NeighborWorks America: Working Together For Stronger Communities
Purpose of Division:
The National Initiatives Division is comprised of multiple program areas that focus on progressive research and program development to support and enhance the critical lines of business of NeighborWorks organizations in homeownership, real estate and neighborhood development, and community building and engagement.
Within the National Initiatives Division, the National Homeownership Program and Lending (NHPL) Team is responsible for supporting the NeighborWorks of America network’s financial capability activities. For NeighborWorks* America (NeighborWorks), financial capability means the continuum of programs that begin, include, and go beyond basic financial education and counseling to support low- and moderate-income consumers in achieving their financial goals through financial coaching and related supports to positively influence financial behavior and resilience.
The Manager, Financial Capability will work closely with the Senior Manager, Financial Capability and members of the training, evaluation, and data teams to help raise the visibility, scale and impact of our Financial Capability Program. He/she will help plan and execute key program management tasks and coordinate closely with colleagues, partners and consultants in the following primary program areas of responsibility: oversight and coordination of NeighborWorks financial capability program; data collection, analysis and reporting; program assessment; grant administration; provision of technical assistance based on proven delivery models and existing program infrastructure; facilitating peer sharing/learning; and developing/maintaining external relationships with peer and research organizations.
NOTE: The ideal candidate will be based in Washington, DC. Qualified internal/external candidates outside of the Washington, DC area located in Atlanta, Kansas City, Denver, CO, Boston, MA and New York, NY are encouraged to apply as working in one of our Regional Offices is also an option. 100% remote option available for qualified candidates outside of DC and our Regional offices will be strongly considered as well.
Nature of Work Contacts: Will work closely with peers across all divisions through NeighborWorks America, including training, Success Measures (program evaluation), real estate, public relations and field operations. Will also work with lead financial capability staff at NeighborWorks Organizations, research organizations, and external partners.Fiscal Responsibilities: None.
Required Minimum Qualifications:(a) Education: Bachelor’s degree required, preferably in planning, community development, business, finance, public policy. Master’s Degree preferred
(c) Licenses, Certifications: N/A(d) Competencies, Knowledge, Skills & Abilities:
(e) NeighborWorks America Staff are expected to demonstrate excellence in the following:
Preferred Qualifications: Graduate degree, preferably in planning, community development, law, business, finance, public policy.Working Conditions:(a) Travel: 20% - 25% time(b) Physical/Sensory Demands: Fast paced working environment, extensive computer usage.
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