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At Cinnaire, our people are our most valuable asset. We are committed to fostering and preserving a culture of diversity, inclusion, and fairness. We strive to provide an environment that empowers the authentic expression of diverse voices and celebrates a workforce that reflects the communities we serve.
In the current pandemic environment, Cinnaire’s first priority is the health and well being of our people. If you join our team, you can expect to make your own choice of working from home or working from an office. Rest assured that strict CDC and OSHA guidelines shape our COVID-19 protocols in each of our offices should you decide that your preference is to work in an office environment. The choice is entirely yours.
The Development Manager (DM) is responsible for leading and driving development work in assigned markets and manages development project progression or supervises third-party consultants towards that end. The DM works closely with the Vice President - Development, Cinnaire Solutions and Priority City Leaders on all matters related to the organization’s real estate development work and manages and coordinates the implementation of development projects.
The Vice President-Development (VPD) is responsible for leading and driving development work for all Cinnaire’s three priority city markets and other areas of focus. The VPD works closely with the President of Cinnaire Solutions and Priority City Leaders on all matters related to the organization’s real estate development work and manages and coordinates the implementation of development projects. A primary role of the VPD is to grow talent of the diverse and skilled team throughout its multistate geography.
The Program Manager, Community Development (PMCD) is responsible for managing processes to obtain resources necessary to align the Community Development Team’s strategic goals with appropriate resources to build organizational capacity and bring programs to scale. The role manages compliance related to resources received as a CDFI and grantee and supports the process for grant proposal development.
The Underwriter evaluates and structures real estate equity investments and assesses the risks and mitigants associated with such.
The debt underwriting function structures and negotiates debt associated with Low Income Housing Tax Credit (LIHTC) projects and assesses the risks and mitigants associated with such. Generally, this includes ensuring that the proposed loan is sound, that it meets stated underwriting guidelines, and that it will provide underwritten financial benefits, including repayment. The Vice President, Underwriting will assist the President of Lending in ensuring that the members of the underwriting team have the proper resources and support to perform this function.
Vice President, Equity Underwriting (VPEU) leads and mentors the team that performs analysis of real estate equity investments [primarily associated with the Low Income Housing Tax Credit (LIHTC) program)] and assesses preliminary feasibility and adherence to underwriting guidelines. The VPEU supports the Executive Vice President, Underwriting & Credit Risk in delivering underwriting results that align with the organization’s strategic objectives.
The General Counsel serves as the chief legal representative of Cinnaire Corporation and its affiliates and subsidiaries (collectively referred to as the “Corporation”) and as a member of the President’s senior management team. The General Counsel represents and directs the representation of the Corporation in all legal matters, serves as legal advisor to the President, Board of Directors, and senior administrators, and serves as a resource on legal matters and issues of procedure and governance. The General Counsel oversees all legal aspects of transactional and regulatory matters related to the Corporation, including directing and coordinating outside counsel retained to represent the Corporation.
A Portfolio Manager is responsible for the proactive management of loans post-closing. The Portfolio Manager monitors borrowers for reporting and covenant compliance, manages and mitigates potential defaults and credit losses, and conducts an annual review of each borrower in the portfolio and supports the annual portfolio review process.