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Careers at Community Capital of Vermont

Come share our enthusiasm for supporting the small businesses that build Vermont’s economy!

Community Capital is the preferred lender statewide for entrepreneurs who require business start-up and expansion financing but are unable to secure bank financing. We serve as a stepping stone for businesses that want to build the sales, experience, and credit to become sustainable and successful long-term. Since 1995, Community Capital has helped Vermonters create and retain jobs, build wealth, and enhance our downtowns and working landscape.

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We Are Invested in Vermont

By supporting local food, products and other businesses, Community Capital and our borrowers connect manufacturing, agriculture, downtowns, and the recreation economy to the Vermont brand.

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We Are Borrower-Focused

From inquiry to ongoing technical assistance, we focus on our
borrowers’ needs. If we don’t have what they need, we work hard to find it.

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We Are Agile

As a small team, we are able to be responsive to changes in local trends and the lending landscape.

Help Wanted: Loan Administrator

Community Capital of Vermont has an immediate opening for a Loan Administrator to support our mission of helping Vermont small businesses. The ideal candidate will have a background in consumer financial services and experience with lending. Community Capital is a a Non-Profit Certified Development Financial Institution.

The Loan Administrator is responsible for ongoing client contact, maintaining our loan servicing database, preparing loan closing documents, maintaining client files, supporting loan servicing and collections, and additional administrative tasks as needed. Attention to detail, strong communication skills, and the ability to work independently are required. This opportunity is in Barre and offers a 25 hour a week flexible schedule with the option to work remotely after training.

Benefits include a flexible schedule, paid time off, and a retirement plan. Starting salary of $19 – $21 per hour depending on experience.  Please apply by sending a resume and cover letter to Alexander Rob at [email protected] or call 802-479-0167 x2 for more information.

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A Success Story: Sarah DeFelice, Bailey Road, Montpelier

Amid the Montpelier clothing boutique scene, Bailey Road has carved a niche for itself by providing quality, affordable clothing with a bit of “anthropology” that caters to the Vermont professional. Elegant and finely-constructed office wear takes its place among colorful, textured, and sparkling jewelry and accessories. Community Capital of Vermont provided start-up financing for Sarah, who is also a leader in her local downtown business association.

How Will You Use Your Loan?

Are you ready to pursue a new business idea, or expand your current business? Give Community Capital a call, stop by our office in Barre, or fill out an online Loan Inquiry. Let’s connect and see if Community Capital business financing and business advising support is right for you.