HAC is Hiring a Community Development Specialist

 The Community Development Specialist works with nonprofits and local governments on all facets of project development. They identify the capacity of partner organizations, collaborate on project planning, help prepare grant and funding applications, and develop comprehensive project workplans and timelines.

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HAC is Hiring a Loan Processor Associate

The Loan Processor Associate is an entry-level position and will assist in the overall loan portfolio management functions of the organization’s portfolio of loans made to entities engaged in affordable housing activities in rural communities throughout the United States. This individual will assist in a range of lending activities — including loan department reports, loan payments, loan closing, disbursement, various aspects of monitoring, and servicing single- and multi-family housing development loans — in the Loan Fund Division.

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HAC is Hiring a Housing Specialist

The Housing Specialist is primarily based in either the Southwest or Western states (and within a 2 hour or less proximity to a major airport) and works with local partner organizations to identify financial resources and funding opportunities to support the preservation and development of affordable housing and community and economic development strategies specifically throughout expanses of Southwest and/or Western rural America.

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HAC is Hiring a Community Facilities Housing Specialist

The Community Facilities Housing Specialist helps to enhance the lives of rural residents by increasing access to community facilities (e.g., parks, community centers, public libraries, childcare centers, hospitals, clinic, museums or historic site or other public spaces). The Specialist identifies and engages community stakeholders and provides direct technical assistance to rural organizations that are developing facilities. This includes helping them identify, utilize, and apply for financial resources. such as USDA Community Facilities grants and loans. This a two-year position.

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HAC Seeking Community Development Consultants

The Housing Assistance Council is seeking a few skilled consultants to support HAC’s capacity building initiatives. We will consider a variety of skill sets and expertise levels based on the identified needs of the beneficiary organizations. Consultants with highly focused skill sets, such as financial management, smart building, public facilities, homeless programs, or microenterprise are encouraged to apply.

Consultants not selected to participate at this time will be added to our consulting pool and may receive future inquiries. Contact Stephanie Nichols, (816) 880-0400.