CDFI Bank Spring Bank seeks a commercial loan closer. This position's primary function is to create complete loan packages and to ensure compliance with the bank's credit policy and SBA lending requirements. In order to carry out this function, the incumbent is expected to carry out due diligence, prepare legal files, facilitate the booking of the transaction and act as liaison between various departments.
The CFPB seeks a project support and impact specialist tasked with developing and executing an impact plan to increase the financial capability and improve outcomes for economically vulnerable and low-income consumers. This position also must identify and establish relationships with community organizations, non-profits, educational institutions and other Federal agencies to identify areas for collaboration and achieve scale.
CDBA member Sunrise Banks seeks a commercial loan officer. This position is responsible for servicing and maintaining a portfolio of commercial loan accounts of various types. The loan officer is expected to interview, assess and analyze prospective loan clients, establishing new business loans and deposit prospects while granting new loans according to bank guidelines and loan policy.
The CDFI Fund seeks a compliance and certification officer responsible for monitoring the compliance of CDFIs and Community Development Entities (CDEs) with allocation and assistance agreements. This position also accepts, reviews and renders determinations for certification applications.
CDBA member Bank2 seeks a mortgage account executive responsible for outreach to current and prospective correspondent clients. This role is responsible for training correspondent clients, monitoring their sales and recertifying them annually. The mortgage account executive also acts as a primary contact for bank customers.
CDBA member Sunrise Banks has several open positions.
The fraud and identity theft coordinator is responsible for ensuring compliance of Sunrise Banks’ fraud program. This position reports the fraud risks for all customer access devices including checks, ACH, ATM/Debit cards and online banking. This includes monitoring alerts from card services software, fraud/kite manager software and management of case tracker alerts through EFT for ATM/debit card transactions.
The third party risk analyst will assist the third party risk manager and other specialists in order to maintain the bank’s third party risk management program. Responsibilities include data entry, completing due diligence packets and assembling ongoing reports. This position also engages in issue and remediation tracking and ongoing communication with relationship managers.
CDBA Member Virginia Community Capital has several open positions.
The senior loan officer is responsible for developing and maintaining strong relationships with borrowers and managing relationships with participants in the broader housing industry. This position acts as the principal account manager for new and existing customers.
The small business lender will implement VCC’s lending programs for small businesses. The lender will assess credit needs in the market, recommend products or credit enhancements to respond to the capital needs and be responsible for the sale and closing of the products.
CDBA member Southern Bancorp seeks a loan operations specialist responsible for a range of loan operations duties required to service the bank’s loan portfolio. This position is responsible for the uploading of all loans, extensions and renewals and performing loan maintenance.
The National Initiatives Division of NeighborWorks America seeks a senior financial manager to provide key leadership in the management, planning, analysis, coordination, administration, oversight and reporting of budget planning activities to ensure that they are closely aligned with the division’s and NeighborWorks America’s strategic priorities.
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.