CPP is an affordable housing development company with more than 11,000 units spread across the U.S. Since its founding in 2004, CPP has invested more than $2.6 billion to enhance, restore and preserve the affordability of aging communities and provide quality homes for thousands of seniors, families, and individuals. With its creative mindset and unwavering vision, CPP proposes big, bold and better solutions that build community and serve the greater good. Creativity. Performance. Purpose. A different way to home.
CPP is rapidly growing a diverse portfolio of multifamily assets and is thrilled to announce the addition of an intern to supplement the efforts of the East Coast development team. As the company expands into new markets across the United States, this is an exciting opportunity to learn from a dynamic group of professionals.
In this role, you will assist in managing large-scale multifamily development projects from design inception through construction completion.
Tasks may include the following:
Required Education & Experience
Job Title: Manager, Financial Analyst
Job Level: Manager
As a Manager, you will work for a company that invests in ways to tell stories, view trends, and diagnose results in a more compelling and visual nature. You will have the opportunity to partner with business customers on driving strategic business direction that leads to sustainable performance and you will be asked to challenge our current well-managed processes to be more proactive, effective and efficient.
The Credit Risk Management Allowance team is a critical part of the value chain connecting different lines of business, finance, accounting, loss forecasting teams, and senior corporate leadership and provides detailed corporate allowance determination that feeds into corporate outlooks, regulatory stress testing, earnings releases, and other financial projections. The team builds a holistic understanding of allowance determination in light of economic and regulatory changes, internal strategy and policy developments, and general trends in customer behavior.
Roles require strong leadership, problem solving strategic thinking, and influencing skills in order to effectively:
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