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Job Summary:

The Asset and Compliance Manager will be responsible for managing a portion of HEDC NM’s portfolio of investments and will report directly to the NMTC Program Manager.  The Manager will be responsible for asset management, compliance monitoring and related reporting to ensure compliance with CDFI Fund and Investor regulations and requirements. The successful candidate must have a solid understanding of the business and particularly the NMTC program, and be able to effectively communicate with senior management staff, investors, QALICB’s, external third party contractors, and regulatory agencies. The successful candidate will be based in NDC’s New York City office. 

Job Responsibilities: 

• Responsible for compliance with CDFI Program requirements, Allocation Agreements, and the IRS including the maintenance of CDE certification status of HEDC NM and all Sub-CDE’s
• Responsible for overseeing multiple relationships within the portfolio including QALICB partners and borrowers, Investor asset managers, leveraged lenders, construction lenders,  third party construction monitors and property managers
• During the closing process oversee the confirmation of Project eligibility including QEI/QLICI/ QALICB status
• Work with Finance team to monitor collection of loan, asset management fee, and priority return payments and take corrective action as directed
• Review relevant project documents including partnership agreements, loan agreements and related documents for compliance and reporting requirements.
• Collect and analyze all required reports for each project including lease up reports, monthly, quarterly, and annual financial reports and audits as required, Insurance updates, compliance recertification’s, and community impact surveys.
• Perform annual site visits and meet with borrowers, investors and others as needed.
• Responsible for capturing, inputting and maintaining data within the asset management compliance reporting database system, and maintenance and completion of compliance related files. 
• Oversee the preparation and review of quarterly and annual investor reports as well as reports to other third parties.
• Assist Senior Management with the preparation of annual NMTC Allocation Application.
• Other duties as assigned.
Qualifications and Skills Needed
• Advanced degree in real estate, finance, business, accounting or related fields. 
• 3-5 years experience in asset management with a real estate development company, banking group, tax credit investor or syndicator, or community development entity  
• Experience with tax credits (LIHTC, HTC, RETC or NMTC) and/or other complex, layered financing programs.  Ability to understand complex financing structures is required. Experience with the NMTC Program a plus.
• Experience with legal agreements and documents required.
• Accounting experience preferred. Knowledge of partnership accounting, real estate terminology and related concepts is desirable.
• Strong computer skills and proficiency with Microsoft Excel required.
• Strong organizational skills, attention to detail and ability to coordinate complex activities and prioritize conflicting demands and deadlines.
• Must be highly motivated, be able to work independently and possess strong written and oral communication skills.
• Must demonstrate strong ethics and professionalism in interpersonal relations and work as an effective collaborative team member.
• Ability to work evening and weekend hours during peak periods.
• Ability to travel

Excellent compensation package.


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Job Summary:
The Director of National Development Council’s (NDC’s) Office of Public Policy Advocacy will oversee NDC’s policy development and advocacy.  He/she will support NDC’s mission to provide economic opportunities and community development for low-income communities throughout the U.S.  Located in Washington D.C., the Director will report to the NDC President in New York City. 

Working with NDC’s senior management team, the Director develops NDC’s public policy positions as well as develops and directs its advocacy agenda for all NDC areas of expertise including community development, community and neighborhood revitalization, economic development, affordable housing, tax-exempt bond financing, small business lending, rural development, renewable energy, historic renovation and tax credits related to these areas. 

As the voice and face of NDC’s policy advocacy, the Director educates and conveys NDC’s policy positions to:  the public-at-large, federal agencies, Congressional staff, state and local agencies and elected officials at all levels. A primary goal of these education and advocacy activities is the maintenance and strengthening of public sector resources that support NDC’s work. The Director also oversees NDC’s Office of Public Policy Advocacy based in Washington DC.

The selected candidate must have experience:



Application Process

The position is open immediately. Candidates from all backgrounds are encouraged to apply no later than June 20, 2014 to:

Gregory Davis
PRM Consulting Group, Inc.
1814 13th Street, NW,
Washington, DC  20009

Electronic submission of materials is strongly encouraged

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