Asset Manager

This role will support the Fund Performance function and will report to Sr. Dir. of Fund Performance & Management. More specifically, the Asset Manager position will focus on managing the performance of fund investments (projects & borrowers) through the timely collection of financial and impact data and proactive engagement of potential issues preferably well before those issues effect the performance of the fund. The funds invest in business and real estate assets.

Business Development Officer

This role will support the Business Development function through fostering relationships with new and existing investors and supporting capital raising. The Business Development Officer will produce financial reports on fund offerings, prepare and present pitches to investors and respond to their inquiries, maintain detailed records of client communication and business activities, and work with senior directors to create marketing content that drives investment deals. 

Fund Analyst

This role will support the Fund Performance function, reporting to the Fund Performance Senior Director. More specifically, this position will support the operations of loan funds that provide liquidity to financial intermediaries (primarily Community Development Financial Institutions, or CDFIs) working with small businesses and nonprofits across the country.

This role is focused on the execution of LISC’s investment opportunities. The Underwriter will provide direct underwriting support to local program offices in the field and serve as the primary underwriter for investment projects across LISC’s markets and nationally. The Underwriter will have deep knowledge of public and private resources available to leverage LISC’s investment and will provide support to strategically deploy LISC Fund Management’s full array of financing products through its portfolio of impact investment funds.

Underwriting and Portfolio Mangement