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Analyst, New Markets Tax Credits Nonprofit Finance Fund
New York, NY
Job Function: Lending/Loan Operations
Posted: February 14, 2020

Background:

What We Do:

NFF works toward a more just and vibrant society through:

Financing that helps nonprofits and social enterprises expand opportunity in low- and middle-income communities.

Consulting that helps nonprofits and funders connect money to mission and community impact.

Partnering with service providers, funders, and investors to turn money and goodwill into positive outcomes.

Learning that shares experiences and expertise – from ideas to anecdotes to cutting-edge data and analysis.

Nonprofit Finance Fund® (NFF®) advances missions and social progress in underserved communities through financing, consulting, partnerships, and knowledge-sharing. A leading Community Development Financial Institution (CDFI), NFF currently manages over $329 million. Since 1980, we have provided $871 million in financing and access to additional capital in support of over $2.9 billion in projects for thousands of organizations nationwide.

Position Summary:

Nonprofit Finance Fund (NFF) is a nonprofit community development financial institution (CDFI) that provides innovative financing to mission-driven organizations. One of our financing products is the New Markets Tax Credit, a federal program that encourages investments for projects that benefit low-income communities and low-income people. These benefits may be in the form of new jobs or new goods and services. The tax credits are awarded by the U.S. Department of Treasury, Community Development Financial Institution Fund “the “CDFI Fund”) on a competitive basis. NFF is a nine-time awardee and has received a total of $401 million in allocation. NFF deploys the tax credits to nonprofit organizations that create or expand health, education, workforce and human services for underserved people. Our NMTC team is currently seeking an individual to join us in our work.

The Analyst is an entry-level position with the NMTC team that helps manage the ongoing reporting and compliance activities of NFF’s NMTC investments, currently a $176 million portfolio. Your work involves three major components: Asset Management, Compliance, and Servicing. You will have responsibility for making sure these aspects of our operations run smoothly, effectively, and in accordance with current rules and regulations, as well as with NFF policies and procedures. You will be in a reporting structure that includes the Director and Manager of NMTC and will work closely with members of the Finance and Administration, Portfolio Management, and CDFI Lending teams. This position will provide the opportunity to gain exposure to, training in and experience with important aspects of community development lending and operations.

This position is based in NFF’s New York office. This position will report to the Manager, NMTC.

Responsibilities:

Monitor borrower loan payment activity and support the preparation of annual audited financial statements;
Assist with cash management and loan servicing activities, such as invoice distribution monitoring incoming payments, and processing outgoing payments and distributions;
Collect and monitor required financial statements, reports, and compliance certificates to ensure reporting is completed on-time and in accordance with all reporting requirements;
Collect and manage annual community impact reporting for each project;
Identify and address compliance issues, and in coordination with investors and co-lenders, identify strategies and implement procedures to improve project performance and/or mitigate risks;
Manage project-level reporting, including review and compilation of information for NFF’s ongoing reporting obligations to investors and the CDFI Fund;
Assist in loan closing by negotiating payment and reporting terms according to NFF’s requirements;
Serve as the primary contact for borrowers, investors, and participant lenders on loan performance, projected and actual outcomes, and project information;
And manage NFF’s external NMTC Advisory Board including performing NMTC compliance tests for the Board member accountability requirements and preparing meeting agendas and minutes.

Requirements:

Essential Requirements for Education and/or Experience:
Bachelor’s degree or equivalent combination of education and experience.
0-3 years of work experience, preferably in the fields of financial services, accounting, operations, regulatory compliance, and/or community development.
An organized and meticulous approach to work with strong attention to detail.
Strong time management, multi-tasking, and organizational abilities, and ability to coordinate and prioritize among conflicting demands and deadlines.
Excellent Microsoft Excel skills required in addition to proficiency with other Microsoft Office applications.
Self-motivated team player with excellent multi-tasking skills, excellent follow-up skills, and strong attention to detail.
Strong written and verbal communication skills.
Possess good networking, relationship management, and customer service skills.

Specialized Knowledge/Beneficial Skills and Experience:
Familiarity with real estate and financing terminology and related concepts
Familiarity with nonprofit accounting
Experience with the NMTC program
Knowledge of Salesforce

Compensation:

All salaries are commensurate with experience and include an attractive benefits package.

How to Apply:

Apply directly here: https://nonprofitfinancefund.applytojob.com/apply/IQcGsfQB6a/Analyst-New...

Relationship Manager II - Community Development Banking PNC Bank
Troy; Kalamazoo; or Lansing, MI
Job Function: Financial Services
Posted: February 13, 2020

Background:

For more than 160 years, we have been committed to supporting our customers, communities, employees and shareholders. At PNC, we are proud of our longstanding history of building strong communities that create financial opportunities for individuals, families and businesses.

The commitment to creating a differentiated experience for our customers is driven by our commitment to doing the same for our employees. That means providing employees with the opportunities to make an impact, develop and grow, and be part of an inclusive culture where everyone is valued. It’s how we make sure that we have the right people, in the right roles, doing their best work for our customers.

PNC also offers customers – from individuals and small businesses, to corporations and government entities – a wide range of products and services. No matter how simple or complicated your needs, we're sure to have the products, knowledge and resources necessary to help you meet your financial goals.

Position Summary:

At PNC, our people are our greatest differentiator and competitive advantage in the markets we serve. We are all united in delivering the best experience for our customers. As a Relationship Manager II within PNC's Community Development Banking organization, you will be based in Lansing, Kalamazoo, or Troy, MI.

PNC’s Community Development Banking is a team dedicated to improving low-to-moderate income neighborhoods and the quality of life for low and moderate income people. We focus on meeting community needs through community development loans, investments, financial education and other technical expertise. In this position, through extensive outreach in lower income communities you will originate community development loans and investments while inspiring service partners to get involved. PNC provides nontraditional capital for high-impact development projects and provides capital for reinvestment into local businesses. If you are committed to building a better community, we respond with creativity and flexibility through various financing options in collaboration with local, state, and federal agencies. Examples of community development include affordable housing, funding for services that meet community needs, economic development projects that create or retain jobs for lower income people and neighborhood revitalization projects. We work with not-for profit and for-profit developers to address those needs. Successful candidates will have a deep understanding of low-to-moderate income populations and communities and be able to create financial solutions that address their needs.

Responsibilities:

Job Description

Coordinates relationship management activities with new and/or existing clients in a book of business to grow sales, revenue and market share with relevant sales goals. Typically works with clients with moderate levels of risk and complexity of needs. Generally works with a moderate degree of supervision.
Works within stated guidelines to acquire and/or expand and retain client relationships to generate revenue and deepen share of wallet. Handles the origination, financial analysis, negotiation and documentation of credit and non-credit products and services.
Manages risk/return and drives quality for new and/or existing clients. Actively identifies and mitigates different types of risk, such as regulatory, reputational, operational and credit risks.
Focuses on client opportunities by providing ideas and insights based on an understanding of the client's needs and their financial well-being. Focuses on increasing client engagement and loyalty.
Manages effective network of internal and external relationships, such as community or industry relationships, to actively acquire new clients and/or expand existing clients and enhance the client experience. Focuses on bringing entire bank to the client by presenting the full range of PNC's products and services. Leverages reporting and sales tools to proactively identify and successfully convert sales opportunities.
As defined with the business, demonstrates ability to analyze, evaluate and mitigate credit risk for more complex credit requests by utilizing knowledge of advanced credit fundamentals and internal credit policies.
PNC Employees take pride in our reputation and to continue building upon that we expect our employees to be:

Customer Focused - Knowledgeable of the values and practices that align customer needs and satisfaction as primary considerations in all business decisions and able to leverage that information in creating customized customer solutions.
Managing Risk - Assessing and effectively managing all of the risks associated with their business objectives and activities to ensure they adhere to and support PNC's Enterprise Risk Management Framework.

Requirements:

Roles at this level typically require a university / college degree, with 5+ years of industry-relevant experience. Specific certifications are often required. In lieu of a degree, a comparable combination of education and experience (including military service) may be considered.

PNC provides equal employment opportunity to qualified persons regardless of race, color, sex, religion, national origin, age, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability, veteran status, or other categories protected by law.

Compensation:

competitive

How to Apply:

Visit www.pnc.jobs and search keyword 'R015702'.

Executive Assistant Bridgeway Capital, Inc.
Pittsburgh, PA
Job Function: Administrative/Operations/IT
Posted: February 11, 2020

Background:

Bridgeway Capital Inc. headquartered in Pittsburgh, Pa., makes Western Pennsylvania a thriving region for all by promoting economic opportunity and community revitalization in South Western PA. As a nonprofit corporation founded in 1990, Bridgeway Capital serves 15 counties from three offices. Bridgeway Capital has placed more than 1,400 loans and $188 million in capital directly into the region, supporting $470 million in additional investment and helping to create or retain more than 11,000 jobs. It manages $100 million in capital. It is a market driven, private-sector financial intermediary with a social mission. Bridgeway Capital made over $23 million in loans in 2019 and is certified as a Community development Financial Institution by the U.S. Treasury Department.

Learn more at www.bridgewaycapital.org.

Position Summary:

Bridgeway Capital is seeking an Executive Assistant, reporting to the CEO. The executive assistant will be a trusted and strategic partner to the CEO and will assist other members of the senior staff as directed by the CEO. This role will support the CEO to more effectively and efficiently manage time, execute projects, complete day-to-day operational tasks and provide clear and consistent communication to the Board of Directors and key stakeholders.

Responsibilities:

• Manage the CEO’s calendar and appointments, including adding, canceling and editing meeting requests, as well as ensuring logistical details are in place
• Review and respond to emails, and prioritize and categorize emails for the CEO
• Draft letters and documents
• Plan, schedule, and coordinate Board of Directors and Board Committee meetings
• Prepare agendas and record minutes of Board and Board Committee meetings
• Prepare mailings for the CEO
• Receive visitors in a courteous and efficient manner
• Directs inquiries to the appropriate staff based on knowledge of departmental roles and responsibilities
• Participate in and assist with organizational events
• Assist the CEO with preparation of reports and presentations
• Collect all receipts and complete expense reports for the President
• Develop relationships with assistants for key contacts
• Prepare daily schedules and meeting materials for the CEO
• Discreetly handle sensitive and confidential information

Requirements:

• Minimum of four years executive level administrative work preferred
• High School diploma or GED
• Associates or Bachelor’s degree preferred
• Skill with Microsoft Word, Excel, Powerpoint, and Outlook
• High level of discretion and confidentiality
• Strong organization skills with ability to prioritize and follow through on tasks
• Ability to work well independently or under direction
• Attention to detail and a no-task-too-small approach to work
• Ability to multi-task, manage high levels of information flow, and meet demanding deadlines
• Strong written and verbal communications skills
• Commitment to Bridgeway’s mission of making a positive impact in western Pennsylvania by promoting economic opportunity

Compensation:

Competitive salary based on qualifications. Comprehensive benefit package includes health, dental, vision, life and disability insurance, retirement plan and flexible spending accounts. Bridgeway Capital is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

How to Apply:

Interested candidates should submit a resume and cover letter to T.J. Bogdewic, President & CEO, via email at tbogdewic@bridgewaycapital.org.

Chief Financial & Administrative Officer Climate Advisers
Washington, DC
Job Function: Administrative/Operations/IT
Posted: February 10, 2020

Background:

Climate Advisers is seeking an experienced Chief Financial & Administrative Officer (CFAO) to provide strategic financial expertise and leadership to the organization. The CFAO serves as a key member of the executive team, supporting Climate Advisers’ mission to strengthen climate action in the United States and around the world. The position is ideal for someone who has experience working with nonprofits/NGOs on international government grants and is eager to work on addressing one of the greatest challenges of our time. The work environment is fast-paced, flexible and nimble, yet offers the benefits of a professional and mature organization.

The Organization
Founded in 2008, Climate Advisers is a group of policy, research and advocacy organizations working to deliver the post-carbon economy. It is comprised of Climate Advisers Inc. (CAI), a consultancy; Climate Advisers Trust (CAT), a US nonprofit; and Climate Advisers UK (CA UK), a UK nonprofit. In the United States and around the world, Climate Advisers creates and implements large-scale, cost-effective strategies to strengthen climate action and improve lives. The organization works in partnership with leading philanthropies, think tanks, advocacy groups, international institutions, companies and governments. By understanding complex policy and political challenges, Climate Advisers brings together globally recognized thought leaders around:
• Forests, Lands, Oceans: Its largest portfolio, Climate Advisers works to reduce emissions from deforestation and strengthen the role of natural climate solutions.
• Energy: Climate Advisers promotes clean energy policy to deliver the low carbon economy.
• Financial Markets: Climate Advisers identifies climate and sustainability risks.
• Diplomacy: Climate Advisers creates and implements strategies to strengthen international climate cooperation.
• US Policy & Politics: Climate Advisers develops sound policy solutions in Washington, DC and across the US.
Climate Advisers offers an award-winning culture and a beautiful office environment in Washington, DC, that emphasizes transparency, risk taking and collaboration. Climate Advisors is currently in a period of growth and has nearly two dozen employees and an annual revenue in excess of $5 million. The organization is governed by a five-member Board of Directors. For more information, please visit https://www.climateadvisers.com/.

Position Summary:

Reporting to the CEO, the CFAO shapes Climate Advisers’ long-term business strategy, while developing and implementing policies and procedures to ensure good governance, including sound financial controls. The CFAO oversees and manages the finances for all three entities (with CAT being the largest), human resources, information systems, contracts, and facilities. Direct reports include the Human Resources Director, Executive & Program Assistant, and an accounting/finance contractor.

Responsibilities:

Working with the CEO, VP & Head of Programs and other staff, the CFAO will focus on the following priorities:
• Ensuring funding flows appropriately across legal entities (CAI, CAT, CA UK).
• Assuring Climate Advisers manages its grant reporting and compliance with foreign funders and investors.
• Strengthening financial systems and other internal systems and processes.
• Continuously improving the organization’s fiscal function and performance.
• Supporting the program teams with budgeting and program management; improving the budgeting process across the organization.
• Working collaboratively with the Climate Advisers’ operations team to share knowledge across the organization.
In addition to these key priorities, the CFAO is responsible for the following:
Financial and Strategic Planning:
• Prepare annual budgets and financial targets for strategic plan, and support CEO in strategic planning processes and business analysis.
• Perform ongoing financial analysis; develop financial reports, and present financial information to the team, Board, funders, and partners in an accurate and timely manner.
• Manage organizational cash flow and forecasting on a monthly basis.
• Ensure that a robust contracts management and financial management/reporting system are in place.
Accounting, Budgeting and Financial Controls:
• Manage all day-to-day financial activities, including coordinating and overseeing bookkeeping, accounts receivable and accounts payable, journal entries (e.g., for accruals, payroll), fixed asset control, monthly account and bank reconciliations, QuickBooks, and preparing monthly and year-end closing.
• Maintain and implement necessary business and accounting policies, procedures and practices to support Climate Advisers’ various entities.
• Coordinate audits and tax return filings with outside auditors, tax accountants, and payroll company tax filing service.
• Support Grants Administrator on proposals, budgets and donor regulation compliance for subgrantees and subcontractors.
HR, Operations and Information Technology:
• Oversee the Director of Human Resources, ensuring that HR best practices are in place, and that all entities (CAI, CAT, and CA-UK) follow HR policies and procedures, and federal, state, local and international regulations.
• With HR Director, oversee compensation and benefits, run semi-monthly payrolls, and ensure performance reviews and development plans are done regularly.
• Act as member of the Investment Committee and oversee the 401(k) administration and investment decisions; liaise with CAT Board committees.
• Oversee contract review and approval for new clients and/or projects as well as partners, subgrantees and contractors.
• Oversee contracts with IT consultant, including procurement, installation and maintenance of all IT hardware and software; coordinate software packages.
• Maintain facilities, office equipment, supplies, liaising on building management as needed.
Climate Advisers uses a variety of tools to support its operations: Gmail, Dropbox, Slack, Tsheets, Zoom, Adobe, Microsoft Office, QuickBooks, Bill.com, Asana and Nexonia.

Requirements:

Highly qualified candidates will share Climate Advisers’ vision to shape the low-carbon economy and contribute to a positive workplace. The ideal candidate will bring the following:
• 15+ years of accounting or finance experience.
• Minimum 7 years of corporate and/or nonprofit accounting experience with exposure to finance and accounting management at the Director or CFAO level.
• Experience in nonprofit and grants accounting and reporting to bilateral or multilateral donors; preference for experience with NGO/international development funding streams.
• Solid understanding of accounting processes and procedures based on GAAP.
• Significant experience working with external auditors, internal controls and compliance-related responsibilities.
• Demonstrated leadership abilities and executive presence; with the ability to coach, motivate and lead staff.
• Strong communication skills, both written and verbal, as well as presentation skills.
• Strong organizational skills and the ability to prioritize and perform detail-oriented work with a high level of accuracy.
• Excellent analytical, reasoning and problem-solving skills.
• Demonstrated ability to handle confidential and sensitive information.
• Advanced Excel and QuickBooks skills, and familiarity with other online accounting services such as Bill.com, time and expense reporting systems, etc.
• Bachelor’s Degree in Accounting, Finance or related field.
• CPA or MBA preferred.

Compensation:

Salary will be competitive and commensurate with experience.

How to Apply:

To apply, upload resume, cover letter, and salary requirements at https://curawebservices.mindscope.com/RAFFA04463_CURA/Aspx/form.aspx?lan...
Please direct all inquiries to Raffa-Marcum’s Nonprofit & Social Sector Group, who is conducting the search. Contact: Ginna Goodenow-Schirf, Ginna.Goodenow-Schirf@marcumllp.com. Resume reviews begin immediately.

Climate Advisers Trust is committed to Equal Employment Opportunity and strives to select the best-qualified person for each position in the organization. We enthusiastically accept our responsibility to make employment decisions without regard to race, religion, color, age, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, national origin, ancestry, citizenship status, marital status, disability, military service or veteran status, genetic information, or any other classification protected by applicable federal, state, and local laws and ordinances.

About Raffa – Marcum’s Nonprofit & Social Sector Group
Raffa – Marcum’s Nonprofit & Social Sector Group is working with Climate Advisers to advance the search. Founded in 1984 as Raffa PC and merged with Marcum LLP in 2018, we are a mission-driven professional services firm seeking to do more for nonprofits and socially conscious companies like Climate Advisers. Learn more about our work at http://marcumllp.com/industries/nonprofit-social-sector.

Executive Assistant Housing Assistance Council
Washington, DC
Job Function: Administrative/Operations/IT
Posted: February 10, 2020

Background:

The HOUSING ASSISTANCE COUNCIL (HAC) is a national nonprofit dedicated to helping rural organizations build affordable homes and vibrant communities. We provide technical assistance, training, affordable loans, research, and information to improve conditions for the rural poor, with an emphasis on working with the poorest of the poor in the most rural places.

Position Summary:

The Executive Assistant supports the work of HAC’s Chief Executive Officer (CEO) and Board of Directors. The position is a blend of administrative work and project assignments for an early career professional. The candidate will manage the CEO’s calendar, organize meetings, plan events, and make travel arrangements while working on special initiatives and assignments as the candidate grows into a career in policy, program administration or nonprofit management.

Responsibilities:

Support the CEO
• Manage the CEO’s schedule, including the full coordination of internal and external meetings, preparation of materials, reserving locations, and establishing video and voice connections. Proactively ensure that meetings and appointments involving the CEO are well-organized and remain on schedule.
• Draft correspondence, internal administrative material, briefing material, and various other communications from the CEO to internal and external stakeholders.
• Cultivate relationships and maintain contact with external stakeholders and their administrative assistants on behalf of the CEO.
• Represent the CEO: welcome visitors; meet with individuals, special interest groups, and others; track and manage internal and external correspondence and appropriately flag for action; and address questions and meeting requests.
• Work on projects and policy initiatives with a high degree of professionalism, sensitivity to important relationships, and attentiveness to issues requiring the CEO’s direct attention.

Administrative
• Manage the general operations of HAC’s Board of Directors, which includes planning and attending quarterly meetings, drafting agenda, supporting staff and board member presentations and recording proceedings.
• Coordinate travel arrangements, including ground and air transportation and lodging, for HAC leadership, conference speakers, and the Board of Directors.
• Be an affable and responsive point of contact for board members and staff.
• Maintain corporate documents and contact information for internal and external stakeholders.
• Make all arrangements and provide on-site coordination for conferences and special events.Housing Assistance Council

Program Support
• Perform special assignments and initiatives that extend HAC’s positive impact on federal housing policy and rural community development by collaborating with others, problemsolving, monitoring and reporting progress, and adjusting plans as needed.
• Conduct research, compile data, and prepare material for consideration and presentation by HAC CEO, senior leadership, and the Board of Directors.
• Prepare reports, memos, letters, invoices, financial statements, and other documents using word processing, spreadsheet, database, or presentation software.

HAC has a warm and welcoming work environment with a close-knit staff. We are passionate about the fight for a more equitable and just nation. We succeed through innovation, hard work, and compassion. Our office is professional, diverse, and fun. Our staff is our greatest asset, working with skill and experience to help small towns and rural regions develop into vibrant and prosperous communities.

The Executive Assistant is in a visible position with a front row view into policy making and program administration at a prominent national organization, with colleagues who are smart, mission-driven, and collaborative. This includes connecting with local leaders and rural groups from across the country through HAC’s training, technical assistance, and lending programs.Housing Assistance Council

Our organization was born of the civil rights movement to promote a diverse and inclusive voice for rural communities. For 50 years, our staff and Board have come predominantly from communities of color, working class and high-poverty regions, and groups with less access to opportunity such as women and LGBTQ people. These communities are centered in the work we do, hence we strongly encourage applications from people with these identities or who are members of other marginalized communities. HAC is committed to Equal Employment Opportunity without regard for race, ethnicity, gender, protected veteran status, disability, sexual orientation, gender identity or any other protected status under applicable law.

Candidates with Spanish and other language skills are strongly encouraged to apply. HAC works in border colonias, farmworker communities, tribal lands, and other settings in which language
diversity helps us succeed. Employees are expected to be able to read, write, and speak English,as it is the language used most often with customers and stakeholders. The physical requirements for the Executive Assistant are customary to an office setting, seated or standing at a desk with standard office equipment and technology. Reasonable accommodations will gladly be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform essential job functions. The employee must be able to lift up to 15 pounds at times

Requirements:

Bachelor’s degree strongly preferred;
• Work experience in a professional office setting, ideally supporting C-level executives, elected officials, and/or members of a board of directors;
• Able to master Microsoft Outlook, Word, PowerPoint, and Excel, as well as social media, customer relationship management, and project management software;
• Interest in advancing to a career in public policy, community development, housing finance, or other area of HAC’s business;
• Highly organized, attends to details, and able to manage multiple assignments at once;
• Demonstrated ability to use logic and reasoning to identify the strengths and weaknesses of alternative solutions or approaches to problems;
• Versatile writing skills, including the ability to compose superior formal business correspondence and other professional documents;
• Excellent verbal, interpersonal, and customer service skills;
• Knowledge and execution of high-level and strict confidentiality protocols, as well as use of professional judgment and discretion; and last but not least;
• A positive, outgoing, fun coworker with a sense of humor and a can-do spirit.

Compensation:

HAC offers competitive wages, growth opportunities and excellent benefits, including highquality health insurance with dental and vision coverage; life insurance; a retirement plan with
employer match; and other work/life benefits. Salary range is $35,000 to $50,000

How to Apply:

Please email a resume and brief cover letter to jobs@ruralhome.org with “Executive Assistant” in the subject line. Applications considered as received, with interviews starting immediately.

Controller Juma Ventures
San Francisco, CA
Job Function: Finance
Posted: February 9, 2020

Background:

Juma Ventures strives to break the cycle of poverty by paving the way to work, education and financial capability for youth across America. Founded in 1993 with a single Ben & Jerry’s Shop in San Francisco, Juma’s initial business (social enterprise) was designed to give homeless youth the training and job experience they needed to transition from living on the streets to enjoying a stable adulthood. Since then, Juma has become a nationally recognized youth development organization focused on employment, financial capability, and career supportive services.

Juma has experienced unprecedented growth over the last five years, expanding to six U.S. cities. Today, Juma operates over 20 concession businesses and in 2020 will employ over 700 youth at major sports and entertainment venues across the United States (Atlanta, Houston, Sacramento, San Francisco, Santa Jose, Seattle).

As one of the country's largest youth-run social enterprises, Juma has now employed more than 6,500 low-income youth who have generated $30 million in enterprise revenue and earned $8 million in wages. Our strong leadership, dedicated staff and committed funding partners have led to numerous awards including the National Youth Employment Coalition's PEPNet Award for Promising and Effective Practices, the National Organization of the Year from the Social Enterprise Alliance and the winner of the Social Impact Exchange ‘Scaling Business Plan’ competition for our national expansion efforts. More recently, after just four years in operation, Juma Seattle won the 2017 Gold Award at the Seattle Business Magazine's Community Impact Awards for Youth Development Non-Profit of the Year.

Juma is looking for great people who share our passion for working with youth and for using business as a tool for sustainable social impact. Our workplace is supportive, open, inclusive and relevant, focused on youth, empowerment, dedication and respect. Our four core values are youth first, stronger together, respect & appreciation, and integrity & transparency.

Position Summary:

The Controller works in the national office in San Francisco, CA under the direction of the COO/CFO, supervising the accounting team and working closely with a Financial Analyst. This position provides assistance to a national 501c(3) organization and works closely with all departments to maintain accurate and complete financial records for the agency. This position will cross train and provide backup for payroll processing, AP, AR, and other accounting and finance duties.

Responsibilities:

Duties and Responsibilities
● Enforce accounting procedures and controls; ensure spending is in accordance with Juma policies
● Back up and supervise the bi-weekly payroll, post payroll journal entry and reconcile payroll accounts
● Maintain chart of accounts, reconcile general ledger (P&L/Balance Sheet oversight & management)
● Perform and manage Accounts Payable and Accounts Receivable activities: including entries, reconciliations, cutting checks, and making journal entries as necessary
● Ensure funder, donor, and government compliance is maintained
● Assist in accurate and timely monthly, quarterly, and year-end closes and financial reporting
● Support development team’s efforts in grant application budgets, track funding allocations, and submit reports to funders when applicable
● Project cash balances, ensure cash on hand is adequate and in accordance with Juma directives
● Assist staff in budget tracking and variance reporting
● Compile and report key business metrics
● Ensure department’s records are filed and/or stored digitally
● Prepare agency audits and supporting schedules
● Prepare business compliance filings such as 1099’s, payroll, and sales tax
● Assist with all applicable audits and third party requests, including reviewing financial statements and supporting documentation/schedules, and meeting with auditors as necessary
● Communicate with vendors, government entities, and staff members; provide timely responses to telephone and written inquiries
● Obtain and maintain a thorough understanding of financial reporting and ledger structure
● Recommend and upon approval, execute improvements to accounting software (NetSuite) and accounting procedures
● Ensure procedures conform to Generally Accepted Accounting Principles ("GAAP")
● Assist with internal and external projects, functions, and activities as assigned

Requirements:

Qualifications
● Bachelor and/or masters degree in accounting and/or finance desirable
● Minimum of five (5) years (3 in nonprofit) of related experience in accounting or finance
● High professional and ethical standards for handling confidential information
● Strong research, analytical and problem solving skills; strong attention to detail and accuracy
● High intermediate to advanced skills in Excel
● Deep understanding of GAAP accounting and accounting best practices
● Possess flexibility and initiative, as well as the ability to work independently, leadership abilities combined with the skills for thriving in a team environment to achieve shared goals
● Ability to write high quality reports, business correspondence, and procedures/directions.
● Demonstrates passion for Juma's mission
● Ability to get along well with diverse personalities; tactful, mature, and flexible
● Deep understanding of payroll and accounting systems (ADP and NetSuite/ERP preferred)
● Advanced computer skills in core areas (PCs, Microsoft Office suite, Internet, etc.)
● Demonstrates personal responsibility by meeting commitments on time, accepts accountability, handles changes, sets personal standards and boundaries
● Ability to organize and complete multiple tasks simultaneously and prioritization to meet deadlines
● Must be able to sit and view computer screens for extended periods of time
● Passionate about Juma’s values: youth first, stronger together, respect & appreciation, and transparency & integrity.
● LGBTQ, bicultural, and/or minority applicants as well as applicants experienced within foster care systems are especially encouraged to apply
● All prospective staff will be fingerprinted and submit a criminal background check

Compensation:

Starting Salary: Salary and benefits will be competitive and commensurate with experience

How to Apply:

Please submit the following to Cassandra Yee, Chief People Officer & General Counsel at cassandray@juma.org:
1. A thoughtful cover letter outlining your interest in the position and how your qualifications align with the above requirements and Juma’s focus and mission
2. Current resume
3. Salary requirements

Due to the volume of responses, only candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.

Loan Officer Baltimore Business Lending
Baltimore, MD
Job Function: Lending/Loan Operations
Posted: February 7, 2020

Background:

Baltimore Business Lending is nonprofit CDFI that provides capital to startup and emerging small businesses that are otherwise creditworthy, but lack the equity or collateral necessary for traditional lending resources. Our mission is to ensure access to capital for small business creation in Baltimore City, which will in turn provide employment opportunities to strengthen the economy of the city and increase the availability of goods and services to Baltimore City neighborhoods.

Position Summary:

This position provides lending support to the Director of BBL. The primary function is to work with potential borrowers to assist them in completing every step in their application for a loan to establish or strengthen a small business in Baltimore City. A drive to assist people to access capital in order to achieve financial success and improve the overall economy of Baltimore City is a key requirement. We are committed to being as supportive as possible and the candidate, in addition to experience with small business financing, will need to understand how to mitigate unnecessary risk. Outreach and marketing, being able to take a complete application, assisting in providing client services are important requirements for this position. This position requires a significant amount of customer contact. The primary functions of the position are to help existing and potential entrepreneurs access the capital they need to start or grow their businesses, and to help grow the Baltimore City economy while providing opportunity for wealth building to its citizens.

Responsibilities:

- Regularly attend outreach events, (networking events, speed dating events, branch manager meetings, etc.) to inform potential applicants, referral sources and the public about the BBL program, including general guidelines, eligibility and application requirements, regulations and procedures governing BBL loan products.
- Develop and expand outreach opportunities and referral sources for continued program growth.
- Work with potential applicants from beginning to end of the loan process, including referrals to technical assistance providers, loan application, underwriting, settlements, and servicing.
- Monitor and manage all loan applications through the LendingFront system, including inquiries, intake of loan applications, underwriting, closing, servicing and reporting.
- Review and analyze loan applications that are found to be program eligible for financial feasibility consistent with BBL underwriting standards and approved loan policies and procedures, which review shall include, but not be limited to the following:
o Full Business Plan, including a Marketing Plan,

o Accuracy and completeness of required documents,

o Availability of proposed funding including other funding sources,

o Accuracy, rationality and completeness of projected operating expenses and debt service,

o Eligibility for the program including market feasibility, ability to handle proposed rents and carrying costs,

o Site visits,

o Personal and phone interviews,

o Review of public records, etc. as needed,

o Review of neighborhood condition,

o Any other information relevant to loan feasibility analysis.

- Underwrite each loan based on normal guidelines for small business loans and the additional loan overlays and guidelines provided by BBL. Present each loan application with a recommendation for approval or denial, (as well as recommendations for other variables including loan amount, loan term, and interest only payments), to the Director of BBL for review of the decision based on the underwriting guidelines and financing capacity of BBL.
- Prepare Credit Memos, Commitment Letters, Closing Packages, and other documentation in accordance with BBL procedures. Ensure all documents are completed and submitted to the Director, Finance Manager and LendingFront, as appropriate, to ensure approved loans are funded, ACH withdrawals are arranged, UCC Financing Statements are filed, etc.
- Advise and assist any partnering Originators in making BBL loans. Review all Credit Memos and recommendations submitted by partnering Originators and make a recommendation to the Director.
- Develop, maintain and continuously update directly applicable laws, regulations, guidelines and procedures affecting BBL products or programs for which the loan officer has responsibility. This includes knowledge of basic eligibility, financial, market and physical feasibility requirements and all other factors affecting approval or disapproval of loan applications.
- Conduct site visits for potential transactions to observe current environment for consistency and reasonableness of the project and existing neighborhood conditions. Conduct scheduled follow-up site visits of all BBL borrowers and ensure all required and appropriate forms and financials are completed and submitted in a timely manner.
- Keep the Director informed of significant progress or problems as they arise in connection with each loan application, and seek assistance to resolve problems as appropriate.
- Complete and submit regularly required reports, such as loan pipeline reports, through the LendingFront system and otherwise as appropriate. Present reports to the Board of Directors and others as required.
- Assist the Finance Department/Portfolio team in performing annual loan reviews.
- Demonstrate a proficiency in effectively communicating technical concepts, writing letters, memoranda, loan summaries, position papers.
- Supervise maintenance of official files, organized in the standard BBL/BCL prescribed manner, properly secured and available in the prescribed location.
- Assist in the monitoring, evaluation and review of the LendingFront system to help ensure accuracy and efficiency of loan operations.
- Work as a team member, ever conscious of deadline needs, workflow and assignment schedules.

Requirements:

Minimum undergraduate or college degree with five (5) or more years’ experience including 1) lending experience, in business finance lending, (SBA lending experience a plus); 2) work experience or familiarity with community development a plus 3) strong communication, writing and 4) proficient computer skills including Microsoft Excel, Outlook, Word, and Power Point.

Compensation:

Compensation, paid as a salary with benefits, is commensurate with experience and qualifications. The excellent benefits package includes 401k plan with match, health insurance, life and disability insurance, and paid annual leave.

How to Apply:

Please submit a cover letter, resume and salary requirements with “Loan Officer” in the subject line to Bonnie.Crockett@BClending.org

Director of Lending Washington Area Community Investment Fund
Washington, DC
Job Function: Lending/Loan Operations
Posted: February 7, 2020

Background:

Since its inception in 1987, the Washington Area Community Investment Fund (Wacif) has closed nearly 400 loans totaling more than $32 million in strategic financing for small business startup and growth, affordable housing developments and cooperatives, and childcare and community facilities throughout the Washington, DC, metropolitan region. Wacif is a nonprofit Community Development Financial Institution (CDFI), and over the past five years has closed nearly 130 loans totaling $8 million, assisted over 2,000 entrepreneurs with small business coaching and technical assistance, resulting in over 300 local jobs created or retained.

Position Summary:

The Washington Area Community Investment Fund (Wacif) is seeking a Director of Lending with strong small business lending background and underwriting experience to lead our Lending Department. The Lending Director will be responsible for the leadership, development and effective implementation of our small business lending work in a way that integrates our lending strategies within Wacif’s overall organizational mission and strategic growth plan, while focusing on building the underserved Washington DC Metropolitan communities.

Responsibilities:

Lending Strategic Leadership
• Serve as the thought leader and chief strategist for the development and growth of the lending program; ensuring the program is aligned with Wacif’s overall mission, vision and goals, including integration with other Wacif programs.
• Lead, inspire and manage team to achieve programmatic deployment and impact goals through sharpening our lending strategies and developing innovative new strategies that address regional needs and opportunities while balancing community benefit and long-term wealth building with risk management.
• Review and evaluate Wacif’s current lending program and take action as needed to improve efficiency, increased impact for communities and underserved people, and better alignment with Wacif’s strategic plan.
• As a member of Wacif’s Management Team, participate in overall organizational planning and problem solving; with the lending team, lead annual program work planning and budgeting; monitor outcomes and impacts and as needed revise plans accordingly.
• Research and implement new products and services to keep Wacif relevant to our entrepreneurs and community.
• Establish and maintain a credit culture within the organization that results in strong fundamental credit practices while advancing the organization’s mission and values.
• Develop, review, and recommend policies and procedures to improve loan and credit operations.
• Set annual lending goals and budget.

Day-to-Day Lending
• Oversight of the daily operations of the lending department and small business lending activities.
• Oversee Wacif’s loan portfolio and assess the overall risks.
• Monitor loan portfolio its overall health in a manner consistent with Wacif’s values and develop and implement risk mitigation strategies.
• Supervise portfolio by reviewing loan receivables, delinquencies, and charge-offs.
• Oversee preparation of portfolio review reports for Loan Committee and Board of Directors;
develop analysis and provides recommendations for adjustments to the Loan Loss Reserves.
• Manage the underwriting of new and existing loans to ensure timely completion of credit approval process.
• Review underwriters’ loan credit summaries and analysis and provide feedback.
• Ability to analyze and calculate figures and amounts on complex loan transactions.
• Ensure underwriters are producing quality loans using proper credit risk metrics.
• Conduct regular reviews of loan applications to ensure team is following credit policy and procedures.
• Review all approved loans and loan commitments, audit all loan closing files and documents before loan is closed and disbursed.
• Provide technical assistance to borrowers and potential borrowers and manage pipeline development.
• Ensure lending staff is provided with updates and procedural changes.
• Maintain lending product compliance with local, state and federal regulations.
• Supervise all aspects of the loan fund which includes posting of payment, payoffs, draw request, and disbursing loan funds.
• Oversee and prepare various loan reports for management, funders, and regulatory agencies (i.e. SBA, private and federal investors/grantors).
• Manage activities of the Loan & Assets Committee of the Board of Directors.
• Report status and achievements to the Executive Director and Board of Directors.

Management/Relationship Development
• Provide mentoring and coaching to support development of lending staff to increase Wacif’s overall lending capacity and to carry out their respective duties to reach the goals and objectives of the department.
• Make recommendations regarding employee’s employment, performance, salary, promotions, transfers or terminations, etc.
• Support lending team in the preparation of credit memoranda to ensure compliance with existing policy.
• Proactively keep abreast of changes in the financial services/CDFI industry and effectively communicate these changes to staff.
• Participate in relevant networks of community economic development and sustainable development practitioners across the state, region and country.
• Assist in establishing and maintaining relationships with all loan-related, third-party vendors.
• Maintain relationships with other local community development lenders and intermediaries.

Business Development
• Attend small business and economic development focused events to promote Wacif’s lending programs and services.
• Work with the Development & Communications (D&C) team to actively market Wacif’s lending programs, plan campaigns and provide information on the lending program for external communications and marketing; provide clear internal communication organization wide regarding the lending program’s role in our vision and organizational goals.
• Collaborate with the D&C team on communications materials associated with all lending programs, including success stories, narratives, descriptive brochures, applications, fact sheets, impact data and other materials.
• Empower and work with staff to communicate the impact of our work and share our stories.
• With Wacif’s Executive Director and D&C staff, identify and assess potential new sources of funding, earned revenue and capital; assist in the development of written proposals and reports as needed.

Requirements:

• Bachelor’s degree in finance, business, a related field, or equivalent experience is required; Master’s degree in related fields preferred.
• 5+ years of loan underwriting experience in small business lending.
• Knowledge in the areas of loan structuring, underwriting, portfolio management, collections, credit resolutions and regulations are required.
• Demonstrated success in building and maintaining customer relationships.
• Excellent knowledge of local businesses and resources
• Experience working with database, CRM, Accounting, loan and or portfolio software system
• A minimum of five years management experience including strong people management, commercial lending, strategic thinking & planning, forecasting and keeping policies and procedures updated while maintaining compliance knowledge.
• Impressive leadership skills and the ability to convey clear direction and expectations.
• Great interpersonal, supervisory, communication and organizational skills with the ability to work both as a team and independently
• Ability to eloquently articulate Wacif’s mission and programs and show passion for the mission.
• Excellent oral, written and interpersonal communication skills; strong presentation skills.
• Must possess good judgment and exercise diplomacy in dealing with a variety of stakeholders.
• Positive, entrepreneurial spirit including ability to seek new and creative solutions to challenges.
• Ability to manage multiple projects simultaneously with precision and attention to detail while continually finding ways to improve processes to produce higher quality events with more effective results.

PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS AND CHARACTERISTICS

• Previous non-profit/CDFI lending experience.
• Experience with commercial/small business lending and capital-based programs.
• Experience as an entrepreneur or working with entrepreneurs and small business owners.
• Experience with program evaluation.

Compensation:

Competitive salary commensurate with experience. Medical, Dental, Vision, Life & Disability coverage available. Retirement plan (some employer contribution & matching); paid time off (including vacation and sick leave increases with tenure), and holiday leave days.

How to Apply:

Interested candidates should email a resume/CV, thoughtful cover letter that outlines how your skills and experience meet the qualifications of the position, and salary requirements to opportunity@wacif.org with “Director of Lending” in the subject line.

Economic Development Analyst Salt River Pima Maricopa Indian Community
Scottsdale , AR
Job Function: Other
Posted: February 7, 2020

Background:

The Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community (SRPMIC) is a sovereign tribe located in the metropolitan Phoenix area. Established by Executive Order on June 14, 1879, the Community operates as a full-service government and oversees departments, programs, projects and facilities.

The Community is located in Maricopa County and is bounded by the cities of Scottsdale, Tempe, Mesa and Fountain Hills. The Community encompasses 52,600 acres, with 19,000 held as a natural preserve.

With two distinct backgrounds and cultures, the Community is comprised of two Native American tribes: the Pima, "Akimel O'Odham" (River People) and the Maricopa, "Xalychidom Piipaash" (People who live toward the water). Today, more than 8,700 individuals are enrolled tribal members. Comprised of the President, Vice President and seven elected Council members, the Community Council governs the Community.

Approximately 12,000 acres are under cultivation in a variety of crops including cotton, melons, potatoes, onions, broccoli and carrots. Commercial development is reserved along the Community's western boundary.

The Community proudly owns and operates several successful enterprises including Salt River Materials Group, Talking Stick Golf Club, Salt River Financial Services, Saddleback Communications, Salt River Devco, Casino Arizona at Salt River, and Salt River Landfill.
The majestic Red Mountain can be seen throughout the Community and is located on the eastern boundary. The sight of the mountain symbolizes the home of the Pima and Maricopa people.

Position Summary:

To view full job description please visit our website at https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/srpmic? Prior to closing date 03/07/20

Definition: Under general supervision of the Economic Development Manager and Senior Economic Development Specialist/Analyst, reviews and analyzes development proposals, prepares recommendations concerning feasibility and economic impact, coordinates and manages the lease approval process, manages long-term leases and engages landowners through communication and coordination to facilitate the leasing process. This position coordinates the research, financial transactions and planning activities for the development of new, existing and expanding business in support of economic development efforts. This position requires that the candidate/employee have United States Department of the Interior Security Clearance or be pre-screened for clearance. This job class is treated as FLSA Exempt.

Essential Functions: Essential functions may vary among positions and may include the following tasks, knowledge, abilities, skills, and other characteristics. This list of tasks ILLUSTRATIVE ONLY and is not intended to be a comprehensive listing of tasks performed by all positions in this classification.

Responsibilities:

Tasks:
1. Researches data resources illustrated by, but not limited to, the following in order to identify and obtain the information needed for land development (utilization) tasks: lease documents, the Economic Development Division database, land ownership, land survey documentation, environmental and archeological reports, and real estate appraisals.

2. Analyzes land development proposals and provides recommendations on the proposals for landowners and Community Council.

3. Researches, reviews, and updates local and regional economic indicators such as vacancy rates, CPI and demographics in order to asses proposed development feasibility.

4. Provides project management by facilitating and monitoring lease execution under all appropriate Community and federal leasing ordinances and regulations, supplying supporting documentation, and maintaining and coordinating project schedule and responsibilities. This includes recordation coordination.

5. Monitors and manages lease compliance: prepares the lease schedule of payments, reviews financial documentation, maintains the payment portion of lease files, and verifies and processes rent payments with the Finance department.

6. Coordinates development activity, including environmental reviews, land use reviews and zoning entitlements, and cultural reviews,, among SRPMIC Governmental departments, as well as external project entities such as developers, brokers, title companies and financiers. Coordinates the legal review process and communication between SRPMIC attorneys, developer attorneys and landowner attorneys when applicable.

7. Prepares project reports and other details required for informational purposes to landowners, elected officials and other relevant parties.

8. Reviews and evaluates departmental and Community policies, and local, state, and federal laws and policies for the possible effects thereof on the economic development of SRPMIC.

9. Performs other job related duties as assigned.

Knowledge. Skills, Abilities and Other Characteristics:

•Knowledge of the history, culture, laws, roles, customs and traditions of the Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community.
•Knowledge of the purpose, current issues, projects, organization, and employee responsibilities of the division to which assigned.
•Knowledge of the laws, ordinances, rules, regulations, and standards affecting the work assigned to the Community Development Department.
•Knowledge of the principles, practices, and methods of Public Relations and marketing
•Knowledge of the methods and techniques of research, analysis and reporting
•Knowledge of business, market and economic indicators and trends.
•Knowledge of word processing, spreadsheet, and database applications.

•Skill in analyzing business and economic data, drawing logical conclusions, and making sound decisions and recommendations
•Skill in documenting and completing monthly, quarterly and annual lease payment transactions that are impacted by lease terms, inflationary and other escalating trends.
•Skill in communicating with and instructing others having varying educational backgrounds and values, using both technical and non-technical language as appropriate in order to provide service and explanations to those for whom the subject matter is unfamiliar and/or difficult to understand.
•Skill in using Microsoft software.
•Skill in organizing and prioritizing work.
•Skill in project management including design, implementation planning, and documentation,
•Skill in establishing and maintaining effective working relationships with SRPMIC staff and officials, community members, and the staff of federal, state and local governments.
•Skill in dealing with complex issues and divergent views.

•Ability to gain and maintain federal security clearance for the United States Department of the Interior data systems.
•Ability to understand and interpret complex laws, regulations, policies, procedures, and guidelines.
•Ability to make effective presentations on economic development issues.
•Ability to conduct research and prepare complete and accurate analysis, reports and recommendations.
•Ability to assist with promoting and implementing the Community’s economic development programs and projects.
•Ability to represent SRPMIC in a professional manner with boards, community members and community council members, landowners, developers and other members of the public.
•Ability to set priorities to meet established as well as changing deadlines.
•Ability to respond consistently with tact, composure, and courtesy when dealing with others.
•Ability and willingness to submit to SRPMIC’s pre-employment background and drug testing processes.
•Ability and willingness to travel locally to conduct business.

Requirements:

Qualifications:
Education & Experience: A Bachelor’s Degree from a regionally accredited institution in economics, business administration, finance, planning, or public administration, or a similar discipline and three (3) years of full time professional level experience in finance, accounting, business management, economic development or working with business, or similar work experience.

Certification: The employee must have United States Department of the Interior Security Clearance or pre-clearance for information system access and use.
Equivalency: Any equivalent combination of experience and education that will allow the applicant to satisfactorily perform the duties of the job may be considered when filling the position.

Compensation:

$71,889 - $100,646 Annually

How to Apply:

To view full job description and apply please visit our website https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/srpmic? Prior to closing date 03/07/20

Technical Assistance Program Coordinator Resources for Abortion Delivery
Remote, All
Job Function: Project Management
Posted: February 6, 2020

Background:

Resources for Abortion Delivery (RAD)

Established in 2016, Resources for Abortion Delivery (RAD) seeks to protect and improve access to quality abortion care in the United States—particularly for poor and low-income people—by providing financial and technical support, strategic thinking, legal compliance assistance, and information to the abortion provider community. RAD’s growing staff currently includes 13 full-time staff members working remotely across the U.S.

Position Summary:

Position: Technical Assistance Program Coordinator
Location: Remote/Virtual (U.S.)
Status: Full Time; Exempt
Reports To: Interim Director of Technical Assistance
Salary Range: $57,000 - $68,000 per year

Position Summary

The Technical Assistance Program Coordinator is a new position at RAD that was created to support the execution of RAD’s new strategic plan that calls for the significant growth of RAD’s Technical Assistance (TA) program. The TA program seeks to promote the continued existence and resiliency of the independent abortion sector by offering technical assistance that protects, improves, and expands patient access to quality services at independent abortion facilities.
The TA Program Coordinator will bring strong project coordination and communication skills in support of the day-to-day operations of RAD’s TA program, its Interim Director, and other TA staff. The position will be responsible for a variety of activities, including preparing and editing a wide range of documents, communicating with abortion providers, application and report review, compliance with internal RAD protocols, and coordination with in-house resources.

RAD staff work as a nimble and fast-paced team. This position will have regular ongoing responsibilities but is also expected to be flexible and adapt quickly to changing priorities as RAD is a growing organization. The TA Program Coordinator will work remotely.

Responsibilities:

Essential Responsibilities and Tasks

The TA Program Coordinator will be responsible for executing the following under the guidance of RAD’s Interim Director of TA. The role will:
● Support all aspects of TA program materials and communications including: drafting and editing mass communications, reports, contracts, announcements, policies, surveys and spreadsheets.
● Participate in calls with facilities, review and evaluate applications and reports for completeness and accuracy, following up as needed.
● Assist providers with accessing RAD’s online tools, materials and resources.
● Assist with the preparation of presentations on RAD’s technical assistance offerings to independent abortion providers.
● Prepare reports that track and highlight aspects of the program, including applicant profiles. Participate in RAD’s regular analysis and review of aggregated information about the independent abortion sector.
● Maintain project management systems to ensure program tasks are well coordinated and completed on time. Assist with regularly updating all collaborative tools, including the RAD project management system, shared Google Drive, and Salesforce contact relationship management system.
● Support effective project management by flagging, and ensuring attention is paid to potential issues well in advance.
● Assist with developing resources and materials that benefit the field broadly; collect and synthesize internal data and conduct online research as needed.
● Maintain a referral list of external consultants to work with abortion providers in key areas.
● Assist with comprehensive reports to track requests for TA program planning, such as applicant profiles and trends in the independent abortion sector.
● Support RAD’s work in other areas as needed and assigned.
● Other TA services as needed (to be identified and developed in collaboration with the Interim Director).

Requirements:

Required Experience, Knowledge, Skills and Ability

● Minimum three years of experience in program/project coordination
● Strong writing, proofreading and copy-editing skills
● Demonstrated aptitude for learning and using software/applications for research or work settings (e.g., project management tools, data collection applications)
● Strong project coordination skills: demonstrated ability to effectively prioritize and efficiently handle multiple, simultaneous and complex tasks
● Experience writing reports and documentation
● Excellent oral communication and critical thinking skills
● Ability to work with a wide range of stakeholders
● Proficiency with Google applications including Gmail, Google Drive, Google docs, and Google sheets. Proficiency with Microsoft Office suite of Word, Excel, and PowerPoint, as well as Survey Monkey

Valued Education, Experience, Knowledge, Skills and Abilities

The following are preferred but not required:
● Bachelor’s degree
● Minimum one year experience in one of the following: healthcare administration, clinical operations, business management, and/or non-profit sector
● Experience in the reproductive health field that is applicable to the essential responsibilities and tasks listed above
● Experience using Salesforce

Attributes

A strong candidate for this position will have the following attributes:
● Independent self-starter who is able to stay focused and driven while working remotely
● Comfort with telecommuting, working virtually, or working with an off-site manager; ability to succeed in an off-site work situation. RAD currently provides co-working space in Chicago, Philadelphia and in other locations as required to support a productive work environment for all employees. The TA Manager should also be able to travel to in-person meetings in the U.S. approximately 2-4 times a year, including one staff retreat.
● Well-organized and detail-oriented
● Strong oral and written communicator
● Excellent time management skills, including the ability to prioritize assigned tasks and work efficiently towards completing them
● Team player willing to perform a wide variety of tasks
● Handles sensitive information with the highest degree of integrity and confidentiality
● Commitment to reproductive justice and protecting abortion access
● RAD is committed to cultural diversity and strongly encourages applications from diverse candidates.

Compensation:

Salary and Benefits
The starting salary for this position is $57,000 to $68,000 per year. Benefits include full medical, dental, prescription drug, and vision insurance, short and long-term disability and life insurance, participation in our retirement plan, and competitive vacation, personal, and volunteer leave.

Hopewell Fund Careers
Resources for Abortion Delivery is a project of Hopewell Fund, a 501(c)(3) public charity that incubates new and innovative public-interest projects and grant-making programs. Hopewell Fund is committed to attracting, developing and retaining exceptional people, and to creating a work environment that is dynamic, rewarding and enables each of us to realize our potential. Hopewell Fund’s work environment is safe and open to all employees and partners, respecting the full spectrum of race, color, religious creed, sex, gender identity, sexual orientation, national origin, political affiliation, ancestry, age, disability, genetic information, veteran status, and all other classifications protected by law in the locality and/or state in which you are working.

How to Apply:

How to Apply
Submit a resume and cover letter to admin@radprogram.org by 11:59 PM Eastern Time on February 24, 2020. Applicants will be accepted on a rolling basis with first round interviews beginning the week of March 16. On your cover letter, please include where you saw the position listed.

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