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.
CDBA member Urban Partnership Bank has several open positions:
The senior compliance specialist performs a variety of critical monitoring functions related to regulatory consumer protection, the Community Reinvestment Act and fair lending regulations. This position ensures ongoing compliance with established policies, procedures and government regulations.
The finance specialist will provide accounting assistance for new or complex transactions across all lines of business, including commercial banking, retail, treasury, credit and loan workout. In addition, this role will help ensure accounting controls and procedures are followed and are consistent with industry standards.
City First Enterprises, the CDFI holding company of CDBA Member City First Bank of D.C., seeks a controller. The controller will perform high-level accounting functions including budget development, oversight, month-end transaction processing, monthly financial report preparation, cash flow planning and outside audit facilitation. This position reports to the president and the executive vice president.
The CDFI Fund is seeking a CDFI manager to oversee the CDFI and Native Initiatives Program. This position will develop policies and manage all aspects of the CDFI and Native Initiatives Program. The manager will also coach, train, and supervise associate program managers and staff.
CDBA member Sunrise Banks seeks a credit analyst to provide detailed historical, pro-forma and sensitivity analysis and support to loan officers on new and existing commercial and industrial loans, commercial real estate and personal loans. This position maintains loan and bank credit file documentation to ensure compliance with bank loan policy and regulatory requirements.
CDBA member Southern Bancorp seeks a director of public policy to develop and public policy efforts focused on family economic security, community development financial services and other issues that impact economic opportunities in rural America. The director is responsible for researching, writing and disseminating policy papers, posts and briefs in collaboration with policy team and for supervising the staff's policy advocacy activities.
CDBA member Sunrise Banks seeks a commercial loan officer to interview, assess and analyze prospective loan clients. This position establishes new business loans and deposit prospects, granting new loans according to bank guidelines and establishing the terms under which credit will be granted.
CDBA member City National Bank of New Jersey has several open positions:
The business services officer is responsible for maintaining the bank's Padgett Business Services franchise and providing clients with business tax and advisory services. This position maintains the bank's commercial client base, assesses clients' business needs and establishes small business relationships.
The portfolio manager is responsible for overall asset management and reporting for a portfolio of loans that supports the development of housing, community facilities, small businesses and faith based institutions. The portfolio manager also supports underwriting and business development in strengthening relationships with clients.
The credit/portfolio analyst assists officers with the bank's loan activity. This position develops and analyzes credit information pertaining to C&I and Consumer loans, prepares loan approval memorandums, maintains control over credit requirements and obtains and furnishes information relative to credit inquiries.
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 chief of strategic initiatives is responsible for analyzing the most promising new initiatives in order to enhance TRF's business lines. This position manages a research and development fund to support the initiatives and approval process. This role includes developing and coordinating the requisite financial, talent and stakeholder inputs for a new initiative to succeed while ensuring that all new initiatives match the key themes and assumptions of TRF’s strategic plan.