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.
CDBA member Virginia Community Capital seeks a chief risk officer focusing heavily on credit risk and administration. This position reports directly to the CEO and will help lead the organization through analysis of potential risk areas while working with other managers to manage risk. The chief risk officer is responsible for the enterprise-wide oversight of risk. Credit review, portfolio analysis and outsourced internal audits are also managed through this position.
CDBA member Carver Federal Savings Bank has several open positions.
The product sales manager is responsible for leadership and day-to-day management of Carver Community Cash, a product line which provides financial services to consumers who are cash-based transactors. Carver Community Cash includes check cashing, bill payment, money transfer, money orders, and reloadable debit cards.
The senior operations manager has direct oversight for branch and loan operations, leading the design, implementation and improvement of vendor management, facilities management and project management for core operating systems. This role also re-engineers processes and work flows, documents procedures and ensures compliance with regulatory requirements.
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 Carver Federal Savings Bank seeks an AVP/commercial lender to organize quality and profitable commercial business loans. This position is responsible for developing new-to-bank business relationships and achieving lending goals by actively leveraging a book of business relations and building partnerships with the retail bank team. The incumbent will also execute loan transactions, including preparing credit proposals, monitoring compliance issues and managing loan closings.
CDBA member Virginia Community Capital has several open positions.
The senior loan officer is responsible for developing and maintaining strong relationships with borrowers, providing quality customer service and acting as the principal account manager for new and existing customers. The senior loan officer also pursues new client leads and is responsible for business development, credit analysis, underwriting and proper loan structuring.
The portfolio analyst assists in the oversight of the loan portfolio. The incumbent will be primarily responsible for helping to service the existing loan portfolio in areas such as construction loan and line of credit draw management, exceptions resolution and annual reviews. This individual will report directly to the portfolio manager.
The Federal Reserve Bank of Boston seeks an SVP regional and community outreach. This position is a member of the bank’s Executive Committee, participating in the formulation of the bank’s overall policy while leading the Regional and Community Outreach Department's planning and implementation. This role is at the highest level on Federal Reserve System projects and serves as the bank’s community affairs officer.
CDBA member BankPlus seeks a legal department manager to train, counsel and evaluate department employees. The incumbent will lead meetings and render administrative assistance to the bank's general and legal counsel. The department manager prepares legal correspondence, processes subpoenas, ensures the log of all legal actions are accurate and ensures legal counsel is briefed on information needing review and disposition.
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.
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.