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Job Opportunity: VHCB Seeking a Senior Housing Analyst/Training and Technical Assistance Coordinator

The Vermont Housing and Conservation Board (VHCB) is seeking a well organized, self-motivated individual to join their housing staff as a Senior Housing Analyst/Training and Technical Assistance Coordinator. Responsibilities include financial underwriting and analysis of grant applications for affordable housing developments, organizing trainings and providing technical assistance to grantees, project and organizational monitoring, working on special research projects, responding to requests for information and collecting and coordinating housing data with other housing agencies. Requirements: Attention to detail, interest in the non-profit housing delivery system, and the ability to work as part of a team, as well as strong communication skills and a commitment to the mission of VHCB. Qualifications: Prior experience and training in housing development, financial analysis of housing projects and multi-family housing underwriting. Experience working with non-profit organizations, municipalities, housing development groups, and state agencies is important. Background in any or all of the following is desirable: architecture, construction, service supported housing, training and technical assistance, working with federal funds. The position requires some in-state travel so a valid driver’s license is also desirable. This is a full-time position with comprehensive benefits. Please reply by December 10 with letter of interest, résumé and references to: Laurie Graves, VHCB, 58 E. State Street, Montpelier, Vt. 05602. See the job description at: www.vhcb.org/employment.html.

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