Position Summary:
The Portfolio Coordinator performs a variety of loan servicing functions, assists with the monitoring of loan collateral and the performance of NOAH’s portfolio, as well as provides support to office operations.

Loan Administration and Collateral Monitoring
 Schedule and conduct project site visits and prepare site inspection reports.
 Manage asset management ticklers and work with Relationship Managers and Commercial Loan Administration  Officer to confirm periodic follow-up to ensure receipt of required items.
 Interface and respond to requests from borrowers, property management personnel, accountants, member bank personnel and public funders. Provide technical assistance, as needed.
 Provide back-up support to Commercial Loan Administration Officer.
 Set-up reserve accounts.

Data and File Management
 Maintain ongoing data integrity of asset management related data to include loan history, credit events, secondary debt and partnership transfers.
 Oversee file/documents storage according to policy.
 Enter information into new project management database and review, revise and complete missing or incorrect data, as needed.
 Filing, as needed.

Reporting
 Generate accurate and timely portfolio reports pertaining to the assigned job functions.
 Respond to annual audit confirmation requests.
 Collect, save, and track operating statements, financial statements and other reporting submitted by borrowers.
 Manage relationships with and send reports to banks for which NOAH services loans.
 Send communications to Board, loan committee, member banks, borrowers and staff.

Office Administration
 Manage Outlook contact database including updates and mailing lists.
 Respond to general office mail/voicemail.
 Provide back-up support to Accounts Payable.
 Coordinate meetings, as needed.
 Special projects, as needed.

Qualifications and Skills:
 1-3 years accounting, real estate, lending, finance and/or asset management experience preferred.
 Strong computer skills, including working knowledge of Outlook, Word, Excel, and Access.
 Organizational skills and ability to coordinate complex activities and prioritize conflicting demands.
 Ability to travel throughout Oregon.

Value-Add Qualities and Skills:
 Passionate about working to address the housing affordability crisis in our state.
 Attention to detail.
 Able to work both independently and in a team.
 Ability to solve problems and communicate effectively in writing and orally.
 Strong customer service orientation.

Compensation and Benefits:
 100% of the employee’s coverage of all insurance benefits. Coverage for dependents is available at the cost of         the employee.
 Generous vacation and sick leave.
 401(k) with a 4% match and the potential for up to 4% additional matching.
 Paid family leave.
 Potential for annual bonus compensation.
 Salary range: $48,000 to $72,000.

To apply, please send a resume and cover letter to HR@noah-housing.org.
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