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The Program Director is primarily responsible for developing contacts, relationships, partnerships and operating processes and procedures to ensure compliance of Home Ownership Center (HOC) programs.
Tasks & Essential Functions:
Pursue partnerships and relationships to expand Financial Capabilities services
Pursue employer partnerships and relationships to expand IDA programs
Develop processes and procedures to ensure compliance with all relevant funding and oversight requirements.
Conduct periodic program operations audits for compliance
Develop internal control measures and tools to simplify the compliance process
Monitor programs to identify operations risks and make corrections as needed
Other duties as assigned to meet or exceed organizational goals.
Become familiar with:
◦ The various loan types and products
◦ Policies and procedures for structuring home loans
◦ Program requirements and guidelines
◦ Basic lending underwriting
Provide one-on-one counseling services for prospective buyers.
Assist clients with credit building.
Assist in determining housing affordability.
Excellent written and oral communication skills
Detail oriented -- to ensure timely completion of reports, billing and other supporting documents
Be self-motivated and work independently with the ability to handle multiple tasks
Ability to successfully interact with strategic potential partners who have no knowledge of HOC
Ability to interpret data and identify priority focus
Ability to synthesize data and create/assist with presentation preparation for both internal and external distribution
Ability to determine best method to deliver the data in a timely and easily understood manner
Deductive Reasoning - The ability to apply general rules to specific problems to produce appropriate response
Enhance knowledge and skill base by participating in continuing education offered by NeighborWorks Training Institutions and others
Professional interpersonal skills
Effective liaison between HOC and community partners
Attention to detail and pride in a job well done
Values continuing professional development
Experience and Education:
BS/BA Preferred in a related field
Experience with community outreach work and activities
This position requires the physical capacity to sit or stand for long periods of time, be mobile and operate a computer. The employee must be able to travel independently to meetings. The employee must occasionally lift and/or move materials up to 35 pounds or operate customary office equipment used to safely move heavier loads. Employee must be able to withstand occasional and temporary exposure to non-toxic levels of environmental irritants (ex: dust, perfume, noise).
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