Director, Capital Markets Campaign
The National Community Reinvestment was formed in 1990 by national, regional and local organizations to develop and harness the collective energies of community reinvestment organizations from across the county to increase the flow of private capital into traditionally underserved communities. NCRC has grown into an association of more than 600 community-based organizations that promote access to financial service sector products and services in order to create and sustain affordable housing, job development and vibrant communities for America's working families.
NCRC's vision is for a nation where all people, regardless of class or race, have the same opportunity to build wealth, be upwardly mobile, and realize their full potential. It is a vision of a more democratic society through the creation of a fairer and more equal economic and financial services system.
The Director, Capital Markets Campaign (DCMC) works with the President and CEO to manage the Capital Markets Collaborative Council (CMCC), a forum for discussion between Capital Markets Entities (CMEs) and Community Leaders of NCRC. The CMCC is designed to support an open but confidential dialogue that results in increased investments and ideas to serve low and moderate income (LMI) and minority, women and veteran-owned small businesses.
The Director will engage and manage NCRC's Capital Markets Campaign to build an effective collboration between NCRC and Capital Markets Entities (CMEs). The ultimate goal is to increase CMEs' delivery of capital to low and moderate-income neighborhoods, including minority, women, and veteran-owned businesses. Success will require a systemic understanding of current impediments to this kind of investment and a strategic approach to creating a win/win whereby CMEs are motivated to participate in this funding collaboration.
- Bachelor's degree or higher (preferred) in Finance, Economics or related analytical field
- 5+ years employment within a Capital Markets Entity
- Experience in loan securitization structuring and sales
- Familiarity with small and medium enterprise (SME) financings
- Demonstrated experience in managing projects for CMEs
- Capacity to interact successfully with senior CME professionals, which requires exemplary professional presence, poise, and credibility, as well as capacity to converse in their vernacular
- Related techincal skills, including valuation and market analysis
- Excellent writing, presentation and marketing skills
- Research capacity, with focus on the factors that contribute to the success or failure of similar investments
- Good knowledge of regulatory requirements related to CME investments
- Demonstrated interest and commitment to assisting minorities, women, veterans or LMI populations (specialized knowledge related to one or more of these populations preferred)
- Mastery of standard office computing software, including Microsoft Office suite, including Word, Power Point, Ecel, and Adobe suite
- Comfort interacting in diverse environments
- Passion for the mission of NCRC
- Ability to work both collaboratively and independently
- Excellent analytical, project management and problem-solving skills
- Political astuteness
- Discretion/ability to maintain confidential information
- Excellent computer skills including database management, Microsoft Office Suite and related software
- Commitment to diversity and inclusion
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