The Executive Director will strengthen the Center for Community Capital’s efforts to create public policies, programs, and products that will make financial markets work better for more people, particularly those in disadvantaged communities and of low to moderate incomes. The Executive Director will work closely with the Director to undertake strategic planning efforts, determine and implement Center priorities, coordinate and supervise all Center staff, raise funds from private and government sources, evaluate and manage proposals and budgets, oversee program implementation, and publicize program and research results. The Executive Director will also be responsible for research on projects related to mortgage finance, housing, community development, and wealth accumulation in underserved neighborhoods. The Executive Director/Research Associate will produce original research, conduct literature reviews, and interpret statistical output through oral presentations, written summaries, and published papers. The Executive Director/Research Associate will develop a body of work for the Center through activities such as keeping abreast of the field, representing the Center in conferences and meetings, helping to disseminate and assimilate findings, submitting funding proposals, and building relationships among researchers, practitioners, and policy makers in this field.
More information can be found here. Applications were due 7/20/2017 and are now closed.
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