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Low Income Investment Fund
The Loan Officer position focuses on healthy food through the Low Income Investment Fund's New York Healthy Food and Healthy Communities Fund (also known as the "Food Fund"). The Loan Officer is responsible for underwriting acquisition, predevelopment, construction, and term loans in an effort to develop food retail in low access areas. The Low Income Investment Fund starts accepting applications on July 9th 2012 and the deadline is August 31st 2012.
The Loan Officer is expected to work on a professional level as well as report to the Managing Director. He/she will support senior loan officers, work closely on loan closings, and work on asset management. The position requires a high degree of self-motivation, dedication, creativity, and performance as well as flexibility with time, travel, and project options.
Education requirements include a 4-year college degree as well as experience in finance, urban planning, public policy, and business administration. The owner's area of focus is community development.
How TO APPLY:
Send forward cover letter (including salary expectation and history) with a resume to:
Human Resources Low Income Investment Fund 100 Pine Street, #1800, San Francisco, CA 94111
E-mail address: firstname.lastname@example.org Fax: 415-772-9095
The Low Income Investment Fund (LIIF) is a non-profit community development financial institution. Its headquarters are located in San Francisco with offices in Los Angeles, Washington D.C. and New York City. LIIF's goal is to bridge private capital markets and low-income neighborhoods.