MEDA is hiring! Are you in?
Are you looking to put your heart and mind to work? Then join MEDA in keeping San Francisco’s Mission a neighborhood of opportunity!
MEDA is at the vanguard of innovative community development work, from affordable housing and a small-business loan fund CDFI to financial education and running the largest VITA free tax program in the Bay Area. Our organization is also the lead agency of the Mission Promise Neighborhood, an education initiative. Added to all of this is policy & advocacy work to affect change on a larger scale.
Our community-based organization is generating impact in the low-income Latino immigrant community of San Francisco’s Mission District … and beyond.
MEDA’s work is innovative and being replicated, gaining local and national recognition.
Now — more than ever– MEDA is seeking socially conscious staff looking to make immediate impact. So, if your mission, vision and values align with ours, we invite you to join us!
Community Real Estate Project Manager
Responsible for developing and project managing the affordable housing and commercial real estate portfolio for Mission Economic Development Agency. The diverse portfolio will include occupied-rehabilitation of multi-family and small buildings, new construction as well as commercial buildings. Reporting to the Director of Community Real Estate, the Project Manager or Senior Project Manager will be expected to be a critical member of the team to develop properties to meet organizational objectives for asset building, sustainability, community and economic development.
MEDA’s Community Real Estate Program has rapidly expanding our preservation of small apartment buildings (20 to date) in response to keeping families in the Mission district and surrounding neighborhoods in San Francisco. We continue to acquire an average of 10 buildings per year. Most properties require a high level of rehabilitation due to deferred maintenance along with mandatory seismic retrofitting to soft-story. The Construction Manager will be responsible for managing the rehabilitation of MEDA’s Small Site Program portfolio during operations along with overall construction management support to the Community Real Estate team.
Donor Engagement Officer
The Donor Engagement Officer is part of a high-functioning nonprofit dedicated to maintaining the vibrancy, health, and prosperity of the SF Mission for the Latino community. As part of a six-person development and communications team, the Donor Engagement Officer is responsible for growing MEDA’s individual donor program, from managing individual appeals to building a major donor program.
MEDA seeks an experienced thought leader in evaluation to build on and tell the story of the organization’s achievements, refine and implement a framework for project results, measurement, accountability, and learning that will position the organization for continued success. The Director will provide leadership and technical oversight, direction and support on performance monitoring, as well as ensure that lessons learned are captured and fed back into organizational sustainability.
Project Assistant – Community Real Estate
Mission Economic Development Agency is looking for a ready candidate to be part of a new team to develop MEDA’s housing and commercial real estate assets. Mission Economic Development Agency has established a Community Real Estate program to fulfill our long term vision of building vibrant, diverse, proud and forward thinking communities in which residents can call San Francisco their permanent home and own their own homes and businesses.
Small Business Loan Officer
MEDA is seeking competitive candidates who demonstrate the ability to build business relationships within Latino and immigrant communities to generate referrals and source leads that meet Adelante Fund’s lending criteria and mission. Our Small Business Loan Officer will originate, package, and close qualified loan applications for business loans up to $100,000. Adelante Fund’s target market includes a wide spectrum of businesses, ranging from small, informal cash-based businesses with no formal credit and limited documentation to businesses with up to $1,000,000 in sales and 10-20 employees.
Technology Training Coordinator
Reporting to the Workforce Development Program Manager, the Technology Training Coordinator will be responsible for technology-based training within MEDA’s workforce program. This position will design, develop, and implement the technology-based workforce development training program serving all San Franciscans, focusing on low-income, Latinos and immigrants.