About UsEnterprise Community Partners, Inc. is a national nonprofit organization creating and advocating for affordable homes in thriving communities linked to jobs, good schools, health care and transportation. We lend funds, finance development and manage and build affordable housing, while shaping new strategies, solutions and policy.
The Southern CA office, located in Downtown Los Angeles, has invested over $1.2 billion to create and preserve more than 28,000 affordable homes and works with partners including developers, investors, government, and community based nonprofits to advance systems change. Our major initiatives promote equitable and inclusive communities; strengthen the regional homeless delivery system and capacity of frontline organizations; and advance an enabling public policy agenda.
Sr. Program Director, Capital Solutions & Partnerships (CSP) role is to help address intractable social issues through developing scalable capital solutions, and to deliver Enterprise’s entire capital platform to support partners. The CSP will lead the Small and Medium Multifamily initiative, a program designed to preserve and support SMMF housing; and a Faith Based Initiative designed to help faith based partners that own land to partner with developers to move a project from concept to development. In this role, the CSP will be expected to deliver on Enterprise’s core levers of systems change, including capacity building, technical assistance and capital innovation.
The CSP will also work with program staff in Enterprise SoCal’s core program areas – Vulnerable Populations, Sustainable Connected Communities and Policy – to develop capital solutions that our support mission. The CSP is also responsible for supporting Enterprise’s top partners by ensuring seamless delivery of the entire financing, including the New Generation Fund and other capital tools. Finally, the CSP may support capital raising efforts.
To be successful, the CSP must be a proactive leader with demonstrated experience in driving results through a matrix organization.