Nonprofit Catholic investment fund Mercy Partnership Fund seeks a director. The director is responsible for the management of the fund, including identifying borrowers, structuring, closing investments, establishing effective relationships with multiple stakeholders and assisting Mercy Investment Services deploy its social impact capital in innovative ways that address the mission of the Sisters of Mercy.
The director of impact strategy is responsible for leading the development of social impact strategy and is responsible for the design, planning, development, tracking and collection of impact metrics and outcomes across lending and technical assistance teams.
(Arlington, Va. or Oakland, Calif.)
The portfolio loan officers are responsible for ongoing review and monitoring of loans and customers within Capital Impact’s portfolio, generally with an emphasis on community facilities. These positions are responsible for day-to-day customer support, annual site visits and problem resolution.
The senior loan officer represents Capital Impact Partners in its lending activities and in originating new loan transactions in the Detroit market. This role contributes to loan production goals by identifying lending opportunities and originating new loans and structuring complex loan transactions.
The business development officer is responsible for developing and implementing strategies to originate loans in the marketplace, representing Capital Impact in its lending activities and originating new loan transactions within their market.
The loan servicing specialist is responsible for ongoing servicing activities including booking new loans, setting up tax and escrow accounts, customer support and compliance.
CDFI network Opportunity Finance Network seeks an SVP, small business initiatives responsible for delivering project management, strategic planning and implementation leadership for an initiative focused on educating small business owners about predatory lending and creating demand for responsible alternative lenders. The position is responsible for overall leadership of the project, providing general oversight, staff/contractor direction and day-to-day management.
Central Payments, the prepaid card division of CDBA member Central Bank of Kansas City, seeks a director/manager of compliance responsible for maintaining a thorough compliance policy. This position reviews new policies and proposed changes from across the organization to ensure that any associated compliance risks are properly managed. This role will also manage the bank’s compliance review, oversight and auditing programs.
Nonprofit Finance Fund (NFF) is seeking a full-time director of underwriting. The director of underwriting plays a central role in the growth and expansion of NFF’s financing business. The director has the primary responsibility of ensuring that NFF remains a leading underwriter of high impact transactions across sectors, industries and geographies.
CDBA member Urban Partnership Bank seeks a manager of compliance to manage regulatory requirements of the Bank Secrecy Act, the Patriot Act and the Office of Foreign Assets Control and Anti-Money Laundering. Responsibilities also include functions related to consumer compliance and CRA. The incumbent will serve as the Bank Secrecy Act Officer and work closely with the operations and IT departments to coordinate the program.
CDBA member Carver Federal Savings Bank seeks an underwriter/credit analyst, AVP to underwrite commercial and commercial real estate loans. This position is responsible for reviewing loan packages, interpreting credit quality information, conducting complex financial analyses and preparing narrative analyses for approval.
CDBA Member Albina Community Bank is seeking a credit analyst to analyze financial data, prepare initial credit analysis, assess portfolio credit quality, and assist with ongoing financial analysis of existing lending relationships. This position works to prepare credit approval packages with the chief credit officer, commercial lenders, relationship managers and special assets.
CDBA member Sunrise Banks seeks a compliance analyst. The compliance analyst is responsible for monitoring the bank’s activities relating primarily to compliance and Bank Secrecy Act/Anti-Money Laundering. The incumbent is responsible for monitoring prepaid card programs, national lending products and tax programs. This position ensures the business and its third parties conduct their operations in compliance with applicable rules, regulations and business requirements.
The CDFI Fund seeks a financial analyst to review applications for grants, loans, tax credits, services and technical assistance from CDFIs and Community Development Entities. This position provides outreach, advice and technical assistance on CDFI Fund programs to awardees, industry representatives and other stakeholders. The financial analyst also performs award reviews and providing funding concurrence.