View our available job listings below. Select the position title to view additional information.
At Cinnaire, our human capital is 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.
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.
The Administrative Coordinator (AC) maintains an efficient office environment and provides administrative support to the staff in the assigned office. The AC is an experienced administrative professional who is dependable and highly organized.
The Senior Vice President, Equity Funding (VPEC) is responsible for raising equity capital and managing investor relationships for Cinnaire’s Low Income Housing Tax Credit (LIHTC) single investor funds (SIFs) and state community funds (SCFs).
The Senior Vice President, Equity Funding is responsible for raising equity capital and managing investor relationships for Cinnaire’s MidAtlantic region Low Income Housing Tax Credit (LIHTC) funds.
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 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.
Seeking experienced loan servicing professional.
Cinnaire is seeking Community Development Loan Officers (CDLO) for its new Community Development lending program, a key driver of future growth for the organization. This search represents an opportunity to join this national leader in community development finance as it continues to build out a new community lending program in newly targeted communities in Detroit, Michigan and Wilmington, Delaware. Since its founding in 1993, Cinnaire has expanded to close to 100 team members with 7 offices and programs in 9 states, partnering with community organizations to support creation/retention of 81,000 Jobs, 653 affordable housing projects, and improving lives of 97,000 low- and moderate-income Individuals. For more information about the organization, please visit www.cinnaire.com.