The Louisville Housing Opportunity and Micro Enterprise Community Development Loan Fund is an emerging community development financial institution created through a partnership between Jewish Family & Career Services and the Metropolitan Housing Coalition. As an employee of Jewish Family & Career Services, the CDFI Project Director will have overall responsibility for the CDFI during its first year of operations and work with consultant(s) and board to develop strategic, business, operating and funding plans. While the project director’s primary responsibility will be to establish an infrastructure that enables the CDFI to carry out its community development mission; he/she will also be responsible for day-to-day functions and duties that eventually may be executed by additional personnel. Master’s degree preferred or bachelor’s degree with minimum five years experience in business, finance or related field. Resumes may be submitted to email@example.com.