Neighborhood Housing Services of Los Angeles County (NHS) serves as a catalyst for local residents, business and government representatives to work together to build stronger neighborhoods, improve the quality of life for low to moderate income families and revitalize communities into neighborhoods of choice.

NHS strengthens communities by developing and maintaining quality affordable housing, creating and preserving affordable homeownership opportunities, supporting local leaders, providing financial education and increasing the financial independence of families and people in need.

Jul 22, 2019
Mission-driven non-profit affordable housing agency seeks highly motivated and experienced Loan Officer. Under the direct supervision of the Chief Operating Officer, the Loan Officer will be responsible for the origination and submission of Real Estate Loans to be processed in a timely matter on a monthly basis.   KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, & ABILITIES Requires knowledge of fair lending, equal opportunity and Federal truth in lending laws, as well as basic underwriting of affordable loan programs and privacy act/compliance implications.   EXPERIENCE Minimum of three years’ experience as a loan officer, customer service representative or loan sales representative. Background in real estate helpful. Bachelor’s degree in Accounting or related field required or commensurate experience. Must possess or be able to obtain California realtors license. NMLS Licenses a must. Email resume with cover letter and salary history to humanresources@lanhs.org or fax to 213-406-6079 Salary TBD DOQ plus benefits.
NHS of Los Angeles County Los Angeles, CA, USA Development
Jul 22, 2019
Mission driven non-profit community developer and affordable home builder seeks experienced technical Grant Writer to research and write grant proposals for submission to potential funding sources.  As a member of the Development Team, the successful candidate will: Conduct a full range of activities required to prepare, submit, and manage grant proposals to government, corporate, local, and national foundations Identify and research corporate, foundation, and governmental sources of funding, including proposal requirements and submission deadlines Cultivate new relationships, as well as maintain and manage ongoing relationships with major funders and account representatives as assigned Compile information necessary to produce reports for funders Comply with all grant reporting as required by donors Maintain current records in database including grant tracking and all reporting requirements Track statistics relevant to provide written materials necessary for donor stewardship Assist with other fundraising projects as requested Salary $50,000 – 60,000 + benefits. Email resume with  cover letter , and  one writing sample  to  humanresources@nhslacounty.org Requirements Requirements: Bachelor’s degree in English, Marketing, Business, or other relevant field Knowledge of non-profit housing preferred Minimum 3-5 years in grant writing experience, and experience with fundraising techniques and strategies Excellent writing, technology, and research skills required. Strong written communication skills, ability to write clear, articulate, and persuasive proposals Meticulous attention to detail, and ability to meet deadlines on a consistent basis.
NHS of Los Angeles County Los Angeles, CA, USA Development
Jul 22, 2019
The NHS  Center for Sustainable Communities  in Compton, CA is an adaptive reuse project of a formerly blighted and abandoned grocery store that has been open since May 2017. NHS is seeking to hire a  Assistant Vice President & Program Director  who will manage day to day responsibility of overseeing the NHS Financial Empowerment Center on site, along with managing the services, programs, service providers and retail tenants who are housed at the facility. The Center is the first of its kind nationwide to serve as a ‘hub’ for community development resources including: Financial Empowerment Center, fitness workshops, federally qualified health clinic, health related programs, Healthy Living Café, organic garden, Small Business Development Center, youth, senior and afterschool programs, along with job training for youth and adults. The Assistant Vice President & Program Director will manage the municipal, funder and business community relationships that are necessary to help drive the expansion and program management of the facility, while helping it to serve as a ‘community hub’ for NHS’ efforts in building a more sustainable environment. Candidate should have a minimum of seven years of experience in managing facilities, staff and production schedules, tenant leasing, nonprofit program and financial management. Candidate must be able to work with minimal supervision, be adaptive, purposeful and vision driven. Interested candidates should send resume and cover letter to  humanresources@nhslacounty.org  or fax to (213) 406-6079. Requirements Candidate should have a minimum of seven years of experience in managing facilities, staff and production schedules, tenant leasing, nonprofit program and financial management. Candidate must be able to work with minimal supervision, be adaptive, purposeful and vision driven. Interested candidates should send resume and cover letter to  humanresources@nhslacounty.org  or fax to (213) 406-6079. Salary: $90,000+benefits
NHS of Los Angeles County Los Angeles, CA, USA Programs