The Federal Home Loan Bank of San Francisco is a cooperative, wholesale bank that helps meet community credit needs by providing readily available, competitively priced credit products and services to member financial institutions through all phases of the economic cycle. Our members include commercial banks, credit unions, industrial loan companies, savings institutions, insurance companies, and community development financial institutions headquartered in Arizona, California, and Nevada.
Perform reviews of affordable housing projects awarded funding through the Federal Home Loan Bank of San Francisco’s Affordable Housing Program (“AHP”) to determine eligibility within program guidelines and regulatory requirements. Consult with and provide expertise on community investment programs and affordable housing compliance issues to Bank management, members, prospective members, community partners, and the Federal Home Loan Bank System.
-AHP Project Support
-Analyze development and operating budgets of completed projects to confirm feasibility and need for AHP funds. Work with awardees to collect and review limited partnership agreements, loan documentation, cost certifications, and other documentation to assess risk of releasing funds and approve award disbursements. Review project compliance with regulatory requirements and Bank guidelines.
-Manage the timely receipt and accurate representation of information required for confirming project eligibility. Maximize process efficiency and work quality. ---Manage database information to ensure accurate and timely updates of project status. Assemble and annotate relevant documentation for review by management, internal audit, and federal regulators.
-Monitor project progress towards completion within program time limits and work with members and project owners to recycle unused funds.
-AHP Application Support
-Score, evaluate, determine eligibility, financial feasibility and need for subsidy of applications submitted in the annual competitive application rounds. Recommend applications for approval.
-Technical Assistance and Outreach
-Provide technical assistance and outreach to members and community partners, including individual project guidance and conducting application webinar trainings. Participate in and assist in planning Bank-sponsored webinars, workshops, conferences, or other events. Actively represent the Bank at meetings, public speaking engagements, and community-sponsored events.
-Assist in the production of various publications that the Bank is required to produce such as brochures related to training workshops, product profiles for AHP products, the Affordable Housing Advisory Council’s annual report, and the Bank’s newsletter on community investment.
-Assist the Bank in achieving its mission-related goals, including research into potential community investment programs, scoring criteria, program design, and work related to fulfilling the Bank’s Community Lending Plan initiatives.
-Conduct research as needed. Present and recommend program ideas and research findings to senior management and/or the Bank’s Affordable Housing Advisory Council . Maintain the integrity of research data through careful, logical, and resourceful review and assembly of available information.
-Conduct project site visits, as necessary.
-Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration, Finance or a related field, or equivalent education or professional experience required.
-Minimum four years experience in community investment, lending, affordable housing finance, affordable housing asset management, or loan processing within a financial institution or affordable housing nonprofit preferred. Familiarity with affordable housing financing structures desired.
-Demonstrated project management skills including the ability to take initiative in a fast-paced work environment, work effectively under pressure, both independently or as a member of a team.
-Demonstrated ability to effectively communicate with all levels of an organization including external clients, internal management, and team members.
-Demonstrated knowledge of affordable housing development, regulations and policy: public and private financing sources available, the Low-income Housing Tax Credit Program, project-based rental assistance, other public grant programs.
-Preferred knowledge of Finance and financing structures; must be familiar with loan documentation; must be able to analyze sources of financing, operating and development budgets, statements of cash flow; must understand the basics of retention and recapture mechanisms (subordination arrangements, silent second notes, and lien positions).
-Attention to detail and ability to clearly and thoughtfully review and organize documentation required.
-Ability to operate PC-based software (Excel, Outlook, Word) and/or automated database systems required.
-Excellent verbal and written communication skills with strong analytical and problem-solving skills required.
-Ability to analyze, apply, interpret, and communicate policies, procedures and regulations effectively.
-Understanding of how member banks use advances (i.e., loans) to support affordable housing preferred.
We believe our employees are our most important asset. In addition to competitive compensation, we offer a variety of benefits, including: medical, dental, vision, life insurance, 401K with match, Cash Balance Retirement Plan, 20 days of paid vacation, 10 paid holidays, 12 days of sick time, time off to volunteer, commuter programs, and access to our state-of-the art, on-site gym. Come Join Us !
The Federal Home Loan Bank of San Francisco is an Equal Employment Opportunity employer and is committed to a diverse workforce. We value and actively seek to recruit, develop, and retain individuals with varied backgrounds and experiences reflecting the full diversity of the communities that we serve. It is the policy of the Bank to comply with all applicable laws concerning the employment of persons with disabilities.
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Communities on the margins of opportunity deserve a trusted partner on their journey towards financial growth and stability. As a locally invested, collaborative partner in social justice and financial equity, Community Vision provides nonprofits, small businesses, and social enterprises with strategic investment and guidance deepening work, scaling impact, and strengthening our communities. The Development & Communications Department coordinates and manages individual donors, annual event, institutional giving, individual investors, capital grants, marketing, communications, and brand adherence at Community Vision. We strive to create a supportive working environment for our internal customers and to be a responsive partner for our external stakeholders. For more information on our programs and services, please visit our website at www.communityvisionca.org
The Director of Development & Communications, a senior management position, is responsible for leading Community Vision’s capital-raising efforts for operating support and lending capital. Reporting directly to Community Vision’s President, and supervising four staff, the Director of Development & Communications will plan, develop, and implement comprehensive strategies to raise individual and institutional donations and investments that support Community Vision’s core lending and consulting services. They will also coordinate external marketing and communications to increase public awareness of Community Vision, its programs, and initiatives.
The ideal candidate for this position is an experienced and resourceful professional who is well-organized, highly motivated, people-oriented and excited about working in an expanding nonprofit in the community development and opportunity finance field. Expertise in grant-writing and individual donor development is especially desirable, along with knowledge of and contacts within local, regional, and national foundations. Experience with impact investment and/or community capital is also of particular priority. The ideal candidate will be an articulate and persuasive writer, an accomplished story teller, and an engaging public speaker. This is a very high touch position. The ideal candidate must demonstrate exceptional interpersonal skills capable of building and maintaining productive relationships with our investors, donors, and community partners.
The Director of Development & Communications will be responsible for developing and leading implementation of Community Vision’s annual fund development and communications plan, including a fundraising campaign to individuals, corporations and foundations, growth of a robust individual investor portfolio, and the organization’s marketing and communications strategies and activities. A major initial priority of this position will be to obtain new, diverse sources of operating support for Community Vision’s steady growth, as called for in our recently completed strategic plan. Another important priority will be to expand the pool of individual and corporate investment capital for Community Vision’s revolving loan fund.
• Create and manage an annual Development Plan that guides activities and achieves the organization’s goals for financial sustainability and growth
• Work with program managers and other staff to develop fundraising strategies for new initiatives and programs
• Develop and implement a major gifts program
• Create annual individual giving campaign
• Oversee all institutional giving relationships including coordinating grant and reporting
• Plan and implement events such as Community Vision’s large (250+ attendees) annual event
• Increase sponsorship of Community Vision’s annual event
• Work with Community Vision’s volunteer board members to create a culture of philanthropy at Community Vision and strengthen the Board’s ability to raise operating and capital resources
• Provide stewardship to the Board Development Committee, ensuring that Board members have meaningful roles in Community Vision’s fundraising planning and activities
• Expand Community Vision’s total lending capital by diversifying the organization’s investor base, and securing new investments and grants into its revolving loan fund from individuals, banks, corporations, religious organizations, government agencies, and foundations
• Build and maintain existing relationships with funders and investors
• Create engagement opportunities for new investors and recognition opportunities for existing investors
• Oversee annual Securities Permit application, end-of-year interest payment coordination, and other deadline-specific activities
• Create/maintain partnerships that open Community Vision to new areas of investment
Communications & Marketing
• Create and implement marketing and communications strategies, social media campaigns, and materials both for business development and to increase public awareness of Community Vision’s work
• Oversee all communication, marketing and brand standards including message discipline, use of brand elements, etc.
• Oversee the production of funder and investor reports, monthly e-newsletter, annual report, and other marketing materials, and the maintenance of websites and social media platforms
• Create engaging content that promotes Community Vision’s staff expertise and thought leadership
• Create presentations, pitch decks, and other visual materials in support of staff
• Coordinate video production, webinars, and other multi-media activities
• Work closely with Community Vision’s President to plan and support her external relationships and public communications within the communities Community Vision works with
• Work cooperatively across departments to maintain Community Vision’s communication and brand ID standards
• This position directly supervises a team of four, including a Senior Communications Officer; Senior Development Associate, Investment Relations Associate, and Content Developer.
• Manage, recruit, hire, train, and retain the operations staff
• Ensure a high level of customer service in support of internal customers and external stakeholders in Community Vision’s growing organization
• Interact effectively with employees in order to direct workflow, assess performance, and assign duties
• Actively model Community Vision’s established professional practices in support of the organization’s strategic priorities of building racial and economic equity
• Support other managers on personnel and compliance issues, as needed
• The Director of Development & Communications reports to the President, and serves as a member of Community Vision’s senior management team
• Lead and manage Development & Communications staff
• Report to the Board of Directors and staff board committees as appropriate
• Cultivate and maintain numerous external relationships with investors, funders, clients, vendors, partners and other aligned organizations
• Work across departments and with regional teams
• High level of integrity and commitment to Community Vision’s mission, vision, and core values
• Bachelor’s Degree in relevant field or equivalent experience
• At least five years of executive/senior level experience as a Development Director, Communications Director, Marketing Director, or similar
• Experience in guiding organizational growth and change management
• Strong problem solving and group work leadership skills
• Ability to work independently and as part of a team
• Exceptional oral and written communication skills including proper use of communication tools and technologies
• Excellent organizational skills with the ability to balance and prioritize multiple tasks and requests and meet deadlines in a professional manner
• Strategic, able to recognize opportunities and move on them quickly
• Ability to artfully build consensus and bring people together
• Experience effectively motivating Board Members
• Commitment to fostering collaboration and teamwork; ability to inspire and lead cross-functional teams
• Ability to maintain flexibility; balance between the creative and constraining aspects of this department
Desired Qualifications, Skills & Experience
• Experience or expertise on issues of racial and economic equity and the intersection of social justice and community economic development highly preferred
• Understanding of impact investing, community capital and/or socially responsible investments
• Experience living, working, or organizing in the communities we serve – especially areas outside of the Bay Area; Central Valley knowledge is especially desirable
• Experience or expertise in managing staff/teams
• Sense of humor
Hours and Location
• Full-time position
• Work hours will be predominantly during regular business hours, although occasional evenings and weekends will be required
• A flexible schedule may be accommodated
• Worksite will be at the offices of Community Vision in San Francisco and Oakland
• Occasional travel outside the Bay Area for site visits, conferences, etc.
Competitive nonprofit salary range depending upon experience, plus an excellent benefits package including health, dental, retirement plan and three weeks of vacation. Community Vision has a strong commitment to a work-life balance.
We realize that the impact of discriminatory policy, institutionalized financial neglect, and systemic racism have resulted in a deep sense of distrust felt among communities on the margins of opportunity, including people of color, folks of various abilities, genders and sexualities, and communities with low financial wealth. We believe that these communities must be centered in the work we do. Hence, we strongly encourage applications from people with these identities or who are members of other marginalized communities. Community Visions is an equal opportunity employer; people of all backgrounds are strongly encouraged to apply.
How to Apply:
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Application Deadline: open until filled
Home to more than 58,000 women’s health care professionals, the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists (ACOG) is a membership organization leading advancements in women’s health. When you become part of the ACOG team, you’re part of an organization that values communicating evidence-based, peer-reviewed information about women’s health to members and the general public. ACOG supports its members by maintaining authoritative clinical guidance, providing continuing medical education resources, patient education materials and more. Together with our members, we are working to transform the future of women’s health by delivering a compelling member experience, supporting the ob-gyn profession, and advocating for improved women’s health.
American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists (ACOG), a membership organization dedicated to the advancement of women’s health care in Washington, DC, is currently seeking a Financial Analyst to work hands-on with all aspects of financial planning and analysis activities (modeling, forecasting, quantitative analysis), reporting to the Director of FP&A. Research and document budget variances to ensure managments understanding of budget issues. Additionally, this position will work closely with both internal/external stakeholders in the management of distribution and fulfillment activities, for the College’s product inventory.
• Assist in management of the annual financial plan and budgeting process. Including the development of the annual operating budget, workforce planning, and capital budget.
• Prepare monthly management reports analyzing trends and documenting variances from budget.
• Increase productivity by developing and maintaining automated reporting/forecasting tools
• Create ad-hoc analysis to evaluate programmatic activities in support of strategic decision making.
• Work closely with accounting team to ensure accurate financial reporting.
• Develop and document processes and procedures using best practices.
• Serve as the liaison to the distribution center. Investigate and resolve inventory issues in a timely manner.
• Assist in the maintenance of inventory of all ACOG products. Monitor inventory and reorder products to maintain a sufficient level of stock.
• Analyze sales trends and provide recommedations to management on ways maximize the profitability of the product portfolio.
• Support new product launches, including pricing recommendations, product discounting, and fulfillment guidance.
• Bachelor’s degree in accounting, finance, business administration, or other related field preferred.
• Must have at least 2-5 years of relavent experience.
• Ability to effectively communicate the narrative behind the data, in order to drive decisions.
• Knowledge of inventory and distribution center management.
• Familiar with Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint.
• Excellent oral and written communication skills.
Paid Parental Leave – Breastfeeding Friendly Workplace – Flexible work schedule – Commuting Allowance – Generous Paid Time Off – Holiday Pay – Life Insurance – Community Volunteering Opportunities – Generous 401(k) Company Contributions – Medical, Dental, and Vision Insurance – Learning Opportunities and Tuition Reimbursement – Company-Sponsored Team Outings – and more!
ACOG is an EEO employer committed to providing equal employment opportunities to all applicants and employees. As a federal government contractor and in accordance with applicable laws, regulations, and Executive Orders, the College takes affirmative action to ensure that applicants and employees covered are not discriminated against because of their race, color, religion, national origin, sex (gender), age, disability, pregnancy, marital status, sexual orientation, personal appearance, gender identity or expression, family responsibilities, political affiliation, veteran status, genetic information, or any other characteristic that is protected by applicable law. For more information about your equal employment opportunity rights, please view this poster: EEO is the Law. The College also participates in E-Verify.
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MAYOR'S OFFICE OF HOUSING AND COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT (MOHCD)
MOHCD’s mission is to support San Franciscans with affordable housing opportunities and essential services to build strong communities. We are industry leaders in financing the development, rehabilitation and preservation of affordable housing. Through our financing, we strengthen the social, physical and economic infrastructure of San Francisco’s low-income neighborhoods and communities in need. We actively collaborate with community-based organizations, non-profits, affordable housing developers, and other City agencies and staff, in our pursuit of a more equitable and affordable San Francisco. In our hiring practices, we strive to build teams that reflect the diversity of our City and the populations we serve, and we urge qualified candidates of all races, ethnicity, sexual orientation, and gender identity to apply.
9774 SENIOR COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT SPECIALIST I
MAYOR’S OFFICE OF HOUSING AND COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT
The Asset Manager serves on the Housing Division’s Asset Management Team, which focuses on preserving the City’s existing investments in affordable housing and provides a critical feedback loop to internal and external partners that informs resource allocation decisions.
The Asset Manager performs difficult and complex housing program transactions, analysis, and oversight.
You may view the entire employment announcement on the City and County of San Francisco - Department of Human Resources webpage at www.sfdhr.org
How to Apply:
Applications for City and County of San Francisco jobs are only accepted through an online process. Visit www.jobaps.com/sf to register an account (if you have not already done so) and begin the application process.
• Select the desired job announcement
• Select “Apply” and read and acknowledge the information
• Select either “I am a New User” if you have not previously registered, or “I have Registered Previously”
• Follow instructions on the screen Computers are available for the public (from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Monday through Friday) to file online applications in the lobby of the Dept. of Human Resources at 1 South Van Ness Avenue, 4th Floor, San Francisco.
The Project Manager performs multifamily housing finance work, including planning, development, implementation, monitoring and evaluation assignments; coordinates the development of plans and programs; reviews projects to ensure compliance with applicable Federal, State and local laws, regulations and procedures; provides technical assistance to development partners, project staff, and other agencies; reviews and makes recommendations regarding the financing plans and programs, development budgets, construction budgets, operating budgets, timelines, entitlements, service plans, and proposed activities of entities receiving funding to ensure compliance with operational methods and procedures; prepares, reviews, and executes contracts and other necessary documents and fiscal payments to entities receiving funds; collects and evaluates performance data from development partners and prepares written evaluation reports for internal and external parties; coordinates and streamlines various phases of project or program implementation with other agencies; meets with agencies, architects, and contractors to outline funding program requirements and procedures; monitors progress of construction, including site visits, and processing payments; reviews and makes recommendations on proposals for housing and community development funding and/or special project funding in one or more program areas; collects data and prepares a wide variety of reports, memoranda, and correspondence related to housing and community development activities; and other duties as assigned.
Positions in this classification function at the journey level in the Community Development Specialist series. Employees in this class carry out their assignments with considerable independence. Positions in this class are distinguished from the lower classification 9772 Community Development Specialist by their significant coordinating and monitoring responsibility over a variety of housing development projects. Employees in this classification may serve in a lead role for subordinate personnel.
1. Possession of a baccalaureate degree from an accredited college or university AND three (3) years of administrative/professional experience in community development, housing development, workforce development, finance, education, social work, children/youth work, or criminal justice; OR
2. Possession of a baccalaureate degree from an accredited college or university with a major in one of the following fields: public or business administration, urban planning, government, social work, education, finance or criminal justice AND two (2) year of administrative/professional experience in community development, housing and/or housing development, workforce development, finance, education, social work, children/youth work, criminal justice; OR
3. Possession of a Master's degree from an accredited college or university in public policy, planning, social work, public administration, finance, education, criminal justice, or business administration; AND one (1) year of administrative/professional experience in community development, housing and /or housing development, workforce development, finance, education, social work, children/youth work, or criminal justice; OR
4. Possession of a Juris Doctor degree from an accredited college or university AND one (1) year of administrative/professional experience in community development, housing and/or housing development, workforce development, finance, education, social work, children/youth work, or criminal justice.
SUBSTITUTION: Verifiable administrative/professional experience involving community development, housing and/or housing development, workforce development, finance, education, social work, children/youth work, or criminal justice may substitute for the educational requirement in Minimum Qualification #1 on a year-for-year basis.
Note: Applicants must meet the minimum qualification requirement by the final filing date unless otherwise noted. Special Conditions: The department requires 24 months of Local, State, Federal, Community Block Grants, Housing, Housing Development experience. Special Conditions: The above minimum qualifications reflect special conditions associated with the position(s) to be filled.
$43.94 - $53.40/hour; $7,616.00 - $9,256.00/month; $91,390.00 - $111,072.00/year
How to Apply:
Applications for City and County of San Francisco jobs are only accepted through an online process. Visit www.jobaps.com/sf to register an account (if you have not already done so) and begin the application process.
Select the desired job announcement
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Follow instructions on the screen
Computers are available for the public (from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Monday through Friday) to file online applications in the lobby of the Dept. of Human Resources at 1 South Van Ness Avenue, 4th Floor, San Francisco.
Applicants may be contacted by email about this announcement and, therefore, it is their responsibility to ensure that their registered email address is accurate and kept up-to-date. Also, applicants must ensure that email from CCSF is not blocked on their computer by a spam filter. To prevent blocking, applicants should set up their email to accept CCSF mail from the following addresses (@sfgov.org, @sfdpw.org, @sfport.com, @flysfo.com, @sfwater.org, @sfdph.org, @asianart.org, @sfmta.com, @sfpl.org, @dcyf.org, @first5sf.org, @famsf.org, @ccsf.edu).
Applicants will receive a confirmation email that their online application has been received in response to every announcement for which they file. Applicants should retain this confirmation email for their records. Failure to receive this email means that the online application was not submitted or received.
All work experience, education, training and other information substantiating how you meet the minimum qualifications must be included on your application by the filing deadline. Information submitted after the filing deadline will not be considered in determining whether you meet the minimum qualifications.
Applications completed improperly may be cause for ineligibility, disqualification or may lead to lower scores.
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About Quantified Ventures
Quantified Ventures is an outcomes-based capital firm. Leveraging deep content expertise and extensive capital relationships, we plan, finance, and develop transformative projects and programs that create health, social, and environmental impacts for a growing array of public and private organizations.
The large and growing market for impact investment capital is challenging the former notion of a trade-off between financial and social returns. By deploying impact capital to social enterprises that are demonstrably creating positive impact, we can support their sustainability and accelerate society’s ability to address the world’s most pressing challenges. At Quantified Ventures, we simplify access to impact capital to scale solutions and interventions that drive true social change through innovative financing mechanisms.
What We Do
Quantified Ventures fosters systems change through consulting, project development, and investment. We work with innovative organizations in the social, public, and private sectors in identifying, designing, and structuring impact investment transactions, through outcomes-based financing. We advise nonprofit organizations and private social enterprises with a demonstrated track record and evidence of program outcomes in preparing for and securing impact capital. We help governments, health plans, health systems, and public agencies align payment with the achievement of outcomes. Lastly, we work with impact investors to optimize their capital deployment strategies to maximize social and financial returns.
Leveraging our own tri-sector experience, we believe that moving the needle on the biggest social challenges will be driven by collaborative leadership from public, private, and social sectors. Most critically, we cultivate a focus on transaction efficiencies and scalable investment products because we believe that both are required to grow a self-sustaining impact investing market.
The VP, Marketing and Operations reports directly to the CEO, is a key member of the Executive Leadership Team (ELT), and works in concert with all staff members. The VP leads all marketing efforts - helping both the Environment and Health & Human Services teams to effectively communicate and disseminate their work to a range of audiences. The VP contributes to the growth and development of many areas of the business, including:
-Sales and Marketing
-Financial, Human Resources, and Operations Planning
More specifically, the VP, Marketing and Operations will:
-Optimize organizational messaging for prospective clients and partners of the value proposition we offer through our products and services.
-Design and implement thought leadership strategies that both grow the market we are making and establish a strong footprint for Quantified Ventures within it.
-Design and manage processes for measuring and communicating our company’s impact, both quantitatively and qualitatively.
-Design and execute marketing and business development initiatives that drive market awareness, product education, and sales leads.
-Work with relevant staff to design and manage annual sales and marketing plans and budgets.
-Support the company’s efforts to deliver superior quality products and services to our clients and partners:
-Design high quality client products (e.g., deliverables, reports, fact sheets, graphics).
-Produce innovative, high quality, and efficient templates and tools (e.g., proposals, presentation decks, deliverables) for staff to leverage in their BD, sales, and client delivery efforts.
-Design and manage client feedback elicitation process, refining tools for periodic assessment of satisfaction and perception of QV value.
-Systematically manage or assist with all external communications with multiple stakeholder groups, including: Advisory Board members, investors, clients, prospects, partners and service providers.
-Design, deliver and continuously improve all sales and marketing collateral and touchpoint materials, channels, and systems including:
-Manage company e-newsletter including design, content and administration.
-Manage and continuously improve all web site strategies, functions and content.
-Manage all social media channels to create engaged, action-oriented stakeholder community mobilizing overall growth and market expansion.
-Design, refresh, and strategically disseminate corporate fact sheets, case studies, infographics, testimonials, and other supportive materials.
-Own and manage Customer Relationship Management system contacts and oversight.
-Own, deliver, and disseminate an annual impact report.
-Assist with the production of all Advisory Board communications and meeting materials, and investor relations materials.
-Represent Quantified Ventures Management Team at external events.
-Work collaboratively with our Management Team to drive media outreach and engagement.
-Serve as a credible, senior voice and product ambassador to external stakeholders at conferences, meetings, convenings, etc.
-Co-manage the Special Assistant and any marketing related interns.
We are seeking candidates with both content knowledge (e.g., environment/health, finance/consulting) as well as deep functional expertise who brings both public and private sector work experience. The successful candidate will bring expertise in:
-Branding: Optimally position Quantified Ventures within the markets we serve.
-Marketing and Sales: Design and deliver initiatives that educate and engage prospects and partner targets that shorten sales cycles.
-Communications: Design and create compelling, informative, and engaging materials for multiple stakeholder audiences.
-Data Management: Define marketing success in both qualitative and quantitative terms and measure progress via data collected and managed.
-Operations: Lead all internal duties including onboarding, select company-wide project management, and development and optimization of effective processes for a growth-based organization.Work with the Management Team to develop goals, strategies, and execution plans to reach company goals.
-Culture: Foster and spearhead culture related activities in line with the values of the organization to support the ongoing wellbeing of its team.
Quantified Ventures is a fast-paced, creative, supportive, and collaborative environment that keeps clients’ needs front and center. We seek an entrepreneurial candidate with the drive, can-do attitude, creativity, commitment to innovation, and attention to detail to help the Quantified Ventures team advance its mission and the broader field.
-Bachelor’s degree required. Graduate degree preferred.
-10+ years of blended marketing and communications experience, ideally in areas of finance, environmental or healthcare industry, business management/development, public management, consulting, and/or strategy.
-Strong people and program management skills, with practice navigating complex projects and partner relationships while delivering effectively and on time.
-Proven experience leading or working with teams, as well as demonstrated capability as a self-starter with an independent work ethic.
-Excellent written and oral communications skills, top-notch listening and communications skills.
-Ability to manage multiple and competing projects and priorities.
-Ability to bring humor, intellectual curiosity, joy and humility into this groundbreaking work.
-Passion for advancing the field of innovative finance.
-Willingness to travel.
Full-time; Salary is commensurate with experience and skill set.
How to Apply:
Please send a cover letter and resume to Eric Letsinger at firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject line of “VP, Marketing and Operations.”
Quantified Ventures is an equal opportunity employer committed to creating an inclusive environment for all employees. We seek and celebrate a diversity of background, thought, experience, and perspective. All qualified applicants will be afforded equal employment opportunities without discrimination because of actual or perceived race, color, national origin, sex, age, religion, disability, marital status, personal appearance, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, political affiliation, or genetic information.
Enterprise Community Loan Fund (ECLF) is a certified community development financial institution and a member of the Enterprise Family of Companies. Since its founding in 1982, Enterprise, our controlling entity, has raised and deployed more than $43.6B in equity, grants and loans to support low-income people and low-income communities including building or preserving nearly 585,000 affordable rental homes. For more information about enterprise, please visit our website at www.enterprisecommunity.com.
Proactive, results driven and highly experienced senior portfolio associate to support Loan Fund’s lending activities. This role is responsible for tasks associated with loan closings, loan servicing and program management with a range of varied loans (predevelopment, acquisition, construction and permanent loan) and diverse projects (affordable housing, charter schools, health care, facilities and other community development projects). Requires strong aptitude with numbers, problem solving, and collaborative skills.
Collects, prepares, and reviews loan documentation (letters, statements, notifications, etc.) prior to closing.
Serves as point of contact to loan officers, borrowers and external partners.
Enters and maintains loan data systems.
Reviews loan documents to ensure accurate implementation of key loan terms per the loan approval process.
Reviews insurance policies to ensure compliance with the Loan Fund’s Lending Standards and Guidelines.
Prepares and maintains loan closing checklists; works with Legal to ensure all loan closing conditions have been met and approved by appropriate/authorized parties.
Works with the Accounting and Capital Management staff to set-up new loans and programs in the Loan Fund’s lending databases.
Coordinates funds for disbursement required at loan closing.
Administers segments of the loan servicing activities to ensure procedures are properly and efficiently carried out.
Services and monitors a portion of Loan Funds “on and off-balance sheet” loans.
Processes monthly draw requests for construction and non-construction loans.
Monitors and/or follows-up on loan reporting and other milestones needed for loan compliance.
Updates loan information to include file maintenance, lending databases, processing loans payoffs and archiving records.
Assists Lenders and Chief Credit Officer with processing loan modifications.
Assists with the administration of specific lending programs to develop reports, administer lender pools; selling participation in loans; maintenance of data in lending databases
Undergraduate degree. A minimum of at least four (4) to six (6) years of relevant experience in loan administration and loan monitoring/servicing.
Must be detailed oriented, proficient at working with and improving systems and possess strong aptitude with numbers.
Demonstrated knowledge of real estate and construction lending; affordable housing and community development; and corporate and real estate insurance.
Strong oral and written communication skills.
Expert MS Office and Outlook skills.
Knowledge of Salesforce and/or Precision LM (LMS) system is a plus.
Strong ability to establish and maintain systems for organizing work; well-developed time management skills and ability to meet stringent deadlines and time constraints in a busy department.
Mature judgement and demonstrated ability to work with minimal supervision in a fast-paced department.
Demonstrated professionalism, diplomacy and composure; flexible and able to adapt to a variety of situation.
Commensurate with experience
How to Apply:
Please visit our website at https://careers.enterprisecommunity.com/Careers.aspx
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.
The Loan Servicer, Senior Associate coordinates and oversees all loan administration and servicing aspects of NFF’s diverse loan portfolio and assists in the servicing of NFF’s New Market Tax Credits portfolio. As an important member of a close-working team of local and national professionals, the Loan Servicer provides critical support to the Financial Services team in ongoing relationship and risk management of a portfolio of loans, New Market Tax Credits investments and other financial products. This role requires an ability to balance multiple priorities and a detail-oriented approach to meeting time sensitive deadlines.
This position will be based in NFF’s New York, NY office. This position will report to the Director of Portfolio Management, Financial Services.
Loan Servicing and Administration:
Responsible for the set-up and maintenance of systems and databases for the administration, reporting and servicing of Financial Services products and clients, including loan onboarding, billing, draws and payments, delinquency management, and other portfolio activity for Financial Services products and clients.
Reviews loan documentation, including loan, security and participation agreements, promissory notes, and closing memos, to ensure a correct understanding of the loan terms or resolve any issues or inconsistencies.
Completes the onboarding of new loans, loan modifications and renewals by accurately summarizing the loan terms and entering such information into the loan management system in a timely manner, per NFF’s internal procedures and policies; updates loan terms on existing loans to reflect loan conversion dates, changes in interest rates payment terms, and maturity dates.
Serves as the primary contact for clients and participant lenders on all loan servicing-related matters.
Coordinates with underwriters, in-house counsel and portfolio managers on the collection of post-closing items.
Reviews wire transfers for accuracy and compliance with loan disbursement conditions and ensures that all required approvals have been obtained and back-up documentation is attached.
Establishes ACH processing set-up on new loans.
Calculates non-use fees on lines of credit.
Prepares and sends loan invoices and prepares ACH batches.
Generates lock box and ACH reports on loan payments.
Reviews participant remittances from lead lenders and NFF remittance reports for accuracy.
Enters data into, and ensures and validates data integrity of, the loan management system (CommonGoals TEA10) and CRM system (Salesforce), including loan disbursements, interest capitalizations, and payments; compares self-calculated capitalizations with loan management system records.
Responsible for expertise in utilization of TEA10 for loan servicing and supporting training of colleagues on use of TEA 10.
Works collaboratively with the Finance team to reconcile internal records with bank account statements.
Confirms collection of all payments, including late fees and default interest.
Monitors late and delinquent payment status and upcoming and past maturities.
Leads early collection efforts with clients, reaching out to clients that are between 10-30 days late, and alerting Portfolio Managers of any borrowers that are late in payment.
Monitors borrower compliance with insurance requirements in a spreadsheet to ensure that coverage does not lapse, and obtains all required insurance certificates, endorsements and policies from clients in a timely manner; notifies the Director of Portfolio Management of any borrower noncompliance with insurance requirements and ensures that no disbursements are made on loans with lapsed insurance coverage or incomplete documentation.
Provides assistance to the Director of Portfolio Management and recommends solutions to resolve operational and servicing issues.
Creates and maintains spreadsheets as needed.
Maintains loan and portfolio files for collateral and financial documents.
Completes close-out of repaid loans in TEA 10 and returns original promissory note and collateral release documentation to borrowers.
Supports the Loan Receivable Associate in servicing and overseeing the New Market Tax Credit portfolio.
Supports and contributes to a diverse range of Financial Services projects and initiatives.
Communication and Reporting:
Communicates and coordinates with Financial Services and Finance & Accounting management and staff on loan administration and servicing issues.
Responds to loan servicing inquiries from clients, partner lenders, and NFF staff.
Prepares client correspondence, including payoff letters.
Supports other Financial Services staff through the collection of financial statements, impact reports, and other documents, as requested.
Generates, reviews, approves and saves monthly loan portfolio reports and prepares the quarterly portfolio report for Financial Services staff, investors, loan committees and board.
Assembles data, conducts analysis and prepares reports and presentations for Financial Services staff, investors, loan committees and board.
Contributes to the refinement of NFF’s procedures and policies to enhance efficiency and minimize credit and operational risk.
Internal and External Relations:
Maintains a culture of quality customer service at all points of contact with NFF clients, investors, board and committee members, Financial Services team, regional and site management and other staff and professionals.
Essential Requirements for Education and/or Experience:
Bachelor’s degree or equivalent experience
At least three years of loan servicing and administration experience, ideally in commercial banking or with another CDFI
Knowledge of loan documentation, lending, and portfolio management concepts and terminology
Proficiency in Microsoft Office applications including Excel, Word, PowerPoint, and Outlook
Experience with loan management system data entry, invoicing, payment processing, monitoring, report generation, payoff and client service aspects of loan servicing and administration
Demonstrated written and oral communication and interpersonal skills
Detail oriented with strong time-management, multi-tasking, and organizational abilities
Demonstrated analytical skills
Self-starter with the ability to work independently as well as collaborate with a team across geographies
Ability to take initiative and focus on results
Specialized Knowledge/Beneficial Skills and Experience:
Experience with CommonGoals TEA10
Experience with Salesforce
Understanding of the New Markets Tax Credit program
An openness to learning new skills and systems, with an entrepreneurial work ethic
Demonstrated commitment to the nonprofit community
Flexibility, creativity, and patience, with imagination, enthusiasm and a sense of humor
<p>All salaries are commensurate with experience and include an attractive benefits package.</p>
How to Apply:
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Sojourner House Inc. is an agency organized to serve battered adults and their children. We embrace respect, compassion, fairness and equality in carrying out our mission. Our philosophy includes the following:
We believe that everyone has a right to live and work in an environment free from abuse of any sort. In keeping with this conviction, we strive to operate a mutually supportive and non-exploitive workplace.
We believe that domestic and sexual violence are rooted in a social attitude that violence is acceptable, a culture that devalues women, and a society structured by exploitation.
In the conviction that individual empowerment and social change go hand-in-hand, we work toward both. By embracing the concept of self-empowerment, we encourage all clients to realize their potential to control their own lives.
We value the strengths inherent in diversity of cultures, lifestyles, and ideas.
Sojourner House is a comprehensive domestic and sexual violence agency that provides residential, educational, and community-based interventions to families and individuals impacted by abuse. We seek a full-time Finance and Business Manager who will be a strategic member of Sojourner House’s team and report to the Executive Director. The Finance and Business Manager will help to manage the agency’s growing $3+ million budget, and they will be responsible for all of the accounting and bookkeeping functions of the organization, including payroll operations and preparations for the annual audit, as well as providing business development and management to the agency as a whole. The role requires an ability to do proper analysis in such areas as forecasting, budgeting, cost reduction, and operational performance. The individual must be exceptionally detail-oriented and maintain a high level of confidentiality regarding records of the organization.
Duties and Responsibilities:
• Prepare and record checks for payment of agency expenses;
• Prepare and record payments and deposits;
• Perform timely and accurate monthly close to facilitate monthly grant reporting and invoicing.
• Oversee cash flow planning and ensure availability of funds as needed;
• Ensure maintenance of appropriate internal controls and financial procedures;
• Manage grant expenditures and prepare financial reports to funding sources;
• Verify, track, and reconcile tenant rent payments and security deposits;
• Manage the agency budget in coordination with the Executive Director and participate in both annual and long-term financial planning;
• Assist with the preparation and monitoring of individual grant and program budgets;
• Keep the leadership team abreast of the organization’s financial status;
• Analyze and present financial reports in a timely manner to the Executive Director, Finance Committee, and Board of Directors.
• Prepare work papers and related materials to assist the organization’s independent annual audit;
• Oversee all payroll procedures in coordination with payroll service provider, including the tabulation of accrued employee benefits;
• Design and implement business plans and strategies to promote the attainment of financial goals;
• Ensure adherence to accounting and fiscal policies and objectives, and help to draft policies as needed and requested.
• Minimum of a B.A., ideally with an accounting, finance, or business degree;
• At least five (5) to seven (7) years of professional experience in financial and operations management;
• Previous non-profit financial management experience preferred;
• Experience with managing financial reports for federal grants;
• Experience with being responsible for the quality and content of financial data, reporting and audit documentation preparation;
• Experience with payroll functions;
• Tech savviness with experience with QuickBooks or other types of bookkeeping software;
• Excellent communication and relationship building skills with the ability to prioritize, negotiate and work with a variety of internal and external stakeholders;
• A commitment to the mission of Sojourner House.
How to Apply:
Interested candidates should submit a resume, cover letter, salary requirements, and contact information for 2-3 potential references to Erin Cole at email@example.com with the subject line, “Finance and Business Manager”. Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis, and early submissions are encouraged. Sojourner House is an equal opportunity employer. All applicants will be considered without regard to color, sex, religion, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, age, disability, veteran status, or genetics. To learn more about our work, please visit us at www.sojournerri.org.
NeighborWorks® Capital (NC) is a national community development financial institution (CDFI) that serves the real estate financing needs of the 250 members of the NeighborWorks® network located across the United States. Its current capitalization is $140+ million with over $95 million in loans outstanding nationwide. NC is based in Silver Spring, MD and provides loans to the members of this network that undertake real estate development projects beneficial to their communities, including affordable rental, for-sale housing and commercial projects. NC is a certified CDFI and is rated by Aeris Insight™.
NC’s loan portfolio includes short-term unsecured loans for pre-development costs, acquisition of sites and properties, construction or rehabilitation, mini-permanent and permanent multifamily properties, lines of credits and organizational/enterprise level financing. NC is implementing its Five-Year Strategic Plan that includes continued growth in lending impact and development of new products that will result in the doubling of the loan portfolio.
The Portfolio Manager has responsibility for managing the loans after closing, including loan monitoring, completing annual reviews, analyzing any changes in the borrower or project, proactively identifying early warning signs of trouble and implementing risk mitigation strategies, completing extension requests and modifications prior to maturity date, and recommending risk ratings. The Portfolio Manager reports to the Chief Portfolio Officer and works with both the Lending and Finance teams. S/he identifies existing and potential risks and makes risk management recommendations, maintains all data systems containing information related to loans in the portfolio, and provides reports to CEO, CFO, CLO, the Board, and funders.
• Perform annual reviews on each loan in the portfolio and make risk rating recommendations
• Maintain data systems related to required monitoring information for loans, borrowers, payment status, and risk analysis
• Interface with lead lenders or loan participants as appropriate
• Review and respond to loan modification and extension requests, complete necessary analysis and documentation prior to the maturity date
• Oversee and compile all disbursement requests, including construction draws and revolving lines of credit, obtaining and independently reviewing all required documentation
• Collect and analyze quarterly financial reports and project status updates from borrowers, proactively identifying early warning signs of trouble
• Identify any problem loans, assess risk rating and identify loans for enhanced monitoring and/or watch list inclusion
• Advise management well in advance of any potential covenant violation issues in the portfolio
• Provide historical lending and impact data for internal and external partners
• Review and recommend procedures to monitor and maintain collateral of secured loans, including insurance and property tax compliance, appraisal and reserve requirements, etc.
• Design forms, procedures, processes, and reports to enhance and/or automate NC’s Portfolio Management function, especially as it relates to data reporting
• Review Loan Closing Summary and establish relationship with borrowers
• At loan handoff meeting post-closing, review Status Report template provided by Loan Officers for clarity and conformity to commitment letter and loan documents
• Input new project loan information into Nortridge Loan System (NLS) prior to month-end
• Oversee completion of loan files including receipt of copies of recorded documents and final title policy
• Monitor compliance with credit policies covering risk management and participate in quarterly monitoring and loan loss reserve meetings
• Monitor payment of real estate taxes, insurance and other escrows
• Monitor collection information and pursue collection efforts when necessary
Other duties as assigned
• Work cooperatively and constructively with a wide variety of people
• Share responsibility for relationship management with Loan Officers to create loyalty and repeat business
• Build relationships with borrowers post-closing and encourage them to work in partnership with NeighborWorks Capital
• Meet deadlines while managing a portfolio of loans
• Resolve conflicts through negotiation, effectively balancing borrower needs with risk mitigation for NeighborWorks Capital
• Work effectively in a team environment and actively participate in joint problem solving; willingly cooperate with co-workers
• Maintain flexibility and adaptability to change
• Listen attentively to others, asking clarifying questions to gain a better understanding of the other person’s views
• Positively recognize the accomplishments of co-workers
• Come to meetings prepared, honor work commitments, and follow up as needed
• Honor the private and confidential matters of customers and co-workers
• Communicate courteously and effectively with others – deal with issues directly, in a respectful and timely manner, focus on resolving the issue while not criticizing the person
• Undergraduate degree in business, finance, economics or accounting, advanced degree in relevant field (finance, planning, etc.) is a plus
• At least 3 years of demonstrated relevant portfolio management experience, preferably in multi-family housing and/or commercial real estate at a CDFI or bank, or 5 years in a related field
• Proficiency in analyzing complex financial statements of for-profit and nonprofit organizations and their real estate operations
• Ability to create amortization schedules and cash flow spreadsheets when needed
• Familiarity with business law concepts including contracts, mortgages, appraisals, loan collateral, uniform commercial code, creditors' rights and forms of business organization and sufficient knowledge to review and negotiate loan documents.
• Knowledge of federal and state real estate development subsidy programs that serve urban and rural areas
• Commitment to community development, low income communities and strong work ethic
• Professional demeanor and willingness to cooperatively participate on a team in a mission-based organization
• Self-starter, ability to work independently and as well as collaboratively in a small team
• Experience in public speaking is a plus
• Detail oriented, with capacity to prioritize multiple tasks to meet deadlines
Competitive Salary plus excellent benefits package that includes medical, dental, short and long-term disability, 10 paid holidays, PTO & sick leave, life insurance, 6% contribution to 401(k), transportation subsidy, and bonus potential up to 10% of salary. No phone calls please. NeighborWorks Capital is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Women and minorities are strongly encouraged to apply.
How to Apply:
Please submit a letter of interest, resume, and salary requirements by email or mail to:
Chief Portfolio Officer
8484 Georgia Avenue, Suite 330
Silver Spring, MD 20852
Founded in 1978, RCAC is a 501(c)(3) non-profit that provides training, technical and financial resources and advocacy so low-income rural communities can achieve their goals and visions. Our dedicated staff and active board work to make our vision of vibrant, healthy and enduring rural communities a reality across the West.
Community and Environment Department
RCAC’s comprehensive community and economic development services support rural communities to create a vision, set goals and implement an action plan for community development projects. We work with rural water, wastewater and solid waste systems to make them sustainable. We also work with small systems’ boards of directors and staff to make sure they comply with state and federal regulations, and understand system finances and operations. Outcomes of RCAC’s work include: system regulatory compliance; access to resources for capital improvement projects; and board and staff capacity building in technical, financial and managerial best practices.
The Regional Field Manager (RM) supervises, supports, and coordinates field staff and their activities for the successful delivery of RCAC services to communities. The RM manages relationships with funders and conducts outreach to philanthropic partners and state and federal agencies to maintain positive working relationships. Other major responsibilities include working with Grants and Contracts Administration (GCA) and other regional managers to determine appropriate programs and level of effort required within region; optimizing service delivery and program growth; providing quality control and oversight of activities in the region; and exercising sound judgment both in independent and collaborative decision making.
Specific job goals, objectives and tasks are established for each employee as part of the annual evaluation process. Duties and responsibilities include but are not limited to:
• Supervise 5-10 staff as assigned
• Coordinate and provide quality control for field activities within the region
• Manage relationships with state and federal agencies serving region
• Develop and execute action plans to implement major grant programs in region
• Promote and facilitate partnerships to maximize limited resources
• Collaborate with management team to set annual goals and priorities for the department
• Fundraise as necessary and manage relationships with current and potential funders
• Prepare activity and outcome reports as required
• Perform other duties as assigned
Skills and Qualifications
• Ability to manage, coach, and train staff utilizing a facilitative leadership approach
• Facilitation, mediation and meeting management skills
• Familiarity with rural and tribal community culture and social norms
• Ability to troubleshoot, innovate and problem-solve
• Proficiency with personal computers including Microsoft Office
• Ability to complete administrative and reporting requirements on time
• Ability to listen and communicate effectively, verbally and in writing
• Ability to work independently and in team environments, and to effectively prioritize multiple tasks
Physical Job Requirements:
The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this position. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable persons with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
Work performed in an office requires ability to operate computers and various pieces of office equipment, including telephone. Use may be moderate (average 2 hours per day) to heavy (4 or more hours per day)
While performing the duties of this position, the employee is frequently required to stand and/or sit for prolonged periods of time; walk; talk; hear; use hand to finger; handle; feel or operate objects, tools or controls; and reach with hands and arms. The employee is occasionally required to climb or balance; stoop, kneel, crouch or crawl.
The employee may occasionally lift and or move up to 25 pounds. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, distance vision, color vision, peripheral vision, depth perception and the ability to adjust focus.
This position also requires moderate (up to 2 days per month) to heavy (up to 10 days per month) automobile and airline travel, including overnight travel.
Preferred Education and Experience:
A combination of experience and education is necessary to qualify for the position. A typical qualifying combination may include:
Seven (7) years of any combination of applicable experience in environmental policy management, water, wastewater or solid waste facilities development, operations or planning (education may be substituted for experience).
Master’s degree (additional qualifying experience may be substituted).
Operator certification in water/wastewater desired. Utility management experience is a plus.
Possession of a valid drivers' license and proof of insurance that meets the minimum requirements of RCAC corporate liability policy will be required when traveling for business purposes.
$74,460 to $85,008
How to Apply:
Please visit www.rcac.org/careers to view the full job description for the position and apply online.