Sr. Mgr, Community DevelopmentApply now Job ID R77856 Updated date 06/13/2019 Location Bethesda, Maryland; McLean, Virginia
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This role is responsible for supporting the identification, development and implementation of activities that promote affordable housing in the Mid-Atlantic and for sourcing high impact activities for Community Development Banking’s Financial Access Education program. This Community Reinvestment Act outreach role focuses on supporting low- and moderate-income communities through housing and building financial resiliency. Successful candidates will have excellent relationship management and be able to listen, interpret and convert community feedback into actionable programs and investments that help revitalize low and moderate income neighborhoods. Candidates will have a strong sense of purpose and passion for community development.
Develop and implement comprehensive affordable housing strategy for Mid-Atlantic
Source high impact opportunities for market-based Financial Access Educator
Create and maintain effective community relationships with local housing partners
Support design and efficient execution of grant portfolio that provides multiple returns
Represent Capital One in the community through public speaking and event attendance
Provide local and national subject matter expertise on affordable housing
Generate opportunities for Capital One’s Community Finance Department by sourcing non-profit developers engaged in constructing and preserving affordable housing
Take leadership positions on nonprofit and advisory boards engaged in affordable housing community development collaborations
Build external and internal awareness of local housing-related activities
- Bachelor’s Degree or military experience
At least 5 years experience working with local and state government or for a bank in community development or community development with non-profit community groups.
- Graduate degree in public policy, social sciences
Comprehensive understanding of housing and community development including knowledge of various government programs
Banking or financial services experience
Demonstrated track record of developing and sustaining creative community programs that deliver measurable returns
Excellent relationship management skills
Ability to influence and interact with senior executives, community leaders, associates, and client groups across the company
Well-developed competencies in problem solving, influence and judgment
Ability to analyze, integrate information from a variety of sources and build sound strategies that are data-driven
Ability to measure and communicate program outcomes
Strong working knowledge of Community Reinvestment Act
Superior written and oral communications including ability to develop persuasive presentations
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