We're growing our staff to respond to the needs of New Hampshire's people, businesses, and communities.
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To apply, please submit a resume and cover letter by email or by mail to New Hampshire Community Loan Fund, 7 Wall St., Concord, N.H. 03301
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The Community Loan Fund prohibits discrimination on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, religion, age, disability, marital or family status, and is an equal opportunity employer. Follow our Facebook page, where we post all openings.
The Asset Quality Director assists the Finance team and the ROC-NH and Business and Community lending teams in managing the loan portfolio with active servicing, reporting, and monitoring for healthy performance. This position minimizes portfolio risks by coordinating the cross-departmental credit-quality team’s policies and procedures, systems, and people, as well as overseeing loan servicing, modification requests, and workouts. They ensure that all lending programs operate consistently and ethically within our values and mission, as well as in compliance with government regulation, industry standards, and generally accepted accounting principles.
Are you experienced in federal grants management and passionate about changing our country’s food system to support sustainability, opportunity, and equity? The Grants Management Analyst will implement Phase II of the USDA Rural Development's Meat and Poultry Processing Expansion Program, which makes grants to add capacity at independent meat processing businesses across the country.
UPDATE: We have taken a pause from accepting applications for this position due to the volume we have received, so we can take time to fairly evaluate each submission.
The Special Projects Manager will function as the project manager for new and innovative projects the Community Loan Fund is exploring and implementing. This position will act as a key integrator connecting across teams and as a communicator with the broader organization to help structure and streamline the evaluation and implementation of projects.
If you are an energetic, roll-up-your-sleeves person who thrives on facilitating projects from feasibility to completion, this is the job for you. ROC-NH’s Community Projects Specialist provides information and assistance to resident-owned manufactured-home communities (ROCs) with infrastructure, renewable energy, energy efficiency, and community-wide weatherization efforts.
Do you flourish while helping people achieve their goals by building their professional and personal skills? In this job you will support and strengthen people’s growth by providing training and education to members of resident-owned manufactured-home communities (ROCs), both as individuals and in groups. You will be on the forefront of helping ROC cooperatives achieve their goals while fostering empowerment, community spirit, and self-sufficiency.
Do you thrive while helping people overcome obstacles and reach their goals? Our ROC-NH team helps historically underserved communities achieve long-term housing stability. The person in this role helps homeowners who wish to purchase and operate their manufactured-home parks as cooperative resident-owned communities (ROCs). From negotiating the commercial real estate purchase, to adding value through strong relationships and cooperative solutions, you will find meaningful work.