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Community Development Program Coordinator

HRDC
Bozeman, MT
  • Expired: over a month ago. Applications are no longer accepted.
Job Description: Salary: $22.00-25.50/hour, DOE If you are viewing this job listing from a job posting board (indeed, LinkedIn, etc.) and wish to apply for this position you MUST do so directly through our website (http://hrdc.bamboohr.com/jobs/). If you apply through Indeed or LinkedIn, your application WILL NOT be complete and you will therefore not be considered for the position. HRDC does not discriminate against any person including customers, employees, and applicants for employment on the basis of race, religion, national origin, sex, age, physical or mental disability, gender identity, reprisal, and where applicable, marital status, familial or parental status, sexual orientation, political ideas and beliefs, level of English skills, if all or part of an individual’s income is derived from any public assistance program, or protected genetic information in employment or in any program or activity conducted or funded by HRDC, in the performance of contracts and the delivery of services or funding. Not all prohibited bases will apply to all programs and/or employment activities. Job Opening Date: December 7, 2021 Anticipated Start Date: February 1, 2022 Applications Due: January 15, 2022 Job Status: This is a regular status, full time position (minimum 35 hours/week) Primary Job Location: TBD, open to flexible and/or remote option ( in Montana). While remote option is allowed, on-site training and customer visits will be necessary Wage: $22.00-$25.50/hour, DOE General Summary of Purpose of this Position: As a member of HRDC’s Community Development department, coordinates down-payment assistance and Community Land Trust programming. Originates down payment assistance loans funded by the HOME program, City of Bozeman and other sources and coordinates all compliance, grant administration, and reporting activities. Works with lenders and homeowners to address delinquencies, payoff requests, and reconveyances. Coordinates stewardship activities for HRDC’s Community Land Trust homes, including occupancy reports, CLT fee collection, homeowner engagement, explaining CLT guidelines to prospective owners and facilitating the resale process. Maintains wait lists, qualification and other information for HRDC Land Trusts, City of Bozeman programming, and down-payment assistance programs. Work includes but is not limited to correspondence with customers, lenders, and partners, reporting, data entry, compliance, eligibility determination, and grant administration. Acts as a representative of HRDC throughout the community as directed. Performs other duties as assigned. Specific Duties and Responsibilities: This position has the following duties and responsibilities. They are listed starting with the most important. This listing does not include minor duties which constitute less than 5% of the position’s time unless such duties are significantly important or critical to the success of the position. If the word “essential” appears following the importance it indicates the duty is considered an essential function of this job. (Essential functions are those functions that the employee must be able to perform unaided or with the assistance of a reasonable accommodation. Regular and predictable work schedule and attendance are considered essential functions.) Primary Job Duties and Responsibilities Community Land Trust Stewardship: Maintain accurate CLT records Develop and maintain quarterly outreach with CLT owners to connect owners to post-purchase value-added services, such as HRDC Financial Opportunity Center (FOC) Serve as a point of contact for current and prospective owners Identify trainings, partnerships, and other opportunities to support resident leadership and development Assist homeowners with ground lease questions and provide education regarding lease infractions, working with owners to develop remedies Support owners and HOAs when applicable by providing education regarding owner responsibilities Conduct annual occupancy reporting Conduct quarterly CLT lease billing and follow up with delinquent owners to create payment plans Assist sellers with resale process, including qualification of new buyers and coordination with realtors when applicable Market available CLT opportunities via HRDC website, customer news, and industry partners Identify and develop opportunities to grow HRDC’s CLT through scattered-site purchases and strategic management partnerships Down Payment Assistance Program Coordination: Process down payment assistance services as referred by local lenders and HRDC’s Homeownership Center (HOC) Work with customer files from application to close-out to ensure accuracy, completeness, and compliance with funding requirements Respond to inquiries from potential customers and referrals from HOC Prepare loan documents for lender, customer and title company, and effectively communicate with all parties to complete transaction Develop and maintain a knowledge of HOME, City of Bozeman and other program guidelines and apply them appropriately within the loan process Communicate directly and maintain a positive relationship with HRDC HOC, Montana Housing, City of Bozeman, lenders, realtors and other partners Coordinate reporting and grant administration activities as outlined by funding source, including but not limited to draws and occupancy reports Process payoff requests, subordination requests, and release documents Disseminate information regarding projects and programs both internally and externally Community Development Program Administration: Manage qualified pool for HRDC and City of Bozeman and respond to inquiries Work in partnership with HOC and FOC to ensure customers are receiving information most applicable to their ownership readiness and goals Maintain current, accurate information regarding DPA and CLT programming and Community Development activities on HRDC website Produce monthly, quarterly and annual reports as required by funders Participate as active member of Community Development team to address customer and partner inquiries Ensure that all applicants have equitable access to service through implementation and coordination of departmental and organizational Language Access Policy Develop and maintain list of bilingual lenders, realtors and other professionals to support potential homeowners Knowledge Skills and Abilities Language Skills: Ability to read, interpret, and implement documents such as governmental regulations, rules, procedure manuals, financial reports, legal documents, grants, and present findings to supervisor Ability to analyze and interpret complex and sensitive information. Bilingual English/Spanish preferred. Mathematical/ Money Handling Skills: Calculate figures and amounts applying concepts of advanced algebra. Reasoning Ability: Ability to interpret a variety of instructions furnished in written, oral, diagram, or schedule form Ability to define problems, collect data, establish facts, and draw valid conclusions Specialized Office Equipment: Operate standard office equipment, including but not limited to printers, scanners and personal computers. Computer Software and Operating Systems/Computer Skills: Utilize computer spreadsheet to create files, input, format and edit data and save, print, or transmit data Utilize computer word processing to create documents, input, format, and edit documents and save, print, or transmit documents Utilize computer databases to create files, input, format, and edit data and save, print or transmit data Utilize computer internet/e-mail to access, send, retrieve, save, print or transmit documents or data files Utilize Microsoft Office Suite: Demonstrate proficiency Experience with Salesforce or equivalent program desired. Specialized Tools (Non-Computer): Not applicable Agency, Professional or Governmental Policies and Regulations: State or federal regulations or laws (List by Name): US Dept. of Housing (multiple programs), MT State Code Annotated, CFR, Dept. of HHS, MT Dept. Of Commerce (multiple programs), USDA RD (multiple programs) Agency policies or procedures (List by Name): All HRDC policies & procedures Specialized professional or industry guidelines/standards: Lending and Underwriting Criteria, Fair Housing, Accessibility, HUD Section 8, Housing Quality Standards, City Zoning and Regulatory Documents. Driver’s licenses required for performing this position: Montana Class D Driver License and insurance acceptable to our insurer Professional licenses or certifications required by law, rule or regulation for performing this position: All State and Federal certifications required per funding sources must be obtained within 6 months of requirement. Failure to obtain certification can result in termination of employment. Licenses or certifications that would be useful but are not required: None Other required knowledge, skills or abilities: Ability to effectively work and communicate with co-workers and clients Ability to work with minimal supervision and effectively manage workflow Ability to respond effectively to the most sensitive inquiries or complaints from customers or claimants Ability to create and develop spreadsheets, prepare reports with graphics, charts and tables Ability to present self and organization in a positive and professional manner Ability to effectively perform duties with a thorough knowledge of agency goals, objectives, projects, and services Ability to prepare and present clear and accurate reports in a timely manner Ability to ensure complete and accurate documentation is maintained Demonstrate knowledge of community resources and partners Knowledge of or an ability to learn about a wide variety of financing products and programs Demonstrate an ability to work independently Demonstrated ability to collect, assemble and analyze a variety of data Education and Experience: A

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