An exciting opportunity for someone interested in social finance and impact investing! The Canadian Alternative Investment Foundation (CAIF) is looking for a self-starter to support an important new initiative that offers front line charities access to badly needed lines of credit and financial mentorship.
Position Type: Part Time Contract (15 hours a week)
Experience: 2-3 years investment and financial analysis (Business plan development experience – an asset)
Education: Post-Secondary degree in business, accounting or a related field
MBA or currently enrolled in an Accounting Designation an asset
CAIF is looking for a highly motivated individual with 2-3 years’ experience in financial analysis, preferably in the impact investing sector. Working in close collaboration with CAIF’s Financial Manager, the main tasks include:
- Assist in the development of the “Investing in our Community Partners “program and in administering CAIF’s other lending programs.
- Identify and solicit prospective clients, voluntary networks and charitable associations, deliver public presentations, meet and counsel potential borrowers in developing business and operational plans.
- Conduct operational and financial risk assessments of prospective borrowers and make appropriate recommendations to CAIF’s Loans Committee.
- Other compliance, promotional and administrative tasks.
- Fluency in English is a prerequisite.
- Working knowledge of “business” French is an asset
- Writing, oral communications and editing skills
- Computer fluency, i.e. spreadsheet, word processing, website management and web conferencing
- Voluntary sector experience is an asset
How to Apply
Submit your application to Canadian Alternative Investment Foundation at caif at caic.ca. We thank all applicants for their interest however only those selected for interview will be contacted.
About Canadian Alternative Investment Foundation
Who are We - CAIF (Canadian Alternative Investment Foundation) is a registered charity mandated to provide low cost flexible financing to registered charities. Building on the thirty plus years of experience of its predecessor, the Canadian Alternative Investment Cooperative, CAIF manages assets in excess of $4,000,000 dollars.
Exciting new initiative - CAIF is in the process of piloting a new initiative, which will offer operating lines of credit to smaller front-line charities in collaboration with Vancity Community Investment Bank. The initiative will assist small charities to effectively access and use credit to improve their operations and better manage their resources. The $500,000 2 year pilot will test run what we expect to become a more ambitious nation-wide initiative.