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Assistant Director


This is a Full-time position in Los Angeles, CA posted April 7, 2021.

nn Ready for the next steps in your career?

nn nn n nn nn Datrose is seeking an Assistant Director
– Community Development VP for a Direct Hire opportunity in Los Angeles, CA!

This position is onsite in CA.

nn nn nn nn This is an excellent opportunity for the right individual.

If interested in exploring this great opportunity, please apply directly at nn nn nn nn Veterans are encouraged to apply.

nn nn nn nn Responsible for the overall development and execution of the strategic community development plan for Bank’s West Coast presence.

Implements and delivers regional community development programs consistent with the Bank’s overall CRA plan.

Acts as liaison to community organizations, local elected officials and Municipal, State and Federal Regulators.

nn nn Primary responsibilities include: nn Coordinates and implements Community Development Service Programs in support of the Bank’s CRA obligations.

Builds upon Signature Bank’s success with First Time Investors Program, Signature Scholars, Building Improvement Initiative and Vita program.

CDO encourages volunteer activities by West Coast employees.

Analyzes and extracts information from LARs for reporting, peer analysis, and trend analysis ; utilizes this information to frame responsive activities and programmatic initiatives to meet community needs.

Identifies eligible Community Development loan and investment opportunities.

Up date s and maintain s local CD loan database on a monthly basis.

Communicate s on a regular basis to ensure accurate reporting of information for inclusion in all CRA reports.

CDO shall conduct site visits and perform property and project due diligence.

Liaisons and meets with community-based and advocacy organizations to ensure healthy and positive working relationships with the community and to better understand the community needs.

Represents the Bank and attends community meetings, encourages active dialogue, provides grant support, and provides technical assistance.

Interacts with peer competitors at community events, conferences and seminars to maintain knowledge base of what others are providing to the community.

Maintains accurate and complete files of all comment letters.

Letters are to be retained and communicated with the NY office.

Review corporate contribution and sponsorship requests.

Make funding recommendations to NYC.

nn Qualifications: nn nn nn Knowledge of Federal, State and Local CRA Regulations; knowledge of Local Community Housing, Economic Development and Small Business programs; expertise in the use of Rata Comply software Bachelor’s degree from four-year college or university required Bilingual preferred; ability to make public presentations; public speaking; strong written and verbal skills; proficiency in Microsoft Word, Excel & PowerPoint Ability to travel at regular intervals between Northern and Southern California and locally in each are of the Bank’s Delineated CRA Area Knowledge base of non-profit organizations and financial institution competitors; existing relationships with community
– based and advocacy organizations a plus Minimum 7 years community development experience required Experience dealing directly with regulators and elected officials nn Benefits: nn Competitive BONUS program Excellent health benefits with award winning wellness program Tuition and gym reimbursement 401K with company match Pet Insurance nn Join a winning team!

Our client has appeared on Forbes’ Best Banks in America list for the tenth consecutive year in 2020.

nn nn nn Datrose is an equal opportunity employer.

All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, religion, color, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, pregnancy, status as a parent, age, protected veteran status, family medical history or genetic information, political affiliation, status as a qualified individual with disability, or other non-merit based factors.