The Compliance & Impact Reporting Coordinator will develop and implement the processes and controls needed to ensure accurate and timely tracking and reporting of the organization’s compliance with the financial standards, covenanted conditions and other performance reporting required by funders, governmental entities, investors, the Board and its committees, other parties as requested/required. This position also plays a lead role in the development and implementation of processes and controls needed to collect and report the company’s performance impact data resulting from its lending, program administration and technical services activities, and maintains and operates a software-based performance impact calculator that weighs lending risk versus impact for use in C4C’s loan underwriting and other management needs. Overall, this performance data will guide lending, program and service delivery strategies toward pursuing Board-approved performance Ends (i.e. goals) and other social impact goals that are aligned with C4C’s mission.
The Communications and Information Systems Specialist will coordinate public relations and publicity for C4C, enhance the organization’s web presence, direct social media efforts, manage communications with contracted IT support staff, and maintain both internal and external communications frameworks.
Reporting to the President & CEO, the Director of Finance supervises the Finance Department and is the lead financial spokesperson of this $100 million, values-driven Community Development Financial Institution (CDFI). Through dynamic and hands-on involvement, this position works collaboratively with Senior Management on strategic and tactical matters, focusing on all aspects of financial planning, capitalization, and process management and the controls needed to ensure the financial health of the organization.
Capital for Change (C4C) is the largest full-service Community Development Financial Institution (CDFI) in Connecticut offering capital solutions that create and sustain lasting positive change for low-income communities by broadening social and economic participation and encouraging economic growth and environmental sustainability. We champion projects of all kinds with an approach that one size does not fit all, enabling us to create high impact products and programs that create and preserve affordable housing, increase energy efficiency, finance mixed-use development, and assist nonprofit organizations.
The Executive Assistant reports to and provides high-level administrative support for the organization’s CEO. The role assists the CEO with daily administrative needs including scheduling, administrative processing and organization, communications, supporting the Board of Directors, facilitating senior management communications, and initiating or assisting with special projects. The overarching purpose of the Executive Assistant position is to encourage optimal impact of CEO time and resources to support effective achievement of CEO’s goals.