Loan Administrator

 

About SFHAF

The San Francisco Affordable Housing Accelerator Fund (SFHAF) is an innovative public-private partnership that leverages private capital to help the city of San Francisco keep working class families in their current homes, acquire land for new affordable housing developments, and secure long-term stability and affordability. Established in 2016 in collaboration with the SF Mayor’s Office of Housing and Community Development, the Fund has already closed on two loans that will preserve existing homes and produce new housing, and has several more projects in the pipeline.

The Role

SFHAF is looking to expand its small, but growing team with an experienced loan administrator who’s also excited to help build our organization and jump in on a range of “start up” related tasks and other policy and administrative work as needed. This role is based in San Francisco. We are open to discussing a structured part-time or full time position depending on the candidate.

 

Preferred Qualifications

  • Experience working in a portfolio management, asset management or loan administration capacity for multifamily real estate portfolios

  • Experience working in a fiscal oversight or accounting function

  • Knowledge of affordable housing regulatory programs and community development financial institutions a plus

 

As SFHAF’s first Loan Administrator, you would

  • Support the Executive Director in the management of the Fund’s fiscal operations

  • Oversee the documentation, closing, servicing, and disbursing of acquisition and rehabilitation loans for multifamily projects

  • Oversee and ensure compliance with the Fund’s Loan Manual

  • Manage accounts receivable / payables on a monthly basis including vendor invoicing and payment

  • Work with and oversee the Fund’s 3rd party fiscal managers

  • Serve as a primary point of contact for existing portfolio borrowers

  • Work closely with SFHAF’s legal team on loan documentation and form documents

  • Lead one-off projects to improve SFHAF’s loan operations and processes

 

You’d be a great fit if you are

  • An excellent communicator

  • Resourceful / self-starter

  • Comfortable working in a startup-like environment

  • Highly detail-oriented

  • Excellent judgement

 

Compensation

Competitive based on experience.

 

How to Apply

Please send your resume and a cover letter detailing your relevant experience and interest in the job to rebecca@sfhaf.org. We'll follow up from there!