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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 equity. 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 Administrative Coordinator, Facilities (ACF) is responsible for general administrative support as well as maintaining office equipment and physical space for all Cinnaire office locations. The ACF handles building and equipment maintenance and emergencies on an ongoing basis and serves as liaison between Cinnaire and its vendors.
The Recruitment Specialist supports the Manager, Recruitment Services (MRS) and hiring managers in sourcing and hiring quality candidates for open positions within the organization. The Recruitment Specialist is the first point of contact for all applicants and develops and maintains recruiting relationships to create a diverse talent pipeline.
The Administrative Coordinator (AC) supports Cinnaire’s Community Connection and Impact & Innovation teams by maintaining an efficient office environment and providing administrative support to these dynamic, community-impact oriented teams. The AC exercises a high degree of flexibility and effectively manages multiple tasks and priorities.
An Underwriter evaluates and structures loan transactions and assesses the associated risks and mitigants for affordable housing and community development loans. Generally, this includes ensuring that the proposed loan is sound, that it is appropriately secured by real estate or other collateral, that it meets underwriting guidelines, that the loan can be repaid, and that it will provide positive financial and social impacts as underwritten.
The Portfolio Manager is responsible for the management of all assigned loans, post-closing, through proactive engagement with borrowers and ensuring alignment to lending policies and mission fit.
The Associate Analyst provides financial data entry for Cinnaire’s underwriting of real estate equity investments, and affordable and market rate housing. The Associate Analyst prepares financial proformas of the proposed investment and assists the Analysts throughout the underwriting process.
The Financial Analyst assists in managing the New Markets Tax Credit (NMTC) financing tool for community development investments. The Financial Analyst supports the NMTC team by collection, analysis, and reporting of information received from community development real estate projects.
The Loan Analyst (LA) assists in the underwriting of affordable housing and community development loan transactions and works to ensure excellent and efficient delivery of service to prospective borrowers and Underwriting team members. The LA supports the Underwriting team as loans move through the underwriting process, including writing transaction summaries, spreading and analyzing borrower and/or guarantor financial statements, extracting appropriate information from third party reports, and researching issues as needed.
The Loan Closing Manager (LCM) ensures the timely closing of loans and transitions loans to Portfolio Management and Servicing. The LCM maintains productive relationships with internal and external stakeholders throughout the closing process.
The Business Development Associate (BDA) assists in the development and execution of Cinnaire’s business development strategy within a defined geographic area. The BDA develops and maintains knowledge of local real estate market dynamics and policies impacting affordable multifamily housing development, researches and assists in the identification of business opportunities, and supports the SVP Business Development (SVPBD) in responding to business proposals, securing signed commitments from customers, supporting customer needs, and maintaining customer relationships.
The Loan Servicing Analyst is part of the Portfolio Management Team. This role is responsible for booking and servicing commercial and residential real estate loans and will serve internal and external clients by answering questions, problem solving, and delivering services on time.