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POSITION/TITLE: Regional Coordinator

AGENCY: National Community Reinvestment Coalition

LOCATION: Washington, DC


DATE SUBMITTED: October 24, 2013


RESPONSIBLE TO: Chief Program Officer

JOB DESCRIPTION: The Regional Coordinator will provide technical assistance and support to Network members on the development of strong and successful housing counselling programs, foreclosure programs, homeownership, financial literacy and post purchase programs. S/he will assist in the development of building systems. This position reports to the Chief Program Officer, Director, and a direct report to Program Manager. Specific Requirements:

  • Work closely with Program Manager in developing, designing, and implementing a wide range of administrative procedures and systems necessary to operate various federal, state, and local programs
  • Assist with the development of recommendations concerning efficient functioning of processes and file management and other projects under the management of the Program Manager
  • Conduct and provide input of major policy and legislative housing issue
  • Monitor projects from inception to completion, follow up with staff to track progress and ensure successful outcomes and work products within established deadlines
  • Respond to inquiries from affiliates, members, sub-grantees and other interested parties, potential applicants, and provide them with information and/or refer them to the appropriate member of the team for specialized follow-up
  • Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with others and successfully interact with people at all levels within and outside the organization as well as people of diverse socio-economic backgrounds
  • Communicate with clients on loss mitigation, negotiate reinstatements, and research escrow issues and resolve mortgage delinquencies
  • Conduct financial analysis of loan file manually and with the use of electronic foreclosure tools
  • Conduct frequent off site visits
  • Provide in-depth training to clients and develop clear concise action plan for clients in order to meet specific objectives
  • Extensive telephone communication with clients, servicers, attorney’s and other third parties
  • Provide comprehensive counselling both in person and on the telephone; provide referrals when necessary
  • Counsel and facilitate homebuyer education, financial fitness and post purchase workshops
  • Attend outreach events, assist in marketing HCN and establishing new member alliances
  • Conduct comprehensive performance review audits, to monitor member affiliates basic program requirements, financial capacity, staffing capacity, grant management, program practices, services provided, facilities and potential conflict of interest matters
  • Prepare detailed concise reports and maintain accurate records


  • Preferred: Bachelor’s Degree with two years experience in housing counseling, or loan underwriter. Mortgage and/or real estate experience helpful. A keen interest in housing policy and legislative issues.
  • Successful candidate must have a strong working knowledge of HAMP, NFMC, and HUD programs
  • Excellent Communication skills required
  • Bilingual preferred
  • Willing to travel extensively
  • A willingness to work with diverse socioeconomic groups
  • A team player, organized, work in a fast pace environment and detailed oriented
  • Proficient in MS Word an MS Excel


CONTACT INFORMATION: hrdept@ncrc.org

POSITION/TITLE: Curriculum Manager

AGENCY: National Fair Housing Training Academy/Chickasaw Nation Industries

LOCATION: Washington, DC

CLOSING DATE: open until filled



RESPONSIBLE TO: Amy Peters, Director

JOB DESCRIPTION: The Curriculum Manager develops, markets and delivers the NFHTA 5-week course curriculum and new course offerings at the request of HUD, primarily for classroom environment and some web-based training. ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES Work with the Director of NFHTA as well as other fair housing organizations and entities in identifying areas of concentration for specific education, training and outreach activities. Chair NFHTA Curriculum Committee, provide support to and assessment of faculty. Identify needed expertise and assist in recruiting, assessing, interviewing, and recommending the hiring of new faculty. Evaluates and implements curriculum, curriculum changes and modifications. Coordinates curriculum development and implementation. Coordinate NFHTA course schedule and faculty assignments. Develops, markets and delivers a minimum of one specialized course offering annually for a target population. Reads and proofs all existing materials and conducts a substantive review to ensure that the content is correct and relevant given the passage of time. Coordinates NFHTA course registration and performance statistics for analysis and reporting. Assist with marketing of NFHTA courses at conferences, meetings, and community events. Plans daily activities within the guidelines of company policy, job description and supervisor’s instruction in such a way as to maximize personal output.

QUALIFICATIONS: Master's degree from a college or university accredited by a national or regional accrediting agency recognized by the U.S. Department of Education, and/or equivalent professional work experience and/or a Law Degree. Demonstrated experience and knowledge of fair housing laws, enforcement, and investigations. Must have a minimum of five years' experience working in a fair housing environment with a federal, state, or local government or private fair housing organization; strong knowledge and skills in curriculum development, program and project management. Knowledge of the Fair Housing Assistance Program (FHAP) and the Fair Housing Initiative Program (FHIP) operations is strongly desired. Excellent written and oral communication skills; Public speaking skills are required. Knowledge of the Fair Housing Act and other civil rights laws are required.

Must have excellent administrative skills. Must be proficient in computer applications (Excel,
PowerPoint, Word, etc.)

ACCEPTABLE APPLICATION METHODS: e-mail resume, fill out application

CONTACT INFORMATION: Tammy Chromy, Recruiter
Or apply directly at http://www.chickasaw.com/careers/careers-search/ for job# 3862

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