Boston Community Capital, a national nonprofit community development financial institution, seeks a Chief Strategy and Implementation Officer (CSIO) to play a critical role in expanding the organization's reach and impact over the next two decades. The new CSIO will serve as a catalyst, connector and implementer who translates the organization's ambitious and innovative agenda for the future into concrete action steps and effective on-the ground programs. The individual will build on BCC's impressive track record of providing affordable housing, good jobs, and new opportunities in low-income communities.
Founded in 1985 with $3,500 in start-up funds, BCC has grown from a single, locally-based, community loan fund to a multi-tiered organization that serves as a national model of a think-and-do tank for community investment. Its service lines and programs include a national tax credit program, a nationally-acclaimed foreclosure relief program, a mortgage lender, a real estate acquisition entity, two double bottom-line venture funds, and an alternative energy initiative focused on stabilizing utility costs in multi-family affordable housing developments. With $1.1 billion of assets under management, BCC is a self-sustaining business with 2017 revenues exceeding $38 million and a staff of 45.
Reporting to the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) and working closely with others on the C-Suite team, the new CSIO will craft and execute plans for new initiatives and for the growth and improvement of existing programs. To achieve these goals, the CSIO will manage teams working throughout the organization.
BCC seeks candidates who have a commitment to improving the lives of low-income populations and communities. The successful candidate must have outstanding execution capabilities and be comfortable working in a values-driven organization operating at the intersection of downtown business expertise and community needs. The individual will have substantial experience in a senior management role developing and implementing new business and growth strategies in a nimble, entrepreneurial and complex environment. In addition, they should be familiar and comfortable with the complex interplay of policy, law and commerce in solving social and economic issues.
Acceptance of inquiries, nominations, and applications will begin immediately and continue until the completion of the search process. Applicants are encouraged to transmit a detailed letter of interest and resume to
Daniel Rodas, Vice President
Donna Cramer, Managing Associate
Boston Community Capital is an Equal Opportunity provider
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