NCALL Loan Fund is Hiring a Loan Officer


The NCALL Loan Fund is a line of business within NCALL Research, Inc., a certified community development financial institution (CDFI). The Loan Fund provides financing for the development of projects such as affordable housing, community facilities, and commercial real estate, with each loan providing significant community impact. The Loan Fund is in the midst of a period of strong, strategic growth where you can use your talents and experience to make a real difference by improving communities throughout Delaware and Delmarva.

The Loan Officer has significant responsibility for business development and loan origination, and will market the Loan Fund while attending various events in fulfillment of those responsibilities. The primary duties of this position are to develop and maintain lending relationships while identifying, structuring, and underwriting community development loans. Traveling will be required within the Loan Fund's target market of the Delmarva Peninsula.

Supervisor: Loan Fund Director

Duties and Responsibilities

  • Develop new and maintain existing relationships with borrowers within the Loan Fund's target market of the Delmarva Peninsula
  • Guide prospective borrowers through the loan application, approval and closing process
  • Underwrite and structure loan requests through appropriate analysis of the applicant and project based on Loan Policy guidelines
  • Coordinate/perform construction draw inspections and approvals with the Loan Servicer
  • Assist with portfolio delinquency management
  • Perform appropriate level of review and due diligence of existing relationships and associated credits as requested
  • Maintain strong, productive relationships with all contacts, including borrowers, other lenders and various lending-related service providers
  • Maintain necessary professional certifications and memberships as applicable; participate in appropriate educational and training events
  • Attend conferences and events as appropriate for the industry and position
  • Display initiative and problem solving ability
  • Other tasks as may be necessary or assigned


  • Bachelor degree in an appropriate/related field
  • Minimum five years of experience in community development lending with a verifiable track record of business development and customer service
  • Excellent communication and computer skills
  • Self-directed, detail oriented, with the ability to work independently or as a member of a team
  • Entrepreneurial work ethic with an openness to learning new skills and systems
  • Courteous and business-like manner in dealing with stakeholders and co-workers


This location will be based in Delaware; specific location to be determined


As part of employment, NCALL:

  • Pays 95% of employee health insurance premium
  • Offers group life and disability insurance
  • Matches 401k retirement contribution
  • Provides professional development and tuition assistance
  • Provides paid leave
  • Reimburses business mileage
  • Provides a desktop or laptop computer


NCALL is an Equal Opportunity Employer.