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Executive Director NCALL Research Inc.
Dover, DE
Job Function: Relationship Management
Posted: February 12, 2018

Background:

NCALL was created as a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization in 1955 and began its housing and community development mission serving the Delmarva Peninsula in 1976, with an emphasis on issues impacting rural communities. NCALL works to promote affordable housing, improved communities, and sustainable development on the Delmarva Peninsula through its mission of: educating and empowering people to achieve their housing goals and improve their finances; developing affordable housing and strengthening the capacity of other nonprofit housing organizations; providing innovative lending products and services targeted to affordable housing and community development; revitalizing neighborhoods; and increasing public awareness about housing needs and resources and advocating for improved public policy.

NCALL has a strong commitment to implementing nonprofit best practices including a commitment to long term planning and impact measurements; operational excellence guided by strong policies and procedures; and prudent fiscal management, including the maintenance of operational reserves. NCALL had an almost $1.8 million increase in net assets in the last fiscal year and every line of business had a stronger year in 2017 than in 2016.

NCALL’s commitment to going to scale and measuring impacts has helped make the organization a high performer as both a NeighborWorks organization and a Community Development Financial Institution (CDFI). NCALL has been a chartered member of NeighborWorks® since 2003 and received an exemplary rating during the last program review in 2015. NCALL was also certified as a CDFI in 2005. NCALL voluntarily participates in the Comprehensive Ratings for CDFI Investments (Aeris) review and rating process, which yielded a current rating of AA+2 for impact performance, financial strength, and policy work.

NCALL currently has a 36-person staff and an operating budget of $4.3 million. The Executive Director reports to a 15-member Board of Directors made up of housing and social service leaders from Delaware and the eastern shores of Maryland and Virginia. The senior leadership team includes a Deputy Director, Homeownership Director, Finance Director, Self-Help Housing Director, Loan Fund Director, and Resource Development Director. Most of the senior leadership team have been at NCALL for 10 years or longer.

Services provided by NCALL are:

  • Lending Services: NCALL provides a variety of flexible loan products to mission oriented affordable housing and community facilities developers in the Delmarva Peninsula. The Loan Fund has loaned more than $120 million for affordable housing, community facilities, and revitalization since 2004. This has yielded 826 units of affordable housing, 308 rooms/beds for special needs populations, 488,000 SF of community facility space and 126,900 square feet of commercial/retail space developed. FY’17 alone saw 25 loans totaling $25.7 million using NCALL and participant capital. The loan fund currently has $42 million deployed (NCALL capital of $22 million and loan participations of $20 million). NCALL has total equity and debt capital of $26,759,046. Four staff work in lending services. NCALL is currently hiring two additional lending services staff due to growth in lending activities.
  • Consumer Services: NCALL provides pre-purchase, foreclosure prevention and financial literacy programs to empower and educate residents. Fifteen staff work in these programs areas. For FY’17, NCALL provided homebuyer counseling to 795 customers looking to buy a home, with 278 households succeeding in buying a home during that fiscal year. NCALL helped 628 households work to avoid foreclosure; and provided one on one and group financial literacy and coaching to 1,472 people. Since 1990, NCALL has helped more than 8,400 people purchase their first homes.
  • Housing and Community Development Services: NCALL’s housing and community development services include fee for service real estate technical assistance and neighborhood and community revitalization. Ten staff work on housing and community development services. 

NCALL has packaged and assisted with the development of 55 affordable apartment communities throughout Delmarva using Rural Development and Low Income Housing Tax Credit financing. As a development consultant, NCALL has three new projects that are ready to begin construction. NCALL’s Board recently voted to expand the organization’s real estate activities to include ownership of rental properties. NCALL  receives federal funding to provide technical and management assistance to organizations in a 21-state northeast region that are operating, or plan to operate, self-help housing programs in their community.

NCALL has been engaged in a highly successful grass roots community development initiative called Restoring Central Dover. As part of this initiative, NCALL has facilitated community engagement on issues related to economic development and safety. NCALL has also acquired lots and built new homes for sale to help increase the community’s homeownership rate. Additional information regarding NCALL, including annual and audit reports, can be found at www.ncall.org.

Position Summary:

Reporting to the Board of Directors, the Executive Director will have strong external leadership skills, high ethical standards, and a rofound commitment to NCALL’s mission of empowering and serving low-income people. 

Near Term Priorities

  • Work with the Board and staff to develop and implement a strategic planning process that evaluates infrastructure needed for NCALL to continue to grow and thrive in a new political environment.
  • Develop a branding strategy that raises the organization’s profile, helping the organization attract additional consumers and resources.
  • Determine if the current organizational and management structure continues to be appropriate, particularly as it relates to NCALL’s growing lending business, and shift from real estate technical assistance to real estate development.
  • Stay abreast of and evaluate how the changing public funding environment impacts NCALL’s lines of business.
  • Strengthen the involvement of the Board through a more robust committee structure.
  • Determine whether NCALL’s place-based work in Dover can be adapted and implemented in another community.
  • Evaluate the physical needs of the organization and determine if new office space is required. 

Responsibilities:

  • Work with the Board of Directors to set strategic goals and priorities, and identify new areas of growth and ways of deepening the already significant impact of organizational programs.
  • Work with the Deputy Director to ensure NCALL’s operational high standards are maintained, and assess if organizational management infrastructure is appropriate to organizational size.
  • Support and empower the directors responsible for each of NCALL’s lines of business and work to encourage innovation and leader development.
  • Be the primary face of NCALL, raising the organization’s profile, building relationships, and representing NCALL in advocacy and coalition work.
  • Be a transparent and communicative partner to the Board of Directors by providing the information necessary to allow the Board to play its strategic governance and fiduciary roles.
  • Maintain and/or increase NCALL’s strong financial position by being proactive about organizational financial sustainability, managing organizational risk and working in partnership with NCALL’s finance director on fiscal management.
  • Nurture and develop strong relationships with new and existing funders and new and existing sources of earned revenue.
  • Maintain NCALL’s culture and focus on business planning and impact measurements for existing and potential new opportunities.

 

Requirements:

Ideal candidates for this position will share a passion for and commitment to serving the mission of NCALL and will bring a variety of experiences and attributes to the organization, including:

  • A track record of five years or more of successful staff management with a focus on leader development and empowerment.
  • A commitment to best practices and the highest ethical standards.
  • Strong networking skills that will allow NCALL to maintain and build external relationships.
  • A strong communicator who can build the case for NCALL’s work in writing and orally, and is comfortable serving as an advocate for the organization and for affordable housing. 
  • Experience in financial management in a setting that includes multiple and complex lines of business.
  • An entrepreneurial spirit backed up by a strong track record of raising earned and donated revenue, including corporate support.
  • An understanding and knowledge of affordable housing required, with preferred expertise in affordable housing development or lending.
  • A track record of assessing and managing risk related to real estate development or lending.
  • Bachelor’s degree required.

Compensation:

Salary will be competitive and commensurate with experience.

How to Apply:

To apply, e-mail your resume, a cover letter that explains how your skills align with the requirements above, and salary requirements to: NCALL@raffa.com (e-mail applications are required). For other inquiries, contact Peggy Sand at psand@raffa.com. Resume reviews begin immediately. NCALL is an equal opportunity employer.

 

CEO - Sorenson Impact Center (16141B) Sorenson Impact Center, University of Utah
Salt Lake City, UT
Job Function: Fundraising
Posted: February 11, 2018

Background:

We champion investments where private capital and social good connect. We advise investors, philanthropists, family offices, high net worth individuals, and others on how they can achieve double bottom-line returns. Our value proposition is a 360-degree perspective on the impact investing landscape, our unparalleled pipeline of high-impact investment opportunities from around the globe, and our uncompromising approach to financial and impact due diligence.

Position Summary:

The Director, Operations and Logistics will be the CEO of the James Lee Sorenson Global Impact Investing Center (Sorenson Impact Center) and responsible for the leadership and budget oversight of the Sorenson Impact Center and work cooperatively with the Managing Directors of the Center as well as the Dean of the David Eccles School of Business to achieve mutually agreed upon goals. 

In addition to its endowment, the Sorenson Impact Center relies on grant funding and / or other fee-based revenues. The Director position is responsible for the generation of grant funding and other fee-based revenue by the Sorenson Impact Center and will report to the Dean of the David Eccles School of Business.

Program Summary:

The mission of the Sorenson Impact Center is to marshal capital for social good, empower data-driven social programs, break down silos across sectors, and equip the next generation of professional leaders with social purpose. The Sorenson Impact Center and its team of professional staff enjoy a global profile in the “social impact and innovation” field and are widely recognized as key thought leaders and practitioners.

Endowed by James Lee Sorenson in 2013, the Sorenson Impact Center advises a number of stakeholders from the private, public, philanthropic, and nonprofit sectors on a range of key impact and innovation strategies. Key areas of focus include impact investing and measurement, data analytics, integration, and visualization, as well as evidence-based program design and performance management. The Sorenson Impact Center also engages in a diverse set of field-building activities, including: organizing and sponsoring high-profile social impact and innovation convenings and conferences around the globe; training high-performing graduate and undergraduate students each year in the areas of impact investing, social enterprise, and social impact and innovation through rigorous academic coursework on the University of Utah campus; sponsoring and mentoring 50 student interns per year with intensive, real-world work experience and meaningful global travel opportunities; designing and offering world-class executive education series in the programmatic areas of focus for the Sorenson Impact Center for audiences of professional investors, foundation staff, government officials, and nonprofit leaders; and publishing high-quality, research-based articles, book chapters, blog posts, and other content that contributes to the overall understanding of the drivers of social and environmental challenges and some of the more promising and innovative solutions to address them.

The Director of the Sorenson Impact Center has a unique opportunity and responsibility to continue to build the profile of the Sorenson Impact Center; to diligently lead and execute the client-based work of the Sorenson Impact Center with investors, governments, foundations, and nonprofits; and to raise operating funds and fee-based revenues to support both the programmatic and field-building work of the Sorenson Impact Center, including research & publications, convenings, student internship programs, academic curricula, etc.

Responsibilities:

1. Personnel and Program Management of the Sorenson Impact Center
2. Budget Oversight of the Sorenson Impact Center
3. Financial and Operational Oversight and Compliance with University and Federal Grant Policies and Procedures
4. Developing and Maintaining Key Partnerships with Public and Private Agencies
5. Ensuring Student Educational Program is transformational
6. Securing and Maintaining Funding Partnerships
7. Domestic and International travel
8. Public Speaking on topics mentioned in the Program Summary
9. Provides strategic direction for assigned units by setting short and long-term goals, planning and implementing special projects and policies.
10. Maintains effective control of the unit’s budget while ensuring that funds are used to meet the goals and mission of the university and department.
11. Directs special interdisciplinary projects having impact on the overall operation and strategic direction of the department including developing strategies consistent with the Universities continuous quality improvement program.
12. Ensures competency of unit management/supervisory staff through on-going staff performance evaluation.
13. Markets and promotes new and existing programs and services to internal and external customers.
14. Facilitates cooperative and collaborative community and institutional relationships.

Requirements:

QUALIFICATIONS: Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration, or related area, or equivalency; nine years of progressively more responsible management experience; and demonstrated leadership, staff management, and effective communications skills required. Master’s degree in Business Administration, or related Area preferred.

PREFERENCES:

  • The ideal candidate will have at least a Master’s degree with a Ph.D. in a related field preferred. The candidate should have expertise in the fields of public policy, impact investing, public-private partnership, social enterprise, and/or, pay for performance. While significant financial experience is not required, the candidate will be engaged in innovative financial structuring and advanced financial and data management, therefore strong finance skills are encouraged.
  • The ideal candidate will have demonstrated leadership and managerial experience, as well as the ability to manage and comply with both University and Federal grant administration procedures. Prior experience working with a variety of government agencies is preferred. Previous work experience in an academic environment is not required; however, demonstrated skills in student engagement, teaching, publishing, research and thought leadership will be favorably considered.
  • The ideal candidate will have a proven track record of experience in program development and fundraising for research and development, topic specific issue items as well as client facing engagements in both the for-profit and non-profit sectors.
  • 'The ideal candidate will have a history of public speaking on impact measurement, policy and data analysis, private impact investing and/or government relations.

Compensation:

Negotiable- Depending on Experience. Strong benefit package including tuition reduction program, generous leave accrual, retirement and health plan options.

How to Apply:

PLEASE APPLY ONLINE THROUGH THE UNIVERSITY OF UTAH SYSTEM TO BE CONSIDERED FOR THIS JOB: http://utah.peopleadmin.com/postings/73128

EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY

The University of Utah is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity employer. Upon request, reasonable accommodations in the application process will be provided to individuals with disabilities. Please contact the Office of Equal Opportunity and Affirmative Action, 201 S. Presidents Cr., Rm 135, (801) 581-8365 (V/TDD), for further information or to request an accommodation. The University of Utah is committed to diversity in its workforce. Women and minorities are encouraged to apply.

0518 Commercial Loan Intern SELF-HELP CREDIT UNION
DURHAM, NC
Job Function: Finance
Posted: February 7, 2018

Background:

Position:  0518 Commercial Loan Intern
Team: Commercial Lending
Location: Durham, NC
Dates: 05/29/18 - 08/03/18
Desired Major(s): Public Policy, Economics, Business Management
Education Level: Undergraduate or Graduate (preferred)

The Organization:

Self-Help is a leading national community development financial institution (CDFI) headquartered in Durham, NC. Founded in 1980, Self-Help has provided over $7 billion in financing to 131,000 families, individuals and businesses underserved by traditional financial institutions. It helps drive economic development and strengthen communities by financing hundreds of homebuyers each year, as well as nonprofits, child care centers, community health facilities, public charter schools, and residential and commercial real estate projects. The Self-Help family of non-profit organizations includes North Carolina’s Self-Help Credit Union, Self-Help Federal Credit Union, Self-Help Ventures Fund and the Center for Responsible Lending, a national policy and advocacy organization addressing abusive lending practices. Through its credit union network, Self-Help serves over 129,000 people in North Carolina, California, Chicago and Florida and offers a full range of financial products and services. Learn more at www.self-help.orgwww.self-helpfcu.org and www.responsiblelending.org.

Position Summary:

Internship Program:

Self-Help/CRL offers a 10 week summer internship program that is designed to give students valuable experience in a professional setting while broadening their knowledge of Community Development Financial Institutions (CDFI’s).  Along with each specific intern project, the intern will participate in a series of brownbag lunches to learn more about Self-Help and the Community Development industry as a whole.  Interns will also be given the opportunity to network with one another and other Self-Helpers through a variety of planned events.

Internship Description:

Assist team in refining business lending program and outreach, with a particular focus on Eastern North Carolina and African-American-owned businesses.

 

Responsibilities:

Essential Responsibilities:

  • Lead meetings or focus groups in Eastern NC to determine needs and issues businesses face when seeking financing. 
  • Work with the Commercial Team and Self-Help’s Credit Union branches in Eastern NC to develop a strategy to build and maintain local Commercial Lending relationships.
  • Develop recommendations for a marketing strategy, including what works best for different audiences (paper, digital, articles in newsletters, etc.)

Minimum Qualifications:

  • Strong research and writing skills; ability to communicate orally with diverse populations; ability to collate information into recommendations

Desired Qualifications:

  • Understanding of finance industry and lending

Physical Requirements:

Frequently requires use of manual dexterity and repetitive motions, primarily with the wrists, hands, and/or fingers.  Must be able to occasionally lift and exert force of up to 10 pounds.

Requirements:

Frequently requires use of manual dexterity and repetitive motions, primarily with the wrists, hands, and/or fingers.  Must be able to occasionally lift and exert force of up to 10 pounds.

 

Compensation:

Competitive nonprofit salary

 

How to Apply:

Please submit a thoughtful cover letter describing why you are interested in this internship and a resume to internships@self-help.org with the internship title as the subject by February 26, 2018.
Self-Help is committed to providing equal employment opportunities to all persons regardless of race, color, class, age, gender, religion, disability that can be accommodated, marital status, ancestry, nationality, family status or sexual orientation.

 

0418-Public Policy Intern Self-Help Credit Union
Durham, NC, NC
Job Function: Advocacy/Policy
Posted: February 7, 2018

Background:

Self-Help is a leading national community development financial institution (CDFI) headquartered in Durham, NC. Founded in 1980, Self-Help has provided over $7 billion in financing to 131,000 families, individuals and businesses underserved by traditional financial institutions. It helps drive economic development and strengthen communities by financing hundreds of homebuyers each year, as well as nonprofits, child care centers, community health facilities, public charter schools, and residential and commercial real estate projects. The Self-Help family of non-profit organizations includes North Carolina’s Self-Help Credit Union, Self-Help Federal Credit Union, Self-Help Ventures Fund and the Center for Responsible Lending, a national policy and advocacy organization addressing abusive lending practices. Through its credit union network, Self-Help serves over 129,000 people in North Carolina, California, Chicago and Florida and offers a full range of financial products and services. Learn more at www.self-help.org, www.self-helpfcu.org and www.responsiblelending.org.

 

Position Summary:

Internship Program:

Self-Help/CRL offers a 10 week summer internship program that is designed to give students valuable experience in a professional setting while broadening their knowledge of Community Development Financial Institutions (CDFI’s).  Along with each specific intern project, the intern will participate in a series of brownbag lunches to learn more about Self-Help and the Community Development industry as a whole.  Interns will also be given the opportunity to network with one another and other Self-Helpers through a variety of planned events.

Internship Description:

The public policy intern will join the policy team in their work on the Healthy and Equitable Food Systems Capital Initiative. The main goal of the initiative is to increase capital access for food enterprises, ranging from farmers, to food processors, distributors and hubs, and to grocers serving low-income families, through development of partnerships and policy. The intern will assist the team with research to build support for federal policy initiatives. Possible research topics include: 

  • Analysis of Farm Credit System structure and revenue 
  • Analysis of Farm Credit System grant program availability and trends 
  • Economic impact analysis of Federal Home Loan Bank’s Affordable Housing Program 
  • Comparison of financing available with Farm Credit System and USDA’s Farm Service Agency

Essential Responsibilities:

  • Assist the Food System Policy Team with essential research 
  • Assist with ongoing outreach and network development 
  • Assist with coordination of regional stakeholder events 

Minimum Qualifications:

  • Be enrolled in an undergraduate degree related to public policy 
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Office 
  • Ability to work independently and on an inter-disciplinary team
  • Familiarity with Community Development Financial Institutions (CDFI) 
  • Interest in rural or agricultural economic development
  • Fundamental understanding of the implications of structural racism on accumulation of family wealth

Desired Qualifications:

  • Experience with economic impact analysis 
  • Experience with conducting literature reviews 
  • Experience analyzing gray literature 

Physical Requirements:

Frequently requires use of manual dexterity and repetitive motions, primarily with the wrists, hands, and/or fingers.  Must be able to occasionally lift and exert force of up to 10 pounds.

Compensation:  

Competitive nonprofit salary

Responsibilities:

Minimum Qualifications:

  • Be enrolled in an undergraduate degree related to public policy 
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Office 
  • Ability to work independently and on an inter-disciplinary team
  • Familiarity with Community Development Financial Institutions (CDFI) 
  • Interest in rural or agricultural economic development
  • Fundamental understanding of the implications of structural racism on accumulation of family wealth

Desired Qualifications:

  • Experience with economic impact analysis 
  • Experience with conducting literature reviews 
  • Experience analyzing gray literature 

Physical Requirements:

Frequently requires use of manual dexterity and repetitive motions, primarily with the wrists, hands, and/or fingers.  Must be able to occasionally lift and exert force of up to 10 pounds.

Requirements:

Frequently requires use of manual dexterity and repetitive motions, primarily with the wrists, hands, and/or fingers.  Must be able to occasionally lift and exert force of up to 10 pounds.

 

Compensation:

Competitive nonprofit salary

 

How to Apply:

Please submit a thoughtful cover letter describing why you are interested in this internship and a resume to internships@self-help.org with the internship title as the subject by February 26, 2018.
Self-Help is committed to providing equal employment opportunities to all persons regardless of race, color, class, age, gender, religion, disability that can be accommodated, marital status, ancestry, nationality, family status or sexual orientation.

 

Loan Portfolio Manager Corporation for Supportive Housing (CSH)
New York, NY
Job Function: Lending/Loan Operations
Posted: February 6, 2018

Background:

For over 25 years, CSH has been a game-changer for the most vulnerable people in our country:

  • Helping communities create 200,000 homes for individuals and families who did not have one;
  • Bringing hope to thousands who thought they would live on the streets or reside in institutions forever; 
  • Ensuring not only a stable home for each, but access to the services that brought healthcare, recovery and training to their doorsteps; 

Position Summary:

Working for CSH:

If you have a desire to make a difference for people and families we have a place for you. Not only has CSH proven supportive housing works and does change the lives of individuals facing acute disabilities, complex medical and mental conditions, substance use disorders and economic barriers, we have done so while creating a family of nationally recognized experts who stay committed to our organization and mission throughout their careers. We attract talented professionals, offer competitive salaries with benefits, generous family leave and PTO, and fully embrace the philosophy that a sustainable work-life balance is desirable and achievable. With the aim of attracting good people who possess the confidence and drive to get the job done, CSH is now accepting applications for a Loan Portfolio Manager in our Finance Team. The Finance Team is an integral part of CSH focusing on efficiency, accuracy and transparency of business support services.

The Position:

The Corporation for Supportive Housing is seeking an enthusiastic, results-oriented individual. The Portfolio Manager will be responsible for developing analyses, forecasting, and transactional and portfolio reporting while also performing the day-to-day activities related to managing and closing loans. Reporting directly to the Chief Financial Officer, this position is located in CSH’s New York Office.  

Responsibilities:

Loan Administration and Closing

  • Review financial transactions and terms for accuracy, compliance and completeness. Input transactions into and maintain loan system, monitor ongoing compliance and manage performance dates.
  • Collect, review and analysis of reporting requirements related to each financial transaction throughout the entire life-span of a loan, from approval to close.
  • Work with internal partners (lenders, legal team and finance staff) to proactively address compliance issues, address required modifications a loan or grants terms and conditions and problem solve issues that arise during the course of loan administration and closings.

Reporting   

  • Implement and oversee loan and portfolio reporting, including regular status reports.
  • Prepare and ensure timely reporting to investors, the CDFI fund and other internal and external stakeholders.
  • Support and collaborate with Fund Development, Community Investment Team, Executive Staff and other internal stakeholders on preparing and analyzing reports as needed. 

Compliance

  • Respond to any CDFI Fund requests that may arise (FA/CMF), and pull staff in to address as needed.
  • Participate in training of new staff people on reporting compliance process and systems.
  • Prepare information for monthly Loan Portfolio Monitor Committee and lead discussions on Loan Portfolio Quality.
  • Oversee on-going review of borrowers for adjustments to Loan Loss Reserve based on risk factors

Financial Analysis and Management

  • Provide necessary schedules and information to maintain accuracy of information in the general ledger regarding above activities. Assist the CFO in assessing the efficiency and effectiveness of CSH’s current systems and procedures for handling all the responsibilities outlined above.
  • Recommend modifications to policies, procedures or risk rating methods to improve risk identification and mitigation. 
  • Other duties or special projects as directed by the Chief Financial Officer.

Requirements:

REQUIREMENTS/ QUALIFICATIONS

  • Three to five years of experience in loans or accounts receivable management and administration highly desirable.
  • A BS in business or economics highly desirable. 
  • Analytical, with an ability to identify and resolve problems.
  • Ability to capture, synthesize and present information in report form.
  • Ability to meet the needs of internal and external customers by delivering high quality service. 
  • Experience with reporting utilizing multiple databases, statistics and experience using a range of quantitatively-based analytical methods. 
  • Ability to clearly communicate both orally and in writing
  • Proficient with spreadsheets, standard office automation applications and relational database structures. 
  • Familiarity with MS Dynamics or other complex accounting systems a plus
  • Proficient with loan administration software platforms, preferably The Exceptional Assistant (TEA) 

Compensation:

Commensurate with Experience

How to Apply:

Interested in joining our team as a leader in the national supportive housing movement?

To Apply: Candidates should apply by clicking on the link below. All candidates should attach their Resume, Cover Letter and Salary Expectations as one Microsoft Word or PDF document.

https://csh.csod.com/ats/careersite/jobdetails.aspx?site=1&c=csh&id=59&source=3

CSH is proud that it always has been and always will be an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Data Development Lead PolicyMap
Philadelphia, PA
Job Function: Research and Analytics
Posted: February 5, 2018

Background:

PolicyMap is a national online mapping tool and platform that enables government, commercial, non-profit and academic institutions to access data about communities and markets across the US. It is used for research, market studies, business planning, site selection, grant applications and impact analysis.  We offer access to the PolicyMap tool through subscriptions and enterprise access, license the underlying data in our platform and help organizations and companies bring interactive mapping to their own websites.  Launched in 2008, PolicyMap now has hundreds of customers, including federal, state and local government agencies, major universities, non-profit organizations, and commercial firms spanning real estate, banking and health care.  PolicyMap is a Benefit Corporation founded on the belief that data has the power to change communities and markets.  The problem is that getting that information is not simple or efficient. Data and analytics need to be reliable, consistent, and relevant. They need to be readily accessible. And they need to be responsive to the issues public and civic organizations are trying to understand. Changes in technology and the expansion of online mapping applications are creating new opportunities for the public and civic sectors to increase their ability to use and share good data and analytics to inform decisions.

 

Position Summary:

PolicyMap seeks a Data Development Lead to manage the Data Development Team within the Data and Content Development Department by crafting and implementing the Data Development strategy through the creation of new data and analytics, the maintenance of existing data and the support of new data partnerships for the expansion of PolicyMap’s reach and knowledge base.  The Data Development Lead will be responsible for managing and maintaining all aspects of the data development strategy, including brand exposure, and will work in a coordinative role with the Content Marketing Team to ensure consistency of data production and messaging.  He/she will report to the Vice President of Data and Content Development to implement overall data development direction.  As a leader within the Data and Content Development department, the Data Development Lead will regularly brief the PolicyMap senior team on all new data development and strategy evaluation.  

The Data Development Lead manages the Data Development Team by creating and overseeing the creation of new, unique data indicators derived from the combination of public and proprietary data using rigorous statistical methods.  The Data Development Lead is also responsible for ensuring the maintenance of existing datasets on PolicyMap.  Essential to the position is the capacity to contribute meaningfully to PolicyMap’s role as a thought leader in data and mapping by bringing fresh, relevant ideas to our blog, social media and Mapchats webinar series.

Reporting to the Vice President of Data and Content Development, the Data Development Lead manages and implements the data development pipeline using MS SQL Server Management Studio, MS Access and ArcGIS.  He/she needs to have strong writing, project management, and team management skills.

The Data and Content Development department prizes attention to detail; enthusiasm for our products and our clients are core values.  We work well independently, and we take ownership of our individual workloads, while leveraging the strengths of all our team members through collaboration. The 6-person Data and Content Development department is agile, creative, and uses the best tools and approaches at hand for each task.  PolicyMap’s office in Midtown Village provides a casual-dress work environment that matches our creative, collaborative culture.

Responsibilities:

Data Strategy Implementation

  • Create, implement and maintain all aspects of a data development strategy for review by the PolicyMap senior team
  • Create original, unique data and analytics new to PolicyMap
  • Manage Data Development Team of data analysts
  • Ensure and implement the collection, processing and documentation of our datasets using SQL, MS Access and ArcGIS
  • Author documentation of process and dataset indicators
  • Communicate with Tech Team to ensure data appears properly in PolicyMap
  • Coordinate with Content Marketing Lead to ensure Data Development and Content Marketing efforts are aligned
  • Provide validation and quality assurance of datasets 
  • Validate team members’ datasets

Thought Leadership

  • Brainstorm ideas and contribute to PolicyMap’s social media efforts, blog articles and Mapchats webinar series related to current policy topics
  • Identify researchers at aligned organizations and universities to jointly pursue data development
  • Propose and present at conferences with partners to illuminate PolicyMap’s data development thought leadership

Other

  • Participate in occasionally testing beta versions of new features
  • Coordinate data development with Data Services Lead, as necessary

Requirements:

EDUCATION, EXPERIENCE AND QUALIFICATIONS:

To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily.  The requirements below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required.  Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.  

  • Master’s Degree or Doctorate of Philosophy in urban planning, public policy, health services research, economics, public health, anthropology, sociology, demography or other related fields
  • Eight years’ commensurate work experience required
  • Demonstrated proficiency and experience required with GIS (ArcGIS), SQL and MS Access; one or more statistical software programs (SPSS, SAS, R) a plus
  • Experience using federal data, such as U.S. Census and Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS)
  • Familiarity with current public policy issues and community development concerns
  • Proven organizational skills and attention to detailExcellent technical and compositional writing skills
  • Strong project management skills
  • Excellent team leadership skills

COMPETENCIES:           

To perform the job successfully, an individual should demonstrate the following competencies:

  • Ownership/Accountability – Actively manages work and issues through to completion.
  • Customer Service – Understands and manages customer expectations.
  • Initiative – Anticipates and communicates challenges and opportunities.
  • Commitment – Demonstrates sense of passion and urgency for work, mission and organization.
  • Adaptability – Sees opportunity and risk for continuous improvement.
  • Efficiency and Productivity – Determines priorities and allocates time and focus accordingly.
  • Professional/Technical Expertise – Understands and applies technical/procedural knowledge of job.

Compensation:

N/A

How to Apply:

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Elizabeth Nash
Vice President, Data and Content Development
PolicyMap
1315 Walnut Street, Suite 1500
Philadelphia, PA 19107
elizabeth.nash@policymap.com

PolicyMap, Inc. uses E-Verify to validate all new hires’ ability to legally work in the United States. PolicyMap, Inc. is an Equal Opportunity Employer.  PolicyMap, Inc. does not discriminate in hiring or employment practices on the basis of race, color, religion, gender, age, sexual orientation, marital or familial status, national origin, non-job related disability, or status as a veteran.  Minority candidates are encouraged to apply.

Loan & Program Analyst San Francisco Housing Accelerator Fund
San Francisco, CA
Job Function: Lending/Loan Operations
Posted: February 2, 2018

Background:

The San Francisco Affordable Housing Accelerator Fund (SFHAF) is an innovative public-private partnership that leverages private capital to help the City of San Francisco keep working class families in their current homes, acquire land for new affordable housing developments, and secure long-term stability and affordability. Established in 2016 in collaboration with the SF Mayor’s Office of Housing and Community Development, the Fund has already closed on six loans that will preserve existing homes and produce new housing, and has several more projects in the pipeline. We are also managing several partnerships to support affordable housing production and preservation. 

Position Summary:

SFHAF is looking to expand its small, but growing team with a Loan & Program Analyst who’s excited to help manage our expanding loan portfolio and internal finances, and also to jump in on a range of “start up” related office management tasks and other policy and administrative work as needed. This role is based in San Francisco. We are open to discussing a structured part-time or full-time position depending on the candidate.

Responsibilities:

  • Support the Executive Director in the management of the Fund’s fiscal operations
  • Oversee the documentation, closing, servicing, and disbursing of loans, working closely with the Fund’s Loan & Portfolio Associate
  • Reviewing and processing borrower draw requests, and ensuring compliance with the Fund’s Loan Manual, working closely with the Fund’s Loan & Portfolio Associate and Construction Management Representative.
  • Manage accounts receivable / payables on a monthly basis including vendor invoicing and payment
  • Work with the Fund’s 3rd party fiscal managers
  • Serve as a primary point of contact for existing portfolio borrowers
  • Work closely with SFHAF’s legal team on loan documentation and form documents
  • Manage office and organizational needs (such as office space rental, technology and systems management, google drive and paper filing systems)
  • On a limited basis, support team to manage conference and event participation, team professional development opportunities, scheduling, and meeting coordination

Requirements:

  • Responsibilities / As SFHAF’s first Loan & Program Analyst, you would...
  • Support the Executive Director in the management of the Fund’s fiscal operations
  • Oversee the documentation, closing, servicing, and disbursing of loans, working closely with the Fund’s Loan & Portfolio Associate
  • Reviewing and processing borrower draw requests, and ensuring compliance with the Fund’s Loan Manual, working closely with the Fund’s Loan & Portfolio Associate and Construction Management Representative.
  • Manage accounts receivable / payables on a monthly basis including vendor invoicing and payment
  • Work with the Fund’s 3rd party fiscal managers
  • Serve as a primary point of contact for existing portfolio borrowers
  • Work closely with SFHAF’s legal team on loan documentation and form documents
  • Manage office and organizational needs (such as office space rental, technology and systems management, google drive and paper filing systems)
  • On a limited basis, support team to manage conference and event participation, team professional development opportunities, scheduling, and meeting coordination

 

Additional Considerations / You’d be a great fit for this role if you are...

  • An excellent communicator
  • Resourceful / self-starter
  • Comfortable working in a startup-like environment
  • Highly detail-oriented

Compensation:

Competitive based on experience.

How to Apply:

Please send your resume and a cover letter detailing your relevant experience and interest in the job to Abby Murray (abby@sfhaf.org). Applications will be considered on a rolling basis.

Loan Officer Leviticus Fund
Tarrytown, NY
Job Function: Lending/Loan Operations
Posted: February 2, 2018

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.  The Fund supports transformative solutions to serve low-income and vulnerable people by combining flexible capital from social impact investors and contributors with knowledge-sharing to create sustainable and affordable communities.

Leviticus carries out its work by providing 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.

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 projects providing access to healthy food in underserved areas.  All projects we support aim to improve communities and the lives of their low-income residents.

The Leviticus Fund is an Equal Opportunity Employer, and is committed to building a culturally diverse staff and strongly encourages applications from female and minority candidates.  Travel is required but will primarily be local in nature, mostly in the New York metropolitan area.  Applicants must have a valid driver’s license.

The position is available immediately, and is based in Leviticus’ Tarrytown, NY office, though flexibility may be considered for finalist candidates.  

Position Summary:

Leviticus has an opening for a new, full time Loan Officer position.  The Loan Officer will have a variety of responsibilities, including business development, lending program/product development, initial loan feasibility assessment, and loan underwriting.  The Loan Officer will work closely with the Executive Director and Senior Loan Officer and play a key role in growing Leviticus's community development finance work.

The position will be focused on serving communities in the New York metropolitan area, particularly the Hudson Valley, New York City, Long Island, and eastern Connecticut cities.  The position requires a willingness to travel and develop a deep knowledge of underserved communities in the region.

The ideal candidate will have a demonstrated interest in assisting disadvantaged communities and low-income people, and the skills to build new relationships and communicate effectively and enthusiastically about the value Leviticus adds to community development projects.

Reports to: Executive Director

Status: Full-Time

Responsibilities:

The Loan Officer will:

Business and Program Development

  • Develop Leviticus’ presence in New York metropolitan areas with the goal of understanding local needs and developing new relationships and collaborating with local nonprofit community development organizations, local housing agencies, and other community 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 maintaining communication with existing borrowers, managing relationships with existing borrowers and developing relationships with potential borrowers.
  • Consistently provide technical assistance to nonprofit and for-profit organizations serving low-income communities, including connecting them with external resources that might help them address local needs.
  • 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.

Underwriting and Relationship Management

  • Respond to loan inquiries; explore loan feasibility and structure.
  • Underwrite financing requests in a timely manner and within lending guidelines, and work with borrowers through all stages of the financing process.
  • Present proposals to the Loan Committee and support the drafting of commitment letters and loan documents.
  • Assist in loan portfolio monitoring, and underwrite loan amendments and loan workouts when needed.
  • Engage actively with nonprofit partners, seeking to understand their circumstances, challenges, expectations and needs, and suggesting financing solutions to meet those needs.
  • Develop and maintain knowledge of key sectors by attending conferences, actively networking with nonprofit partners and other Community Development Financial Institutions (CDFIs).
  • Adhere to a strong culture of clear, detailed, service-oriented communication with organizations we are assisting or who are interested in our assistance, as well as to all Leviticus staff, board and committee members, lending partners, and individuals.

Requirements:

  • Bachelor's degree required; Master's degree in business, finance, public administration, or related field preferred.
  • A minimum of 5 years' experience in community development real estate finance, including lending and underwriting, demonstrating a good knowledge of community development financial institutions and community development lending practices.
  • Strong knowledge of loan structuring, underwriting, lending laws and regulations, including solid financial analysis skills and familiarity with nonprofit accounting and housing and community facility subsidy programs.
  • Consistent proactivity in identifying, researching, reaching out to, and cultivating relationships with nonprofit organizations that might need Leviticus’ assistance. 
  • Demonstrated success in building, managing, and deepening individual and organizational relationships, and strong interpersonal and communication skills, both written and verbal.
  • Sound time management and organizational skills, with an ability to coordinate complex activities and prioritize conflicting demands and deadlines.
  • Results-oriented with the ability to independently track and carry out responsibilities, and independently meet deadlines (once job duties are understood and mastered).
  • Outstanding attention to detail and the ability to work on and complete multiple tasks. 
  • An openness to learning new skills and systems, a desire to develop new program approaches in response to poverty issues, and a proactive approach to building his/her skill-sets.
  • Ability to creatively see connections between new or expanded lending and program needs within communities and linking those to new lending ideas and potential new funding sources for Leviticus.
  • 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.
  • Ability and willingness to travel within the New York City metropolitan region.
  • Ability and enthusiasm to work well in a small environment, with Leviticus staff and meet with applicants, borrowers, and stakeholders.
  • Comfort with Leviticus’ faith-based origin and membership, which animates our work.

Compensation:

The position offers a competitive salary and generous benefits.

How to Apply:

Please email a resume and cover letter (in MS Word format), outlining how your skills and experience meet the qualifications of the position and stating how you heard about this opportunity, to gmaher@leviticusfund.org no later than February 28, 2018.

Development Officer Leviticus Fund
Tarrytown, NY
Job Function: Fundraising
Posted: February 2, 2018

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.  The Fund supports transformative solutions to serve low-income and vulnerable people by combining flexible capital from social impact investors and contributors with knowledge-sharing to create sustainable and affordable communities.

We do this by providing flexible financing and technical assistance to support nonprofit organizations primarily in New York, New Jersey, Connecticut who are developing real estate that creates or preserves affordable housing, including housing with supportive services for those with special needs; child care and early learning centers; community health centers; charter public schools; and projects providing access to healthy food in underserved areas.  All projects we support aim to improve communities and the lives of low-income residents.  Leviticus has an eight person staff and is located in Tarrytown, NY.

The Leviticus Fund is an Equal Opportunity Employer, and is committed to building a culturally diverse staff and strongly encourages applications from female and minority candidates.

The position is available immediately, and is based in Leviticus’ Tarrytown, NY office, though flexibility may be considered for finalist candidates.

Position Summary:

The Development Officer, which is a new position within the Leviticus Fund, will have a range of responsibilities, all aimed at increasing operating grant resources by attracting new sources and expanding the commitments of existing funders, and bringing in additional member and associate debt resources, into the organization to support our work.  The position requires independent initiative and regular face-to-face meetings outside the office, primarily in the New York City metropolitan area.  It also requires an organized approach, high emotional intelligence, strong writing skills, a passion for our work and the ability to effectively communicate that passion and stir it within others.

Reports to: Executive Director

Status: Full-Time

Responsibilities:

The Development Officer will have duties that support the central goal of bringing new resources into the Leviticus Fund.  The primary duties of the Development Officer will be:

  1. Independently and actively identifying new potential providers of grants to Leviticus on an ongoing basis.  This includes doing research on potential providers and outreach via in-person meetings, attending conferences, attending networking events, internet research, writing emails and making phone calls. 
  2. Build and cultivate relationships with (i) potential providers of new grants to Leviticus and (ii) existing providers of grants to secure grant increases.  The Development Officer will also maintain existing relationships through continuity of contact and communication.
  3. In consultation with the Executive Director, develop appropriate strategies to creatively approach funders, write and submit grant proposals and ultimately secure new operating grant funds from multiple providers, including:
    • Bank Foundations
    • Private Foundations
    • Community and Family Foundations
    • Corporations 
    • Government sources
    • Individuals (donations)
  4. Achieve annual fundraising goals from existing grantors and new grantors (distinct goals for each), including renewal and new applications submitted and approved.
  5. Conduct active, ongoing research and outreach to existing and new religious communities and other 501(c)(3) nonprofits that are, or might become, member investors in Leviticus.  This includes:
    • Developing and executing a membership expansion plan
    • Developing outreach schedule and plan
    • Carrying out research in coordination with Executive Director
    • Setting up one-on-one meetings for the Executive Director with key contacts at potential religious community investors
    • Attending annual gatherings of the Leadership Conference of Women Religious and Resource Center for Religious Institutes
  6. Carry out associate investor stewardship and expansion through active, ongoing research and outreach to existing and potentially new associate investors.  This includes:
    • Developing and executing an associate expansion plan
    • Developing outreach schedule and plan
    • Identifying faith-affiliated corporations and churches to approach
    • Identifying strategies and consider organizing small- to medium-sized gatherings to attract new individual associate investors

Requirements:

Qualifications

Education

  • Minimum of a Bachelor’s Degree is required.

Work Experience

  • At least five years of experience working in a development capacity or fundraising capacity preferred.

Skills/Attributes

  • Broad, active curiosity with strong interest in ongoing learning about community development, including CDFIs and the roles they play.
  • Ability to creatively see alignment between new or expanded lending and program activities emerging at the Leviticus Fund and related funder priorities.
  • Consistent proactivity in identifying, researching, reaching out to, and cultivating potential providers of new resources and in “thinking outside the box” in where those sources could be and how they might be approached.
  • Positive and personable nature with strong emotional intelligence, effective external communication skills, cooperative attitude, and an ability to work well with a variety of personalities.
  • Excellent writing skills.
  • Excitement about consistently meeting and engaging new people.
  • Ability to independently track and carry out responsibilities, and independently meet deadlines (once job duties are understood and mastered).
  • Outstanding attention to detail and the ability to work on and complete multiple tasks. 

Travel is required but will primarily be local in nature, mostly in the New York metropolitan area.  Applicants must have a valid driver’s license.

Compensation:

The Leviticus Fund offers a competitive salary and generous benefits.

How to Apply:

Please email a resume and cover letter (in MS Word format), outlining how your skills and experience meet the qualifications of the position and stating how you heard about this opportunity, to gmaher@leviticusfund.org no later than February 28, 2018.

DIRECTOR OF FINANCE AND ADMINISTRATION NOAH -- Network for Oregon Affordable Housing
Portland, OR
Job Function: Finance
Posted: February 1, 2018

Background:

Network for Oregon Affordable Housing (NOAH) is a mission-driven lender working to solve Oregon’s housing affordability crisis.  NOAH provides an array of multi-family loan products including permanent loans, pre-development loans, and interim bridge loans, as well as providing technical assistance to borrowers to increase and preserve the supply of affordable housing in Oregon. Since its beginning, NOAH has funded over $316 million in loans for over 260 properties and more than 9,800 units, leveraging more than $1.28 billion in total project capital.  NOAH’s current loan portfolio currently exceeds $120 million.

NOAH was formed in 1990 as a statewide nonprofit corporation to increase the supply of affordable housing. NOAH is a federally certified Community Development Financial Institution (CDFI) with a long history of delivering financial and programmatic solutions that support development of affordable housing to enhance Oregon’s livability.  NOAH has a staff of 11 employees and a 13-member Board of Directors.  

NOAH is committed to developing a diverse staff.  We are an Equal Opportunity Employer. Minorities and women are encouraged to apply.

Position Summary:

The Director of Finance & Administration will be responsible for the oversight of the organization’s finance, accounting, information technology, and human resources.  S/he will be responsible for enhancing and developing NOAH’s financial systems to address current and future needs of the organization, monitoring business plan results, and assuring financial and reporting compliance to public, philanthropic and private partners.

The Director of Finance & Administration reports to the Executive Director and will supervise a staff of two.  S/he will work closely with the Executive Director and the Director of Lending to execute NOAH’s strategic plan and general operations.  The Director of Finance and Administration will be the primary liaison to the Audit Committee of the Board of Directors and will present financial information to the Board of Directors at its meetings.

The ideal candidate:

  • has a demonstrated history of success in similar positions and/or organizations;
  • enjoys working with a team of mission-driven professionals and is more concerned with the outcome than personal accolades;
  • thrives on finding solutions to difficult problems and breaking new ground in a dynamic business sector.

Responsibilities:

Responsibilities

  • Lead and strategically manage all aspects of NOAH’s financial activities.
  • Oversee all accounting functions and systems to ensure accurate and timely financial reporting.
  • Prepare, interpret, and communicate monthly, quarterly and annual financial statements.
  • Prepare management, committee, board, and external reports to investors, lenders and philanthropic partners.  Ensure they are timely and accurate.  
  • Manage financial policies and procedures to maximize efficiency while maintaining strong internal controls. 
  • Prepare and manage annual operating budgets for NOAH, including affiliate and program specific budget requirements.
  • Manage NOAH’s varied and increasingly complex loan capital resources to assure lending liquidity and NOAH funder repayment capacity.  Communicate loan capital status weekly or more frequently if necessary to the Executive Director and Director of Lending.
  • Monitor operational results against strategic plan goals. 
  • Support or lead applications for funding from public, private and philanthropic sources, including both lending and program resources.
  • Ensure legal and regulatory compliance regarding all financial and business functions.
  • Provide timely responses to information requests from funders, regulators and management.
  • Direct, manage, and support the preparation and issuance of NOAH’s audit, tax returns and 990 reports.
  • Working with the Executive Director, negotiate and close debt instruments to maximize opportunities; lead funding renewals.
  • Manage all NOAH corporate insurance coverage to mitigate organizational risk and comply with funder requirements.  
  • Manage professional services contracts and vendor relationships.  
  • Oversee NOAH’s loan servicing platform and servicing functions, ensuring timely and accurate loan processing, data input, and report generation.  Integrity of the system is critical to NOAH’s operations.
  • Work closely with NOAH’s Agent Bank to assure systems between the two organizations remain aligned and accurate.
  • With the Executive Director and Director of Lending, create and maintain dashboard metrics to easily communicate financial, loan capital, and loan portfolio status and production. 
  • Administer payroll and all employee benefits, including working with NOAH’s 401k Third Party Plan Administrator (TPA) to ensure the retirement plan and contributions are in compliance.  
  • Ensure NOAH’s Employee Handbook and policies comply with current best practices and employment law.
  • Oversee IT systems and relationship with IT consultants/providers. 

Requirements:

Qualifications

  • Bachelor’s Degree in accounting or finance, or comparable work experience.  Advanced degree or CPA designation preferred.
  • Ten years of senior level accounting or financial management, including general ledger experience.
  • Proven ability to strategically manage the finances of a company with increasingly complex capital resources.
  • Experience working with non-profits, nonprofit accounting, and Single Audits preferred.
  • Experience working with banks and other financial institutions a strong plus.
  • Supervisory experience; ability to successfully lead, manage and support staff to achieve goals.
  • Successful track record in grants management and reporting.
  • Ability to communicate complex finance and accounting concepts to a wide range of internal and external stakeholders.
  • Experience managing audit coordination for an organization, a division or significant program area.
  • Experience working with information technology staff to manage finance and accounting software packages.
  • Demonstrated strong analytic, organization, and problem-solving skills to support sound decision making.
  • Knowledge of Quickbooks and Enterprise accounting software and excellent Excel skills.
  • Excellent written and spoken communication and relationship building skills.
  • Comfortable multi-tasking and juggling competing priorities.
  • Personal qualities of integrity, honesty and dedication to mission.
  • Knowledge of affordable housing finance highly desirable.

Compensation:

Competitive pay and generous benefits package. Professional development is a priority and we provide financial assistance for training and certifications.

How to Apply:

Please submit a cover letter and resume to:  

Bill Van Vliet, Executive Director

billv@noah-housing.org

 

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