Analyst, Deutsche Bank

Deutsche Bank is seeking to hire a full-time Analyst for the Community Development Finance Group to play an important role providing analytical and operational support for market-based, high impact loans and investments that benefit low- and moderate-income communities and individuals and address emerging community development needs in the U.S, especially in NYC. A successful candidate will be a quick and positive thinking problem solver who can work on various financial transactions with diverse stakeholders.

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Senior Associate of Impact Finance, Sorenson

We're seeking applications for a Senior Associate of Impact Finance to join a growing Impact Finance team working in Pay for Success, Opportunity Zones, community development finance, and other forms of innovative finance. The team is highly collaborative and seeks to develop, pilot and scale new financial structures, models and products that are replicable and scalable in order to grow the impact finance market. We work at the intersection of the needs and requirements of communities, underserved populations, private investment, and public capital. Full-time remote candidates are welcome to apply to either position.

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Underwriter, Leviticus Fund

Under the Director of Lending's guidance, the Loan Underwriter is responsible for reviewing financial data, assessing credit risk, and structuring transactions working in conjunction with the organization's Lending Team. As part of a compact team, the job duties will expand beyond core credit analysis, contributing to periodic portfolio reviews and monitoring the overall credit health of a robust portfolio of affordable housing, commercial real estate, and nonprofit organizational loans. Versatility and flexibility across a broad spectrum of business tasks are essential.

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Underwriter, Low Income Investment Fund

The Underwriter is responsible for conducting due diligence and underwriting for approval loans made to support the development of affordable housing as well as charter schools, health centers, and other community facilities. The Underwriter works closely with the Deputy Director and Loan Officers to obtain credit approval of new loans and also to prescreen potential loans for term sheet offers. As part of the Lending team, the Underwriter supports the achievement of regional and overall Lending work plan goals. [The Underwriter can be in any LIIF office: San Francisco, New York, Washington, DC, Atlanta, or Los Angeles.]

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Director of Housing and Real Estate, Chinese-American Planning Council

The Director of Housing and Real Estate is a member of the Leadership Team and oversees CPC’s affordable housing and real estate portfolio. The Director of Housing and Real Estate ensures the effective strategic, operational, and fiscal management of wholly owned subsidiaries and rental properties. Founded in 1965, the Chinese-American Planning Council, Inc. (CPC) aims to promote the social and economic empowerment of Chinese American, immigrant, and low-income communities. Today, CPC is the nation's largest Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) social services nonprofit organization, serving over 60,000 community members each year through more than 50 programs at over 35 sites throughout New York City.

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Project Manager, Fifth Avenue Committee

The Project Manager will be responsible for a variety of tasks involved in FAC's housing development work, with an initial emphasis on converting two new construction projects containing a total of 209 apartments and approximately 25,000 square feet of community facility space, and then working on new projects as they progress in the pipeline. The Project Manager will report to the Director of Housing Development and will work closely with other members of the Housing Development and Asset and Property Management units to further FAC’s housing development work.

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Executive Director, Joint Ownership Entity New York City (JOE NYC)

The Board of Directors of JOE NYC is seeking a dynamic individual to serve as Executive Director of the organization. We seek a candidate with superior organizational and leadership skills as well as fluency in the world of affordable housing and asset management to assume the reins of this unique collaborative enterprise. 

JOE NYC welcomes applications or nominations of individuals to serve as its next Executive Director. JOE NYC is an Equal Opportunity Employer and encourages applicants of diverse backgrounds, cultures, genders, experiences, abilities, and perspectives to apply. To apply or to nominate a candidate, please send a cover letter and resume, CV, or biographical sketch (if nominating another person) to [email protected].

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Assistant/Associate Project Manager, The Hudson Companies

The selected candidate will work with all members of the Development and Construction teams. Hudson is looking for an individual who is comfortable in an entrepreneurial and hands-on environment while carrying the maturity and organizational skills necessary to add value to the team. The APM will work on a variety of real estate developments. The position is based out of the main office in Union Square.

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Analyst, The Community Outcomes Fund, Maycomb Capital

The Analyst for The Community Outcomes Fund will be primarily responsible for supporting our work to develop Outcomes Financing projects with service providers, cities, counties, and states throughout the country. The role will also include responsibilities related to policy and program research, strategic partnership building, investor relations, investment due diligence and underwriting, and external communications.

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VP Real Estate Development, HELP USA

At HELP USA ( www.helpusa.org), we work to ensure that everyone has a place to call home. We’re one of the nation’s largest homeless services providers and low-income housing developers serving at-risk populations including families, individuals, veterans, survivors of domestic violence, people with physical and mental health challenges and disabilities, and seniors. With an annual operating budget approaching $150 million and 1400 employees working in nearly 60 programs, we have helped over 500,000 people facing homelessness and poverty to build better lives.

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