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We work together to deliver community-focused programs and services in the Greater New Haven area that position neighborhoods to succeed.
Our organization focuses on increasing homeownership; providing pre- and post-purchase homebuyer education and financial education; making homes beautiful, energy-efficient, and affordable; and helping residents take charge of their neighborhoods.
Director of Finance
The director of finance will be responsible for the fiscal management, financial planning, and risk management that positions our organization to effectively manage our financial resources. The director of finance will work with the executive director and board of directors on financial strategies and planning, including budgeting, controllership and capital development. He or she will provide leadership in all areas of the NHS’ accounting and financial management, which includes the financing of development projects as well as the overall financial management of corporate operations.
This is specialized and technical work with responsibility for the implementation of the programs of Neighborhood Housing Services of New Haven in accordance with established policies and guidelines of the Board of Directors.
Work involves day-to-day management of the organization’s housing rehabilitation and new construction activities, working with contractors, architects, and all aspects of work involving NHS’ rehab and new construction projects. The Construction Manager may be working with part-time staff, volunteers, interns, or consultants. Long-term and short-term planning is performed on an ongoing basis to match contractor capacity to NHS’ workloads. The task of accomplishing the general production goals of NHS is part of the Construction Manager’s overall planning responsibility. Designing projects to meet the technical and administrative requirements of multiple funding sources is required to assure adequate financial support for all NHS projects.
In a career with NHS of New Haven, you will work to help residents take charge of their neighborhoods.
Community Lending Officer
HOC Lending, Inc. is a separately incorporated 501(c)(3) nonprofit corporation that is affiliated with Neighborhood Housing Services of New Haven (NHS) and the New Haven HomeOwnership Center (HOC). The Community Lending Officer will be responsible for originating, processing, and underwriting HOC Lending’s loan applications. A working relationship with local City and State officials, regional lenders, and potential donors is highly desirable. A productive relationship with all senior staff and directors is required.