Network Portfolio Manager
The Network Portfolio Manager reports to the Director of ROC USA® Network and works closely with ROC USA® Capital’s Portfolio Manager and the Network affiliate field staff. S/he will be responsible for coordinating a cross-functional approach to monitoring ROC financial performance, compliance with loan covenants, and capital improvement projects in communities. The Portfolio Manager’s purpose is to assist Network’s affiliates and ROCs to anticipate operating issues, to manage their capital improvement projects to completion, to respond to lender requirements, and to effectively resolve the unexpected problems and emergencies that arise for any commercial property owner.
Openings Within our Network
ROC-NH, a program of the New Hampshire Community Loan Fund, is hiring a Housing Cooperative Specialist. This person provides guidance from navigating the real estate deal to aligning solutions for incorporation, and adds value through a strong relationship and the development of residents’ professionalism by training and assisting the formation of boards, governance, and working groups. Click here to learn more about the position and how to apply.
ROC-NH is also hiring a Credit Administration Loan Manager. As part of ROC-NH’s leadership team, the Credit Administration Loan Manager is primarily responsible for loan review, quality control, preparing for closing, and compliance. Click here to learn more about the position and how to apply.
CASA of Oregon is hiring a Manufactured Housing Project Manager. The principal tasks of this position is the preservation and development of manufactured housing communities for CASA, and also facilitates activities from predevelopment through acquisition or conversion and post conversion, including construction project management, organizational development and lease-up. Click here to learn more about the position and how to apply
CASA is also hiring a Manufactured Housing Placement/Replacement Manager. The principal tasks of the Manufactured Housing Cooperative Development (MHCD) Placement Replacement Strategist are to create a replicable strategy to place and or replace older manufactured homes with new energy efficient homes in the resident owned communities. CASA develops, to prepare and continually update a manual that describes the process to place and replace homes in resident-owned communities (ROCs) and to work with other agencies to achieve this goal. Click here to learn more about the position and how to apply.