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Corporate Communications Manager IFF
Chicago, IL
Job Function: Community Outreach
Posted: October 17, 2019

Background:

IFF is a mission-driven lender, real estate consultant, and developer that helps communities thrive by creating opportunities for low-income communities and people with disabilities. Key to our success has been a deep sense of purpose, a broad perspective, and a relentless focus on achieving positive results. Social return can coincide with financial return.

Across the Midwest, we help clients from every sector, including human service agencies, health centers, schools, housing developers, and grocery stores. Our staff of approximately 100 professionals works from our Chicago headquarters, and we also serve the Midwest from six regional offices: Indianapolis, IN; Detroit, MI; Kansas City, MO; St. Louis, MO; Columbus, OH; and Milwaukee, WI.

Position Summary:

The Corporate Communications Manager is a “communications generalist” position that requires a broad skillset in writing, design, strategy, and project management. The ideal candidate is an experienced communications professional with top-notch writing and story-telling skills; the ability to communicate complex concepts concisely and with an asset-based lens; a commitment to and talent for solving problems collaboratively; strong project management skills; adept technological know-how; and an eye for graphic design.

Responsibilities:

Major Duties and Responsibilities:

Newsletter & Storytelling. Our monthly newsletter is more than a newsletter – it’s the impetus for our online story library, which is leveraged across the organization as staff reach out to clients, funders, investors, and partners. The Corporate Communications Manager will be the primary person responsible for IFF’s monthly newsletter, which requires crafting at least four original stories per month in a journalistic style, as well as all the duties related to identifying and tracking story ideas over time; managing a content calendar that ensures a balance of stories by sector, market, line of business, and special programs; and distributing the newsletter on our website, email list, and social channels.

Digital Tools. The Corporate Communications Manager will be the primary person responsible for managing content on IFF.org and IFF’s social media channels (Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn). Some content may be contributed by other members of the communications team and separate marketing team, but the Corporate Communications Manager will review and oversee all content before publishing.

Print Materials. The Corporate Communications Manager will partner with the Director of Communications to craft and maintain our corporate print materials.

Branding. The Corporate Communications Manager will partner with the Director of Communications to promote internal understanding of IFF’s brand, its design and style standards, and its communications strategy and goals. This may include maintaining IFF’s letterhead, business cards, and other business templates as well as watchdogging the use of IFF’s logo on customer signage.

Other duties. Perform other duties as assigned in support of IFF’s core communications in partnership with the Director of Communications (e.g., media support).

Performance Measures:

Understand and effectively communicate IFF’s mission, business, and impact.

Produce high-quality content that is written well, crafted strategically, and aligned with IFF’s goals and branding.

Execute assigned projects in a timely manner.

Forge excellent working relationships with IFF employees as well as external stakeholders, including nonprofit customers, investors, funders, and partners.

Cultivate a culture of openness in information sharing through open communication, cooperation, and knowledge sharing.

Model personal accountability that promotes ownership and engagement.

Value and support differences in others, contributing to an inclusive work environment.

Requirements:

Education: Bachelor’s degree in communications, journalism, English, or related field; or equivalent combination of education and/or experience required.

Experience: Minimum of 5-7 years as a communications generalist. Experience in and knowledge of nonprofit sector, community development, finance or real estate development is strongly preferred.

Special Knowledge and Skills: Strong experience in content management systems such as or similar to WordPress and MailChimp; strong Microsoft Office skills; and some experience in Adobe Creative Suite, specifically InDesign and PhotoShop.

Unusual Requirements: Occasional travel throughout the assigned region. Possible evening and weekend work may be necessary. Able to lift 20 pounds and stand for extended period.

Compensation:

Compensation will be communicated during the phone screening phase.

How to Apply:

Application Instructions: Applicants please submit a cover letter, resume, two writing samples, and salary requirements to careers@iff.org with “Corporate Communications Manager” in the subject line of the email.

Director of CA Real Estate Development Self-Help Federal Credit Union
Oakland, CA
Job Function: Project Management
Posted: October 16, 2019

Background:

Self-Help Federal Credit Union was chartered in 2008 to build a network of branches that serve working families and underserved communities. With 17 branches in California, 9 branches in Illinois, and 1 branch in Wisconsin, over $1 billion in assets, and serving more than 74,000 members, Self-Help Federal is one of the fastest-growing low-income designated credit unions in the country. It is part of the national Self-Help family of non-profit organizations whose collective mission is to create and protect ownership and economic opportunity for all. For 38 years, the Center for Community Self-Help and its affiliates have provided $8.5 billion in financing to help over 158,000 low-wealth borrowers buy homes, start and build businesses, and strengthen community resources. For more information, go to www.selfhelpfcu.org and www.self-help.org.

Position Summary:

Self-Help has an exciting opportunity for an entrepreneurial Real Estate Development professional to build out this line of business that has just recently started for Self-Help in California. The Director of CA Real Estate Development will help envision and lead our community-based real estate development work in the state. Building capacity to expand community-based real estate development activity, in close coordination with our well-established branch network serving generally underserved populations in the state, is a strategic priority for Self-Help. The successful candidate will build and manage a small group of project management staff to identify, analyze, and execute real estate development projects. Projects may be in partnership/collaboration with Self-Help Federal Credit Union (SHFCU) branch development efforts (two currently underway.) Future projects could include additional SHFCU collaboration or independent commercial and mixed-use projects, neighborhood revitalization, affordable housing, and more. This role requires flexibility and effective coordination with the Self-Help Real Estate Team in North Carolina, the California-based project management team directly supervised, California executive leadership, and California retail staff. The position will be based in Oakland, CA; other locations in CA may be considered.

Responsibilities:

Essential Responsibilities:
• Develop and execute projects – both directly managed by the position itself and by supporting project management staff’s own leadership – to:

>> Assist Real Estate Team Leader (NC based) and California executive leadership in developing and implementing project selection strategies and systems.

>> Seek new business opportunities in accordance with Real Estate Team and organizational goals, strategies, and mission. For California real estate work, define project scope, goals and deliverables that support Self-Help organizational and Real Estate Team goals and mission.

>> In coordination with project management staff, assess project feasibility—financial, mission, political, community, etc.

>> Create initial project sources/uses budget and proforma and conduct feasibility assessments for new opportunities o Monitor project performance against schedules, resources, scope changes, budgets and project, and deliverable quality

>> Support—directly or through the management of staff responsible for the effort--routine project reporting and documentation to include status, open issues, resource and schedule detail using appropriate tools.

>> Proactively manage changes in project scope, identify potential challenges and devise contingency plans.

• Hire, develop, motivate, and mentor project management staff to help them achieve individual expectations and deliverables through leadership, coaching, and direction.

• Actively identify and address opportunities for process improvement. Lead or participate in process improvement initiatives and promote the sharing of best practices.

• Act as a change agent to drive Self-Help’s economic inclusion initiatives by integrating supplier diversity and the use of businesses owned by women and people of color in third party contracting and vendor management for relevant products and services.

• Provide leadership and expertise on projects as needed.

Requirements:

Minimum Qualifications:

• Bachelor’s degree or equivalent relevant experience. Master’s degree in business administration, planning, public policy, law or a related field is a plus.

• Minimum of 8 years’ experience in real estate development. Other relevant management, finance or similar experience can be a partial substitute.

• Significant experience in project management for real estate developments, either residential or commercial, with an emphasis on community-based real estate projects, a significant plus

• Strong commitment to our mission – creating economic opportunity for traditionally underserved communities.

• Preference for working in organizations that place priority on teamwork and collaboration

• Specific knowledge of the financing of affordable housing and/or commercial real estate development, as well as public-private partnerships and philanthropic funding sources.

• Demonstrated success in managing staff.

• Deep understanding of real estate financing concepts and practices.

• Excellent written and verbal communication skills and ability to effectively engage others and present information and respond to questions from groups and/or individuals.

• Strong project management skills with the ability to initiate, juggle, and lead multiple projects to meet goals, objectives, and deadlines.

• Demonstrated interest in, and commitment to, supplier diversity.

• Ability to form and maintain strong relationships with internal and external customers through providing excellent customer service and follow-up.

• Ability to think strategically and manage multiple initiatives.

• Ability and willingness to travel at least 25% within CA, to North Carolina, and elsewhere as needed.

Desired Qualifications:

• Knowledge of and experience with community-based real estate-related financing programs, such as HUD financing programs/products (HOME, CDBG, NSP), LIHTC, New Markets Tax Credits, and Historic Tax Credits a plus.

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 40 pounds.

Compensation:

Competitive nonprofit salary, based on experience, plus a generous benefits package that includes health, dental, life insurance, flexible spending plan, retirement plan, and paid parental leave.

How to Apply:

Interested individuals please send a resume and cover letter to hiringmanager@self-helpfcu.org and reference this job, " Director, California Real Estate Development, Oakland" in the subject line of your message.

Financial Institutions Specialist Aeris
Philadelphia, PA
Job Function: Finance
Posted: October 15, 2019

Background:

Aeris is a rating and information service built on the belief that capital will flow to good more quickly when investors have confidence in the accountability, standards, and transparency of impact investments.

Since 2004, Aeris’ due diligence and data have helped investors source, underwrite, and monitor investments that meet their risk parameters and impact goals. Aeris’ clients range from large financial institutions with Community Reinvestment Act (CRA) obligations, mission-driven charitable foundations, government, private wealth managers, and impact fund managers.

Position Summary:

The Financial Institution Specialist contributes to the success of Aeris Operations Team’s work with CDFIs, mainly by performing and supporting essential tasks in the Aeris rating process working with Aeris staff, analysts and rated institutions as well as helping support the Aeris Cloud, Aeris’ industry-first database of standardized CDFI performance data. Work is managed and performed in a standard production environment and process, with key success measures being quality, quantity, accuracy, timeliness, and team work.

The Financial Institution Specialist is required to be self-motivated in the management and performance of scheduled workloads, but should also be flexible to work in a team environment in response to changing business needs and priorities. He/she will be able to learn new skills, new content, and new ideas quickly and effectively. Prior experience reading and understanding the financial statements of financial institutions with lending activities is required.

Responsibilities:

1. Perform and support essential tasks in the Aeris Rating process
a. Reviewing and verifying accuracy of collected data, calculated ratios and related tables and graphs
b. Prepare detailed financial and narrative report templates for Aeris Analysts.
c. Request and track document submission for all Aeris Rating Reports. Following up as necessary with CDFIs to ensure that all materials are submitted in timely fashion.

2. Prepare CDFI financial statements for the Aeris Cloud
a. Work with Aeris Operations team to understand CDFI financial presentation.
b. Prepare CDFI financial statements and performance metrics for Aeris analyses or quarterly reporting.
c. Working with CDFIs, proof and finalize quarterly financial statements and reported performance data.
d. Communicate with CDFIs and Analysts regarding clarification of materials submitted and requests for additional data.

3. Aeris Cloud maintenance
a. Orient CDFIs to uploading data and supporting documentation to the Aeris Cloud.
b. Lead Webinar demonstrations of the Aeris Cloud for CDFIs, as requested.
c. Load data and documents into appropriate “libraries” on the Aeris Cloud.
d. Work with CDFIs to set up their Aeris “library” and financial template on the Aeris Cloud.
e. Follow up with CDFIs as necessary to ensure timely upload of quarterly financial statements and performance data.

4. Aeris Rating Committee
a. Schedule meetings and conference calls by coordinating and confirming attendance, arranging for the meeting dates/equipment/advance materials, etc.
b. Schedule ratings committee, coordinating analyst selection with the Director of Ratings.
c. Support ratings committees.

5. Aeris document preparation
a. Proof and note corrections on draft Aeris reports during the layout process.
b. Prepare ratings certificates, ensuring that ratings are correctly represented before they are released to CDFIs.

Requirements:

• Bachelor’s Degree and 1-4 years of professional experience is desired, preferably in financial services, or late career professionals from the financial services field
• Strong financial and analytical experience required
• Familiarity with nonprofit financial statements is preferred
• Strong writing and communication experience required
• Superior ability to focus on detailed work for accuracy
• Knowledge of and commitment to community development/investing

Compensation:

Salary commensurate with experience and includes strong benefits package.

How to Apply:

Search: Financial Institutions Specialist
Aeris Insight Inc.
Email: careers@aerisinsight.com

Staff Accountant California FarmLink
Aptos, CA
Job Function: Accounting
Posted: October 15, 2019

Background:

Join California FarmLink’s Finance Team to support California farmers and vibrant local food systems.
This position will play a key role in the growth of FarmLink’s agricultural lending, land access and farm
business education programs. As a Community Development Financial Institution (CDFI), FarmLink is
nationally recognized in its focus on supporting the land and capital needs of next generation farmers.

Position Summary:

The Staff Accountant will maintain organizational and program financial administration, including primary entries into the general
ledger, overall general ledger administration, accounts receivable, accounts payable, financial reporting
and audit preparation. Assist program managers with budgeting and in understanding how transactions
are coded. Assist Finance Manager with grant reporting as requested. Assist with liability/risk insurance
policies. Maintain human resource records, including payroll, employee benefit programs and legal
compliance and records. Provide information and reports as needed to Finance Manager/Chief Financial
Officer and Audit Committee.

Responsibilities:

● Full Charge Bookkeeping–Maintain financial systems, including general ledger administration,
accounts receivable, accounts payable, financial reporting and loan fund reconciliation
● Maintain financial policies and internal controls to safeguard organizational assets and comply
with regulatory requirements
● Assist program managers as needed with budgeting, reporting, and recording current
transactions
● Support annual and other periodic audits from federal and state regulators
● Assist in annual reporting to state and federal agencies
● Maintain corporate records and files as requested
● Maintain human resource recordkeeping responsibilities, including payroll, employee benefits,
403b retirement program, legal compliance and records administration
● Maintain and administer risk management needs including liability and property insurance policies
and operational practices
● Attend staff meetings on a regular basis
● Perform all other reasonable duties as assigned

Requirements:

● Excellent financial system management experience including QuickBooks and Excel
● At least three years of non-profit financial accounting
● Excellent inter-personal skills, comfortable working with people of varied cultural backgrounds
and English as second language users
● Ability to write and edit effectively, with tact, diplomacy, and/or authority when necessary
● Good organizational skills, well disciplined, and able to meet deadlines, self- starter
● Ability to work under pressure of many priorities and deadlines; effective problem solver
● Minimum AA in accounting, or certificate in bookkeeping, other evidence of strong knowledge of
accounting fundamentals including debits, credits, chart of accounts structure, internal control,
and basic techniques for reconciling accounts
● Strong computer skills

Compensation:

$55,000 to $65,000 commensurate with experience

How to Apply:

How To Apply
Please email a thoughtful cover letter explaining your interest in the position and organization with
resume to: info@cafarmlink.org. No phone calls please.

President and CEO Stewards of Affordable Housing for the Future (SAHF)
Washington, DC
Job Function: Other
Posted: October 10, 2019

Background:

THE ORGANIZATION

Launched in 2003, Stewards of Affordable Housing for the Future (“SAHF”) is a collaborative and innovation laboratory of thirteen nonprofit, multi-state housing providers. SAHF also is affiliated with the National Affordable Housing Trust (NAHT), which provides syndication and financing solutions. SAHF members own more than 140,000 affordable rental homes nationwide. SAHF members are committed to long-term sustainable rental housing that makes a difference in people’s lives, incorporating services to support health, wellness and opportunity wherever feasible. Drawing on their deep experience, members come together to anticipate the future, increase impact and challenge one another. SAHF co-creates solutions grounded in business realities and advocates for quality rental housing. We work within our industry and across sectors to disseminate our learnings.

SAHF’s vision is that every person has a healthy home in a flourishing community. Our mission is to advance the creation and preservation of healthy, sustainable affordable rental homes that foster equity, opportunity and wellness for people of limited economic resources. We work to achieve our mission through our values of respect, integrity, stewardship, collaboration and diversity and inclusion.
SAHF and its members are a dynamic team focused on learning from and applying on-the-ground experience to systems change and to advancing more effective and equitable policy and practice. We leverage one another’s best practices and collaborate to expand, innovate and scale business and mission opportunities and policy change.

To achieve its mission, SAHF focuses on three key areas:

• Affordable Housing Policy and Financing
SAHF brings a strong expertise in practice-based policy, utilizing the experiences of SAHF members, our NAHT affiliate, and the expertise of SAHF’s team to develop, analyze and advocate policies that make a critical difference in addressing the challenges of affordable rental housing supply and preservation. While SAHF works mostly on the federal level, it does identify and promote important components of state policy and state implementation of federal programs, such as the Low Income Housing Tax Credit. SAHF identifies and promotes policies that support our mission to foster equity, opportunity and wellness for people of limited economic resources through housing. SAHF also supports critical areas of intersection between housing, health and the many social determinants of health. SAHF supports members on identifying and recommending new financing opportunities and products and works closely with NAHT on financing options.

• Health and Housing, Resident Outcomes and CORES
SAHF knows that housing is one of the most important social determinants of health. SAHF focuses its health and housing efforts in three ways: (1) increasing and preserving the supply of quality affordable rental housing; (2) supporting the health and wellness of affordable housing residents through services and opportunities; and (3) identifying and promoting healthy building design and materials. SAHF’s Resident Outcomes’ efforts build on this approach to health and housing and enable SAHF to fulfill its mission to foster equity, opportunity and wellness for people of limited economic resources. SAHF does this principally through supporting best practices, innovation and measurement in service-enriched housing. SAHF has recently launched CORES, the Certified Organization for Resident Engagement and Services, to recognize owners and third-party providers that have developed a robust commitment, capacity, and competency in providing residents services coordination in affordable housing communities.

• Energy and Water Efficiency and Environmental Sustainability
SAHF and its members are committed to the sustainability of our planet and our communities by building and operating housing that is energy and water efficient. As leaders in the affordable multifamily housing sector, we continually seek new ways to ensure the transition toward a low-carbon future is one that benefits our low-income residents and makes our communities more resilient. We strive to reduce our environmental impact through greater adoption of efficiency and renewable energy models and solutions. In its environmental sustainability work, SAHF works with the industry, its members and other affordable housing developers to help implement programs on the ground, improve program design and delivery, and integrate proven strategies into management practices.

Position Summary:

The position offers a thoughtful, accomplished entrepreneur the opportunity to lead a highly regarded national organization focusing on affordable rental housing issues. In addition to vision and thought leadership, the CEO must possess the intellect and passion to identify, develop, articulate and advocate for key strategic issues and initiatives of concern to the organization and its members. The CEO must also possess the skills, experience, and temperament to lead the implementation of these strategies and to facilitate collaboration among the SAHF team and members. Leading a team of ten smart, dynamic individuals, the CEO will be leading and contributing to SAHF’s program and policy efforts every day.

The CEO must enhance current relationships and forge new ones and bring a collaborative approach whenever possible. Key relationships include policymakers, advocates, funders, thought leaders and nonprofit and for-profit partners.

Responsibilities:

Executive Leadership and Management
▪ Provides executive leadership for SAHF and motivates and inspires a high-performing team.
▪ Leads with mission and embraces and implements SAHF’s values.
▪ Exhibits a deep commitment to equity and racial justice.
▪ Embraces change.
▪ Leads innovation through new products, services, programs or geographies.
▪ Creates and fosters a collaborative culture.
▪ Serves as the principal spokesperson to the greater community, including, but not limited to, Congress, the Administration, State Housing Finance Agencies, policymakers, advocates, affordable housing and social justice organizations, media, lenders, investor and funders.
▪ Develops, recruits, and retains the diverse talent necessary for mission success. Identifies and acts on development and growth opportunities for the SAHF staff, wherever feasible. Ensures SAHF has appropriate levels of benefits and compensation to attract and retain talent.
▪ Establishes and facilitates a strong and effective partnership with the SAHF Board.

Strategic Planning and Program Development
▪ Leads the successful execution of a strategic plan and the development of a new plan, as necessary, in partnership with the Board and staff.
▪ Identifies new programmatic and policy initiatives, through active listening, close collaboration with the SAHF team and members, and tracking and awareness of innovations in the field and other related sectors.
▪ Works closely with NAHT to identify programmatic and strategic opportunities and provide support for those efforts, as appropriate.
▪ Identifies and evaluates partnership and collaboration opportunities that will advance SAHFs strategic plan.
▪ Connects key external stakeholders with relevant strategies and initiatives to engage their support.
▪ Assures that organizational metrics and plans are in place with clear benchmarks.
▪ Reports to the Board on the implementation of SAHF’s strategic plans and ongoing programs.
▪ Identifies and applies for funding opportunities that are in service to SAHF’s strategic plan and program initiatives.

Member Engagement
▪ Maintains a strong working relationship with the members, seeing them as trusted confidantes and advisors; demonstrates strong listening skills.
▪ Creates a strong customer service culture among the staff for excellent service and support of the members.
▪ Leads the SAHF team to provide quality peer engagement opportunities and fosters member engagement in SAHF’s peer groups and initiatives.
▪ Identifies topics and potential guests, develops effective agendas and works closely with the SAHF Chair and Executive Committee to provide valuable and robust Board meetings and annual retreats.
▪ Consistently demonstrates the value of the organization to its members.
▪ Facilitates and encourages the utilization of NAHT by members.
▪ Leads any recruitment and onboarding of new SAHF members as well as new SAHF Board members.
Outreach and Supporting Greater Impact in the Field
▪ Represents SAHF at conferences and public meetings, and with the media.
▪ Identifies and facilitates opportunities to leverage SAHF’s programmatic initiatives with the broader affordable housing industry.
▪ Consistently works to heighten SAHF’s brand, profile and impact as a key organization in affordable rental housing policy and practice.
▪ Develops and maintains strong relationships with Congress, the Administration and key affordable housing advocates and policy partners on pertinent policy and budget issues.
▪ In collaboration with the SAHF team and outside consultants, promotes SAHF, its initiatives and its members through effective communication with traditional media, social media, web presence, podcasts and webinars and other communications vehicles.
▪ Supports and participates in outreach and business development opportunities for NAHT.
▪ Leads business development opportunities for CORES.
▪ With the SAHF team, strengthens SAHF’s and the members’ relationships with the health sector.
▪ Fosters a close collaboration with the SAHF members on communications and fundraising opportunities.

Fundraising and Financial Stewardship
▪ Serves as principal fundraiser for SAHF and also guides and mentors SAHF team to support and manage some fundraising efforts. Presents SAHF, its initiatives and its members through a variety of approaches that are consistent with SAHF’s strategic plan and mission.
▪ Identifies new and non-traditional funders, with a special focus on increasing unrestricted dollars.
▪ Supports and fosters a culture of strong funder accountability with excellent communications and reporting.
▪ Assures financial stability and sustainability; ensures that SAHF operates within budget and is financially sound.
▪ Provides clear communication to the Board and Finance and Audit Committee on SAHF’s financial opportunities and challenges.
▪ Identifies, evaluates and implements opportunities to generate earned income and fees.
▪ Serves as a fiduciary for the effective financial management of SAHF.
▪ Works closely with SAHF’s accounting and financial management team at NAHT.
▪ Develops and oversees annual budget.
▪ Works closely with NAHT, SAHF’s financing affiliate, to optimize efficiencies and identify opportunities for NAHT growth and sustainability and SAHF sustainability.

Requirements:

SKILLS AND EXPERIENCE
▪ Advanced degree in a relevant subject (e.g., public policy, law, real estate, or business) preferred. Bachelor’s degree required.
▪ Sophisticated working knowledge of affordable rental housing policy and practice; a thought leader in affordable housing.
▪ Demonstrated success raising funds from multiple sources and facile in framing SAHF’s work and opportunities through a variety of lenses.
▪ Demonstrated track record of executive leadership. Leadership in an affordable housing context preferred. Leadership in a nonprofit and/or policy-focused setting a plus.
▪ Demonstrated success developing and implementing strategic plans with positive results.
▪ Experience leading and motivating staff.
▪ Experience working effectively with a board.
▪ Effective collaborator.
▪ Committed to and interested in inter-sectoral work that supports the Social Determinants of Health.
▪ Strong commitment and interest in environmental sustainability, especially as it relates to affordable rental housing.
▪ Strong analytical, written and oral communication skills; communicates effectively with a wide variety of audiences.

PERSONAL ATTRIBUTES

Vision and Purpose: Communicates a compelling, inspired vision or sense of core purpose; sees over the horizon; talks beyond today; inspires and motivates; has an innovative spirit.

Positive Presence: Articulate, optimistic, energetic; motivates and inspires people and groups at all levels. Invites input and shares ownership and visibility; leads by example.

Strategic Agility: Anticipates trends and consequences; has broad knowledge and perspective; paints credible pictures and visions of possibilities and likelihoods.

Hands-On Worker: Personally participates in idea generation, analysis, financial management and production of written products.

Passion for Mission: Embraces and is energized by desire to support members’ and SAHF’s missions.
Commitment to Equity and Racial Justice: Leads with a commitment to improve equity and racial justice across SAHF’s staff, programs and members.

Decision-making: Discusses issues openly, gathers information, draws conclusions, is decisive; sees root causes; looks beyond the obvious answers. When appropriate, digs into an issue or problem, pulling it apart and putting it back together.

Leveraging: Astutely assesses organizational opportunities, seeking maximum “bang for the buck.”

Negotiating: Negotiates skillfully in tough situations internally or externally; wins concessions without damaging relationships; forceful as well as diplomatic; quickly gains trust of all parties.

Delegation: Clearly and comfortably delegates both routine and important tasks and decisions, whenever possible; broadly shares responsibility and accountability.

Time Management: Uses time effectively and efficiently; can attend to a broad range of activities, but concentrates efforts on the highest impact issues and opportunities.

Compensation:

Commensurate with experience.

How to Apply:

Send resume and cover letter to linny@simkinsearch.com.

Loan Office National Housing Trust
Washington, DC
Job Function: Finance
Posted: October 10, 2019

Background:

The National Housing Trust is a strong national nonprofit engaged in affordable housing advocacy, lending, real estate development and energy solutions. Our mission is to preserve and improve affordable multifamily homes to support quality, healthy neighborhoods with a range of housing options so that families of all income levels have an opportunity to thrive.

NHT is an award-winning nonprofit with a focused agenda. The ideal applicant thrives in a fast-paced environment, working with dedicated and entrepreneurial colleagues. NHT has a staff of 30 across its four business lines – public policy, lending (NHT Community Development Fund and Institute for Community Economics), real estate development (NHT Communities) and energy solutions (NHT Renewable).

Made up of the National Housing Trust Community Development Fund (NHTCDF) and the Institute for Community Economics (ICE), NHT Lending is committed to providing access to flexible financing for the preservation and creation of affordable housing around the country.

Position Summary:

This is an exciting opportunity for an entrepreneurial professional to oversee the analysis and underwriting processes of loans and build new lending relationships. The Loan Officer will also work with the Director of Lending to raise lending capital from mission-oriented investors.

NHT offers a full array of loan products in the Washington metropolitan region to support the
production and preservation of affordable housing where we work and live. It is expected the Loan Officer’s primary focus will be on deployment in the DC, MD and VA region as we deploy several sources of targeted capital including a recent Capital Magnet Fund award.

The Loan officer will also support our national work as we offer affordable housing loan products for predevelopment and bridge financing needs, community land trust acquisitions, energy efficiency and renewable energy and other opportunities where mission focused owners and developers could not achieve their goals without our creative, flexible and patient capital.

Responsibilities:

In accordance with the Loan Policies and Procedures the Loan Officer will evaluate the credit worthiness and capabilities of the borrower /guarantor and/or the real estate collateral securing the proposed loan. Analysis will include, but not be limited to, performing financial analyses, third party review assessments, site visits, and evaluating feasibility and likelihood of repayment sources.

The Loan Officer will also work on the closing and the asset management of loans in cooperation with the Loan Fund Administrator and the Director of Lending. Finally, this position will help to increase the visibility of NHT’s CDFI Loan Funds through marketing, business development and product development, and will be expected to build new lending relationships and work with the Director of Lending to raise lending capital from mission-oriented investors.

Loan Underwriting & Originations
• Produce financial analysis of both for- and non-profit sponsors and/or borrowers.
• Conduct thorough due diligence, review and evaluate various aspects of loan underwriting such as appraisal reviews, construction cost reviews, property condition reports, environmental reports, and site inspections.
• Oversee the loan closing process by reviewing loan documents and/or due diligence items required to close loans.

Marketing and Fundraising
• Respond to requests for information from current and prospective institutional investors
• Work on capital funding applications from Public and Private sources
• Build relationships with potential borrowers and funders (some travel will be required)

Requirements:

This is an extraordinary opportunity for a committed leader with at least 5 years of experience in real estate-based or business lending, including credit analysis, and at least 3 years of experience working in affordable housing finance. Candidates will ideally have experience working at a CDFI. Other qualifications include:
• Commitment to NHT’s mission, including a deep dedication to assisting low income families create and access opportunities to thrive;
• Proficiency in analyzing financials of nonprofit and for-profit organizations and real estate operations;
• Experience with reviewing due diligence items required to close real estate transactions including but not limited to appraisals, environmental, and construction cost review reports;
• Knowledge of the closing process and loan documents utilized in real estate transactions;
• Familiarity with federal, state, and local government funding sources for capital and operating needs of affordable housing;
• Experience working with both private sector financial institutions and public agencies;
• Ability to travel;
• Strong computer aptitude skills, including knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite Programs are essential;
• Detail-oriented, entrepreneurial self-starter who relishes multitasking;
• Excellent interpersonal, organizational and communications skills, including both verbal and written skills;
National Housing Trust | 1101 30th St. NW, Suite 100A, Washington, D.C. 20007 | 202-333-8931 | NationalHousingTrust.org
• Excellent planning and organization skills;
• Ability to integrate thoroughness and attention to details with a big picture, strategic vision.
• Resourcefulness, with the ability to deliver results in an entrepreneurial, dynamic environment;
• Experience working with diverse and low-income populations;
• Collaborative spirit and positive attitude (a good sense of humor is a plus);
• Bachelor’s degree in relevant field (e.g. business, finance, real estate, urban planning) required. A graduate degree is preferred.

Compensation:

Salary and benefits are competitive and commensurate with experience. Salary Range $80K-$100K

How to Apply:

Submit resume and cover letter to hr@nhtinc.org. Please write "Loan Officer Application" in the subject line of the email. No phone calls.

Senior Community Development Loan Officer Idaho-Nevada CDFI
Boise, ID
Job Function: Lending/Loan Operations
Posted: October 9, 2019

Background:

The Idaho-Nevada Community Development Financial Institution (ID-NV CDFI) was founded in 2000 to create a social impact investment vehicle to provide capital and expertise to revitalize low-income communities. ID-NV CDFI has grown into a $37 million intermediary nonprofit organization that provides loans and technical assistance to groups that develop affordable housing, community facilities, essential health and human services, and community revitalization efforts. For more information on ID-NV CDFI programs and services, please visit our website at www.idahonevadacdfi.org.

ID-NV CDFI provides term and construction loans, bridge, gap and subordinate financing to meet the commercial real estate capital needs of organizations throughout the Intermountain West including the states of Montana, Wyoming, Idaho, Nevada, Utah, Colorado, Arizona and New Mexico. Our borrowers use ID-NV CDFI’s loans to finance affordable housing development; to purchase, rehabilitate or construct community facilities, including healthcare clinics, child care centers, charter schools and nonprofit office and program space; and to create economic development projects that make a difference in the lives of those who need help the most. Since making our first loan in 2000, we have committed $87 million in loans to organizations, financing 85 projects valued in excess of $516 million, with minimal loan losses to date. Our Board of Directors has approved an ambitious growth plan that includes an expansion to an eight-state service area, new products and services and having a broader impact on poverty as a regional CDFI.

Position Summary:

The Senior Community Development Loan Officer (SLO) serves as a key credit professional within ID-NV CDFI and leads the community development lending effort throughout the Intermountain West region. The position’s primary responsibilities are to source and underwrite highly complex financing requests and provide technical assistance to ID-NV CDFI’s clients: nonprofit and for-profit organizations that are acquiring community facilities, developing affordable housing or engaging in economic development activities to meet the needs of low-income communities and underserved populations. The SLO will also initiate and develop potential borrower relationships, and build and manage a base of referral sources and strategic partnerships to advance ID-NV CDFI’s mission and impact.

The position requires a highly motivated, deeply experienced lender with a background in community development finance, commercial real estate, or nonprofit housing/facility development and must possess excellent communication skills. The ideal candidate is also someone who understands the unique needs of the nonprofit sector, particularly nonprofit human service providers and affordable housing developers in the Intermountain West. The successful candidate must be a self-starter and must have the demonstrated ability to meet assigned goals successfully and on time. Finally, the candidate should enjoy working in an active and expanding nonprofit and thrive in a friendly, cooperative, and fast-paced environment.

The worksite will be in a newly established office in the southern region of our service area tentatively in Arizona, Nevada or New Mexico.

Responsibilities:

Underwriting
• Interview and screen potential loan applicants.
• Perform financial analysis, due diligence and project feasibility assessment for potential loan candidates.
• Provide technical assistance through the underwriting process and coordinate delivery of technical assistance activities through internal and external sources as needed.
• Prepare written credit memoranda with detailed analysis and recommendations for terms and credit structure.
• Present credit analysis for review and approval to appropriate levels of authority within ID-NV CDFI as required by loan policies.
• Work with the borrower and external parties through loan commitment terms and loan closing.
• Assist with loan closing and ongoing monitoring activities.
• Undertake special projects and other duties as assigned.

Business Development
• Develop and implement sales and marketing plans in targeted communities to achieve market penetration and meet assigned lending goals.
• Build and maintain positive and effective working relationships with referral sources, potential partners and funding sources.
• Actively develop and maintain a wide network of contacts with agencies, community leaders, funders and others to ensure a visible ID-NV CDFI presence.
• Conduct presentations, workshops, and one-on-one meetings for prospective borrowers and key constituents.
• Represent ID-NV CDFI at public meetings, events and conferences.
• Market loan products and programs to potential borrowers and referral sources.
• Follow up on loan inquiries and provide technical assistance to potential borrowers through the application process.
• Prepare call reports and maintain a contact database for ongoing sales and marketing efforts.
• Develop new products or services to meet market demand.

Requirements:

Minimum Requirements
• Undergraduate degree in business, finance, urban planning or related field, graduate degree preferred.
• Minimum of seven-years commercial real estate or multifamily underwriting experience, preferably in the field of community development.
• Experience structuring complex loan transactions.
• Excellent financial analysis skills with a demonstrated proficiency in MS Office Suite.
• Demonstrated excellent underwriting, analytical, database and reporting skills.
• Proven ability to generate client leads, manage a sales cycle and maintain business relationships.
• Superior judgment, attention to detail and deadlines.
• Excellent communication and organizational skills with a demonstrated ability to multi-task.
• Strong team player skills and ability to work effectively in a cooperative and diverse environment.
• Enthusiasm, entrepreneurial spirit, and a passionate commitment to work in community development.
• Great sense of humor.

Desired Qualifications, Skills and Experience
• Thorough understanding of and experience with affordable housing development or commercial real estate construction and asset management.
• Experience structuring New Market Tax Credit transactions.
• Experience in consulting and technical assistance in real estate development and/or finance, preferably with nonprofit clients.
• Knowledge and experience with nonprofit community-based organizations in the Intermountain West.
• Understanding of nonprofit finance and management best practices.
• Experience developing and implementing new financing products.
• Understanding of and experience with community development lending and funding sources.
• Multi-language fluency.

Compensation:

Starting salary is commensurate with experience with a range of $95,000 to $100,000, plus performance bonus and an excellent benefits package including health, dental, retirement plan and vacation.

How to Apply:

Send resume and cover letter: Idaho-Nevada CDFI, Attn: Senior Community Development Loan Officer Search, P.O. Box 44922, Boise, Idaho 83711-0922 OR email to info@idahonevadacdfi.org. Application Deadline: November 30, 2019 or until filled.

Grants Manager Craft3
Walla Walla, WA
Job Function: Grant Writer
Posted: October 8, 2019

Background:

Craft3 is a nonprofit Community Development Financial Institution (CDFI) with a mission to strengthen economic, ecological and family resilience throughout Oregon and Washington communities. We do this by providing loans to entrepreneurs, nonprofits, individuals, including those without access to traditional financing. We then complement these financial resources with our expertise, professional connections and other advocacy for our clients. Learn more at www.craft3.org.

Position Summary:

Craft3’s Development business unit cultivates and manages financial partnerships with mission-driven philanthropic and religious organizations, banks and non-bank corporations, local, state and federal government agencies, and individuals. Through these relationships, we identify and raise financial resources that support our lending activities, in the form of operating and capital grants and loans. Development also leads on off-balance sheet capitalization through New Markets Tax Credits and fund management contracts. Two staff (Development Director and Grants Manager) are supported by a Development Team that also includes the President and CEO, Chief Financial Officer, General Counsel, Innovation and Evaluation Center Manager, and External Affairs Manager. Development staff also work closely with the Compliance Team to support management of responsibilities under grant and loan agreements and contracts.

POSITION PURPOSE
The Grants Manager is responsible for developing and driving the cost-effective implementation of grant fundraising strategies that achieve and advance the overall resource development goals for Craft3. Duties include the identification of grant opportunities from diverse financial partners (foundations, government agencies, banks and other corporations), development of grant proposals, cultivation and management of grantor relationships, and reporting on deliverables of grant and investment agreements. This position will have an annual fundraising goal to support revenue generation for the company. The Grants Manager works closely with the Development Director, the Development Team, the Compliance Team, and other business unit leaders and subject matter experts across the company to maintain a diverse and stable funding base for Craft3’s work.

Responsibilities:

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES include some or all of the following and are not intended to be all-inclusive. Craft3 reserves the right to change, add or delete responsibilities and duties as seen fit. An employee’s specific job duties, priorities, and performance expectations are detailed in his/her individual performance plan.

Development, Funders, Research and Analysis
• Develop and lead the implementation of Craft3’s grant fundraising strategy
• Identify and champion diverse grant funding opportunities and prospects in alignment with organizational mission and strategy.
• Lead the preparation of operating and loan capital grant applications from diverse funders, including foundations, governments, and banks and other corporations through writing, research, data analysis and communication with grantors.
• Achieve or exceed annual fundraising goals to meet budgeted grant-related revenue projections.
• Lead fundraising meetings/calls with existing and prospective grantors to maintain and increase financial support; may require periodic regional travel.
• Lead due diligence meetings/calls during grantor review processes; deliver documentation and responses to grantor inquiries, often involving consultation with various departments.
• Organize and deliver closing documentation to grantors.
• Manage award negotiations for approved grants, as applicable.
• Coordinate and oversee grantor site visits, as needed.
• Lead the development of interim and final reports on grants and investments, including the coordination with and delegation to the Compliance Team, sector and place leads, and department heads to obtain data and other content, and the analysis of financial, portfolio, and impact data, to support report completion.
• Actively participate in Development Team meetings, present grant opportunities, certain reports and discussion topics, and manage grant-related tasks and action items assigned to team members.

Requirements:

MINIMUM EDUCATION AND WORK EXPERIENCE REQUIREMENTS
Bachelor’s degree or equivalent experience required. Graduate work in community development, city and regional planning or urban and environmental planning, public policy, or finance preferred. A minimum of five years relevant work experience in fundraising or resource development activities with successful track record is required. Broad experience and relationships in philanthropic, corporate and government funding segments preferred. Additional work experience at a CDFI or nonprofit loan fund or in economic/ community development, nonprofit management and/or community development finance a plus. Equivalent combination of education and experience may be considered as a substitute for formal education.

Compensation:

Craft3 offers a competitive salary range of $63,000-$96,000/annually, based on experience and skills, as well as an excellent benefits package including medical, dental, vision, Life/AD&D, LTD/STD insurance, paid sick and vacation leave, volunteer time off, wellness program, transportation, flexible schedule, and 403B Retirement savings plan with employer match.

How to Apply:

Apply online at www.Craft3.org/Careers/jobs and include:
• Cover Letter
• Resume
• Professional Writing Sample: Grant Proposal written the last five (5) years where you were the primary author, no more than ten (10) pages, pdf format. Redactions accepted if there are confidentiality concerns.

Application Deadline: November 10, 2019

For more information about Craft3 and our Benefits visit our website at www.Craft3.org/Careers/benefits

Craft3 is an equal opportunity employer; women and minorities are encouraged to apply.

Grants Manager Craft3
Seattle, WA
Job Function: Grant Writer
Posted: October 8, 2019

Background:

Craft3 is a nonprofit Community Development Financial Institution (CDFI) with a mission to strengthen economic, ecological and family resilience throughout Oregon and Washington communities. We do this by providing loans to entrepreneurs, nonprofits, individuals, including those without access to traditional financing. We then complement these financial resources with our expertise, professional connections and other advocacy for our clients. Learn more at www.craft3.org.

Position Summary:

Craft3’s Development business unit cultivates and manages financial partnerships with mission-driven philanthropic and religious organizations, banks and non-bank corporations, local, state and federal government agencies, and individuals. Through these relationships, we identify and raise financial resources that support our lending activities, in the form of operating and capital grants and loans. Development also leads on off-balance sheet capitalization through New Markets Tax Credits and fund management contracts. Two staff (Development Director and Grants Manager) are supported by a Development Team that also includes the President and CEO, Chief Financial Officer, General Counsel, Innovation and Evaluation Center Manager, and External Affairs Manager. Development staff also work closely with the Compliance Team to support management of responsibilities under grant and loan agreements and contracts.

POSITION PURPOSE
The Grants Manager is responsible for developing and driving the cost-effective implementation of grant fundraising strategies that achieve and advance the overall resource development goals for Craft3. Duties include the identification of grant opportunities from diverse financial partners (foundations, government agencies, banks and other corporations), development of grant proposals, cultivation and management of grantor relationships, and reporting on deliverables of grant and investment agreements. This position will have an annual fundraising goal to support revenue generation for the company. The Grants Manager works closely with the Development Director, the Development Team, the Compliance Team, and other business unit leaders and subject matter experts across the company to maintain a diverse and stable funding base for Craft3’s work.

Responsibilities:

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES include some or all of the following and are not intended to be all-inclusive. Craft3 reserves the right to change, add or delete responsibilities and duties as seen fit. An employee’s specific job duties, priorities, and performance expectations are detailed in his/her individual performance plan.

Development, Funders, Research and Analysis
• Develop and lead the implementation of Craft3’s grant fundraising strategy
• Identify and champion diverse grant funding opportunities and prospects in alignment with organizational mission and strategy.
• Lead the preparation of operating and loan capital grant applications from diverse funders, including foundations, governments, and banks and other corporations through writing, research, data analysis and communication with grantors.
• Achieve or exceed annual fundraising goals to meet budgeted grant-related revenue projections.
• Lead fundraising meetings/calls with existing and prospective grantors to maintain and increase financial support; may require periodic regional travel.
• Lead due diligence meetings/calls during grantor review processes; deliver documentation and responses to grantor inquiries, often involving consultation with various departments.
• Organize and deliver closing documentation to grantors.
• Manage award negotiations for approved grants, as applicable.
• Coordinate and oversee grantor site visits, as needed.
• Lead the development of interim and final reports on grants and investments, including the coordination with and delegation to the Compliance Team, sector and place leads, and department heads to obtain data and other content, and the analysis of financial, portfolio, and impact data, to support report completion.
• Actively participate in Development Team meetings, present grant opportunities, certain reports and discussion topics, and manage grant-related tasks and action items assigned to team members.

Requirements:

MINIMUM EDUCATION AND WORK EXPERIENCE REQUIREMENTS
Bachelor’s degree or equivalent experience required. Graduate work in community development, city and regional planning or urban and environmental planning, public policy, or finance preferred. A minimum of five years relevant work experience in fundraising or resource development activities with successful track record is required. Broad experience and relationships in philanthropic, corporate and government funding segments preferred. Additional work experience at a CDFI or nonprofit loan fund or in economic/ community development, nonprofit management and/or community development finance a plus. Equivalent combination of education and experience may be considered as a substitute for formal education.

Compensation:

Craft3 offers a competitive salary range of $63,000-$96,000/annually, based on experience and skills, as well as an excellent benefits package including medical, dental, vision, Life/AD&D, LTD/STD insurance, paid sick and vacation leave, volunteer time off, wellness program, transportation, flexible schedule, and 403B Retirement savings plan with employer match.

How to Apply:

Apply online at www.Craft3.org/Careers/jobs and include:
• Cover Letter
• Resume
• Professional Writing Sample: Grant Proposal written the last five (5) years where you were the primary author, no more than ten (10) pages, pdf format. Redactions accepted if there are confidentiality concerns.

Application Deadline: November 10, 2019

For more information about Craft3 and our Benefits visit our website at: www.Craft3.org/Careers/benefits

Craft3 is an equal opportunity employer; women and minorities are encouraged to apply.

Grants Manager Craft3
Klamath Falls, OR
Job Function: Grant Writer
Posted: October 8, 2019

Background:

Craft3 is a nonprofit Community Development Financial Institution (CDFI) with a mission to strengthen economic, ecological and family resilience throughout Oregon and Washington communities. We do this by providing loans to entrepreneurs, nonprofits, individuals, including those without access to traditional financing. We then complement these financial resources with our expertise, professional connections and other advocacy for our clients. Learn more at www.craft3.org.

Position Summary:

Craft3’s Development business unit cultivates and manages financial partnerships with mission-driven philanthropic and religious organizations, banks and non-bank corporations, local, state and federal government agencies, and individuals. Through these relationships, we identify and raise financial resources that support our lending activities, in the form of operating and capital grants and loans. Development also leads on off-balance sheet capitalization through New Markets Tax Credits and fund management contracts. Two staff (Development Director and Grants Manager) are supported by a Development Team that also includes the President and CEO, Chief Financial Officer, General Counsel, Innovation and Evaluation Center Manager, and External Affairs Manager. Development staff also work closely with the Compliance Team to support management of responsibilities under grant and loan agreements and contracts.

POSITION PURPOSE
The Grants Manager is responsible for developing and driving the cost-effective implementation of grant fundraising strategies that achieve and advance the overall resource development goals for Craft3. Duties include the identification of grant opportunities from diverse financial partners (foundations, government agencies, banks and other corporations), development of grant proposals, cultivation and management of grantor relationships, and reporting on deliverables of grant and investment agreements. This position will have an annual fundraising goal to support revenue generation for the company. The Grants Manager works closely with the Development Director, the Development Team, the Compliance Team, and other business unit leaders and subject matter experts across the company to maintain a diverse and stable funding base for Craft3’s work.

Responsibilities:

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES include some or all of the following and are not intended to be all-inclusive. Craft3 reserves the right to change, add or delete responsibilities and duties as seen fit. An employee’s specific job duties, priorities, and performance expectations are detailed in his/her individual performance plan.

Development, Funders, Research and Analysis
• Develop and lead the implementation of Craft3’s grant fundraising strategy
• Identify and champion diverse grant funding opportunities and prospects in alignment with organizational mission and strategy.
• Lead the preparation of operating and loan capital grant applications from diverse funders, including foundations, governments, and banks and other corporations through writing, research, data analysis and communication with grantors.
• Achieve or exceed annual fundraising goals to meet budgeted grant-related revenue projections.
• Lead fundraising meetings/calls with existing and prospective grantors to maintain and increase financial support; may require periodic regional travel.
• Lead due diligence meetings/calls during grantor review processes; deliver documentation and responses to grantor inquiries, often involving consultation with various departments.
• Organize and deliver closing documentation to grantors.
• Manage award negotiations for approved grants, as applicable.
• Coordinate and oversee grantor site visits, as needed.
• Lead the development of interim and final reports on grants and investments, including the coordination with and delegation to the Compliance Team, sector and place leads, and department heads to obtain data and other content, and the analysis of financial, portfolio, and impact data, to support report completion.
• Actively participate in Development Team meetings, present grant opportunities, certain reports and discussion topics, and manage grant-related tasks and action items assigned to team members.

Requirements:

MINIMUM EDUCATION AND WORK EXPERIENCE REQUIREMENTS
Bachelor’s degree or equivalent experience required. Graduate work in community development, city and regional planning or urban and environmental planning, public policy, or finance preferred. A minimum of five years relevant work experience in fundraising or resource development activities with successful track record is required. Broad experience and relationships in philanthropic, corporate and government funding segments preferred. Additional work experience at a CDFI or nonprofit loan fund or in economic/ community development, nonprofit management and/or community development finance a plus. Equivalent combination of education and experience may be considered as a substitute for formal education.

Compensation:

Craft3 offers a competitive salary range of $63,000-$96,000/annually, based on experience and skills, as well as an excellent benefits package including medical, dental, vision, Life/AD&D, LTD/STD insurance, paid sick and vacation leave, volunteer time off, wellness program, transportation, flexible schedule, and 403B Retirement savings plan with employer match.

How to Apply:

Apply online at www.Craft3.org/Careers/jobs and include:
• Cover Letter
• Resume
• Professional Writing Sample: Grant Proposal written the last five (5) years where you were the primary author, no more than ten (10) pages, pdf format. Redactions accepted if there are confidentiality concerns.

Application Deadline: November 10, 2019

For more information about Craft3 and our Benefits visit our website at: www.Craft3.org/Careers/benefits

Craft3 is an equal opportunity employer; women and minorities are encouraged to apply.

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