Nonprofit Finance Fund (NFF) has a number of exciting employment opportunities available and is currently recruiting for a Closing Specialist in NFF’s headquarters in NY.
As a critical member of a close-working and growing team of professionals, the Closing Specialist provides critical support to a team of lenders throughout the enterprise in the preparation of commercial loan documentation and perfection of security interests.
Please visit our website to view the job description for the Closing Specialist and other employment opportunities: http://nonprofitfinancefund.org/about-nff/employment-opportunities Applications are accepted online.
As one of the nation’s leading community development financial institutions (CDFI), Nonprofit Finance Fund® (NFF) provides millions of dollars in loans to nonprofits and is instrumental in advocating for fundamental improvement in how money is used in the sector. Since 1980, we’ve worked to connect money to mission effectively so that nonprofits can keep doing what they do so well.
NFF provides a continuum of financing, consulting, and advocacy services to nonprofits and funders nationwide. Our services are designed to help nonprofits plan for and adapt to changing financial circumstances — in both good and bad economic times — and grow and innovate when they are ready. In addition to term loans and lines of credit for a variety of purposes, NFF organizes financial training workshops, performs business analyses, and provides customized, one-on-one consulting to meet the unique financial needs of clients. For funders, NFF provides support with the structuring of philanthropic capital and program-related investments, manages capital for guided investment in programs, and provides advice and research to help maximize the impact of grants.
Since its founding, NFF has lent over $235 million to more than 700 nonprofits, and leveraged $1.3 billion of capital investment on behalf of its clients. In partnership with others, NFF has generated $16 million for nonprofits for building reserves, cash reserves and endowments through its multi-year asset-building service, Building for the Future (BFF). NFF has provided $1.2 million in loan guarantees, $10.3 million in 9/11 recovery grants, about $13 million in capital grants, and $2 million in planning grants. NFF was one of the first national community development financial institutions (CDFI) accredited by the CDFI Assessment and Ratings System (CARS) and has consistently received ratings of Triple A – 2.
More information on Nonprofit Finance Fund is available on our website: www.nonprofitfinancefund.org