OFN's core mission is to align capital with social, economic, and political justice. We seek qualified candidates committed to this mission and to upholding OFN's standards for excellence. Visit www.ofn.org to learn more. OFN is currently hiring for the following staff positions. Please click on the name of the position to apply now.
The Events Coordinator will assist the EVP, Membership and the EVP, Knowledge Sharing in coordinating, planning, and executing OFN's events. Specifically, this position coordinates and organizes event logistics to ensure successful Annual Conferences, Small Business Finance Forums, regional meetings, advocacy days, webinars, trainings, and other meetings and events as necessary.
Graduate student internship available for spring (Feb-May), summer (June-Aug), and/or fall(Sept-Nov) semesters. Candidates enrolled in graduate programs for Business Administration (MBA) or Economics are preferred, though students with a background in Accounting and/or Finance are encouraged to apply regardless of their current program.
This position is primarily responsible for evaluating new investments and assisting to manage OFN's on and off-balance sheet portfolios. The Investment Officer will analyze debt and equity investment opportunities using loan portfolio and financial statement data and in-depth conversations with organizations' senior management teams. Through attending conferences and events, he/she will develop relationships with OFN's CDFI members and work across OFN's teams to support OFN's mission.
The primary responsibilities and essential functions of the Member Services Specialist are to assist in member recruitment, retention, and engagement; develop and administer content for OFN's peer learning activities; and assist in creating content and driving adoption on CDFI Connect.
The Senior Associate, Public Policy is responsible for promoting OFN's public policy priorities to key audiences. The Senior Associate, Public Policy is responsible for staying current on legislative and regulatory policies impacting the CDFI industry; effectively engages the OFN membership in advocacy activities; represents OFN with federal policy makers, national coalitions and other ally organizations. The position requires knowledge of the legislative and regulatory process, community and economic development, and strong writing and communication skills.
The Senior Associate, Knowledge Sharing is responsible for coordinating a collaborative design process for developing new programs, and the implementation of complex programs that build the capacity of CDFIs. This position involves coordinating cross-departmental teams within OFN, liaising with external stakeholders such as funders and members, and leading processes that may include these and other constituencies.
Creates and publishes online content to advance OFN and CDFI visibility and reputation. The successful candidate will have a keen interest in telling the story of the impact of community development financial institutions, noting news and milestones in the field, and tracking and reporting on legislative issues. Includes OFN blog, bi-weekly blog digest, social media, storytelling, web content, and other writing as needed. Proposes editorial calendar for the OFN blog and authors or secures content to help build digest subscribers and blog traffic. Implements OFN's presence on social media platforms. Launches social media campaigns throughout the year to boost impressions and engagement. The Senior Associate will also develop OFN's borrower story program, including story gathering, editing, curation/management of database, and publication to digital media. Provides results reporting and analysis on a quarterly basis. Other writing and communications as needed.