Director of Investor Relations

Company: New Hampshire Community Loan Fund

Location: Concord, NH

Job Function: Fundraising


The New Hampshire Community Loan Fund, a community development financial institution founded in 1983, is nationally recognized as an innovator in the field of community development finance and has a rich history of providing access to capital to achieve home ownership, business growth, climate solutions, sustainable agriculture, child care, and cooperatives that secure and protect access to affordable housing.

Diversity, equity, and inclusion have always been keys to our success. We are an Equal Opportunity Employer, and our employees are people with different strengths, experiences, and backgrounds who share a passion for improving people’s lives.


The Director of Investor Relations is the key organizer of the investment development strategy for the organization, responsible for maintaining the overall picture of investment development work, which includes solicitation, renewals, data management, document review, reporting, and coordinating both for institutional and individual investors.

As a member of the Philanthropy team, the Director of Investor Relations is responsible for the portfolio of investor relationships that are not specifically assigned to other team members. This position plays a major role in tracking and coordinating how other team members and the organization as a whole interact with investors. The Director of Investor Relations is also expected to be able to converse with supporters about donation and planned-giving opportunities.


  • Develop and execute a program to attract and secure new and larger investments (e.g. loans and lines of credit) to meet short- and long-term goals.
  • Develop and execute an investor stewardship program to strengthen the relationship between investors and the Community Loan Fund.
  • Work with the VP of External Affairs and the Director of Donor Relations and Impact Investing to develop and execute individualized giving plans for major donors and
  • Working with the Philanthropy Operations Coordinator and Finance office, ensure that all loan documents, interest payments and other day-to-day operations involving investors are operating efficiently, accurately, and with sensitivity to the investors’ needs.
  • Oversee the loan renewal
  • Responsible for the investment database, managing information sharing with other organizational databases and departments.
  • Work closely with the Philanthropy Operations Coordinator to ensure that information on investors contained in the donor database is accurate, up-to-date, and as extensive as
  • Manage the reporting processes for monthly, quarterly, and annual reports required by individual investors and the organization.
  • Make presentations on behalf of the Community Loan Fund at various community gatherings throughout the state–service clubs, religious organizations, etc.–as a way of building awareness of the Community Loan Fund as well as generating investments.
  • Assist with the implementation of donor/investor stewardship
  • Maintain knowledge about organizational programs and initiatives in order to facilitate connections between investors and their areas of interest.
  • Function as the primary information source for investments at monthly Money-In
  • Participate in weekly Philanthropy team meetings and other department or organizational meetings or planning sessions as they are scheduled.
  • Adhere to policies, procedures, and regulatory guidelines, including fair lending and ethical


  • Bachelor’s Degree or equivalent with three to five years of sales, financial services, investor relations, or resource development experience.
  • Demonstrated experience with customer relations management strategies and
  • Excellent interpersonal, verbal, and written communication
  • Proven ability to interface comfortably with high-wealth individuals and money
  • Solid listening and critical-thinking skills, as well as strong data and contract-analysis
  • Knowledge of prospect identification, solicitation, cultivation, and stewardship
  • Demonstrated success working in a highly collaborative team
  • Strong computer skills, including all Microsoft Office systems and online
  • Understanding of products and trends in the financial services field a plus.

Compensation and Benefits

Salary range starts at $90,000.

The Community Loan Fund’s current benefit package which includes medical and dental coverage, group life and disability options, health, and dependent care Flexible Spending Accounts and our 401(k) Plan.

How to Apply

If this description is a good fit, we would love to hear from you! Please send a resume with cover letter to

No phone calls, please.

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