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Organizational Trainer

New Hampshire Community Loan Fund

About us
The New Hampshire Community Loan Fund collaborates with a wide range of donors and investors, and with business, nonprofit and government partners, to provide the financing and support that people with low and moderate incomes need to become financially independent and have affordable housing, quality jobs, child care and access to vital community services.

ROC-NH, a program of the Community Loan Fund, works statewide with homeowners in, and owners of, manufactured-home parks to convert those parks into communities cooperatively owned and governed by residents. ROC-NH’s financing, educational and technical assistance help homeowners in resident-owned communities (ROCs) build equity, create stability, develop leadership and strengthen their communities.

About the role
Provide training and education to ROC members, individually and in groups. Deliver Community Leadership curriculum designed to enhance technical abilities and communication skills, and conduct Boot Camp trainings in communities across the state. Build residents’ skills to help them understand the roles and responsibilities necessary to effectively manage, govern and operate ROCs, while fostering empowerment, community spirit, and self-sufficiency.
Training and instruction
· Participate in the development and delivery of a comprehensive educational program for ROC members, including the ROC-NH Community Leadership training series, regional Boot Camps, conferences and other on-site training when and where required.
· Prepare instructional materials to facilitate all phases of training, including evaluations and assessments of ongoing instruction.
· Organize and facilitate meetings of manufactured-home park residents interested in forming a ROC, to inform them of available purchase options, while providing training and education regarding the necessary functions of a successful community.
Technical assistance
· Assist ROC boards of directors in developing effective committees, assessing organizational health, creating policies, identifying challenges and solutions, and developing goals and action plans.
· Respond to the training needs of ROC boards, identified through community self-assessments with ROC-NH.
· Monitor community progress through monthly review of budgets and meeting minutes.
· Support all aspects of community financial and loan compliance, including plans to assess organizational health, troubleshoot problems, and develop goals and action plans.
· Work in conjunction with the Community Loan Fund lending program to prepare all documents necessary to complete financial transactions. Assist both established and developing ROCs with all aspects of their financial and loan compliance responsibilities.
Team player
· Provide support to other ROC-NH team members by sharing knowledge, acting as a backup, and participating in organizational initiatives.
· Complete updates and summaries for weekly team meeting.
· Author annual borrower updates.


About you
Ability to creatively deliver training while encouraging, listening and having command of instructional materials. Comfortable thinking on your feet/problem solving, able to self-manage work-life balance, leadership, and enjoy helping others build their skills. Sound decision-making and organizational skills. Ability to earn trust quickly, facilitate meetings, identify needs and advance skills, with diplomacy and tact. A team player.

· Bachelor’s degree or equivalent.
· Skill in training, instruction and/or education.
· Ability to author and read financial documents.
· Proficient in Microsoft Office Suite.
· Valid driver’s license.
· Able to work nights and weekends.

How to Apply:

Interested applicants may send a resume and cover letter, including salary expectations, to the Community Loan Fund at No phone calls, please.

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Date Added: September 7, 2017

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