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Georgia Community Loan Fund--Job Announcement
Loan Program Director
Full Time Salaried Position
$40,000 for a minimum of 40 hours a week plus benefits.
The Georgia Community Loan Fund Program Director will be responsible
for creating the infrastructure for the access to capital program of the
Loan Fund. This will include taking investments, evaluating projects and
technical assistance needs, handling the communication and coordination of
the Loan Committee, and making staff recommendations for investments and
loans. In addition, the Loan Program Director will be responsible for
fundraising and marketing in conjunction with other programs and staff of
the Loan Fund.
The Georgia Community Loan Fund fosters equity in Georgia's communities.
The Loan Fund provides loans, grants, and technical assistance to community
groups who do not have access to traditional sources of capital,
particularly groups in rural, low-income, and/or minority communities
working on affordable housing and other environmentally and economically
sustainable community development projects.
To apply please send resume or cv via email to firstname.lastname@example.org , fax to
706-613-0143 or mail to Georgia Community Loan Fund, P.O. Box 1922, Athens,
GA 30603 ATTN: Personnel Committee. Please send by July 25, 2007.
Creating policies and procedures for accepting investments
Creating underwriting policies and procedures for loans
Promoting the Loan Fund access to capital program to potential investors and
Evaluate loan applicants and present projects to loan committee
Process and track loan repayment
Process and track investments and repayment of those investments
Prepare and present program related reports to board and loan committee
Coordinate meetings with board and loan committee
Secure grants and funding for the access to capital program
Other responsibilities as assigned
The first year of this position would entail staff time being spent in the
50% Fundraising (which includes raising investments and operational funds,
37% Loan Infrastructure
13% Program Implementation
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