New York City, NY
Job Function: Project Management
Posted: November 1, 2016

Background:

The Department of Consumer Affairs (DCA) licenses, inspects, and educates businesses, assists and informs consumers, mediates complaints, and offers free financial counseling and safe banking products. DCA enforces the Consumer Protection Law, the Paid Sick Leave Law and other related business laws throughout New York City and licenses nearly 80,000 businesses in 55 different industries. For more information, call 311 or visit DCA online at nyc.gov/consumers or on its social media sites, Twitter, Facebook, Instagram and YouTube.

At the center of the fight to reduce income inequality and expand economic opportunity, DCA’s Office of Financial Empowerment (OFE) works to support low-income New Yorkers and communities in building wealth and improving financial capabilities. OFE is the first local government initiative in the country with the mission to educate, empower and protect New Yorkers and neighborhoods with low incomes so they can build assets and make the most of their financial resources. OFE uses the tools of research, partnerships, policy, programs and services, financial products, and convening to advance its mission.

Position Summary:

OFE is seeking a highly organized and process-oriented Deputy Director of Operations to join the OFE Executive Team. The Deputy Director of Operations should have excellent project management, organizational management, and communication skills to support the strategic implementation of OFE programs and initiatives and to assist with the general operations of the OFE division.

Responsibilities:

Responsibilities will include but are not limited to:

  • Provide executive level project management support and oversight on critical OFE projects and serve as a resource to OFE staff and project teams to ensure the smooth implementation of projects and ensure that objectives are achieved, and deadlines are met;
  • In collaboration with the OFE senior team, lead the development and implementation of internal systems, structures, processes and tools that help to coordinate and organize the team’s work to ensure optimal team performance;
  • Working closely with DCA’s Finance, Legal, and Human Resources divisions, oversee OFE’s administrative functions including human resources, procurement, budgeting and contract management (~$8M total budget);
  • Supervise directly Contracts, Budget & Administration Manager, and indirectly Contracts and Budget Associate;
  • Draft, proofread and/or edit a range of materials, including but not limited to grant proposals, publications, reports, program documents, policy memos, and presentations;
  • Work with the data analysis and evaluation team to understand and document success of programs and to identify opportunities to improve the performance of programs;
  • Build and maintain relationships with City agencies, community based organizations, and other external stakeholders as needed; and
  • Implement and manage special projects as needed to reduce systemic inequality and build individual and community wealth and assets.

Requirements:

Qualification Requirements

  1. A baccalaureate degree from an accredited college and four years of full-time, satisfactory professional, technical or administrative experience in one or more of the following fields: program evaluation, contract negotiations/management, business or public administration, contract community relations, or related fields; at least eighteen months must have been in an administrative, managerial or executive capacity, or supervising professional personnel performing work in program evaluation, contract negotiation/management, business or public administration; or
  2. A four year high school diploma, or its equivalent, and six years of full-time, professional, technical or administrative work experience in one or more of the fields cited above; at least eighteen months must have been in an administrative, managerial or executive capacity, or supervising professional personnel as described in "1" above; or
  3. A satisfactory equivalent of education and experience as cited above. However, all candidates must have the eighteen months of administrative, managerial or executive experience or experience supervising professional personnel as described in "1" above.

PLEASE NOTE: New York City residency is required within 90 days of appointment. However, City employees in certain titles who have worked for the City for 2 continuous years may also be eligible to reside in Nassau, Suffolk, Putnam, Westchester, Rockland, or Orange County.

Preferred Skills

  • Effective project manager with the proven ability to successfully guide and manage multiple high-priority projects simultaneously and to organize and drive projects to timely completion;
  • Highly organized with strong follow-through and an acute attention to detail;
  • Supervisory experience in effectively managing a dynamic and diverse team;
  • Ability to work quickly under pressure and strict deadlines while still ensuring a high quality work product;
  • Experience and proven ability to cultivate partnerships with diverse stakeholders;
  • Ability and willingness to take initiative and work collaboratively;
  • Outstanding analytic, problem-solving, and creative thinking skills;
  • Excellent communication (written and oral) and presentation skills;
  • An enthusiastic and positive individual with good interpersonal skills and a passion for supporting people with low incomes to build greater self-sufficiency;
  • Proficient in PowerPoint, Microsoft Excel, Access, Word, and Outlook.

Compensation:

Commensurate with Experience

How to Apply:

For Non-City/External Candidates: Visit the External Applicant NYC Careers site and type “Consumer Affairs” on the search line. Then locate the Job ID number.
For Current City Employees: Visit Employee Self Service (ESS) to view and click on Recruiting Activities, Careers, and search by Job ID number.

A RESUME AND COVER LETTER ARE REQUIRED.

PLEASE INDICATE IN YOUR COVER LETTER HOW YOU HEARD ABOUT THIS POSITION.

INCOMPLETE APPLICATIONS WILL NOT BE CONSIDERED.

NO PHONE CALLS, FAXES, E-MAILS OR PERSONAL INQUIRIES PERMITTED. NOTE: ONLY THOSE CANDIDATES UNDER CONSIDERATION WILL BE CONTACTED.

Credit Analyst IFF
Chicago, IL
Job Function: Lending/Loan Operations
Posted: October 31, 2016

Background:

As a mission-driven lender, real estate consultant, and developer, IFF helps communities thrive by creating opportunities for low-income communities and persons with disabilities. Key to our success has been a deep sense of purpose, a broad perspective, and a relentless focus on achieving positive results. Across the Midwest, we help clients from every sector, including human service agencies, health centers, schools, housing developers, and grocery stores. IFF is the largest nonprofit CDFI in the Midwest and one of only a few nationally to earn the Aeris AAA+1 rating.

Staff contributes its extensive business experience with an unrivaled connection to the mission of IFF and the nonprofit clients it serves. IFF is looking for candidates with a commitment to the work it does and can demonstrate their creativity, detail-orientation, diligence, efficiency, enthusiasm, flexibility, organization, thoughtfulness, and sense of humor.

Position Summary:

Responsible for supporting the loan origination process by analyzing applicant financial, project and management capacity and preparing loan recommendations. Work closely with lenders across all IFF sectors and regions on loan opportunities to determine long-term fit with IFF mission and credit requirements. Manages and maintains database information and prepares qualitative and quantitative reports on all aspects of the Loan program. Responsible for monitoring cash flow. Performs financial analyses for internal projects.

Responsibilities:

  1. Support the underwriting of loan applications.
  2. Build and maintain complete records on loan applications in CRM from inquiry through loan approval.
  3. Support the Closing and Portfolio Management team in closing approved loans and handing off complete files for post close monitoring.
  4. Support programmatic loan underwriting as assigned by the Loan Program Manager including:
  5. Research and provide updates on nonprofit sectors or environment to inform the lending team on opportunities and risks emerging in certain sectors.
  6. Manages IFF's loan databases and reporting to ensure that accurate and comprehensive information on all aspects of the loan program is readily available within IFF including particular support of Finance and Resource Development.
  7. Responsible for developing and implementing funding and loan compliance reports and processes.
  8. Perform other projects as assigned.

Requirements:

Education: Bachelor’s Degree required, preferably in business, accounting or finance.

Previous Experience: At least three years of experience in the areas of accounting, financial analysis, or credit for commercial, industrial and not for profit organizations. Ability to perform financial statement analysis including spreading financial statements and assessing cash flow metrics. Experience with commercial real estate or community development collateral and lending valued.

Special Knowledge & Skills: Analytical and business writing skills required to determine credit risk and to prepare credit presentations. Proficiency in Microsoft Excel. Demonstrated interest in nonprofit sector.

For more information, please visit www.iff.org/careers.

Compensation:

Please submit salary requirements.

How to Apply:

Application Instructions: Please submit a cover letter, resume and salary requirements to acerve@iff.org with"Credit Analyst" in the subject line.

Director of Real Estate Development Impact Seven, Inc.
Knapp, WI
Job Function: Project Management
Posted: September 9, 2016

Background:

Impact Seven is a private nonprofit corporation recognized as a trusted partner for developing, building and maintaining quality communities throughout the State of Wisconsin. Since its founding in 1970, Impact Seven has successfully developed or provided development consulting services for over 2,000 affordable housing units throughout Wisconsin. Impact Seven is a Certified Housing Development Organization (CHDO) and a Community Development Financial Institution (CDFI).

Interested candidates are encouraged to visit Impact Seven’s website (www.impactseven.org) to gain insight into our organization.

Position Summary:

Impact Seven is seeking a highly motivated and resourceful individual to join the Real Estate Development team as a Director of Real Estate Development. The Director of Real Estate Development is responsible for the planning, financing, and development of new affordable housing communities and acquiring existing affordable housing. This individual also serves as an ambassador for Impact Seven. Impact Seven is committed to a flexible work environment. The employee will have the option of working from either Impact Seven’s Rice Lake or Milwaukee office or from his/her home office. Candidates who are Wisconsin residents are preferred given the required travel to project sites within the state.

Responsibilities:

General

  • Serves as a primary point of contact with partner agencies, community organizations, political officials and funders in existing and new markets
  • Researches best model housing development practices and makes recommendations to senior leadership team on incorporation of the same
  • Coordinates review and input from partner agencies and internal constituents such as Property and Asset Management and Finance teams at appropriate milestones and appropriately influences the development process
  • At all phases, monitors development expenses to ensure expenditures are within budget
  • Reports progress to management on-going basis
  • Travels to project sites and Impact Seven headquarters in Rice Lake, Wisconsin, which may necessitate overnight stays

Predevelopment Analysis

  • Assists in the research and recommendation of a comprehensive development strategy for acquisition of existing housing and/or the development of new sites, as assigned, to the internal Real Estate Development Committee
  • Prepares due diligence reports for prospective projects with a particular emphasis on site selection, property valuation and evaluation of title and site conditions
  • Assesses the feasibility of proposed or potential projects against the Impact Seven site selection criteria
  • Prepares financial analyses including project budgets and working capital, pro-forma operating statements, sources and uses of funds, and multi-year cash flow projections
  • Plans housing to ensure long-term feasibility for Impact Seven and affordability of rents for tenants
  • Assists in negotiating pricing and other terms for the acquisition of property

Development Due Diligence and Construction Management

  • Prepares and submits application for funding to state and local funding providers
  • Determines and secures debt and equity financing commitments, and closes financing for the project
  • Reviews and provides recommendations to project lead for the negotiation of terms and conditions for various development-related agreements with project attorneys, including but not limited to architect and general contractor contracts, other contractor/consultant contracts and funder loan documents
  • Participates on the design team with project lead, architect, general contractor, and other key stakeholders to develop design criteria. Reviews architectural drawings, specifications and construction cost items
  • Participates in meetings with applicable city planning, city council, and other constituents to meet timelines and obtain approval and support of proposed projects
  • Assists in community engagement activities necessary to gain project support and approval
  • Assures timely completion of assignments from internal staff
  • Oversees construction administration activities, including monitoring construction progress and quality, coordinating funder contributions, administering the development budget and coordinating contractor payments

Post-Construction Management

  • Completes post construction and post-closing activities (i.e. cost certifications)
  • Transitions project to Property Management for on-going site management

Requirements:

EDUCATION and/or EXPERIENCE:

  • Bachelor’s degree from four-year college or university and minimum of three years of professional experience in affordable housing development, urban planning, community development, or related field; or Master’s degree and two years of professional experience. Working knowledge and experience in real estate finance and development. Demonstrated experience preparing project development budgets and monitoring development budgets. Knowledgeable with respect to state and federal affordable housing programs, especially Low-Income Housing Tax Credits. Experience with resource mobilization including knowledge of both public and private sources of capital for real estate development. Strong project management capabilities and ability to manage and direct multiple long-term projects.

LANGUAGE SKILLS:

  • Excellent written, oral and interpersonal communication skills. Ability to express ideas clearly and concisely. Communicates optimistically, positively, and with honesty and openness. Maintains confidentiality of all Agency information.

MATHEMATICAL SKILLS:

  • Ability to manage work schedule, complete work by deadlines, uses program resources wisely, and is able to keep records organized. Ability to calculate figures and amounts.

REASONING ABILITY:

  • Ability to effectively prioritize and execute tasks in a high-pressure environment. Highly self-motivated, self-directed, and attentive to detail. Displays effective problem solving skills, identifies and implements innovative practices and the ability to work with diverse groups of people.

OTHER SKILLS AND ABILITIES:

  • Strong leadership skills. Strong interpersonal skills, including ability to interact effectively and professionally with staff, prospective and present residents, contractors, architects, bankers and other potential funders, community representatives and government agencies. Experience working in a team-oriented, collaborative environment. Strong negotiation skills. Proficient in Microsoft programs such as Outlook, Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Adobe Acrobat Professional.

CERTIFICATES, LICENSES, REGISTRATIONS:

  • Valid driver’s license with current vehicle insurance.

PHYSICAL DEMANDS:

  • The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
  • Ability to travel when required, including periodic overnight stays
  • Ability to work flexible schedule
  • Ability to cope with pressure and challenges

WORK ENVIRONMENT:

  • The work environment characteristics described here are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job.
  • Ability to work with diverse groups of people
  • Ability to work in a team atmosphere and willing to help others when needed
  • Show respect towards co-workers and Impact Seven customers
  • Be timely in communications and task completion
  • Support concerns with recommendations for improvement

Compensation:

Salary will be commensurate with education and relevant work experience. Impact Seven offers a competitive health care and benefits package.

How to Apply:

Please contact Kristine Giornalista, Vice President of Real Estate Development, at Kristine.Giornalista@impactseven.org with questions regarding the position.

Individuals interested in the position may apply by submitting a letter of interest, a current resume and three professional references to:

Terra Pawliuk-McGiffin
Senior Accountant/HR Coordinator
Impact Seven
2961 Decker Drive
Rice Lake, WI 54868
(715) 357-1639
Terra.McGiffin@impactseven.org

Applications will be accepted until the position is filled. Electronic (emailed) applications are encouraged.

Chief Executive Officer Community Development Corporation of Long Island
Centereach, NY
Job Function: Lending/Loan Operations
Posted: July 11, 2016

Background:

Community Development Corporation of Long Island (CDCLI) is committed to making dreams of long term economic stability come true. As a chartered member of NeighborWorks®, CDCLI is certified to meet a high standard of fiscal integrity and service performance to assist local residents in achieving their dreams, and is recognized by NeighborWorks® as an “exemplary organization.” With the mission to “invest in the housing and economic aspirations of individuals and families by providing solutions that foster and maintain vibrant, equitable, and sustainable communities,” CDCLI is a significant force for revitalizing and building strong communities because home matters for all people. For more information, please visit our website at www.cdcli.org.

CDCLI was founded in 1969 when government, business and civic leaders on Long Island came together to address the growing demand for affordable housing. That strong tri-sector support continues today. CDCLI is a regional and national leader in community development, with high standards of performance and a desire to identify and implement creative ways to solve problems and help people in the community. CDCLI programs are complex, multi-partnered and diverse.

Below is a summary of major business lines, along with FY 2015 program accomplishments:

Homeownership Centers – Offers grants, loans, training and assistance to help people achieve and sustain healthy homeownership and gain financial independence. In 2015, 450 individuals attended pre-purchase homebuyer education and financial education classes in two physical locations and via online courses. Sixty-two families successfully purchased their homes in 2015, leveraging their own savings with more than $100 million in mortgages. CDCLI also supports families in keeping their homes; 544 households received foreclosure prevention services in the last year. In 2016, CDCLI launched a pilot rent-to-own program to acquire and rehabilitate vacant, foreclosed properties and support households to purchase the home within three years.

Rental Housing Assistance – Provides rental assistance to low-income families, seniors, disabled and Veterans through federal funds. Last year, CDCLI provided rental subsidies to more than 5,000 families, allowing approximately 11,000 individuals across Suffolk County to live in safe and secure housing. CDCLI also manages a Section 8 voucher waiting list of 4,000 households, demonstrating the high demand for affordable housing across Long Island. In 2015, in an expansion of this business line, CDCLI assisted the US Department of Housing and Urban Development and New York State with its Rental Assistance Demonstration (RAD) efforts in Brooklyn, preserving almost 1,000 apartments as affordable. CDCLI inspects these apartments, qualifies tenants, and administers project-based voucher subsidies under a long-term contract.
CDCLI will continue this work with more than 350 Brooklyn apartment units converted under RAD in 2016.
 
Real Estate Development
- Increases affordable single-family ownership and multifamily rental housing opportunities throughout Long Island that meet each community’s needs. Wherever there is opportunity and local support, CDCLI works with residents, government officials, community leaders and other partners to accomplish affordable housing development. Current and recent rental developments include:

  • Wincoram Commons, a 176-unit mixed-income mixed-use development in Coram that completed construction and lease-up in May 2016. Wincoram Commons includes one,  two- and three-bedroom apartments and 9,000 square feet of commercial space. More than 2,000 applications for tenancy were received for this $55 million development.
  • Copaique Commons, a 90-unit apartment building across from the LIRR station in Copaigue. This transit-oriented development serves households earning up to 100 percent of the Area Median Income (AMI). Demolition of the site began in April 2016, with anticipated completion and occupancy by summer 2017.
  • Peconic Crossing is a 45-unit apartment development for artists in Riverhead. This development will serve households of up to 90 percent AMI. This energy-efficient development will house an art gallery on its first floor.  Construction will commence in early 2017.

Home Improvement – Provides construction oversight, grants and low interest financing to lower income homeowners for home repairs. Last year, CDCLI renovated 70 single-family homes owned by low and moderate income families using $1.2 million in New York State grants.

Weatherization and Energy Efficiency– Enables Long Islanders to make their homes more energy efficient and healthier. In 2015, more than 360 owned or rented homes were renovated. CDCLI anticipates this $1.5 million investment will result in $138,400 in annual energy cost savings.

Healthy Homes Pilot Program – Establishes stronger ties with the health care industry by designing pioneering, innovative and impactful programs to achieve positive health care outcomes for very- low income vulnerable populations. This pilot launched in 2015 and included weatherization and renovation of a 30-unit apartment building in Hempstead, an assessment of the health and safety conditions of 260 Hempstead Housing Authority (HHA) apartments and homes, and a survey of the health needs of HHA residents.

In FY 2015, CDCLI served more than 170,000 Long Islanders and invested more than $102 million into served communities. This figure includes more than 500 households impacted by Hurricane Sandy via CDCLI’s proactive and responsive Sandy Housing Recovery Program.

The President/CEO oversees an 85-person staff and reports to a 15-member high-functioning Board of Directors that meets six times a year, with several active standing committees. The President/CEO also manages an 18-member Council of Advisors that meets semi-annually. CDCLI’s FY 2016 budget anticipates revenue of $74MM with an operating budget of approximately $14.7MM. Management of CDCLI also includes oversight of two separate 501c3 organizations - the CDCLI Housing Development Fund Corporation, an Article 11 affiliate organization; and the CDCLI Funding Corporation, a Community Development Financial Institution; as well as seven LLC operating entities for tax credit affordable rental developments.

The organization’s outgoing President/CEO is Marianne Garvin, a high-profile dynamic local and national leader in the sector who has served in leadership positions at CDCLI for more than 25 years. The President/CEO’s current executive management group includes two direct reports - the CFO/Treasurer and the Chief Operating Officer (COO) – as well as the Senior Vice President of Real Estate and Property Operations and the Vice President of Marketing and Development, both of whom report to the COO.

Position Summary:

Reporting to the Board of Directors, the President/CEO provides direction and leadership for the organization’s mission and vision, represents and speaks for the organization and its work, and works with the executive management group to advance CDCLI’s annual and strategic plans. The President/CEO is responsible for effective implementation of programs, management of CDCLI personnel, sound fiscal management, and furthering the organization’s agency strategic goals under the direction of the Board of Directors.

Toward these ends, near term priorities (next 12-18 months) for the President/CEO will include:

  • Overseeing completion of CDCLI’s next long-range strategic plan, with a beginning timeframe of January 2018; and the November 1, 2017-October 31, 2018 annual plan and budget
  • Growing CDCLI’s multi-family rental portfolio, including two projects (approximately 135 units of housing) currently in development and several additional projects in pre- development
  • Ensuring that annual programmatic and financial goals across business lines are met. This includes anticipating and proactively managing fluxes in public and private funding, particularly for areas such as homeownership and foreclosure prevention.
  • Continuing to identify and develop new programs to address unmet community needs, including securing new sources of funding to support these initiatives
  • Managing the implementation of recently launched programs, including rent-to-own housing, land bank partnerships, financial literacy programming and CDCLI’s health and housing initiative
  • Collaborating with the Board of Directors and partners to advance CDCLI’s regional and national role in developing and implementing innovative programs in the housing, community and economic development space

Responsibilities:

Primary responsibilities of the President/CEO include:

  • Leading the development and execution of the CDCLI strategic plan, which ensures the continued efficiency and effectiveness of CDCLI’s business operations and programs
  • Collaborating alongside and building relationships with government, non-profit and private- sector community partners in their collective efforts to address the housing and economic aspirations of individuals and families on Long Island
  • Attracting and retaining a productive workforce with an eye toward professional development and developing ‘bench strength’ for key leadership positions
  • Serving as CDCLI’s chief spokesperson in articulating the issue of housing in Long Island and in furthering CDCLI’s mission
  • Ensuring that the organization achieves its resource development goals necessary to achieve long-term financial stability while also meeting current operating needs
  • Supporting CDCLI’s Board of Directors in order to enhance the organization’s ability to carry out its mission

The Board of Directors anticipates a start-date for this position of Q1 2017, which aligns with the timeframe that the outgoing President/CEO plans to retire.

Requirements:

The President/CEO position demands a visionary, mission-oriented and highly skilled leader in a fast-paced environment with hard-working and dedicated staff. Ideal candidates for this position will bring a variety of experiences and attributes to the position, including:

  • Deep commitment to non-profits and experience with mission-driven community development
  • Excellent relationship-building and negotiation skills with high-level private and public-sector executives
  • Superior public speaking skills; willingness to travel locally, regionally and nationally to participate in key discussions and meetings
  • Effectiveness at communicating the value-add of an organization to public and private- sector partners at local, regional, state and federal levels
  • Desire to collaboratively partner with other organizations to achieve shared goals in new and creative ways; resourcefulness
  • Demonstrated ability to effectively work with Boards of Directors in furthering an organization’s mission
  • High degree of integrity and ethical principles
  • Proven experience leading and managing complex, fast-paced organizations using a performance-driven focus
  • Strong manager and leader of senior staff that represent a range of business lines, and a commitment to furthering a work culture that values accountability, transparency and collegiality
  • Experience interacting with multiple municipalities and municipal structures, each with their own unique way of operating
  • Subject-matter experience in:
    • Affordable housing development (including entitlement processes and joint-venture development agreements)
    • Real estate finance
    • Government programs and funding sources for affordable housing programs and services
    • Bachelor’s degree required; Masters preferred.

Compensation:

Salary will be competitive and commensurate with experience. Excellent benefits.

How to Apply:

The CDCLI Board has hired Raffa to assist with the executive search and transition. To apply, e- mail resume, cover letter and salary requirements to: CDCLI@raffa.com (e-mail applications are required and will only be accepted at this email address). For other inquiries contact:

Dave Erickson-Pearson, Raffa

Resume reviews  begin  immediately.  Interviews  will begin  in  early fall and  CDCLI  anticipates announcing the selection of the new executive in early 2017.

CDCLI seeks to provide equal employment opportunities to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, creed, religion, gender, sexual orientation, marital status, national origin, age, disability or protected status. CDCLI fully complies with all applicable federal, state, and local anti-discrimination laws.

Program Associate Entrepreneur Works
Philadelphia, PA
Job Function: Other
Posted: July 11, 2016

Background:

Entrepreneur Works is a non-profit organization that creates pathways of opportunity for talented yet underserved entrepreneurs. Across the Philadelphia region our clients start and grow small businesses, create jobs for themselves and their neighbors, and strengthen the local economy. As a non-profit organization offering access to small business loans, training, and one-on-one counseling, Entrepreneur Works empowers small business owners from all walks of life to prosper and build sustainable communities. We support hundreds of aspiring and established entrepreneurs each year, with a particular focus on those who are low- to moderate-income; women; immigrants; members of racial or ethnic minority groups; or are otherwise underserved.

Since 1998 Entrepreneur Works has impacted approximately 4,500 microenterprises and advanced 423 microloans, investing a total of more than $1.4 million directly into neighborhood businesses. At least 87% of our clients identified as members of a racial minority, while 73% resided in low- to moderate-income households and 63% were women in Fiscal Year 2015. Entrepreneur Works became a certified Community Development Financial Institution (CDFI) by the United States Department of Treasury in 1999, and received recertification in 2013.

Position Summary:

Entrepreneur Works seeks a part-time Program Associate to assist our Director of Entrepreneurial Services with marketing, community outreach, strategic partnerships, and program development and implementation. The Program Associate will coordinate and assist with managing classes and workshops, promote all programs, and maintain all data and reporting requirements.

Responsibilities:

Marketing/Outreach

  • Conducting  marketing/outreach strategies for programs and services, distributing promotional materials; developing and maintaining relationships with key organizations that provide access to our target population
  • Establishing strategic partnerships with organizations/businesses, etc.
  • Conducting on-going marketing activities targeted to Entrepreneur Works’ existing customers, customer database, and target market
  • Developing and implementing innovative marketing initiatives in order to reach target client demographics
  • Identifying opportunities and representing the organization at networking events, business fairs, and other events 
  • Ensuring all goals are reached concerning participation in Entrepreneur Works’ events
  • Manage digital marketing activities including social media platforms; email marketing; blogs etc.
  • Recruiting participants for all Entrepreneur Works Entrepreneur Services programs

Program Administration and Development 

  • Assist facilitators with coordinating and managing groups and their activities including:
    • Executing enrollment process for all Entrepreneur Services programs
    • Coordinating/scheduling/hosting workshops, meetings, networking events, etc.
    • Securing workshop/meeting/networking event facilities and resources (i.e. presentation equipment, materials, instructors/guest speakers, etc.)
    • Corresponding with business development consultants, instructors, guests, etc
    • Assisting Director with creating services and programs
  • Maintaining and executing all reporting requirements for Entrepreneur Works’ Programs (including data input, writing program reports, files, etc.)
  • Maintaining and executing all client data input required for program reports and statistics
  • Manage client data base system (TEA)
  • Drafting program reports for Board meetings
  • Other duties as assigned by the Director of Entrepreneurial Services

Requirements:

This position requires an energetic, flexible, highly detailed-oriented and organized individual with superior written and verbal communication skills who thrives in a fast-paced, deadline-oriented work environment and as part of a dynamic, multicultural team of talented professionals. The ideal candidate will be passionate about our mission, has a commitment to excellence, and can demonstrate a proven ability to multitask, prioritize and manage projects under tight deadlines.

  • College degree preferred
  • 1-3 years experience in an office environment
  • Extensive computer skills. Experience with Microsoft Office Suite (especially Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Adobe); ability to learn new software applications quickly
  • Proven skills in social networking (i.e. Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, etc.)
  • Superior verbal and writing communication skills
  • 1-3 years’ experience in program administration preferred
  • Public speaking and presentation skills
  • Highly organized and detail-oriented
  • Ability to multi-task
  • Creative and critical thinking skills
  • Ability to effectively communicate with people from various backgrounds
  • Has demonstrated experience in community outreach
  • Must be committed to Entrepreneur Works’ mission of growing successful businesses in low- and moderate-income communities.

Compensation:

Part time hourly position. Commensurate with experience.

How to Apply:

Please email a cover letter and resume (with “Program Associate'” in the subject line) to Tanya Grinblat: tgrinblat@entre-works.org. No phone calls please.

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