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CDBA Member Urban Partnership Bank seeks to fill several open positions.

Portfolio Analyst

The portfolio analyst is responsible for the ongoing monitoring of a portfolio of loan accounts. This position is expected to give periodic presentations to management, including reporting on financial statement analysis, compliance with loan covenants and assessments of credit risk in the portfolio.

Business Banker

The business banker is responsible for generating new loan volume, underwriting, closing and servicing a business banking loan portfolio. Bankers are ultimately responsible for achieving and maintaining a deep understanding of the client, the client’s business, the client’s reputation and their future needs.

Loan Analyst

The loan analyst is responsible for the foreclosure and loan closing functions for an assigned portfolio of accounts within the special assets division. This role oversees all parts of the loan closing process and works with outside vendors and counsel to ensure special assets files are acted upon properly. The loan analyst also assists with due diligence and loan servicing.

CDBA Member City First Bank of D.C. has several open positions.

Director, Impact & Strategic Partnerships

The director of impact and strategic partnerships will expand City First’s capacity to measure and enhance the positive social, economic and environmental impact of its investments, deposits and lending efforts. This position is responsible for building the stature and reputation of City First in the depositor, community development and investor communities.

 

Relationship Manager – Commercial

The commercial relationship manager is responsible for soliciting new business and managing customer relationships of the bank’s small business and not-for-profit customers and prospects. The relationship manager will develop business geared toward growth in new customer relationships and expanding customer relationships.

The Treasury Department seeks a new CDFI Fund Director. This position must effectively manage people, resources, risks and changing or conflicting priorities in order to accomplish the CDFI Fund's mission. Major responsibilities include: reviewing current operations, recommending program options, promoting community development lending activities on behalf of Treasury, and managing the day-to-day and long term operations of the CDFI Fund. This includes directing studies related to the community lending, evaluating legislative proposals affecting CDFI programs, responding to a wide-range of complex inquiries and supervising the work of the staff.

The Native CDFI Network seeks an executive director responsible for the overall success of the organization in its service to members. The executive director represents the organization to public- and private-sector funders, partners and allies. This role also prepares and manages the operating plan and budget consistent with the strategic plan approved by a volunteer board of directors selected by members.

Partners for the Common Good, a certified CDFI, seeks a chief lending and credit officer responsible for overseeing PCG’s lending and loan participation initiatives. This role plays a key role in cultivating institutional investor participants and new lending partners. The chief lending and credit officer's responsibilities include underwriting new transactions, monitoring, administering portfolio composition and meeting strategic plan goals.

CDBA member Beneficial State Bank has several open positions.

Credit Analyst

Credit analysts support the business banking and commercial real estate lending teams in the origination and servicing of credit relationships. They are responsible for underwriting all credit requests and analyzing the repayment capacity of customers. Additionally, they support the monitoring of borrower compliance with approved terms.

Portfolio Manager

The portfolio manager is responsible for the administrative management of the specific assigned lending relationships of commercial and SBA loan portfolios. The administrative management of the account includes ensuring that compliance and covenant information is up to date and complete within credit files and ensuring clear communication with the borrower.

 

The director, government relations serves as Opportunity Finance Network’s liaison to federal policy makers, representing the organization’s positions on issues impacting CDFIs. The director represents Opportunity Finance Network with national policy coalitions and other ally organizations and cooperates as part of the Public Policy team to implement policy communications with members.

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