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Principal, Business Development Equitable Facilities Fund
New York, NY
Job Function: Lending/Loan Operations
Posted: December 22, 2019

Background:
About Equitable Facilities Fund (EFF) Equitable Facilities Fund (EFF) is a nonprofit social impact fund that’s on a nationwide mission to help high-performing charter schools spend more money on students and less on the costs of borrowing for their facilities. We offer school leaders simple and much-needed access to low-cost, long-term loans, combined with support from an expert team that has walked in their shoes. To date, EFF has committed over $175 million to schools that are making a big difference for over 20,000 students, providing them with funding and assistance to amplify their impact. Recently, EFF recapitalized on the bond market, allowing us to scale our fund significantly over the coming months and years. If you’re seeking to have community-level impact on a national scale, apply to join our team!

Position Summary:
The Opportunity The Principal, Business Development will play a critical role in the sourcing and structuring of EFF’s initial $600 million dollar fund. Reporting to the Chief Credit Officer, the Principal will actively grow the number of schools in EFF’s loan portfolio by leveraging their existing networks and continuously prospecting for new schools to engage. The ideal candidate will possess excellent outreach, relationship management, and financial skills, as well as deep knowledge of the charter school sector.

Responsibilities:

The Principal, Business Development will be responsible for:

- Loan Sourcing: Actively build pipelines of prospective school loans that meet EFF’s rigorous financial, academic, and social impact criteria. The Principal, Business Development will be responsible for generating leads and maintaining relationships to support over $200 million in lending annually.

- Deal Structuring: Serve as EFF’s leading expert on financial structuring and loan products. Use deep investment and sector experience to deliver value to schools and, when needed, creatively solve challenges that arise throughout the deal process.

- Outreach and Marketing: Conduct outreach to school leaders, financial advisors, and other intermediaries by attending conferences, visiting schools, and conducting direct outreach. Serve as a highly respected and visible external presence for EFF and clearly convey the value of our product to various stakeholders.

- Pipeline Tracking & Monitoring: Track leads and potential deals through various stages of EFF’s lending pipeline. Maintain primary responsibility for keeping EFF’s Lending and Leadership Teams up-to-date on pipeline activity.

- Relationship Management: Serve as a primary point of contact for schools and financial advisors throughout the lending process. Keep stakeholders abreast of key developments and respond quickly and directly to any questions or concerns.

- Systems and Product Leadership: Play a leading role in the development of systems and processes that will strengthen loan pipeline activity. Collaborate with EFF leadership to enhance product offerings.

Requirements:

- 10-15+ years of overall professional experience.

- 5+ years of experience in investment banking, venture capital, private equity or charter school finance and management

- “Must Love Schools” -- the ideal candidate will be passionate about education reform and have deep experience in the charter school sector

- Expertise in charter school facilities financing strongly preferred

- In-depth experience with structuring financial products

- Track record of meeting and exceeding aggressive goals

- Outstanding relationship management skills

- Extraordinary communication skills and an ability to clearly explain and answer questions about product-related details

- Strong problem-solving skills and an ability to think “outside the box”

- Customer service orientation and ability to collaborate across functional areas

- Unyielding commitment to EFF’s mission, team, and school partners

- High degree of integrity and authenticity and a good sense of humor

- Willingness to travel frequently (approximately 50% of time)

Compensation:

Compensation and Benefits

- Compensation is competitive and commensurate with experience. We are proud to offer excellent benefits.

How to Apply:

To apply online, please send a cover letter and resume to: https://grnh.se/5c00291e2

Relationship Manager Revolve
Raleigh, NC
Job Function: Relationship Management
Posted: December 20, 2019

Background:

Revolve is a financial consulting firm that creates sustainable collaborations between banks and Community Development Financial Institutions (CDFIs) with the express purpose of expanding access to small business capital for women, people of color, and low-income entrepreneurs. Revolve believes that this access, coupled with the support CDFIs provide, creates upward mobility and economic opportunity. Revolve specializes in how the Community Reinvestment Act (CRA) can be leveraged to increase capital access.

Founded in 2017 Revolve is based in Raleigh, NC. The Revolve team and its customers are spread across the country. Current geographic concentrations are in the West and Southwest, but further expansion in the Midwest, Northeast, and Southeast is imminent.

Position Summary:

We are seeking an outgoing and customer service-oriented relationship manager to join our team. In this role, you will be responsible for meeting with banks, educating them about our services, and guiding them to decisions. You’ll also play a key part in generating new business by identifying opportunities for potential sales.

Responsibilities:

• Identify key contacts at potential partner banks to establish, foster and maintain relationships
• Main point of contact for all bank CRA officers
• Track CRA exam schedules and identify new opportunities
• Make outbound sales calls and initial pitches
• Maintain regular check-ins with all identified CRA officers, scheduled based on input from CRA exams and any other data
• Ability to create trust and loyalty with people at all levels of customer banks.
• Present to CRA committees, answer C suite questions, etc.
• Sales database management
• Marketing tool development/evolution
• Understand the problems and challenges of clients and identify ways the business could better address those needs
• Provide excellent service to maintain a positive reputation for the business

Requirements:

• Entrepreneurial. Able to adjust role, expectations, etc. in a rapidly changing environment.
• Current knowledge, or willingness to develop, an in-depth understanding of CRA and its impact on the business and related services
• Outstanding interpersonal skills that facilitate effective working relationships. This includes listening, sales and problem-solving skills.
• Strong organizational skills and meticulous attention to detail.
• Excellent written and verbal communication skills. Ability to articulate complicated information in simple terms.
• Devotion to high-quality customer service
• Keen analytical and research abilities
• Problem-solving and conflict resolution capabilities
• Must be willing and able to travel 25-50% of working time

Compensation:

Compensation package commensurate with position and experience.

How to Apply:

Interested candidates should send a resume and cover letter declaring their interest and qualifications to jonathan@revolvecap.com. Please visit our website at www.revolvecap.com for more information.

Vice President of Social Responsibility Mercy Investment Services
SAINT LOUIS, MO
Job Function: Other
Posted: December 20, 2019

Background:

Launched in 2010 and located in St. Louis, MO, Mercy Investment Services provides for the collective investment and professional management of the endowment and other investment funds of the Sisters of Mercy of the Americas and their sponsored ministries, while working for a just and sustainable world and embracing socially responsible investing as a means of promoting systemic change. The socially responsible investing program emphasizes the Critical Concerns of the Sisters of Mercy – specifically, the areas of nonviolence, racism, environment, concern for women, and immigration – and serves as a critical ministry for the future support of the Sisters of Mercy and a major provider of out-sourced shareholder engagement capabilities for other mission-based investors.

Position Summary:

Mercy Investment Services seeks a creative and values-oriented leader as Vice President of Social Responsibility. Reporting to the President and Chief Investment Officer, the Vice President of Social Responsibility is an officer of Mercy Investment Services and a member of the management team, working closely with the President and Chief Investment Officer and the Vice President and Chief Operating Officer.

Responsibilities:

The Vice President is responsible for the development, direction, and implementation of Mercy Investment Services’ socially responsible investment activities, including its investment screens; impact investments; proxy voting; and shareholder advocacy. The Vice President develops and manages relationships with key partners, such as those providing proxy voting and company research. The Vice President develops relationships and builds collaboration with other social responsibility partners in order to implement a socially responsible investment program consistent with Mercy Investment Services’ mission and values. The Vice President is currently supported by two key leadership positions, the Senior Director of Shareholder Advocacy and the Director of Mercy Partnership Fund, who are responsible for the implementation of shareholder advocacy and community investments, and a team of 10 staff members.

Requirements:

The successful candidate will have at least 10 years of management experience in a complex mission-driven setting, a strong commitment to service and accountability, and outstanding listening, communication and influencing skills complemented by a collegial and inclusive style that will engender trust and facilitate collaboration. The Vice President must be able to function as a strong thought partner to the President and Chief Investment Officer, the Management Team, the Social Responsibility Committee, and the Board of Directors, and to bridge the work of shareholder advocacy and investment functions, creating meaningful dialogue while promoting change. Additional requirements include familiarity with social and environmental justice and advocacy initiatives and investment processes; demonstrated experience and/or training in the area of corporate social responsibility, best practices in governance, ESG and/or impact investments, or a comparable field; outstanding presentation and communication skills; and strong personal integrity and commitment to ethical principles. Relocation to St. Louis, while desirable, is not required.

Compensation:

Negotiable

How to Apply:

Screening will begin immediately and continue until an appointment is made. Nominations, inquiries, and applications (including a cover letter and resume) should be directed to Mercy-VPSR@divsearch.com. For information, please contact:Sandra Goldman, Vice President & Managing Associate, Diversified Search, One Commerce Square, 2005 Market Street, Suite 3300, Philadelphia, PA 19103, 1-267-322-0883

Mercy Investment Services is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

For more information, visit www.mercyinvestmentservices.org.

Director of Lending Leviticus 25:23 Alternative Fund
Tarrytown , NY
Job Function: Lending/Loan Operations
Posted: December 19, 2019

Background:

The mission of the Leviticus Fund is founded on the biblical verse of Leviticus 25:23 and its call for justice in the stewardship of economic resources. We provide predevelopment, acquisition, construction, bridge, mini-perm and multi-project loan facilities, along with technical assistance, primarily to nonprofit organizations working in New York, New Jersey, Connecticut and several surrounding states including Massachusetts and Pennsylvania.

Our borrowers create and preserve affordable housing, including housing with supportive services for those with special needs; child care and early learning centers; community health centers; charter public schools; nonprofit office and program delivery space; and community economic development projects, including those providing access to healthy food in underserved areas. All projects we support aim to improve communities and the lives of their low-income residents.

Leviticus has been growing at a significant rate over the past 6 years under the leadership of Executive Director Greg Maher. With its capitalization having increased from $19 million at the end of 2013 to $49 million by December of this year, it is a pivotal moment for Leviticus. The time is right to expand its lending team by hiring a Director of Lending to lead the effort to connect our increasing capital to needed community projects, building the lending team and strengthening the organization’s overall capacity for continued growth.

We were awarded four CDFI Fund grants in November, 2019 totaling $3.23 million, and are awaiting a decision on our Capital Magnet Fund application, expected in early 2020. With our first CMF award in 2017 we launched the Project Start Fund, a $12 million fund to provide short term loans to NYS nonprofit developers of housing servicing low, very low and extremely low income households. We have also recently completed a comprehensive housing report for Yonkers, NY, and are beginning a similar study in Newburgh, NY.

Position Summary:

The Director of Lending is a member of the management team and, working in collaboration with the Executive Director, has responsibility for Leviticus’ strategic lending program including: (i) loan production, design and implementation of new and updated financial products and services that are responsive to nonprofit borrowing needs in our footprint (ii) portfolio management, loan policies and systems; (iii) reporting on the Leviticus loan portfolio; (iv) business development, and (v)collaborating with the Executive Director in relationship-building. The primary responsibility of this position is to develop and manage a loan portfolio which is both healthy and responsive to the needs of the nonprofit organizations that Leviticus supports and seeks to support with its capital.

The Director of Lending reports directly to the Executive Director and will supervise the members of the Leviticus lending team which includes the loan officer, junior loan officer (to be hired in 2020) and the loan manager. In addition, Leviticus utilizes an external consulting firm to augment its capacity to underwrite the growing volume of loans. The Director of Lending leads efforts related to lending, including: marketing, outreach, underwriting, structuring, closing, purchasing loan participations, monitoring, problem solving, servicing of loans, and if necessary, workouts. Such responsibilities are to be carried out in a manner that brings required flexibility to lending but also meets loan production goals and conforms to lending and portfolio management policies and loan committee requirements.
Reports to: Executive Director
Status: Full-time, exempt
Location: Preferably Tarrytown, NY, but Leviticus will consider applicants based in New York City and other locations within New York, New Jersey and Connecticut that have close proximity to Tarrytown and New York City.

Responsibilities:

Lending
 Responsibility for loan origination and underwriting, and monitoring of loan portfolio, including carrying out of primary underwriting of some of the more complex loans each year.
 Work with borrowers through all stages of the financing process.
 Respond to loan inquiries and conduct early due diligence of some loan inquiries, and of requests prior to formal application submission; explore loan feasibility and structure.
 Recommend action on loan requests and risk ratings under established lending policy guidelines.
 Coordinate activities of the Leviticus Loan Committee and supervise issuance of commitment letters after loan approval.
 On an as-needed basis, provide technical assistance to borrowers in structuring their financing and/or addressing project issues Leviticus can assist with; connect borrowers with external resources that might help them address local needs.
 Coordinate timely loan closings.
 Work with the Executive Director and other lending staff in designing/upgrading loan underwriting, servicing and portfolio management policies, loan products, marketing strategies, participation partnerships and administrative systems.
 Maintain strong credit quality through monitoring borrower compliance with loan covenants and repayment provisions, reviewing borrower reports, and conducting periodic site visits as necessary.
 Proactively mitigate loan portfolio risk through loan extensions, enhanced monitoring, restructurings and work-outs and adjustments to risk ratings and loan loss reserves.
 Oversee portfolio management function and oversee maintenance of an accurate, up-to-date loan portfolio database and reporting system, and well-organized, complete loan files.
 Resolve problem loans consistent with best interests of Leviticus but also with an eye toward impact on the borrower, the community and residents it serves.
 Actively support training and development of lending staff to sharpen their skills and boost their learning and capacity.

Organizational Strategy and Results
 Recommend products to meet the capital needs of Leviticus’ customers.
 Participate in annual and strategic planning processes.
 Working with the Executive Director, develop and maintain effective working relationships with (i) nonprofits within Leviticus’ footprint, including through membership in coalitions to which Leviticus belongs, and (ii) funders, investors, consultants, outside legal counsel and Leviticus Loan Committee members.

Management
 Working with the Executive Director, responsible for setting department annual work plan including determining annual lending and impact goals and operational budget.
 Develop, implement and report on annual lending marketing and outreach plan.
 Supervise lending team, including lending pipeline development and progress tracking.
 Assist the Executive Director and Finance Director, as needed, in building and maintaining effective relationships with capital partners and funders.
 Interface with Finance Director on loan reporting, budget and audit.

Business Development and External Relations
 Further develop Leviticus’ presence in New York metropolitan area with the goal of understanding local needs and developing new relationships and collaborating with local nonprofit community development organizations, local housing agencies, and other stakeholders to address these needs; and regularly participate in community and local planning meetings.
 Research, identify, develop, and secure new lending opportunities to achieve lending goals throughout Leviticus’ geographic footprint, including managing relationships with existing borrowers and developing relationships with potential borrowers.
 Pursue new and maintain existing relationships with other CDFIs and lending partners.
 Pursue and effectuate opportunities to collaborate with other CDFIs and lending partners to sell/buy loan participations.
 Develop and maintain knowledge of key lending sectors by attending conferences.
 Adhere to a strong culture of clear, detailed, service-oriented communication with organizations Leviticus is assisting or who are interested in Leviticus assistance, as well as to Leviticus staff and Board.

Research, Innovation, and Reporting
 Utilize knowledge of market changes and local strategies and solutions across Leviticus’ footprint to identify regional trends, and innovate ways to support low income communities with new products or services.
 Design and implement systems to gain customer feedback.
 Conduct market and product research and analysis and other projects as assigned.
 Support Leviticus’ compliance and impact team’s development and implementation of impact tracking tools and data capture demonstrating positive changes Leviticus is helping bring about.

Requirements:

 At least 4 years in a management and supervisory position required.
 At least 8 years of demonstrated relevant real estate and nonprofit lending experience required.
 Bachelor’s Degree required, Master’s Degree in business, economics, finance, community development or urban planning preferred (additional qualifying experience may be substituted on a year-by-year basis).
 Knowledge and experience with affordable housing finance and nonprofit development organizations required (community facilities underwriting experience a plus).
 Proficient in marketing and relationship-building skills; uses facilitative approach and has flexibility to work with broad range of cultures, personalities, and work styles.
 Knowledge of NY, NJ and CT, and NYC, housing subsidy programs that serve urban and rural areas.
 Commitment to community development and low-income people and communities.
 Professional demeanor and willingness to cooperatively participate on a team in a small mission-based organization.
 Superior financial analysis and credit evaluation skills for both real estate projects and organizations; deep knowledge of affordable housing and community development lending and related credit issues.
 Demonstrated success in building, managing, and deepening individual and organizational relationships, and strong interpersonal and communication skills, both written and verbal.
 Demonstrated ability to effectively supervise co-workers and build a highly motivated results oriented team.
 Strongly self-motivated and able to follow through in completing high-quality, detailed work with minimal supervision.
 Strong problem-solving and organizational skills including ability to balance strategic, lending and organizational responsibilities.
 Strong time management skills with capacity to prioritize multiple responsibilities to meet internal and customer deadlines while ensuring credit integrity.
 Results-oriented with the ability to independently track and carry out responsibilities, and independently meet deadlines.
 Ability to provide creative and flexible solutions to loan applicants by identifying relevant risks and mitigants.
 Strong attention to details and a demonstrated ability to prepare clear, accurate, well-organized written and financial reports and to communicate verbally in an effective manner.
 Positive and personable nature with strong emotional intelligence, effective external communication skills and cooperative attitude.
 Broad, active curiosity with strong interest in ongoing learning about community development, including CDFIs and the roles they play.
 Flexibility, creativity, enthusiasm and a good sense of humor.
 Moderate travel within NY metropolitan area required (20%-30%).
 Fluent in English.
 Possess valid U.S. driver’s license.

Compensation:

Competitive Salary plus excellent benefits package that includes medical, dental, vision, 9 paid holidays, 25 PTO days (increases after year 1), life insurance and 10% contribution to 403(b).

How to Apply:

Please submit a letter of interest, resume, and salary requirements to our search consultant, David Erickson-Pearson at epdavid@earthlink.net. Salary requirements must be provided in order to be co
nsidered. Please direct any questions about the position to David at epdavid@earthlink.net or at 303-703-6165.

Lending Director Mountain Association for Community Economic Development (MACED)
Berea, KY
Job Function: Lending/Loan Operations
Posted: December 16, 2019

Background:

The Mountain Association for Community Economic Development (MACED) is a 43-year-old multi-strategy economic development organization that seeks to transition Eastern Kentucky’s economy into a just and sustainable post-coal future. We work with people and places in Central Appalachia and Kentucky to build a strong and diverse economy, increased family well-being, healthy and protected land, air and water, and an effective and accountable democracy.

MACED is a fast-paced, dynamic and growing organization with a 29-person staff that manages over $30 million in total assets. MACED seeks to make meaningful progress towards a Just Appalachian Transition through the following core strategies: 1) investing capital in local enterprises and communities, 2) demonstrating local-sector development ideas, 3) engaging in research, communications and advocacy for policy and narrative change, and 4) building entrepreneurial and leadership capacity.

Position Summary:

MACED is looking for a highly motivated and experienced professional to join its staff as Lending Director. MACED’s enterprise development program includes a robust commercial lending portfolio, a technical assistance program featuring both one-on-one and classroom based training, and comprehensive community-based development strategies. We are seeking a Lending Director to be responsible for the leadership, development and effective implementation of our lending work in a way that integrates our lending strategies within MACED’s overall organizational mission and five year plan, focusing on a just transition to a new economy for Appalachia.

Responsibilities:

POSITION DESCRIPTION
Program leadership, management and development

Serve as the thought leader and chief strategist for the development and growth of the lending program, ensuring that the lending program is aligned with MACED’s overall mission, vision and goals, including integration with other MACED programs.
Lead, inspire and manage staff to achieve programmatic deployment and impact goals through sharpening our lending strategies and developing innovative new strategies that address regional needs and opportunities while balancing community benefit and long-term wealth building with risk management.
Work with the team, as needed, to originate and underwrite loans.
Lead the development of strategies for framing what equitable access to capital looks like for MACED, and proposing realistic, yet bold goals to reach people/communities who have traditionally been left out.
Work with the Communications team to actively market MACED’s lending programs, plan campaigns and provide information on the lending program for external communications and marketing; provide clear internal communication organization wide regarding the lending program’s role in our vision and organizational goals. Empower and work with staff to communicate about the impact of our work and share our stories.
Review and evaluate MACED’s current lending program and take action as needed to improve efficiency, increased impact for communities and underserved people, and better alignment with MACED’s new strategic plan.
As a member of MACED’s Management Team, participate in overall organizational planning and problem solving; with the lending team, lead annual program work planning and budgeting; monitor outcomes and impacts and as needed revise plans accordingly.
Coordinate with the Chief Financial Officer to oversee MACED’s loan portfolio, monitor its overall health in a manner consistent with MACED’s values, and develop and implement risk mitigation strategies as needed.
With MACED’s President and development staff identify and assess potential new sources of grant funding, earned revenue and capital; assist in the development of written proposals and reports as needed.
Relationship development

Supervise lending staff, currently including three full-time employees working across three MACED offices. MACED’s supervision focuses on empowerment with accountability, including supportive coaching, problem-solving, and other forms of direction and assistance.
Participate in relevant networks of community economic development and sustainable development practitioners across the state, region and country.
Work with MACED’s Board of Directors and Loan Committee as needed.
Represent MACED at conferences, events and functions when needed.
General

Practice safety in all aspects of the job.
Other duties as assigned.

Requirements:

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS AND CHARACTERISTICS
Minimum of five years of experience working in lending or commensurate experience in a related field, including experience in the following: financial analysis; leading teams; skillfully and respectfully supervising the work of others; project design, planning and management, including budget responsibility; leveraging technology and data to drive results; and developing program strategy to align with organizational mission and goals.
Minimum of a four-year college degree in business, economics, community development, management, or a related field.
Committed to innovative action, sustainable development, and economic, environmental, and social justice.
A demonstrated understanding of impact lending and just economic transition.
Strong written and interpersonal communication skills.
Highly self-motivated, well-organized, attentive to detail, creative, able to work on multiple projects at once while setting clear priorities.
Close vision with or without corrective lenses necessary for computer work.
Manual dexterity needed to operate computer.
Able to perform assigned duties in a time-efficient manner.
Valid driver’s license and ability to drive. Either insurability on MACED’s group vehicle policy or access to a reliable vehicle for regular trips.
PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS AND CHARACTERISTICS
Previous CDFI lending experience.
Significant knowledge of and appreciation for the Appalachian region.
Experience with commercial lending and capital-based programs.
Experience leading multi-site teams.
Experience living and/or working in rural places, especially Appalachia.
Master’s or similar advanced degree in a related field.
Experience as an entrepreneur or working with entrepreneurs.
Experience in accounting and spreadsheet development.
Experience with program evaluation.
Experience as a group facilitator.
Understanding of marketing.

Compensation:

This full-time position offers a competitive salary based on experience, with a generous benefits package. This position’s location is flexible between MACED’s offices in Berea, Paintsville, and Hazard, Kentucky. MACED is an equal opportunity employer. MACED is committed to principles of diversity and equity and encourages applications from all people.

How to Apply:

Please e-mail your cover letter, resume, and contact information for three professional references to Lending.hiring@maced.org . Application review will begin February 1, 2020 and continue on a rolling basis until the position is filled. For more information about MACED, visit www.maced.org. Please no drop-ins.

Budget Analyst NeighborWorks Capital
Silver Spring, MD
Job Function: Administrative/Operations/IT
Posted: December 16, 2019

Background:

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 in all 50 states and the District of Columbia. NC is certified by the U.S. Department of the Treasury as a Community Development Financial Institution (CDFI) and is governed by an eleven-member Board of Directors, a majority of whom are Executive Directors of NWOs and industry leaders with expertise in community development, lending and non-profit operations. NC is rated AA2 by Aeris Insight.

NC’s current capitalization is $145 million with over 86 loans ($96 million) outstanding nationwide. Due to increased marketing and strong customer demand the loan portfolio is projected to double by 2023. NC is headquartered in Silver Spring, Maryland and provides loans to the members of the NeighborWorks network that undertake real estate development projects beneficial to their communities, including affordable rental, for-sale housing and commercial projects. NC’s loans are used for pre-development costs, acquisition of sites and properties, construction or rehabilitation, interim and mini-permanent financing for operating rental properties, lines of credits and organizational/enterprise level financing. In addition, NC provides development services to assist customers structure viable loan appli¬cations and projects.

Position Summary:

The Business Analyst is an entry level, career track position. It will provide support to the NC Finance and Portfolio Management Teams. The Business Analyst is responsible for loan administration and portfolio reporting, support for ongoing portfolio management, and assisting with improvement to systems. In addition, the Business Analyst will perform financial statement analysis for NC, support the development and monitoring of the budget, assist with financial forecasting and modeling. The Analyst will gather and input data, analyze information, prepare and send reports, develop reporting tools, review data accuracy, and collaborate with business teams. The position requires strong organizational skills, proactive communication internally and externally, ability to meet deadlines, ability to build rapport with borrowers via phone and email, a strong penchant for accuracy, and financial analysis to succeed in meeting the diverse financing needs of the community-based nonprofit developers in the NeighborWorks Network.

Reports to: Chief Portfolio Officer

Status: Full-Time (FLSA Exempt)

Location: Silver Spring, MD

Responsibilities:

Loan Portfolio Administration
• Update Nortridge loan management software as necessary
• Track and maintain impact data necessary for CDFI reporting purposes
• Prepare and update dashboard reporting
• Prepare and update monthly loan maturities and risk rating reporting
• Prepare and update annual loan review schedule
• Maintain portfolio cash flow tracking and support Portfolio Managers to forecast proactively
• Develop reporting capacity within Nortridge and Salesforce systems
• Oversee investor reporting requirements and manage calendar for due dates

Loan Compliance
• Request and collect quarterly reporting from borrowers
• Monitor compliance with insurance and tax requirements and track in system
• Review requests for loan modifications/extensions and collect information necessary for analysis of such requests
• Assist with the input of borrower information into annual review forms for loans in the portfolio
• Assist Portfolio Managers in confirming repayment plans and timing with borrowers 90 days in advance of maturity
• Review financial information of borrowers, guarantors, and projects to ensure that loan covenants are being met

Loan Closings and Disbursements
• Review Loan Closing Summary at handoff meetings to ensure transfer of information
• Track and complete file review checklist post-closing to ensure that all needed documents are received and filed appropriately
• Assist Portfolio Managers to board loans in systems

Finance
• Analyze financial statements for NC each quarter and prepare finance dashboards
• Work with Controller and CFO in the development of the annual budget
• Quarterly work with CFO to reforecast the budget (tracking initial budget assumptions to actual results)
• Assist in responding to investor requests for loan and portfolio information
• Assist in preparing grant requests

General
• Work cooperatively and constructively with a wide variety of people
• Share responsibility with Loan Officers for relationship management of borrowers or potential borrowers to create loyalty and repeat business
• Support and promote Loan Officers’ ability to procure new loans from existing borrowers
• Build relationships with borrowers post-closing and encourage them to work in partnership with NeighborWorks Capital
• Proactively induce borrowers to deliver timely information when needed
• Meet many deadlines while supporting 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 - ask clarifying questions to gain a better understanding of the other person’s views
• Positively recognize the accomplishments of customers and co-workers
• Come to meetings prepared, honor work commitments, meet deadlines
• Honor the private and confidential matters of customers, partners, 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
• Other duties as assigned

Requirements:

• Bachelor’s degree in business, finance, public administration, city/urban/regional- planning or related field is required
• At least three years of experience with real estate development or loan administration at a financial institution
• Other relevant experience and/or education will be considered in exchange for up to two of the three required years
• Excellent organizational skills, with outstanding attention to detail and the ability to work on multiple projects simultaneously, follow-through and meet deadlines
• Pleasant, borrower-friendly nature with personable, cooperative attitude
• Openness to learning new skills and systems, with an entrepreneurial work ethic
• Ability to act professionally at all times and safeguard confidential borrower financial and other information
• Excellent interpersonal and communications skills (verbal and written)
• Desire to be part of a team in a mission-based organization
• Proficient in Microsoft Office software programs (Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Outlook)
• Ability to enter data and use database software; experience with loan management and servicing database software a plus
• Ability to travel to participate in conferences (5% - 10%)
• Fluent in English

Compensation:

Competitive salary plus excellent benefits package that includes medical, dental, 10 paid holidays, PTO & sick leave, life insurance, 6% contribution to 401(k), transportation subsidy, and bonus potential up to 10% of salary.

How to Apply:

Please submit a letter of interest, resume, and salary requirements to: Beth O’Leary boleary@neighborworkscapital.org. Salary requirements must be provided in order to be considered. Principals Only.

No phone calls please. NeighborWorks Capital is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Women and minorities are strongly encouraged to apply.

Data Systems Specialist Resources for Abortion Delivery
Remote, All
Job Function: Other
Posted: December 11, 2019

Background:

Position: Data Systems Specialist
Location: Remote/Virtual (U.S)
Status: Full Time; Exempt
Reports to: Senior Information Officer
Salary Range: $73,000 - $91,250

Resources for Abortion Delivery (RAD)

Established in 2016, Resources for Abortion Delivery (RAD) seeks to protect and improve access to quality abortion care in the United States—particularly for poor and low-income people—by providing financial and technical support, strategic thinking, legal compliance assistance, and information to the independent abortion provider community. RAD’s growing staff currently includes 10 full-time staff members working remotely across the U.S.

Position Summary:

Position Summary

The Data Systems manager, a new position at RAD, is responsible for adapting and maintaining RAD’s Salesforce database to keep pace with our rapidly expanding programs and staff. The Data Systems Manager will further RAD’s strategic goals by:

Contributing to the growing knowledge about the independent sector by ensuring the accuracy of data collected;
Informing the development of RAD’s technical, legal, and financial assistance products by supplying key information about sector needs to decision-makers in useful formats;
Increasing the effective deployment of RAD’s frontline staff in their various roles by helping to streamline administrative requirements; and
Promoting the cohesiveness of remote team members through a shared resource (Salesforce) that is reliable, informative, and responsive to their needs.

Responsibilities:

Essential Responsibilities and Tasks (with approximate time spent in Year 1)

Salesforce customization - Work with the Senior Information Officer, RAD leadership, and outside consultants as needed, to customize Salesforce database—using clicks not code!—to keep pace with expanded user requirements, reduce manual processing, and ensure availability of key metrics in reports. (35%)
Salesforce/Qualtrics integration – Create and update Qualtrics surveys and map responses to Salesforce to collect information from potential contacts, applicants, award recipients, and other constituents. (25%)
End-user Support - Train staff and respond to help tickets, keeping note of requirements issues; create user guides and “release notes” as needed to inform staff of changes. (15%)
Data System Maintenance – Create and implement protocols to ensure data integrity, making corrections to database and/or recommendations for training; maintain weekly back-ups; deprecate or remove fields as needed; migrate data to consolidate legacy system data into new objects/fields; monitor critical updates and security alerts and suggest and/or implement appropriate recommendations. (15%)
Evaluation and Reporting – In collaboration with the Senior Information Officer, monitor company performance indicators; extract data as needed to develop custom data views—such as charts or graphs—for use in external reporting; consult independent sources to validate existing data and/or expand RAD’s knowledge of the independent provider sector; and perform other analysis as needed or requested by executive staff. (10%)

Requirements:

Essential Skills/Experience

Salesforce experience: Minimum of 2-4 years as a senior database administrator, with at least 2 years in a Salesforce environment, or 3+ years of Salesforce experience in a related role. Salesforce Admin certification strongly preferred.
Technical knowledge: Thorough understanding of Salesforce best practices and functionality, including experience with custom objects/fields, formulas, workflows, process builder, apps, and reports. Must also have experience with permissions maintenance, data migration, and testing for a small- to medium-sized system. Excel competency also required.
Problem-solving ability: Experience proposing and implementing design solutions and proven ability to resolve data system problems big and small: taking a dogged, but not dogmatic, approach.
Communication skills: Experience training staff and writing technical materials, such as user guides, requirements, and company processes/workflows.
Time-management skills: Ability to accurately project time needed for a project, meet deadlines, and shift priorities as needed if the current approach is not producing expected results.
Remote availability and experience: Experience telecommuting, working virtually, or working with an off-site manager, or comparable work experience that shows an ability to succeed in an off-site work situation. RAD currently provides co-working space in Chicago and Philadelphia and will reimburse for use of co-working spaces under special circumstances. The Data System Manager should also be able to travel to travel to in-person meetings in the U.S. approximately four times per year.

Desirable Skills/Experience

Qualtrics/Salesforce integration
Lightning Experience
Lookup/Rollup summaries (Passage Technology), DLRS (Andy in the Cloud), or similar applications; Config Map, or similar applications; Data Loader, or similar applications
Advanced data presentation and/or analysis skills
Nonprofit experience highly desirable

Attributes

A strong candidate for this position will have the following attributes:
Independent self-starter who is able to stay focused and driven while working remotely
Extremely well organized and detail-oriented
Team player willing to perform a wide variety of tasks
Handles sensitive information with the highest degree of integrity and confidentiality
Strong customer service focus
Commitment to reproductive justice and protecting abortion access
RAD is committed to cultural diversity and strongly encourages applications from diverse candidates.

Compensation:

Salary and Benefits

The starting salary for this position is $73k-$91,250 per year. Benefits include full medical, dental, prescription drug, and vision insurance, short and long-term disability and life insurance, participation in our retirement plan, and competitive vacation, personal, and volunteer leave.

How to Apply:

How to Apply

Submit a resume and cover letter to admin@radprogram.org with Data Systems Specialist as the Subject of the email no later than February 7, 2019. First round interviews will start the week of January 27.

Loan and Grant Program Manager (Finance) Resources for Abortion Delivery
Remote, All
Job Function: Other
Posted: December 11, 2019

Background:

Position: Loan and Grant Program Manager (Finance)
Location: Remote/Virtual (U.S.)
Status: Full Time; Exempt
Reports To: Director, Loan and Grant Fund
Salary Range: Range $75k-84k per year

Resources for Abortion Delivery (RAD)

Established in 2016, Resources for Abortion Delivery (RAD) seeks to protect and improve access to quality abortion care in the United States—particularly for poor and low-income people—by providing financial and technical support, strategic thinking, legal compliance assistance, and information to the abortion provider community. RAD’s growing staff currently includes 10 full-time staff members working remotely across the U.S. RAD operates several programs including: a Loan and Grant Program, which provides capital support to eligible independent abortion providers; Regulatory Assistance for Abortion Providers (RAAP), which provides legal and regulatory compliance advice to abortion providers; and a Technical Assistance program that supports the existence and resiliency of the independent abortion delivery sector.

Position Summary:

Position Summary

The Loan and Grant Program Manager will bring strong financial knowledge as well as excellent communication and project management skills to the Loan and Grant Program. This program seeks to promote the continued existence and resiliency of the independent abortion sector by offering funding that incentivizes, and removes financial barriers to, activities that protect, improve, or expand patient access to quality services at independent facilities. The Program Manager will report to the Director of Loan & Grant Funds and will be expected to work closely with other program staff. The Manager will support the day-to-day operations of RAD’s funding programs and will be responsible for executing key activities including financial health assessment, communication and relationship-building with abortion providers, application and report review and evaluation, compliance with internal protocols, and overall project and task management.

This position, the second Loan and Grant Program Manager on the team, was recently created to support the execution of RAD’s new strategic plan that calls for significant program growth. This position will have regular ongoing responsibilities but is also expected to be flexible and adapt quickly to changing priorities as RAD is a growing organization, and RAD staff work as a nimble and fast-paced team. The Program Manager will primarily work remotely, with monthly in-person meetings on the East Coast; the Manager’s supervisor is based in the New York City area.

Responsibilities:

Essential Responsibilities and Tasks

Provide financial analysis on all RAD funding applications and reports. Assess submitted financial statements, tax returns, and audits against RAD’s funding eligibility requirements and evaluate key financial health metrics.
Support all aspects of the Loan and Grant Program operations including: drafting mass communications, participating in calls with applicants and awardees, review and evaluation of information and materials submitted in applications and reports for completeness and accuracy, processing grant and loan agreements.
Serve as a point of contact for RAD applicants and awardees. Follow-up with individual applicants and awardees as needed, provide assistance for accessing RAD’s online application and reporting systems, and offer substantive support on navigating RAD’s funding materials.
Prepare and create reports that track and highlight aspects of the program including: applicant profiles, recipient profiles, funding amounts and purposes, etc. Participate in RAD’s regular analysis and review of aggregated information about the independent abortion sector, particularly providing insight into any observed financial health trends.
Develop and maintain tracking systems to ensure all aspects of the program are coordinated and completed on time. Responsible for ensuring all collaborative tools, including the RAD project management system, shared Google Drive, and SalesForce contact relationship management system, are regularly updated.
Be a driver for this program within the RAD team ensuring that all staff have a clear understanding of their current tasks and deadlines. Flag, and ensure attention is paid to, unforeseen issues well in advance. Identify trends, opportunities and areas for improvement in the program and propose ways to achieve those improvements.
Support RAD’s work in other key areas as needed and assigned.

Requirements:

Required Experience, Knowledge, Skills and Ability

Minimum 3 years experience in the following: grantmaking, community development financial institution (CDFI), small business administration, nonprofit financial management, bank loan underwriting, business accounting, lending, and/or financial analysis.
Analytic and critical thinker with knowledge of, and proficiency navigating, small business and/or nonprofit financial statements, audits, tax returns, etc.
Ability to work remotely (RAD will consider reimbursement for as-needed use of co-working spaces on a case by case basis) and to travel to in-person meetings in the U.S. approximately one time per month
Demonstrated experience telecommuting, working virtually, or working with an off-site manager, or comparable work experience that shows an ability to succeed in an off-site work situation.
Demonstrated aptitude for learning and using software/applications for research or work settings (e.g., project management tools, data collection applications).
Ability to effectively and efficiently handle multiple, simultaneous and complex tasks.
Ability to work with a wide range of stakeholders.
Proficiency with Google applications including Gmail, Google drive, Google docs, and Google sheets. Proficiency with Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint.

Valued Education, Experience, Knowledge, Skills and Ability

The following are preferred but not required:
Bachelor’s degree
Experience in the grantmaking and/or reproductive health fields that is applicable to the essential responsibilities listed above
Experience working in a start-up environment
Experience working for a non-profit organization
Experience using SalesForce

Attributes

A strong candidate for this position will have the following attributes:
Independent self-starter who is able to stay focused and driven while working remotely
Extremely well organized and detail-oriented
Strong oral and written communicator
Excellent time management skills, including the ability to prioritize assigned tasks and work efficiently towards completing them
Team player willing to perform a wide variety of tasks
Handles sensitive information with the highest degree of integrity and confidentiality
Professional, personable, and has a sense of humor
Commitment to reproductive justice and protecting abortion access
RAD is committed to cultural diversity and strongly encourages applications from diverse candidates.

Compensation:

Salary and Benefits

The starting salary for this position is $75k-$84k per year. Benefits include full medical, dental, prescription drug, and vision insurance, short and long-term disability and life insurance, participation in our retirement plan, and competitive vacation, personal, and volunteer leave.

How to Apply:

How to Apply

Submit a resume and cover letter to admin@radprogram.org by February 3, 2020, 11:59pm ET. Applications will be accepted on a rolling basis with first round interviews beginning the week of January 27.

Executive Director Greater Newark Enterprises Corporation
Newark, NJ
Job Function: Financial Services
Posted: December 11, 2019

Background:

The Greater Newark Enterprises Corporation (GNEC) is both a 501(c)(3) and Certified CDFI microenterprise development organization with a proven record of delivering capital and microenterprise technical assistance services to entrepreneurs in New Jersey. GNEC’s primary mission is community development, and the organization carries out its mission by financing small business growth, creating jobs and providing financial services to individuals in its investment areas and target markets.

Position Summary:

The Executive Director is responsible for the overall executive leadership and management of GNEC, including revenue generation and fundraising, financial management; outreach and marketing; partnering with stakeholders and allied organizations; developing new products and services; supervising the origination and servicing of loans and post-loan business advisory services; ensuring
compliance with GNEC’s funding sources, and staff supervision; and supporting its Board of Directors, Loan Committee and other committees.

Responsibilities:

Leadership
• Identify, assess, and inform the Board of Directors of internal and external issues that affect the organization.
• Foster effective team dynamics between the Board and the Executive Director (ED) and between the Board, ED, and staff.
• Lead, coach, develop, supervise and retain GNEC’s staff.
• Lead relationship and partnership development with donors, allied organizations, and policymakers.
• Ability to negotiate effectively and form partnerships with both private and public sector financing entities

Program Planning & Management
• Direct the implementation of GNEC’s strategic plan.
• Design and pilot innovative tools and programs to open and expand lending and revenue-generating opportunities aligned with GNEC’s mission.
• Oversee the planning, implementation and evaluation of programs and services.
• Prepare timely and accurate reports to GNEC Board of Directors and its Committees.
• Maintain partnership and work with the GNEC Board of Directors and its committees.
• Supervise and maintain monitoring and evaluation (including preparation of compliance reporting) with the CDFI and other funding partners.

Revenue Generation & Fundraising
• Develop and implement a fundraising plan to support GNEC’s operations, seeking donations from businesses and individuals.
• Identify grant opportunities and prepare applications to public and private funders to support ongoing costs of programs and operations.
• Identify grant opportunities and prepare applications to appropriate funders including the SBA, CDFI and other private foundations and state and federal agencies to raise loan capital as needed.
• Identify and mobilize sources of low or no-interest loans that may be re-loaned
• Advocate for funding and policy initiatives related to GNEC at the State and Federal level.
• Identify other revenue-generating opportunities including contract income, income through participation on larger grant opportunities, and income through program activates.

Financial Management
• Provide overall financial management of GNEC in accordance with applicable laws and regulations.
• Manage annual audit including preparation of RFP as needed, recommendation to board for the selection of CPA firm, provision of necessary financial data to auditors, and preparation of response to management letter, if any.
• Ensure compliance with all grants. Oversee preparation of financial and programmatic reports to funders and other agencies as required.
• Work with staff and Board to prepare an annual budget and amendments as needed.
• Ensure that sound bookkeeping and accounting best practices are followed.
• Provide the treasurer and board with regular financial reports.

Lending
• Exercise loan decision-making authority granted in GNEC’s Loan Policies.
• Oversee recruitment, orientation and ongoing support for the Loan Committee.
• Oversee loan portfolio including management of loan pipeline, risk management, and loan workouts.
• Provide reports and support for the GNEC’s portfolio risk policy.
• Take appropriate collection actions on loans outstanding to GNEC.
• Coordinate pre- and post-loan technical assistance program.

Human Resource Planning & Management
• Supervise GNEC staff; complete annual performance appraisals.
• Hold regular staff meetings.
• Determine staff requirements and make recommendations to the Board for inclusion in the operating budget.
• Recruit, interview and select staff that have the right skills and personal abilities to further GNEC’s mission.
• Coach and mentor staff to be responsible and accountable team members.

External Relations
• Coordinate and implement the marketing of GNEC.
• Ensure the organization maintains excellent relationships with business technical assistance providers, economic development organizations, partner financial institutions, other resources available to serve applicants and borrowers, and other GNEC stakeholders and partners throughout GNEC’s target markets.
• Manage and encourage the further development of GNEC as a mission-based lender. Design and oversee the implementation of new services.
• Serve as chief spokesperson for GNEC.

Requirements:

Qualifications
• The Executive Director should have a minimum of three years’ experience providing financial products, services, and technical assistance, preferably with a CDFI, HUD or SBA lender.
• Bachelor’s degree required (MA/MS preferred) in a business or finance-related field, or a combination of skills and experience commensurate with graduate-level education.
• Strong grant writing and fundraising skills
• Demonstrated excellent organizational and project management skills.
• Detailed knowledge of accounting and finance.
• Experience working with governmental stakeholders, including compliance and reporting.
• Clear and concise communication skills – written and oral.
• Effective management skills.
• Experience operating in a small nonprofit environment.
• Experience working with low-to-moderate income individuals.
• Experience working with small and micro-level businesses.
• Energy, vision and flexibility to help drive growth in an entrepreneurial organization.

Preferred Qualifications
• Graduate or advanced degree, with 8+ years of development lending, finance, and/or economic development experience.
• Lending background, preferably in an SBA or CDFI environment.
• Knowledge of economic development issues in urban communities.
• Strong organizational and project management skills.
• Knowledge of accounting principles and finance.
• Strong attention to detail.
• Clear and concise communication skills – written and oral.
• Demonstrated sensitivity to the challenges faced by low-income individuals seeking to become economically self-sufficient.

Compensation:

•GNEC provides a competitive salary and excellent fringe benefits for this position.

How to Apply:

•To apply, please email a cover letter and resume to: TBaker@gnecorp.org

President/CEO Economic Resources Corporation
Los Angeles, CA
Job Function: Other
Posted: December 6, 2019

Background:

Economic Resources Corporation (ERC) is a California nonprofit corporation whose mission is to promote economic development and job creation, attract needed services and employers, and remove blight in underserved neighborhoods through targeted real estate investments. The company was founded in 1968 by a group of Los Angeles business and civic leaders at the invitation of the Economic Development Administration which is organized under the U. S. Department of Commerce.

Position Summary:

The President/CEO is responsible for providing strategic and managerial leadership for the company, and will carry out this responsibility by working with the Board and management staff in establishing long-range goals in support of the company's values and non-profit economic development mission. The President/CEO is also responsible for overseeing all company operations, creating and maintaining a corporate vision and culture consistent with the company's mission and business model, and executing the operating plan through the supervision of subordinate management.

Responsibilities:

Economic Resources Corporation
President/CEO
Los Angeles, CA
ABOUT ECONOMIC RESOURCES CORPORATION
Economic Resources Corporation (“ERC”) is a California nonprofit corporation whose mission is to promote economic development and job creation in underserved neighborhoods through a multi-disciplined program of small business support and targeted real estate investment. The company was established in 1968 by a group of Los Angeles business and civic leaders at the invitation of the U.S. Department of Commerce Economic Development Administration.
Staying true to its mission, ERC has traditionally focused on small and medium business enterprises, seeking the creation of new jobs, higher incomes and entrepreneurial opportunities. Because business communities and their surrounding residential counterparts are intrinsically linked, ERC correlates business investment with improvements in other areas of the community creating strong interlocking relationships between Economic Development and Community Development. In addition to the development of industrial and commercial real estate, ERC has, during its existence, provided technical, management and financial assistance to businesses and other community nonprofit organizations.
For more information on Economic Resources Corporation, please visit www.economicresources.org/.
THE OPPORTUNITY
Economic Resources Corporation is seeking an innovative, inspiring, and business savvy leader to be its next President/CEO. This is a unique opportunity to be at the helm of a self-supporting organization with a 50-year history of creating new jobs, higher incomes, and entrepreneurial opportunities in underserved Los Angeles communities.
The President/CEO is responsible for providing strategic and managerial leadership for the company, and will carry out this responsibility by working with the Board and management staff in establishing long-range goals in support of the company's values and non-profit economic development mission. The President/CEO is also responsible for overseeing all company operations, creating and maintaining a corporate vision and culture consistent with the company's mission and business model, and executing the operating plan through the supervision of subordinate management.
This is an exciting opportunity for the right executive to help ERC become a regional leader in not-for-profit real estate investing, expand ERC's footprint, and clearly impact the economic viability of the communities that ERC invests in.
KEY RESPONSIBILITIES
• Leads the Corporation with a clearly defined sense of business direction, purpose and mission.
• Responsible for creating, planning, implementing, and integrating the strategic direction of the company.
• Develops and implements a well-defined operating strategy to advance the company's mission and objectives and maintain its economic sustainability.
• Oversees all operations of the organization in accordance with the established strategic plan and corporate values.
• Establishes, monitors and maintains appropriate management systems to provide for the effective control of operations and minimize risks.
• Provides adequate and timely information to the Board of Directors to enable it to effectively execute its oversight role.
• Coordinates with the Board of Directors in developing the policies and procedures required to provide appropriate direction to the organization.
• Assists the Board of Directors in the selection and transition of successor executive management.
• Develops and maintains relationships with other organizations, industry and government officials that are in the best interest of the company.

Requirements:

CORE COMPETENCIES
The President/CEO will be deeply connected to Los Angeles and the history of South Los Angeles. This savvy individual will know the political landscape of both Los Angeles and California, will understand the challenges of working in the region, and will be familiar with the key players and processes around promoting business, development, and investment. The President/CEO will bring a broad understanding of multiple sectors, including government, commercial real estate, and nonprofit structures and systems. Coming from a business background, this leader will have an understanding of economic and community development through real estate.
The ideal candidate will be an experienced manager with a minimum of 15 years of diversified corporate, financial, and general management experience. This individual will have a history of developing strategic, operational and financial plans, formulating policy, effectively managing capital resources, and implementing new strategies and procedures. MBA or technical graduate level academic degree preferred.
CONTACT
Economic Resources Corporation has engaged Koya Leadership Partners to help in this hire. This search is being led by Michelle Bonoan and Erin Reedy. Please submit a compelling cover letter and resume here, or email Michelle or Erin at the following:
Michelle R.S. Bonoan
Managing Director
mbonoan@koyapartners.com
Erin Reedy
Vice President
ereedy@koyapartners.com
Economic Resources Corporation is an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants shall receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, ethnic group identification, ancestry, sex, age, marital status, political affiliation, condition of physical or mental disability, gender identity or sexual orientation, in accordance with requirements of Federal and State laws. All qualified applicants with criminal histories will be considered in a manner consistent with the requirements of the Los Angeles Fair Chance Initiative for Hiring.
ABOUT KOYA LEADERSHIP PARTNERS
Koya Leadership Partners is a national retained executive search and human capital-consulting firm that works exclusively with nonprofits and social enterprises. We deliver measurable results, finding exceptionally talented people who truly fit the unique culture of our client organizations and ensuring that organizations have the resources and strategies to support them. For more information about Koya Leadership Partners, visit www.koyapartners.com.

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