Housing Community Investment (HCI) Analyst – Entry Level Role
Housing Community Investment (HCI) Analyst – Entry Level Role
Website Federal Home Loan Bank of Boston
Job Profile Summary
The HCI Analyst is responsible for the completion of reviews, analysis, and reporting of projects funded through FHLBank Boston’s special programs for affordable housing and community development to ensure compliance with federal regulations, program policies, and Bank procedures. This position requires the incumbent to perform functions with a high degree of attention to detail and independence. This role primarily supports four of our programs – the Equity Builder Program (EBP), the Affordable Housing Program (AHP), the Housing Our Workforce (HOW), and the Special Purpose Credit Program for People of Color (SPCP).
This role is ideal for someone with limited experience in a related field that enjoys using their financial acumen, analytical and customer service skills in a highly collaborative team environment. Minimal travel may be necessary for this role.
This role is responsible for assisting with the primary review, analysis, and recommendation of EBP/HOW homebuyer qualification and household income calculations and subsidy disbursement transactions, including communications with the member financial institutions on issues and clarifications. He/she will perform EBP, HOW, SPCP, and AHP responsibilities which may include, but not limited to, monthly HCI program reconciliations and system testing for enhancements and fixes.
This role will also support the Affordable Housing Program (AHP) with compliance responsibilities for the review and analysis of AHP initiative monitoring reports, project monitoring review at project completion, and review, analysis and processing of close out and initial monitoring.
During the annual AHP funding round, the incumbent will perform the same or similar functions as the other team members and will assist in the online application testing and other round preparation activities. He/she will review and analyze AHP applications for recommendation for funding, prepare individual application recommendation reports, and assist department management in the analysis and reporting of the round recommendations for senior management and the Board.
This position will be cross-trained to support additional positions and processes within the department. The incumbent will be assigned other duties as needed.
50% Equity Builder/Housing Our Workforce Programs/Special Purpose Credit Program for People of Color – Review for compliance with all applicable regulatory compliance and department policies, and procedures of the following:
· Review all household eligibility guidelines and make a recommendation to the secondary reviewer
· Review and recommend subsidy disbursement requests
· Review and process subordination requests, net gain/recapture calculations, and foreclosure notifications
· Prepare and present at member and staff trainings
· Effectively support members with program technical assistance
40% Affordable Housing Program – Review for compliance with AHP regulation and department
policies and procedures of the following:
· Review and analysis of AHP completion monitoring
· As a member of the team, prepare for AHP funding round, review scoring and financial feasibility of AHP applications, prepare individual application recommendation reports, assist with management and Board AHP round/application recommendations analysis and reporting
10% Other Analyst work
· Cross-train to support additional positions and processes within the department
· Assist with the preparation/maintenance of program foreclosure review and reporting
· Assist in monthly reconciliation of program subsidies to accounting records
· Assist in preparation of periodic FHFA reporting and assistance with FHFA requests
· Assist in preparation/distribution of all monthly AHP portfolio/staff-monitoring reports
· May be required to perform site visits within New England or via Blitz
· Other tasks and special department projects, including special research and/or reports related to affordable housing and community economic development
· Participate in department outreach, training, and educational activities
· Provide other assistance to team members
· Other duties as assigned
· Strong interpersonal skills are required, including the ability to work well on team-based projects and the ability to work independently.
· Strong time management and organizational skills are required.
· Strong analytical skills and excellent attention to detail are required.
· Proficiency in effective written and oral communication is required.
· High degree of customer service to ensure a positive member experience.
· Diligence in adherence to policies, while seeking process improvements.
· Strong computer proficiency is required, including Microsoft Excel and Word.
· Bachelor’s degree, preferably in a related field, or equivalent work experience.
· A minimum of 1 years’ work experience in a related field, preferably affordable housing, community development, and/or financial services/banking is required.
· Training in or knowledge of national, state, and local affordable housing and community development programs, agencies, and organizations is preferred.
· Experience with financial statements, construction budgets/operating proformas is desired.
· Ability to read and interpret legal documents is a plus.
· Experience in working with affordable homeownership programs and homebuyer income qualification is a plus.
Applications will only be accepted via: Career Opportunities (taleo.net)
The Federal Home Loan Bank of Boston is committed to building and sustaining a diverse workforce that reflects the communities that we serve. As an Equal Opportunity Employer, we strongly encourage applicants from every ethnicity, color, religion, gender, age, national origin, disability, veteran or parental status and sexual orientation.
Nothing in this job description restricts management’s right to assign or reassign duties and responsibilities to this job at any time.
To apply for this job please visit phh.tbe.taleo.net.