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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

No phone calls please.

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.

Compliance/Bank Secrecy Act Officer

Our Compliance/Bank Secrecy Act (BSA) Officer develops, implements, and administers aspects of our compliance management program. This position provides counsel and recommendations on emerging compliance, regulatory, or risk related matters affecting our conformity and adherence with applicable state and federal laws and regulations. The person in this position also serves as the approved BSA officer, providing organization-wide compliance support by coordinating, updating, monitoring, and maintaining the BSA program.

Director of Investor Relations

Our Director of Investor Relations is primarily responsible for attracting the capital we lend statewide to create and preserve affordable housing, good jobs, quality child care and vital community services. Although more than 75% of our investors are individuals, we also work closely with investment advisors, and seek investments from foundations, financial institutions, corporations, and religious groups. The person in this position will join a seasoned, high-functioning, philanthropy team that uses one-on-one connections, presentations and other events, and online media to create visibility and build and strengthen partnerships on behalf of the Community Loan Fund’s mission.

Grants Management Coordinator

The Grants Management Coordinator provides administrative and analytical support in managing up to 75 USDA grant awards to meat and poultry processors with an emphasis on project budgeting and payments that are compliant with federal regulation. They will be experienced in reading budgets and spreadsheets, demonstrate strong organizational management, and have some familiarity with federal grants. Candidates with demonstrated experience in food systems-related work as well as those with a general understanding of the construction process are preferred.

Writer and Content Producer

The Writer and Content Producer is the marketing team’s lead strategic storyteller. They are responsible for collaborating with internal and external stakeholders to identify, develop, research, write, and edit compelling stories and other communication materials that promote and elevate the Community Loan Fund by inspiring and engaging audiences across a variety of channels. The Writer and Content Producer partners with the marketing and program teams to develop distinctive and intentional messaging that serves the teams’ content strategies, as well as the organization’s fundraising, stewardship, program-growth, policy, and brand-building goals.

Mortgage Loan Originator

The Mortgage Loan Originator (MLO) works with borrowers seeking mortgage loans secured by manufactured homes and other single-family homes and is responsible for seeking potential borrowers, working with applicants to complete loan applications, and analyzing those applications. The MLO also assists with developing new loan products and marketing outreach, as well as identifying new markets for portfolio growth. This role will work closely with the Single-Family Housing team to ensure timely and reliable processing of mortgage loan applications.

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