About VCC and VCC Bank:
Virginia Community Capital is a Community Development Financial Institution (CDFI) with a mission to create jobs, energize places, and promote an enhanced quality of life for Virginians. With offices in Christiansburg, Norfolk and Richmond, we offer innovative and flexible financing tools throughout the state. In addition, we provide professional advisory services to individuals and organizations in low-to-moderate income and underserved communities. VCC Bank is a state-chartered bank which is majority owned by VCC, which allows the organization to take deposits and make loans similar to a community bank.
VCC is currently seeking an Investor Relations Compliance Coordinator to manage all funding compliance responsibilities including federal (CDFI Fund), philanthropic, institutional, and individual investors in VCC
The Investor Relations Compliance Coordinator is responsible for assisting the Investor Relations Department with oversight and management of all funding compliance responsibilities and investor files.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
- Manage complex annual reporting requirements for the Community Development Financial Institutions (CDFI) Fund
- Manage and submit annual surveys requested by membership organizations, the CDFI Fund, and the Federal Reserve Bank
- Develop reports, charts, and graphs for board meetings and other committees at VCC
- Complete timely reporting for all grants, including government, philanthropic, and corporate.
- Manage draws and reimbursement requests for grants
- Track loan originations and funding sources for specific loans and programs, specifically loans funded with CDFI Fund Awards and Major Grant Awards.
- Work with Marketing team to generate external reports to funders, including the Annual Report
- Work with the Impact team on data collection processes and reports for Impact Data from VCC’s work, such as Jobs created, Housing units developed, Persons impacted, etc.
- Attend weekly pipeline meetings to work with and provide updates to Lending and Community Innovations teams
- Assist finance team annually with internal and external audits
- Record and file grant documents and reports in a timely and organized manner
- Create and update reporting and funding internal guideline processes
- Assist with due diligence activities for fund acquisition opportunities
- Bachelor’s degree with a major in Business Administration, Finance, Economics, Community Development, Community Planning, or related field
- Detail oriented with exceptional analytical and critical thinking skills
- Ability to analyze data to contribute to grant applications
- Ability to communicate clearly and concisely in both written and verbal form, and to distill complex matters into clearly understood and articulated action steps
- Advanced proficiency with Microsoft Office suite specifically Microsoft Excel
- Must have strong organizational and time management skills
- Ability to manage multiple deadlines for reporting needs
- Ability to collaborate across teams to submit surveys, reports, and updates to grantors and funders.
- Prior experience with a customer relationship management system (i.e. Salesforce) preferred
- Ability to write summary reports and narrative updates
Compensation and Benefits:
This position offers a competitive salary in the range ($45,000-$50,000) based on experience and skills, as well as an excellent benefits package including health, disability, and life insurance, 401(k) savings plan with employer match, and paid time off. In addition to salary, this position is eligible for a bonus opportunity if bonuses are paid in any given calendar year.