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Consultant Fiscal Management Associates, LLC.
New York, NY
Job Function: Other
Posted: June 17, 2019

Background:

Fiscal Management Associates (FMA) is a growth-oriented management consulting firm dedicated to building the capacity of the nonprofit sector. We partner with our nonprofit and philanthropic clients to help them attain operational excellence, ensure financial sustainability and effectively achieve their desired impact. Our collaborative approach includes client input and involvement at each stage of an engagement.

FMA is made up of a highly diverse team, coming from a wide range of cultural and economic backgrounds and representing a spectrum of experience, race, age, gender, ethnicity, ability, and sexual orientation. A Latina-founded and led organization, FMA draws upon its staff to deliver services that are sensitive to the needs and values of both nonprofit and funding organizations.

Our team works with leaders who are organizing youth movements, fighting against racial and gender inequities, using art for civic engagement, and providing fundamental services to those who need it most, to name a few. Our consulting and training services have consistently earned recognition for their pragmatism and relevance.

Position Summary:

The Consultant is an integral member of FMA’s Consulting and Advisory Services national team and can be based remotely or in our New York City office. The Consultant works in a team-based environment to help a portfolio of nonprofit and foundation clients develop high-quality financial and operational practices. Additionally, the Consultant provides support for FMA’s growing and evolving consulting practice through new product development, training initiatives, and knowledge management.

This position can be located in any of FMA's offices in New York, Chicago, Oakland, Washington DC, and Providence or virtually from any other domestic location.

Responsibilities:

Works as part of FMA project teams to deliver high-quality services to a diverse portfolio of nonprofit and philanthropic clients. Sample client engagements may include:
-Researching and drafting reports and actionable recommendations
-Assisting in research and content development for products and services
-Supporting planning and implementation of financial systems and practices
-Developing curriculum and facilitating workshops in training initiatives
-Conducting grantee financial due diligence for foundations
-Serving as primary contact for client engagements, developing effective working relationships with client personnel
-Designing new business processes
-Providing guidance and analytical support with respect to financial trends analysis, and planning

Requirements:

-Minimum of 3 years of relevant experience required; MPA, MBA or related master’s degree or equivalent experience a plus.
-Ability to synthesize large amounts of information into actionable solutions, navigate through ambiguity and complexity to analyze a situation, and look beyond details to see the overarching goals and results.
-Outstanding written and verbal communication skills, including ability to convey technical information in an accessible way
-Results-oriented with strong work ethic and attention to detail.
-Collaborative team player that values diversity of background and approach
-Timely in completion of assigned projects with varying needs and deadlines.
-Experience with developing quality presentations in Microsoft PowerPoint and use of Microsoft Excel, including graphs and formatting.
-Professional experience in the nonprofit sector and/or financial management strongly preferred. Knowledge or experience with foundations (private, community, family, etc.) a plus.

Compensation:

Commensurate with experience.

FMA is proud to be an Equal Opportunity Employer and does not discriminate against applicants or employees because of race, color, religion, national origin, sex, age, disability status, sexual orientation, or gender identity of an otherwise qualified individual, or membership in any other class protected by applicable law. FMA hires and promotes individuals on the basis of their qualifications for the job to be filled. FMA is committed to building a culturally diverse team and strongly encourages diverse applicants to apply for this position.

How to Apply:

Apply using the following link: https://fma.applytojob.com/apply/GLougZmq3Z/Consultant?source=Opportunit...

Central Valley Program Associate California FarmLink
Aptos, CA
Job Function: Other
Posted: June 13, 2019

Background:

The mission of California FarmLink is to link independent farmers and ranchers with the land and financing they need for a sustainable future. FarmLink helps farmers to build strong business skills, access fair financing, and establish secure land tenure.

Established in 1999, FarmLink supports beginning, limited-resource, immigrant and other underserved farmers. We work across the state, with particular focus on the Central Coast, Central Valley, and North Coast regions.

Position Summary:

The Central Valley Program Associate will support program staff in assisting farmers with land access, succession, financing and other business management advising. The Associate will assist with new client intake, outreach to farmers and local community partners, and planning workshops and other events. This position will gain on-the-job experience serving small, family farms across the Central Valley, and offers opportunities for growth.

The ideal candidate will demonstrate a strong work ethic, ability to take initiative as a self-starter and contribute to a collaborative work environment. This job is part time, averaging 20-25 hours a week, with the possibility of full-time engagement in 2020.

Responsibilities:

o Assist Program Coordinator with day-to-day operations of FarmLink programs
o Promote FarmLink programs and services including, but not limited to: farmer and landholder linking services, technical assistance, intergenerational farm transition, educational workshops, and farm loans
o Assist new landseekers, landholders and succession clients with online form submission, online profile creation, and initial intake inquiries to assess technical assistance needs
o Conduct outreach and assist with organizing workshops and events for young and retiring farmers representing all of the local agricultural community, including underserved and minority farmers
o Assist in advancing projects in collaboration with partner groups to facilitate public investment in land access for the next generation of family farmers
o Conduct research for program development, and assist in writing grant reports to funders
o Write articles and informational content for California FarmLink’s newsletter, website and social media sites
o Perform routine clerical work, including correspondence and data entry

Requirements:

o Bachelors or associates degree, or demonstrated current progress toward a bachelor’s degree or post-secondary degree strongly preferred. A major in agricultural business, finance, or economics is not required, but highly desirable
o Interest in, and commitment to, the future of California agriculture
o Ability to complete self-directed projects with minimal day-to-day supervision;
o Ability to work in a team atmosphere
o Oral communication skills, including the ability to serve clients in person and over the phone in a courteous and professional manner
o Writing skills, including the ability to prepare professional letters, newsletter articles, and reports
o Computer skills including experience with word processing, emails, spreadsheet, and presentation software programs, Salesforce or other CRM database programs, internet browsers, “cloud computing”
o Possess a valid California driver’s license
o Ability to travel locally on a regular basis, maintain a flexible schedule; and occasionally travel outside of the Central Valley region for trainings, workshops, or conferences requiring overnight stays
o Ability to get along with people representing a variety of personalities and backgrounds
Highly desirable:
o Bilingual, with the ability to communicate the written and spoken word in English and Spanish or Hmong
o Demonstrated knowledge in farm/ranch management, real estate transactions, conservation easements, real estate finance, and local knowledge of crop & livestock production

Compensation:

Status: Part Time, Non-Exempt
Reports To: Central Valley Program Coordinator
Primary Office: Sacramento, CA
Salary: $15 - $20 per hour commensurate with experience

How to Apply:

How To Apply:
Please email a thoughtful cover letter explaining your interest in the position and organization with resume to: info@cafarmlink.org. No phone calls please. Posted June 2019; applications accepted on a rolling basis; open until filled.

Senior Consultant Fiscal Management Associates, LLC.
Various locations, NY
Job Function: Accounting
Posted: June 11, 2019

Background:

Fiscal Management Associates, LLC. (FMA) is a growth-oriented management consulting firm dedicated to building the capacity of the nonprofit sector. We partner with our nonprofit and philanthropic clients to help them attain operational excellence, ensure financial sustainability and effectively achieve their desired impact. Our collaborative approach includes client input and involvement at each stage of an engagement, and at the core of every project we deliver is our commitment to developing strong and trusting relationships between funders and their grantees.

FMA is made up of a highly diverse team, coming from a wide range of cultural and economic backgrounds and representing a spectrum of race, age, ethnicity, ability, and sexual orientation. A Latina-founded and led organization, FMA draws upon its staff to deliver services that are sensitive to the needs and values of both nonprofit and funding organizations.

Our team works with leaders who are organizing youth movements, fighting against racial and gender inequities, using art for civic engagement, and providing fundamental services to those who need it most, to name a few. Our consulting and training services have consistently earned recognition for their pragmatism and relevance.

Position Summary:

The Senior Consultant – Accounting & Information Systems works with team members nationally to serve as a subject matter expert and strategic resource to our clients and the FMA team on finance and accounting technology guidance, advice and support. As a senior role, this position participates in high level, strategic consulting and supervises, mentors, and helps train other FMA staff and/or client staff. The role reports to FMA Lead Consultants and Directors.

This position can be located in any of FMA's offices in New York, Chicago, Oakland, Washington DC, and Providence or virtually from any other domestic location.

Responsibilities:

-Serve as accounting technology subject matter expert to FMA team and clients with accounting technology needs
-Assist clients with all manners of finance and accounting technology support
-Assess client technology infrastructure - current state and prospective needs or opportunities
-Develop accounting system strategies and implementation roadmaps; prioritize deployments, develop business cases, assess/select technology providers and solutions, etc.
-Develop business process maps and workflows
-Identify accounting process risks, inefficiencies and improvement opportunities
-Project manage approved finance and accounting technology implementations
-Understand cyber security issues that may be present with clients
-Identify market trends and business development opportunities
-Stay abreast of accounting technology trends and developments (Digital CPA events, etc.).
-Research technology solution provider marketplace to remain current on provider solutions, costs and quality measures
-Establish and maintain relationships with select technology solution providers
-Partner with FMA team to promote FMA’s accounting technology consulting capabilities to current or prospective clients (to help expand existing relationships and/or cultivate new ones)
-Attend and present at training, conferences and networking events

Requirements:

-Bachelor's or Master's degree with major in Business, Accounting, Finance or related field required
-CPA is preferred
-5+ years of relevant experience in accounting and/or project management
-Experience designing and deploying accounting systems for organizations
-Fluency with accounting processes (costing methods, auditing, budgeting, financial reporting, payroll)
-Strong knowledge of finance and accounting applications and software (Financial Edge, Fund EZ, Intacct)
-Fluency with Microsoft Office applications required
-Previous consulting and people management experience preferred
-15-25% travel should be expected

Compensation:

FMA offers an exciting and rewarding environment for motivated professionals. We are driven by a desire to identify solutions to challenging problems and dedicated to making a difference through both teamwork and independent thought and action. FMA serves organizations across the country from offices in New York, Chicago and Oakland. We offer competitive compensation (including incentive compensation opportunities) and benefit plans as well as a flexible work environment.

How to Apply:

Apply using the following link: https://fma.applytojob.com/apply/QrR9u6RZfG/Senior-Consultant

Executive Director San Luis Obispo County Housing Trust Fund
San Luis Obispo, CA
Job Function: Other
Posted: June 7, 2019

Background:

The San Luis Obispo County Housing Trust Fund (HTF) was incorporated in 2003 to address local housing needs. We became a certified CDFI in 2007. Our website is www.slochtf.org. Considerable information on the organization, including audits, 990s and annual reports, is on our this website. The HTF reports to the Aeris Cloud, so those with access can also learn more about us there.

The HTF serves a single county that is located on California's coast mid-way between Los Angeles and San Francisco. San Luis Obispo County is a beautiful area with persistent housing supply and affordability problems. In 2013, our county had the lowest multifamily vacancy rate in the nation. Between 2013 and 2017, the county's median rent increased by more than 50% - the highest rate of increase in the state. The county is currently the seventh least affordable housing market in the nation according to the National Association of Home Builders .

The HTF's mission is to increase the supply of affordable housing for very low, low and moderate income residents of our county, including households with special needs. We primarily service this mission by providing flexible financing for wide range of affordable housing projects. We also provide technical assistance and advocate for affordable housing.

The HTF is a boutique lender that will customize its loans to meet the needs of local projects. The range of projects that we have financed includes LIHTC rentals, USDA self-help subdivisions, various types of transitional housing, licensed residential care facilities and a regional homeless shelter. We will lend at any stage in a project's life cycle from land acquisition through the rehab of ongoing projects. Our loans have ranged from $45,000 to $2 million. While most of our loans have terms of less than five years, some are as long as 30 years.

Like most housing CDFIs, the HTF's lending capital includes a combination of grants (47%) and investments (53%). Our lending capital includes funds from the CDFI FA, CMF, USDA IRP and state LHTF programs. We have loaned over $25 million since our first loan closed in 2005. Our loan portfolio is currently about $12 million. We also have nearly $1.5 million under contract or firmly committed. We can currently commit about $1 million for new loans and are seeking additional lending capital so we can lend more.

The HTF performs very well on the CDFI Fund's old Minimum Prudent Standards. We are well capitalized and consistently have high deployment rates, especially when considering firm commitments. We have never had a loan loss and our liquidity is excellent. In addition, our self-sufficiency ratio has averaged over 100% since 2014.

Position Summary:

The San Luis Obispo County Housing Trust Fund (HTF) is looking for a seasoned housing finance professional to lead and manage our organization. The Executive Director is the top executive position at the HTF and is therefore responsible for all aspects of the corporation’s operations, management and success. They identify the opportunities and challenges that the corporation may face and develop strategies for optimizing both. They will guide the HTF’s growth and maturation as an organization. The Executive Director reports to the HTF’s Board of Directors and supervises the work of a small staff and contractors.

Responsibilities:

Nonprofit Agency Management:
• Work with the Board of Directors to further the mission and carry out the policies of the corporation.
• Supervise staff and oversee relationships with contract service providers.
• Update and formalize the plans and policies of the corporation.
• Ensure compliance with government requirements for charitable corporations.

Financial Management:
• Prepare the corporation’s annual budgets. Project and monitor income and expenses. Adjust operations as needed to ensure a balanced budget.
• Work with our bookkeepers to ensure timely and accurate monthly financial statements, and with our auditors to ensure timely and accurate annual audits.

Fundraising:
• Identify funding opportunities and risks for the corporation.
• Lead in the preparation of grant and loan applications to obtain funds for the corporation’s operations and revolving loan funds.
• Ensure compliance with the conditions of the corporation’s various funders.

Real Estate Lending:
• Identify new opportunities to finance housing projects that are 1) consistent with the corporation’s mission and 2) fiscally prudent.
• Develop new loan products and recommend changes to existing loan products in response to changes in the housing market, housing needs and/or opportunities. Maintain lending policies.
• Oversee the corporation’s loan portfolio to ensure adequate earned income to maintain the corporation’s operations.

Technical Assistance:
• Provide education, information and technical assistance concerning affordable housing development, financing, policies and strategies to local governments, developers and the public.

Advocacy:
• Advocate for affordable housing programs, policies and projects on the local, state and national levels.

Other:
• Maintain good relations with local elected officials and staff, developers, banks, community groups and others.
• Represent the corporation at the local, state and national levels.
• Other duties as assigned.

Requirements:

Minimum Qualifications:

• Four year college degree in community development, public administration, real estate, finance, business, economics, urban planning or a related field.
• Five years or more of progressively responsible professional experience in real estate finance and/or affordable housing development.
• Substantial knowledge and experience with:
1) California affordable housing laws, including housing elements, RHNA, density bonuses and the Housing Accountability Act.
2) the housing project approval and development process.
3) affordable housing finance programs, including LIHTC, HOME, CDBG and various HCD programs.
• Competence in strategic planning, financial analysis and negotiation.
• Proficiency with MS Windows, Word, Excel, Outlook and other applications.
• Ability to travel during the day, for evening meetings and overnight as needed.

Preferred Qualifications:

• Ten years of real estate finance and/or affordable housing development experience.
• Management experience with a Community Development Financial Institution (CDFI) and/or a 501(c)(3) nonprofit housing development corporation.

Compensation:

Based on experience.

How to Apply:

To be considered for this position, please follow the instructions at Zip Recruiter: https://www.ziprecruiter.com/jobs/slo-county-housing-trust-fund-ed9201ec...

This position will be open until filled.

Program Manager, Minnesota Avenue Main Street Washington Area Community Investment Fund
Washington, DC
Job Function: Project Management
Posted: June 4, 2019

Background:

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

About the DC Main Streets
DC Main Streets (DCMS) is a program established by the Government of the District of Columbia to stimulate the economic revitalization of declining commercial districts through application of the Main Street Approach®. Established in 2002, DCMS has designated twelve local programs: Barracks Row Main Street, Deanwood Heights Main Streets, Destination Congress Heights, District Bridges (Columbia Heights and Mount Pleasant), Eastern Market Main Street, Historic Dupont Circle Main Streets, H Street Main Street, North Capitol Main Street, Shaw Main Streets, Rhode Island Avenue Main Street, Tenleytown Main Street, and Van Ness Main Street. The National Main Street Center has licensed DC Main Streets within the District of Columbia.

Position Summary:

Launched in late 2017, the Minnesota Avenue Main Street (“MAMS”) is one of DC Main Street programs focused on stabilizing and rejuvenating the Ward 7 business community, with specific concentration on Minnesota Avenue NE and Benning Road NE corridors. The neighborhood profile can be found at http://wdcep.com/neighborhood/minnesota-benning. The MAMS initiative is a program of the Washington Area Community Investment Fund (Wacif) and led by a Program Manager. As an officially designated DC Main Streets District, MAMS engage in small business retention and recruitment activities, provide small business technical assistance, work on promotional and marketing activities, and engage on public space design and management issues, among many other activities.

Minnesota Avenue Main Street is seeking a full-time Program Manager. S/he will coordinate activities within the boundaries of the MAMS service area. The Program Manager will be responsible for the development, conduct, execution and documentation of the Main Street program. The Program Manager is the principal on- site staff person responsible for coordinating all program activities and volunteers, as well as representing the community regionally and nationally as appropriate. In addition, s/he will guide the organization as its objectives evolve.

Responsibilities:

In conjunction with the Director of Program & Small Businesses Services, the incumbent will be responsible for the management, coordination, documentation and implementation of the Main Street revitalization program, following the National Main Street Center’s Four-Point approach:

- Organization - Managing the operational aspects of a startup main street program, extensive fundraising efforts, and building consensus and cooperation among the volunteers, businesses, residents and organizations that all play roles in the Minnesota Avenue business corridor.
- Design - Enhancing and improving the appearance of Minnesota Avenue utilizing urban design initiatives.
- Promotion - Marketing Minnesota Avenue to investors, new businesses, residents, local employees, shoppers and visitors
- Economic Vitality - Strengthening, building and diversifying the economic base of the Minnesota Avenue corridor.

The Program Manager will carry out the following tasks:

- Coordinate the activity of the Main Street program committees, ensuring that communication among committees are well established; assist committee volunteers with implementation of work plan items.
- Manage all administrative aspects of the Main Street program, including purchasing, record keeping, budget development, accounting, preparing all reports required by the DC Main Street program and by the National Main Street Center, assisting with the preparation of reports to funding agencies, and supervising employees or consultants.
- Coordinate with Wacif programs and services for deeper impact and assistance to entrepreneurs seeking small business technical assistance and/or financing.
- Lead in developing an action plan that will involve directly and indirectly all persons and groups in the neighborhood. Be mindful of and become familiar with the roles of various local interest groups.
- Develop and conduct on-going public awareness and education programs designed to foster an understanding of Minnesota Avenue Main Street’s goals and objectives and to enhance appreciation of the neighborhood’s assets. Use speaking engagements, media interviews, and personal appearances to keep the program in the public eye.
- Assist individual tenants or property owners with physical improvement projects through personal consultation or by obtaining and supervising professional design consultants; assist in locating appropriate contractors and materials; provide advice and guidance on necessary financial mechanisms for physical improvements. Provide advice and information on successful management.
- Advise neighborhood organizations and committees on Main Street program activities and goals; help coordinate joint promotional events, such as festivals or business promotions, to improve the quality and success of events and attract people to Minnesota Avenue; work closely with local media to ensure maximum coverage of promotional activities; encourage design excellence in all aspects of promotion in order to advance an image of quality for Minnesota Avenue.
- Help build strong and productive relationships with appropriate public agencies at the local government in order to assist with implementation of planned improvements and events and to ensure the benefits of investments in Minnesota Avenue to the city are well understood by policy makers. Encourage a cooperative climate among neighborhood interests and local public officials.
- Work closely with other local stakeholder groups and organizations to ensure cooperation, rather than competition, between programs. Collaborate with local groups to create events encompassing diverse stakeholders that benefit the entire community.
- Utilizing the Main Street program format, develop and maintain data systems to track the progress of the MAMS program. These systems should include economic monitoring, individual building files, photographic documentation of physical changes, and statistics on job creation and business retention.
- Represent the Minnesota Avenue Main Street to important constituencies at the local and national levels. Speak effectively on the program’s directions and work, mindful of the need to improve state and national economic development policies as they relate to commercial districts.

Requirements:

- Knowledgeable of the issues confronting communities East of the River, and specific knowledge of challenges in Ward 7 with emphasis on business community, property owners, public agencies, and community organizations
- Entrepreneurship/small business/commercial and/or economic revitalization experience is required
- Highly organized, self-starting, and maintains incredible attention to detail and to the day-to-day operations
- Proven ability to set and execute a program’s strategic vision and successfully achieve its mission
- Demonstrated skills at building and cultivating strong relationships with key stakeholders, including staff, Board members, funders, partners, government officials
- Positive, entrepreneurial spirit including ability to seek new and creative solutions to challenges
- Experience with grants management
- Ability to manage multiple projects simultaneously with precision and attention to detail while continually finding ways to improve processes to produce higher quality activities with clear and significant outputs and outcome for the MAMS and its stakeholders
- Exceptional customer service
- Excellent oral, written, verbal and interpersonal communication skills with special attention to detailed editing of promotional materials, website and print pieces
- Advanced level proficiency with Microsoft Office software suite
- Experience customer relationship management systems, WordPress, event registration platforms, and/or marketing automation systems is preferred
- Supervisory skills are desirable
- Occasional evening and weekend hours required

EDUCATION
- Bachelor’s degree from an accredited institution required
- Education and/or minimum of 2 years’ professional experience in one or more of the following areas: urban/city planning, commercial district management, fundraising / development, event planning, economics, finance, public relations, planning/design, business administration, public administration, retailing, graphic design, volunteer or non-profit administration, architecture, historic preservation, and/or small business management, development, and/or assistance.

Compensation:

Salary will range will vary with experience from $45,000 to $60,000, with possibility of increases based on successful fundraising by the Program Manager. Medical, Dental, Vision, Life & Disability coverage available. Retirement plan (some employer contribution & matching); paid vacation (increased with tenure), holiday and sick leave days.

How to Apply:

Interested candidates should email a resume/CV, thoughtful cover letter that outlines how your skills and experience meet the qualifications of the position, and salary requirements to opportunity@wacif.org with “MAMS Program Manager – [Name]” in the subject line. Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis until position is filled.

Wacif is an equal opportunity employer and welcomes candidates from diverse backgrounds.

We thank all those who apply, but only shortlisted candidates will be contacted. No calls please. Telephone inquiries will not be accepted.

Investment Officer CNote
Oakland, CA
Job Function: Underwriting
Posted: June 3, 2019

Background:

CNote is on a mission to close the wealth gap in the U.S. through financial innovation. In collaboration with CDFIs, CNote creates financial products in cash and fixed income space with competitive returns and direct impact that are available to both retail and institutional investors. The funds raised through distribution of these financial products is the source of flexible and innovative capital for the CDFI industry. Along with capital, CNote provides marketing support to CDFIs to bring more visibility into their work and educate investors on financial and impact opportunities that exist with CDFIs.

Position Summary:

This position is primarily responsible for evaluating new CDFI partners, monitoring existing relationships and assisting in the portfolio construction. The Investment Officer will conduct the due diligence process following the proprietary underwriting framework. Through participating in the industry events and collaborations, he/she will develop relationships with CDFI partners and interested stakeholders, and work on different initiatives to promote CNote’s mission and drive the CDFI industry forward.
The company is based in Oakland, CA but the position can be remote.

Responsibilities:

● Prepare and present an investment memo to CNote senior leadership and an investment committee.
● Analyze CDFIs’ financial statements, loan portfolios, lending policies and procedures, and strategies to determine the degree of risk involved in extending credit, as well as recommend risk mitigation strategies.
● Organize onsite visits with CDFIs to conduct meetings with then senior management, board members, evaluate the team work and culture.
● Assess the impact track record of CDFIs including outputs and outcomes.
● Generate investment opportunities by developing relationships with the CDFI industry.
● Actively participate in the portfolio construction and portfolio management of CDFI investments. Ensure borrowers maintain compliance with quarterly and annual covenants and strengthen borrower relationships.
● Coordinate with technology, operations and legal teams on loan closings, documentation, CDFI onboarding and capital deployment.
● Collaborate with the technology team to enhance the underwriting and monitoring process and ways to leverage technology for the benefit of the whole CDFI industry.
● Assist in developing and implementing investment strategies and investment policies and procedures.
● Take a proactive role in bringing and sharing with the team insights “from the field” that guide product development
● Work across CNote’s teams to support CNote’s mission and the whole CDFI industry.

Requirements:

● Bachelor’s Degree or 5-7 years direct work experience in lieu of degree.
● Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA), or Master’s Degree in a relevant field of study not required but preferred.
● 5+ years demonstrated experience with financial statement analysis, financial modeling, and credit analysis, including underwriting, is required.
● Demonstrated experience writing and presenting detailed investment recommendations with emphasis on clarity, conciseness, and relevance.
● Strong understanding of accounting principles with the ability to apply knowledge to assessing risk and performing financial underwriting.
● Understanding of loan documentation and risk mitigation strategies.
● Experience in community or social finance is preferred.
● Demonstrated leadership ability with superior interpersonal skills and ability to work well with diverse constituents.
● Superior organizational skills and ability to manage multiple tasks effectively and efficiently under minimal supervision as well as ability to set priorities and meet deadlines under pressure without sacrificing quality.
● Advanced knowledge of MS Excel and financial modeling skills.
● Commitment to community and economic development.
● Some travel required (20% of time).
● Ability to work both independently and collaboratively with teams across CNote.
● Comfort working in a dynamic start-up environment, often remote.
● Capacity to be aware of, control, and express your emotions, and to handle interpersonal relationships judiciously and empathetically.
● Intellectual curiosity paired with a high growth-mindset.
● You can easily handle stress and you are unflappable.

Compensation:

● Flexibility. Ability to work from home, co-working spaces, on-the-go.
● Compensation. Competitive monetary compensation, as well as equity. We want you to have the ownership of what we build together.
● Benefits. Unlimited vacation time and employee benefits are available to fit your needs and ensure your well-being.

How to Apply:

CNote is committed to building an inclusive workplace culture where talented people of widely different backgrounds can thrive. We've adopted this commitment because we believe the inclusion of diverse perspectives will improve our work and produce better societal outcomes for all. We are actively seeking people who bring distinct backgrounds and perspectives to join us in this work.

CNote is an affirmative action and equal opportunity employer (AA/EOE/W/M/Vet/Disabled) and does not discriminate in recruiting, hiring, training, promotion or other employment of associates or the awarding of subcontracts because of a person's race, color, sex, age, religion, national origin, protected veteran, disability, sexual orientation, gender identity, genetics or other protected status. Qualified applicants with arrest and conviction records will be considered for the position in accordance with the San Francisco Fair Chance Ordinance.

We’d love to learn more about you! Please send your resume and a quick blurb about why you are excited about this opportunity to careers@mycnote.com with “Investment Officer” in the subject line.

Associate Director, Impact Lending REDF
San Francisco, CA
Job Function: Lending/Loan Operations
Posted: June 3, 2019

Background:

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REDF is a venture philanthropy that invests exclusively in the growth and effectiveness of employment social enterprises―double bottom-line businesses helping people who otherwise are shut out of the workforce to get jobs, keep jobs, and build a better life. Since 1997, REDF has invested in 177 employment social enterprises in 26 states, employing more than 36,000 people and generating revenue of more than $720M. In 2017 REDF launched the Impact Lending practice to add an important tool to accelerate the growth of employment social enterprises. REDF is demonstrating a model for how flexible loan terms combined with technical assistance can improve borrower performance and attract new sources of capital.

Position Summary:

Associate Director, Impact Lending

Reporting to the Chief Program Officer, the Associate Director will be responsible for directing and growing REDF’s young Impact Lending practice. This newly-created role will manage all aspects of REDF’s commercial lending to employment-social enterprises and mission-aligned businesses. The role is responsible for strategy and operations including: origination, underwriting, and portfolio management. REDF needs someone willing to roll up their sleeves and be a hands-on doer when needed, as well as a great people leader and collaborator. Ideal candidates are entrepreneurial and motivated to help build this new practice which is intended to contribute meaningfully to the growth of the social enterprise sector and to helping thousands of individuals facing employment barriers such as incarceration, mental health challenges, and histories of homelessness.

Responsibilities:

Essential Responsibilities

Strategy
• Lead the development of REDF’s short and long-term commercial lending strategy rooted in quantitative and qualitative analysis of key industries, drivers of business performance, and REDF’s impact objectives.
• Establish key financial and operational KPIs and monitor and report on performance.
• Collaborate closely to maximize expertise of Board Committees, external stakeholders, and partners.

Loan Origination
• Ensure a steady pipeline of qualified borrowers across regions and within priority lending sectors (alternative staffing, maintenance & recycling, consumer goods, and manufacturing).
• Represent REDF’s impact lending practice at industry events to educate new audiences.
• Identify partnership opportunities with co-lenders including CDFIs, impact investors, and philanthropic organizations to build and share pipeline.

Underwriting
• Utilizing REDF’s data platforms, review and make recommendations for a standardized due diligence processes with a strong customer focus.
• Oversee and conduct due diligence to structure new loans including: reviewing application materials and financial statements, producing robust financial models and performing scenario analyses; evaluating social impact potential and interviewing borrower leadership teams and conducting site visits, preparing credit memos, through to loan closing.
• Perform benchmarking analyses using internal and external data to predict loan performance metrics and behaviors across industry and sector.

Portfolio Management
• Utilizing REDF’s data platforms, ensure data collection from borrowers, and review and make recommendations for standardized due diligence processes with a strong customer focus.
• With REDF Finance Department, monitor portfolio risk and implement mitigation strategies.

Building a Team and Developing Talent
• Self-awareness as a leader, demonstrated ability to build rapport and gain trust and value input of diverse people across levels, functions, culture, and geography.
• Hands-on manager, providing feedback with a growth mindset, creating opportunities for staff to increase skills while establishing clear responsibilities and accountability for performance.
• Design workflows and procedures to optimize performance of a small team.
• Work collaboratively and efficiently across departments.

Requirements:

Key Qualifications
• Minimum 5 years underwriting experience with 5 years management/supervisory experience in either commercial lending, impact investing, or management consulting is required.
• Demonstrated expertise in cash flow-based credit analysis and financial and operational due diligence of small businesses is required. Experience with priority lending sectors a plus.
• Strong financial modeling and financial statement analysis skills; willingness to use qualitative and quantitative data to drive the decision-making process.
• Proven ability to develop and manage excellent borrower relationships.
• Excellent judgement, strong negotiation skills, and a track record of exceeding goals.
• Proficiency using Salesforce as CRM system and data analytics tool for analysis and reporting
• MBA preferred; other graduate degrees or experience demonstrating an ability to manage complex problems using quantitative and qualitative data.
• Experience working with both for‐profit and non‐profit borrowers strongly preferred, with an ability to integrate double-bottom line metrics and provide technical assistance to borrowers.
• Comfort with ambiguous situations, conflict, unfamiliar tasks, and learning and experimenting when facing new situations while extracting lessons learned from mistakes and failures.
• Effective communicator with demonstrated external representation experience and situational awareness.
• Ability to travel up to 30% of the time.
• Commitment to REDF’s mission and vision

Compensation:

The Rewards
• Ability to help craft REDF’s next 20 years of impact
• Work with passionate, dedicated people
• Apply your passion for social change in your career
• Operate with a high degree of autonomy in a fast-paced, dynamic environment
• Competitive, comprehensive benefits package

How to Apply:

Join Us!

Please submit your resume and cover letter via REDF’s applicant portal:https://redfportal.secure.force.com/hr/fRecruit__ApplyJob?vacancyNo=VN329&.
A personalized cover letter is required; applications without one will not be considered.

REDF is an equal opportunity employer and is committed to a policy of equal treatment and opportunity in every aspect of its relations with staff members and prospective employees and will not discriminate against applicants for employment because of race, creed, color, national origin, age, disability, marital status, sex, or sexual orientation. REDF encourages employment applications from people who are representative of the culturally and ethnically diverse communities REDF serves. Pursuant to the San Francisco Fair Chance Ordinance, REDF will consider for employment qualified applicants with arrest and conviction records.

NOAH Preservation Impact Investment Fund Manager Greater Minnesota Housing Fund
St. Paul, MN
Job Function: Other
Posted: May 31, 2019

Background:

Greater Minnesota Housing Fund (GMHF) is Minnesota’s leading nonprofit affordable housing lender, providing a diversified range of products including predevelopment, acquisition, construction, bridge, first mortgage financing and equity capital for affordable housing in all 87 counties of Minnesota.

GMHF is certified by the Department of Treasury as a Community Development Financial Institution (CDFI) to address the affordable housing needs of Minnesota’s under-served areas including cities, towns, rural areas, and tribal nations. As a mission-driven 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, GMHF is committed to Housing First principles, recognizing that safe, decent, affordable housing provides the foundation for improved social impact including improved health, educational, and employment outcomes. Housing is also essential to the economic vitality of Minnesota’s communities.

GMHF is known for its innovative programmatic solutions to Minnesota’s affordable housing challenges, working with impact investors, employers, local government and philanthropy to collaboratively address statewide housing demands. In addition to its CDFI lending, GMHF operates two nonprofit subsidiary funds: Minnesota Equity Fund (MEF), an equity investment vehicle for socially motivated investors to finance affordable housing, and NOAH Impact Fund, which invests in the preservation of unsubsidized, affordable multifamily rental housing in the Minneapolis/St. Paul metro.

Each year GMHF lends or invests $60 million to $80 million to create and preserve affordable homes across Minnesota. GMHF also awards between $750,000 and $1 million annually in grants to assist nonprofits specializing in legislative policy, legal advocacy, tenant organizing, homebuyer training, manufactured home park preservation, planning and technical assistance, and other complementary activities. Since 1996, GMHF has financed over 15,800 safe, affordable homes for individuals and households with low incomes in more than 600 developments, serving 180+ communities.

GMHF provides impact investors with a range of opportunities to invest in their communities and create affordable homes and improve the life outcomes of low-income families and vulnerable adults. GMHF has attracted over $175 million of private investment capital and over $150 million in charitable contributions in its 23-year history.

For more information about GMHF, visit www.GMHF.com.

Position Summary:

Responsible for leading the operations of the NOAH Impact Investment Fund Including real estate acquisitions and asset management assistance

The goals of the NOAH Impact Investment Fund include:
o In partnership with qualified nonprofit and for-profit owner-operators, deploy the Fund’s capital as equity investments in appropriately structured NOAH properties where, in the absence of the Fund’s involvement, rent affordability would be at risk of loss.
o Structure financing and partnerships to successfully preserve the affordability of the acquired NOAH properties over an expected period of 15 years.
o Grow the Fund through effectively achieving economic and social impact goals, raising new rounds of social impact capital, and managing the Fund’s assets in a manner that supports the acquisition and preservation of additional NOAH properties.
o Capitalize and close the NOAH Fund Pool II with $25 million, including institutional impact capital and mission-related investments (MRI).
o Acquire 900 - 1,000 units of at-risk unsubsidized affordable rental housing in an estimated 10-15 properties over 18-24 months with NOAH Impact Fund resources.
Position Responsibilities

The position will work directly with outside professionals, including legal counsel, developers, owner-operators, lenders, local and state governments, and representatives of other intermediary organizations to assess project viability and bring funded projects to closing. The position is heavily weighted towards financial analysis, deal structuring, and resolving legal and technical issues that require knowledge and direct experience with private sector multifamily real estate development, acquisition, construction, rehabilitation, and property management issues. The position will conduct the following activities:

Responsibilities:

General Areas of Responsibility
o General leadership and oversight of the Fund’s operations and activities; and work in partnership with the CEO and other members of management team.
o Secure $25 million in investment commitments per biennium, including a blend of social impact capital and institutional investor capital.
o Identify prospective acquisitions, secure owner-operator, and conduct underwriting.
o Leadership of owner-operator recruitment and NOAH project identification.
o Secure necessary programmatic and economic commitments from owner-operators.
o Prepare transaction summaries, underwriting reports, and recommendations for internal investment committee and board.
o Obtain equity financing approvals from board, committees, and investors as needed.
o Ensure that social impact goals and compliance requirements are agreed to and fully met.
o Underwrite related project loans if quick strike acquisition or bridge financing is required.
o Work directly with attorneys and accountants to resolve legal and technical issues.
o Coordinate closing and required closing documents with legal counsel.
o Monitor rehabilitation work and budget and approve draws.
o Identify investor prospects including corporate, insurance, bank, and philanthropic investors.
o Manage investor relations, conduct presentations, and close investor commitments.
o Maintain communication and manage reporting with all investors in the Fund.
o Conduct project management and ensure all administrative functions are performed.
o Serve as point person for inquiries by owners, investors, and funders.
o Other duties and responsibilities as assigned.

Pre-closing/Underwriting
o Prepare and review multifamily real estate proformas.
o Conduct in-depth multifamily real estate project analysis.
o Supervise and work with staff underwriters to perform complete underwriting.
o Review key documents including title insurance, surveys, appraisals, rent rolls, scopes of work, building condition needs assessments, environmental assessments, market information, and other reports.

Asset Management
o Supervise asset management staff in monitoring, reporting, site visits, and risk ratings.
o Develop asset management improvement plans to meet management objectives.
o Maintain project files according to structure in an accessible and organized manner.
o Ensure financial and project reporting to investors, including quarterly and annual reports, annual K-1 forms, and annual audits.
o Support portfolio management and reporting on investment portfolio(s).
o Supervise and assist asset management staff with underperforming properties and workouts.
o Ensure the cash and tax benefits are determined accurately and timely delivered to the Fund and investors.

Requirements:

This position is an integral part of GMHF’s management team and will play a key role in the corporation’s continued success. The ideal candidate:
o Is a seasoned leader with a passion for social investing, community development, and public finance with a minimum of 10 years progressive business experience as a senior development professional in the field of multifamily real estate development, underwriting and/or public finance and private sector multifamily housing.
o Possesses proven skills in multifamily real estate finance and developer/investor relations. The position requires strong interpersonal and organizational skills, and the ability to work in a fast-paced environment with multiple priorities while meeting firm deadlines.
o Is extremely well-organized and self-directed, able to work in a high energy team environment with extensive interactions, and able to work independently.
o Is able to plan, schedule, and prioritize responsibilities, and work productively under strict time constraints, and organize and schedule tasks in support of multiple projects with a wide range of production and monitoring requirements.
o Is able to deal effectively with other dynamic internal staff, and external parties, including developers, owner-operators, investors, funders, government agencies, and the general public.

Additional qualifications include:
o Thorough understanding of partnership structures and partnership issues.
o Knowledge of multifamily real estate credit analysis, unsecured lending to nonprofit and for-profit organizations, and ability to underwrite multifamily real estate properties.
o Experience negotiating partnerships and closing multifamily transactions with investors.
o Proven track record of guiding multifamily real estate from predevelopment through closing, build-out, and lease-up.
o Excellent verbal communication skills, writing and publication skills.
o High tolerance for ambiguity and able to navigate uncertain situations.
o Ability to work on a variety of programs and projects simultaneously.
o Strong computer skills required in MS Office, high proficiency in Excel and Word.
o Master’s degree in business, finance, multifamily real estate development, planning or equivalent employment experience.

Compensation:

Negotiable

How to Apply:

Please send your resume to Rebecca Martin, COO at alancaster@gmhf.com

Investments Officer Silicon Valley Community Foundation
Mountain View, CA
Job Function: Investment
Posted: May 30, 2019

Background:

ABOUT SILICON VALLEY COMMUNITY FOUNDATION
Silicon Valley Community Foundation advances innovative philanthropic solutions to challenging problems. As the largest community foundation in the world, we engage donors and corporations from Silicon Valley, across the country and around the globe to make our region and world better for all. Our passion for helping people and organizations achieve their philanthropic dreams has created a global philanthropic enterprise committed to the belief that possibilities start here. Learn more at siliconvalleycf.org.

Position Summary:

JOB SUMMARY
The Investment Officer reports to the Senior Vice President of Investments. The Investment Officer is a member of a small and highly collaboratively team that stewards the foundation’s investments and investment relationships to ensure strong consistent performance, effective operations and clean audits.

The Investment Officer works closely with donor and community facing teams to present and explain SVCF’s various investment programs, including the Investment Pools, Individually Managed Funds, Nonprofit Investment Program, Community Impact Loan Fund, and donor recommended impact investments. Working at the intersection of social impact and investment, the Officer coordinates activity of the loan fund, a place-based impact fund providing capital to community organizations. The Officer also participates in conducting due diligence, monitoring and reporting on individual impact investments recommended from donor advised funds. Excellent written and verbal communication skills are essential. A strong knowledge of institutional investing, credit underwriting and community financing practices is highly desired. The successful candidate is analytical, results oriented, adept at juggling multiple priorities, and enjoys new challenges and continuously advancing the quality of their work.

The Officer works closely with the Senior Vice President, Senior Investments Officer, and Investments Associate to administer, monitor or support SVCF’s various investment programs and third-party relationships. The Officer collaborates with development and donor service teams to present SVCF’s investment programs to potential and existing clients, and develop appropriate investment solutions. The Officer also works cross-functionally and closely with community and donor facing teams, marketing and SVCF’s loan consultant to coordinate activities of the Loan Fund. The Officer communicates with potential and existing donors, nonprofits, loan fund borrowers, community partners, investment managers, service providers, and other outside groups. The Officer attends regular Investment and Loan Fund committee meetings and represents SVCF to outside groups as requested.

Responsibilities:

RESPONSIBILITIES
• Present SVCF’s investment pools, programs and services. Explain SVCF’s investment policies, strategy, portfolio composition, costs and performance. Prepare effective presentation materials. Evaluate donor or nonprofit fund activity in light of charitable goals and advise on appropriate investment solutions and pool allocations. Prepare annual reviews and custom fund analysis and communications.
• Periodically meet with existing investment managers in SVCF’s investment pools to review strategy, monitor performance, and explain how the strategy and manager’s skill complements the portfolio.
• Develop and maintain investment-related marketing collateral and donor/client communications. Leverage marketing and social media channels to inform internal and external stakeholders about investments.
• Conduct due diligence on program- and mission-related investments recommended by fund advisors. Advance policies, guidelines and practices to ensure best in class services and operational viability.
• Work with Loan Fund team and external consultant to prioritize prospective borrowers, coordinate underwriting, process loans, manage the portfolio and resolve operational issues. Ensure timely evaluation, credit quality, mission alignment and local impact.
• Develop compelling investor communications and impact reporting to drive ongoing investment from donor funds to the Loan Fund. Coordinate planning and preparation of Loan Fund committee meeting agendas and docket materials. Prepare regular reporting to board, staff and donors.
• Maintain knowledge of local, regional and national trends and conditions in place-based, community investing and community finance, including activities of potential co-funders such as CDFIs, foundations, family offices, and bank community investment units.
• Maintain knowledge of donor advised fund rules (PPA 2006), endowment and institutional fund investment practices (UPMIFA), and endowment spending and investment policy best practices. Establish self as knowledgeable resource for donors and nonprofits.
• Maintain valuation support for annual audit deliverables, including loan and impact investments information necessary to complete audit schedules, valuations and notes and tables for financial statements. Generate audit deliverables as requested.

Requirements:

QUALIFICATIONS
• Bachelor’s degree and four to seven years of experience or equivalent combination of education and experience; degree in finance, investments, business administration, real estate or urban planning preferred; advanced degree a plus; experience in investments, loan documents, due diligence, and credit underwriting preferred
• High degree of self-motivation, dedication, creativity, and perseverance
• Proficiency in analyzing financials of nonprofit and social enterprise organizations
• Excellent cross-functional project management and ability to work with diverse groups
• Exceptional verbal and written communication skills
• Highly proficient in Excel, Word and PowerPoint
• Strong knowledge of institutional investment practices and portfolio management principles
• Strong knowledge of accounting and financial reporting principles
• Highly organized and able to manage multiple priorities
• Strong analytical and qualitative skills

Compensation:

Commensurate with skills and experience

How to Apply:

APPLICATION PROCEDURE
Submit a resume with cover letter explaining your interest in the position and what you would bring to Silicon Valley Community Foundation to https://jobs.lever.co/siliconvalleycf.org/f6f69909-6a06-4115-9e84-e962e2...

Application deadline: open until filled.

Internal candidates should contact a member of the Human Resources Department directly.

Investment Operations Coordinator Silicon Valley Community Foundation
Mountain View, CA
Job Function: Investment
Posted: May 30, 2019

Background:

ABOUT SILICON VALLEY COMMUNITY FOUNDATION
Silicon Valley Community Foundation advances innovative philanthropic solutions to challenging problems. As the largest community foundation in the world, we engage donors and corporations from Silicon Valley, across the country and around the globe to make our region and world better for all. Our passion for helping people and organizations achieve their philanthropic dreams has created a global philanthropic enterprise committed to the belief that possibilities start here. Learn more at siliconvalleycf.org.

Position Summary:

JOB SUMMARY
The Investment Operations Coordinator reports to the Senior Vice President of Investments, who reports to the Executive Vice President of Finance. The Investment Operations Coordinator is a member of a small and highly collaborative team that stewards the foundation’s investments and investment relationships to ensure strong consistent performance, effective operations and clean audits.

The Coordinator is responsible for operations, administration and audit deliverables across SVCF’s various investment programs, including the Investment Pools, Individually Managed Funds, Community Impact Loan Fund, and impact investments. The Coordinator is a key liaison between SVCF staff, consultants, investment managers, custodians and banks — responsible for processing transactions, onboarding new investments and maintaining records. The Coordinator updates marketing and donor communications, and generates annual audit deliverables. Prior experience with investment operations and/or accounting and finance administration in a fast-paced environment is highly desired. The successful candidate is highly organized, results oriented, with excellent teamwork and time management skills.

The Coordinator works closely with the Senior Vice President, Senior Investment Officer, Investment Officer, and Accounting staff to administer, transact and maintain SVCF’s various investment programs and third-party relationships. During audit season, the Coordinator works closely with Accounting and SVCF’s auditors to produce audit deliverables. The Coordinator communicates regularly with potential and existing advisors, custodians, investment managers and other service providers. As a member of SVCF’s operations and enterprise-system user group, the Coordinator collaborates with other departments to implement technology enhancements and drive process improvements.

Responsibilities:

RESPONSIBILITIES
• Coordinate manager transitions and portfolio rebalancing, transact purchases and redemptions, process capital calls, distributions and fees, and maintain cash guidelines. Work with external service providers and internal staff to develop productive relationships and resolve operational issues in a timely and constructive manner.
• Coordinate investment onboarding across key stakeholders: prepare, route and process new account forms and agreements, maintain investment records in RE, Black Diamond and Excel, administer user logins, and maintain authorized signer lists.
• Coordinate and prepare annual investment-related audit deliverables including investment roll-forward, schedules, valuation support and financial statement tables. Coordinate collection of K-1s, foreign accounts and partnership reporting for preparation of investment-related tax filings.
• Maintain timely updates to investment communications including performance reports, fact sheets, webpages, PowerPoint presentations, fund activity reports and other communications. Maintain department intranet and shared files as the department administrator.
• Monitor and process group email boxes including electronic and physical mail, invoices, security litigation notices, proxy voting and legal, tax or regulatory filings.
• Coordinate maintenance and renewal of $145 million in bank certificate of deposits.
• Prepare assigned investment committee reports. Provide backup support on committee meeting scheduling, correspondence, docket preparation and distribution, catering and minutes, as needed.
• Develop and maintain written procedures in support of job functions. Participate in technology and operations working groups to represent department needs, coordinate enhancements and drive process improvements.

Requirements:

QUALIFICATIONS
• Bachelor’s degree and three years of experience or equivalent combination of education and experience; degree in finance, accounting or business administration preferred; experience in investment operations, accounting or finance administration preferred
• High degree of self-motivation, dedication and perseverance
• Highly proficient with Excel, PowerPoint and Word
• Highly organized and able to manage multiple priorities
• Strong attention to detail and accuracy is critical
• Excellent written and oral language communications skills
• Ability to work as a team member in varied activities and projects
• Ability to maintain confidentiality of extremely sensitive and private data

Compensation:

Commensurate with skills and experience.

How to Apply:

APPLICATION PROCEDURE
Submit a resume with cover letter explaining your interest in the position and what you would bring to Silicon Valley Community Foundation to https://jobs.lever.co/siliconvalleycf.org/cf7546c2-58d8-4aa6-8e3b-ccf8d8...

Application deadline: open until filled.

Internal candidates should contact a member of the Human Resources Department directly.

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