Business Analyst

The Business Analyst is an entry level, career track position. It will provide support to the NC Finance and Portfolio Management Teams. The Business Analyst is responsible for loan administration and portfolio reporting, support for ongoing portfolio management, and assisting with improvement to systems. In addition, the Business Analyst will perform financial statement analysis for NC, support the development and monitoring of the budget, assist with financial forecasting and modeling. The Analyst will gather and input data, analyze information, prepare and send reports, develop reporting tools, review data accuracy, and collaborate with business teams. The position requires strong organizational skills, proactive communication internally and externally, ability to meet deadlines, ability to build rapport with borrowers via phone and email, a strong penchant for accuracy, and financial analysis to succeed in meeting the diverse financing needs of the community-based nonprofit developers in the NeighborWorks Network.

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Underwriting Analyst

The Underwriting Analyst is responsible for supporting NeighborWorks Capital’s loan officers in evaluating, underwriting, and presenting new loan opportunities by obtaining loan application materials from potential borrowers; reviewing and analyzing financing statements, property operations, and development plans; updating internal information systems; and drafting sections of credit memoranda for approval authorities. The Underwriting Analyst reports to the Chief Lending Officer and provides information to the CLO, CEO and senior management team, Loan Committee, and Board of Directors.

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Portfolio Manager

The Portfolio Manager has responsibility for managing the loans after closing, including loan monitoring, completing annual reviews, analyzing any changes in the borrower or project, proactively identifying early warning signs of trouble and implementing risk mitigation strategies, completing extension requests and modifications prior to maturity date, and recommending risk ratings. The Portfolio Manager reports to the Chief Portfolio Officer and works with both the Lending and Finance teams. S/he identifies existing and potential risks and makes risk management recommendations, maintains all data systems containing information related to loans in the portfolio, and provides reports to CEO, CFO, CLO, the Board, and funders.

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