Learn about job openings, internships, and fellowships available at CNHED membership organizations and throughout the sector.

The fee for posting community development-related job openings for non-CNHED members is $100 per 31 days of a given calendar month. Active, dues-paying CNHED members may post community development-related job openings from their organizations for free. Please email Rayna Whitted rwhitted@cnhed.org for questions or click the button above to submit a job post.

  • Chief Executive Officer NeighborWorks Capital


    Reporting to the Board of Directors, the CEO’s responsibilities include leader, capital raiser, risk manager, marketer, and relationship manager. Specifically, the CEO will:

    Duties and Responsibilities

    • Ensure that the organization develops and operates under a relevant strategic plan and guide the organization toward accomplishing the strategic plan’s goals and objectives. If necessary, recommend adjustments to the goals and objectives.
    • Evaluate and pursue appropriate opportunities that enable the organization to meet or exceed its strategic goals and achieve greater impact, ensuring all programs, policies, and plans are in concert with the organization’s mission.
    • Lead the staff in developing annual plans that move the organization forward in pursuing the goals and objectives in the plan. Report on progress and challenges to the Board of Directors.
    • Build relationships, including with the Board of Directors, Board Committee members, NWA, other CDFI leaders, investors, funders, and other key stakeholders.
    • Maintain and increase NC’s positive strong identity within the NeighborWorks network and the broader world of community development.

    Capital Raising

    • Lead the efforts to raise appropriate capital for the organization to ensure an adequate supply of appropriate capital to meet the evolving needs of NWOs, including longer term capital for permanent loans.
    • Stay abreast of innovative CDFI capitalization strategies and recommend appropriate directions to the Board of Directors; work with the CFO to implement the capitalization plan.
    • Develop and maintain strong relationships with NWA, other funders and investors, and potential funders and investors.
    • Ensure NC is in compliance with investor covenants and requirements.


    • Provide leadership and supervision to the members of the Senior Team to ensure that customer service, loan production, portfolio and capital/financial management, and reporting systems are timely, efficient, and of high quality, and that the activities of all divisions are in alignment with the mission and strategic goals.
    • Strengthen the organization’s leadership development and human resource systems for individual development, performance planning, training, recognition, reward, and career growth.
    • Attract, hire, supervise, and retain a well-qualified, diverse, and capable team.
    • Ensure a firm organizational commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion internally and externally.

    Marketing & Communication

    • Manage and grow the organization’s capacity to lend and implement all of its products and services.
    • Build and maintain a strong customer orientation with NWOs to help meet their financing demand.
    • Build the brand of the organization and ensure that it operates with an appropriate marketing strategy to accomplish its goals.
    • Act as the chief spokesperson to media, partners, and stakeholders.
    • Work with staff and consultants to develop annual reports, marketing materials, and an appropriate social media presence for the organization.

    Personal Characteristics and Professional Qualifications:
    The ideal candidate will be mission driven. They must be highly organized with strong planning, management, supervisory, and motivational skills. They also must possess:

    • Entrepreneurial and strategic leadership with substantial experience in community development and affordable housing finance.
    • Experience working with diverse communities and organizations.
    • Community Development Financial Institution (CDFI) experience preferred.
    • Demonstrated ability to think strategically, balanced by the capacity to implement lending programs, capitalization strategies, and marketing efforts.
    • A track record of forming and implementing partnerships with the private, public, and nonprofit sectors.
    • Demonstrated ability to raise private, public, and foundation capital. Experience in attracting new and innovative capital is beneficial.
    • Comfort working with a broad range of personalities, cultures, and styles and for building and supporting a strong team.
    • An action-oriented, creative, innovative, and analytic work style.
    • Minimum of five years of senior managerial and ten years of relevant professional experience.
    • Willingness to travel up to 25% of the time.

    NC is planning to offer a base salary of $270K to $320K and offers an excellent benefits package that includes medical, dental, short- and long-term disability, 11 paid holidays, generous PTO & sick leave, life insurance, 6% contribution to 401(k), transportation subsidy, and the potential for a performance bonus.


    It is NC’s commitment to treat all its employees and candidates for employment with dignity and respect and to provide a workplace that is free from discrimination, whether that discrimination is based on race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability, political affiliation, marital status, membership in an employee organization, age, sexual orientation, gender identity, pregnancy, or other non-merit factors. NC is committed to diversity and inclusion, and our goal is to have a workforce that is representative of the communities we serve.


    To apply, upload resume and cover letter by clicking here. For other inquiries, contact Peggy Sand. No other application materials will be reviewed at this time. Resume review begins immediately.

  • Director of Philanthropic Initiatives Grounded Solutions Network

    About the Position

    We are seeking a dynamic, self-motivated, and experienced Director of Philanthropic Initiatives who is inspired by our vision to advance housing justice at scale, leading to more inclusive communities across the nation. This is an exciting opportunity for someone to help shape organizational fundraising culture.  We have developed and implemented an existing strategic fundraising plan to sustain and grow our organization. We typically raise $4 to $5 million in annual revenue and desire to increase that revenue to at least $7 million per year. We are seeking a Director of Philanthropic Initiatives, reporting to the Chief Executive Officer, who will expand our philanthropic relationships to diversify and grow our fundraising success. The ideal candidate will possess a strong foundation in non-profit fundraising operations, enjoy combining high-level strategy with hands-on proactive implementation, be willing to “roll up their sleeves” to achieve annual fundraising target goals, and be energized by the opportunity to serve as a public-facing representative for the organization.

    Building on Grounded Solutions Network’s history of securing six- and seven-figure support, the Director will focus on cultivating new and expanding existing funder relationships with a diverse set of national and local foundations and corporations. The Director will also be directly responsible for planning and executing a new program to grow revenue from individual donors by implementing an integrated path to identify, cultivate, solicit, and steward relationships with individual donors at every level. This position closely collaborates with the Chief Executive Officer and Senior Leadership Team to implement organization-wide and program-specific development strategies. The Director will also partner with the Board Chair, Board of Directors fundraising committee, and key stakeholders to help formulate overall strategy and direction for the organization. The candidate will join a highly collaborative team of 20+ colleagues who have a shared passion for the organization and its mission.

    Key Responsibilities

    Leadership (20%)

    • Establish and achieve annual fundraising goals.
    • Lead the development of departmental fundraising strategies and play a key role in shaping organization-wide fundraising strategy making.
    • Work with the executive team to refine strategy, protocol, and procedures related to the fundraising program; communicate priorities internally to staff.
    • Implement fund development plans in accordance with ethical fundraising principles.
    • Generate targeted external messages related to donor communications.
    • In collaboration with the Director of Communications, create content for fundraising materials and presentations.

    Resource Development (60%)

    • Identify, research, and evaluate prospective individual, corporate, and foundation donors to evaluate trends and opportunities that align with Grounded Solutions strategic mission focus to expand our existing donor prospect pipeline.
    • Lead, manage and coordinate a cultivation and stewardship program that includes one-on-one meetings, annual signature cultivation events, regular communications and reports, and other initiatives to engage and inform prospective donors.
    • Conduct in-person cultivation, briefing and solicitation meetings, independently and in partnership with Grounded Solutions’ executive and volunteer leadership and senior staff.
    • Assume primary responsibility for developing and executing all funding proposal submissions.
    • Monitor and report regularly on the progress of the development program.

    Fundraising Operations (20%)

    • Oversee and coordinate the development of systems, policies, and procedures to support fundraising operations, including customization (as needed), and administration of a Salesforce donor database that respects the privacy and confidentiality of donor information.
    • Oversee and coordinate efforts to acknowledge, recognize, and record all gifts to Grounded Solutions in a consistent and timely manner.
    • Prepare regular reports on progress related to fundraising and the management of the fund development activities.
    • Monitor and analyze budget reports on fund development revenues and expenditures and recommend changes as necessary.
    • Other job-related duties as assigned.

    Qualifications for Entry into this Position 

    Knowledge, Skills and Abilities

    • At least eight years of progressive development experience, preferably with an affordable housing, community development, social justice, civil rights, policy, and/or membership association nonprofit.
    • Bachelor’s degree from an accredited four-year college or university.
    • Successful track record of soliciting and closing corporate, foundation, and/ or individual gifts at all levels with an emphasis on six- and seven-figure gifts.
    • Passionate about organization’s mission to advance housing solutions with lasting affordability.
    • Experience in growing and managing a portfolio of corporate, foundation, and individual donors.
    • Experience managing donor engagement, cultivation, and stewardship.
    • Familiarity with fundraising administration (best practices, protocol, procedures, and record/ data management).
    • Strong supervisory skills and ability to work with staff located remotely across the country.
    • Strong organizational skills that include attention to detail, time management, resourcefulness when meeting challenges, and the ability to adapt to changing priorities.
    • Strong proficiency required in MS Office Suite; and direct experience required in use of a CRM system to manage and track annual fundraising progress, Salesforce preferred.
    • Excellent diplomacy, verbal and written communication skills, time management, and attention to detail.
    • Highly self-motivated with a history of achieving results and remaining accountable while working autonomously.
    • Ability to implement an entrepreneurial approach to fundraising with the capacity to generate new donor relationships, identify top opportunities, and effectively maximize revenue potential.
    • Experience in fostering collaboration across a national decentralized organization preferred.
    • Certified Fund Raising Executive (CFRE) certification a plus.
    • Willingness to work occasional evenings and weekends, as required.

    Travel required

    Occasional out-of-state travel approximately 5 to 10 trips per year, to attend meetings, conferences, and fundraising events.


    This position is based in Washington, DC. Due to COVID-19 impacts, employees are primarily working remotely until it is safe to fully return to the office, but applicants must be willing to transition to an office or co-working location when it is safe to do so. All staff are expected to demonstrate the ability to work remotely while maintaining high levels of efficiency and productivity and communicating effectively with their direct supervisor and colleagues.

    Starting Salary Range

    $90k to $125k annually, commensurate with experience.

    COVID-19 Requirements

    Grounded Solutions Network is requiring all staff to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 by January 1, 2022.  All candidates must be fully vaccinated or plan to be fully vaccinated by their start date.  ‘Fully vaccinated’ means that two weeks have passed since a second dose of the 2-dose series for the Pfizer or Moderna vaccines, or a single dose of the Johnson & Johnson’s vaccine. Offers of employment will be contingent on compliance with Grounded Solutions Network’s COVID-19 vaccination policy.  A current employee or applicant (i) who is disabled or who has a qualifying medical condition that contraindicates a COVID-19 vaccination, or (ii) who objects to being vaccinated on the basis of a sincerely held religious belief, observance or practice may request an exemption from this vaccination policy.

    Join our team and build your career with us!

    We offer:

    • Supportive, stimulating and collaborative environment with passionate colleagues dedicated to building community and equity.
    • Opportunities for professional growth and development.
    • Competitive, comprehensive benefits package including health, dental, matching 401k and paid time off.

    This search is being run by NRG Consulting Group. Please contact jobs@nrgconsultinggroup.org with questions.

  • Director of Property Management Jubilee Housing

    Position Description:

    Jubilee is looking for a Director of Property Management to lead the day-to-day operations of its Washington, DC portfolio. The Director of Property Management will organize, direct and monitor all of Jubilee’s property management activities and property management staff, housed across the various multi-family buildings within its portfolio. The ideal candidate will be adept in building, managing and motivating a staff focused on the details that allow Jubilee to provide quality housing and timely service to the residents, routinely achieve its internal performance benchmarks, and comply with the requirements of its many local and federal financial and regulatory stakeholders.

    The successful candidate will directly supervise the Senior Community Manager of the JHI portfolio, the Community Manager of the TOPA portfolio, the Facilities Manager and the Compliance Specialist, with oversight of all direct reports to these positions including maintenance, leasing, rent collection, resident income certifications and, in tandem with the Director of Asset Management, program compliance.

    Reporting & Working Relationships:

    This position reports directly to the COO and works closely with Jubilee’s Senior Management Team, particularly with the Vice President of Finance, Director of Asset Management and Director of Real Estate Development.

    Essential Job Functions:

    Departmental Leadership and Property Oversight

    • Create, refine and implement property management operational policies and procedures.
    • Visit sites on a regular basis, along with Facilities Manager, to establish and ensure physical standards.
    • Mentor staff and monitor ongoing issues at the properties.
    • Lead in the development and training of all departmental staff in carrying out the department’s policies and procedures with a particular focus on resident retention practices; reporting; and best industry practices for operating procedures such as rent collections, evictions, property management accounting and budget monitoring, maintenance, unit turnover protocols, and purchasing.
    • Direct staff in preparing for reviews by regulatory agencies, lenders and investors and attend in preparation for these inspections. Review responses to findings or citations and ensure they are complete and submitted to the agencies on time.
    • Oversee the preparation and timely implementation of preventive maintenance programs, identify capital needs, and monitor preparation for physical inspections.
    • Oversee the hiring, training, evaluation and preparation of regular performance reviews for the department’s staff in coordination with the Human Resources department.
    • Ensure that each property has a management and marketing plan tailored to any unique characteristics of the property that will guide site staff in the marketing, leasing, management and maintenance of the property.
    • Represent Jubilee on property management matters in meetings with tenant advocates, governmental agencies, funders, and other stakeholders

    Leasing & Collections:

    • Ensure that site teams prepare and follow marketing and outreach plans to ensure healthy waitlists, and that staff understand and follow fair housing laws including reasonable accommodation procedures and policy.
    • Secure compliance with current applicable DC landlord-tenant laws and ensure that lease provisions are consistently enforced.
    • Monitor rent collections procedures for tenant and subsidy receivables and review collections results with site teams on a monthly basis.
    • Ensure compliance with eligibility requirements of applicable funding regimes, such as Low Income Housing Tax Credits, Local Rent Supplement Program and others.

    Budget Management:

    • Review and create annual site budgets with the Vice President of Finance and submit complete budget to the COO for approval in a timely manner.
    • Approve all market rent changes, write-offs and reimbursements.
    • Perform monthly financial reviews with site teams to ensure compliance with budget and explain variances.
    • Review long term capital plans for properties with the Community Managers, Director of Asset Management and Facilities Manager and make recommendations as needed.
    • Prepare and present monthly status reports of key property performance indicators (occupancy, budget-to-actual performance, average days vacant, rental collection rates, etc.) to leadership team and Board of Directors.
    • Coordinate with the Director of Asset Management any compliance reporting due to any regulator, lender, investor or other stakeholder to whom such reports are required.

    Desired Qualifications:

    • Minimum of 8-10 years property management experience in increasingly responsible affordable rental housing positions.
    • 5+ years’ experience supervising site teams of Section 8/Housing Choice Vouchers and/or LIHTC properties.
    • Experience participating in the acquisition of occupied multi-family properties requiring tenant relocation as part of a comprehensive property repositioning and renovation is a plus.
    • Knowledge of the Section 42 Low-Income Housing Tax Credit program, various HUD- assisted and other similar affordable housing programs.
    • Strong knowledge of local and federal Fair Housing laws.
    • COS and LIHTC certifications a must. REAC, Section 8 and Section 515 experience a plus.
    • Bachelor’s degree in management/finance or equivalent industry experience.
    • Demonstrated leadership using performance incentives and team-building strategies.
    • Excellent organization skills, with the ability to handle multiple simultaneous projects in a fast-paced, deadline driven environment.
    • Strong interpersonal, written, and verbal communication skills.
    • Proficiency in Microsoft Office, One-Site, and related industry software.


    $80 – $100k


    Benefits include health, vision, and dental insurance, STD, LTD, and Life insurances, paid vacation, sick leave, holidays, transportation stipend and a matched contribution retirement plan.

    Background, Reference Checks, and Drug Screening:

    Finalist(s) for this position will be subject to a drug screening and will be required to consent to a pre-employment background and reference checks as a condition of employment.


    • As a condition of employment, all external candidates must provide proof that you are fully vaccinated from COVID-19, as of your first day of employment, unless a request for an accommodation has been approved or agree to. If you are not vaccinated, you must agree to having testing done at least once a week.
    • “Fully vaccinated” means two (2) weeks have passed since your last dose of a two-dose series or two (2) weeks after a single-dose vaccination.

    To Apply:

    Please email your resume and a cover letter to jjohnson@jubileehousing.org. Please reference Director of Property Management in the subject line.

    Jubilee Housing is an Equal Opportunity Employer

  • Real Estate Development Coordinator Jubilee Housing

    Position Description:

    The Real Estate Development Coordinator is responsible for managing activities and workflows associated with Jubilee’s affordable housing and commercial real estate development pipeline. The role reports to the Director of Real Estate and works closely with internal team and external partners. An exciting new position within the organization that works with project execution for multiple projects simultaneously.

    Specific Duties:

    • Assists the team with overall project execution
    • Ensures compliance with project business plan in all aspects of the development process
    • Responsible for project controls, such as scheduling and budget tracking
    • Tracks and manages information flow for projects

    Desired Qualifications:

    • Degree in real estate project management preferred; or other equivalent experience
    • Strong quantitative skills
    • Proficient in data and project management programs
    • Smart, highly motivated, persistent problem solver
    • Effective communicator and relationship manager


    $60 – $75k, commensurate with experience.


    Benefits include health, vision, and dental insurance, STD, LTD, and Life insurances, paid vacation, sick leave, holidays, transportation stipend and a matched contribution retirement plan.

    Background, Reference Checks, and Drug Screening:

    Finalist(s) for this position will be subject to a drug screening and will be required to consent to a pre-employment background and reference checks as a condition of employment.


    • As a condition of employment, all external candidates must provide proof that you are fully vaccinated from COVID-19, as of your first day of employment, unless a request for an accommodation has been approved or agree to. If you are not vaccinated, you must agree to having testing done at least once a week.
    • “Fully vaccinated” means two (2) weeks have passed since your last dose of a two-dose series or two (2) weeks after a single-dose vaccination.

    To Apply:

    Please email your resume and a cover letter to rmannon@jubileehousing.org. Please reference Real Estate Development Coordinator in the subject line.

    Jubilee Housing is an Equal Opportunity Employer

  • Lead Case Worker Samaritan Ministry

    SMGW seeks is seeking an enthusiastic, engaging, and dedicated person to provide casework to existing participants, recruit new participants through community connections, track participants’ progress on goals, and collaborate with volunteers to provide the best possible participant experience.

  • STRIVE Career Readiness Trainer Samaritan Ministry

    SMGW seeks a STRIVE Trainer whose primary role is to lead the STRIVE job readiness training for Samaritan Ministry. This training is based on a nationally recognized curriculum with demonstrated results. The trainer will select, plan, create and implement daily lesson plans, assign and check homework, and provide individual sessions as is warranted. The person in this position will collaborate with the program team on referrals and participants’ progress, and report to the Program Director (PD).

  • Executive Director Bright Beginnings

    Bright Beginnings seeks an Executive Director to build on a 30-year tradition of delivering nurturing and evidence-based educational, therapeutic, and social services to children and their families experiencing homelessness in the Washington, DC region. The Executive Director will contribute leadership to programming that will empower children to learn, succeed academically, and achieve their dreams while their families move from homelessness to self-sufficiency.

    The Position
    Reporting to the Board of Directors, the Executive Director will embody and fortify Bright Beginnings’ commitment to excellence and equity by attending to the whole child and incorporating a two-generation approach, being a learning organization, and having an evidence-based, data driven culture. The Executive Director of Bright Beginnings is responsible for the smooth and efficient operation of a quality Head Start program for infant/toddlers including the educational, health, nutrition, social services, and parental involvement for homeless pre-school children. The Executive Director also:

    Community-Facing Functions
    • Represents the Center in the larger community and in advocacy arenas to help respond to the needs of low-income children and their families.
    • Ensures the maintenance and upkeep of the Center so that it remains welcoming to families and conducive to learning and creative exploration.
    • Participates in fundraising and development, which includes proposal writing independently and as a team member with Board members, staff, and consultants.
    • Establishes new resources and maintain existing support (in-kind, financial, partnerships, volunteers, and interns) to enhance the Center’s ability to serve children.
    • Maintains collaborative relationships with foundation representatives, contract monitors, and other key partners such as the Office of Head Start, the Office of the State Superintendent of Education (OSSE), and other directors of community-based organizations that align with the mission of Bright Beginnings.

    Staff Supervision
    • Supervises staff to ensure maximum parent participation through the establishment and development of Parent Policy Council, Parent Internship Program, and cohort programming aligned to parent’s goals on the Family Partnership Agreement.
    • Supervises the Education and the Program Directors in developing appropriate programs for Board approval.
    • Recruits, trains, and evaluates staff on an on-going basis. This includes the clear establishment of annual performance goals, corrective action for poor performance, regular staff meetings, and development of job descriptions. Governance and Operations
    • Attends all Board meetings and retreats, as directed, including the preparation of a mont

    Governance and Operations
    • Attends all Board meetings and retreats, as directed, including the preparation of a monthly program report, which serves to inform the Board of program activities, accomplishments, challenges, and the evolving needs of the client population.
    • Develops annual program budget for Board Approval.
    • Monitors and approves all expenditures and ensures appropriate management of all program revenue in collaboration with the Accountant, President, and Treasurer of the Board.
    • Communicates interim financial needs with the Board in a timely fashion to maximize resources and eliminate program disruptions.
    • Ensures compliance with all federal and local government licensing and reporting requirements and regulations, including writing reports required by funders (private and public).
    • Ensures the adherence to the highest level of practice and ethics standards, consistent with the mission and character of Bright Beginnings, Inc.

    Skills and Attributes
    Ideal candidates for this position will share a philosophy and mission compatible with the goals and purposes of Bright Beginnings. They must also believe in Bright Beginnings’ values of:
    Community, Integrity, Respect,  Professionalism

    The committee welcomes applicants with a variety of experiences and attributes, including:
    • Demonstrated administrative ability to plan, organize, direct, evaluate and refine comprehensive services to children and their families.
    • Comprehensive working knowledge of early childhood education, including theories and principles of human growth and development, broad working knowledge relative to the needs of homeless children, including experience with exceptional needs.
    • Nonprofit Management Experience.
    • Established track record in curriculum and program development.
    • Head Start administrative experience strongly preferred.
    • Fundraising experience, and the ability to assess an organization’s need for resources to operate effectively and attain sustainability.
    • Relationship building capacity to become acclimated to the community, partners, staff, and board.
    • Ability to lead, motivate, and supervise a team of professionals serving low- income families.
    • Change management capabilities to guide staff following a transition in an ever-evolving world.
    • Effective verbal and written communications with experience in advocacy, public relations, proposal writing, fundraising and policy development.
    • Master’s degree in Early Childhood Administration or related field with five (5) years post master’s degree experience in childcare or similar setting working with children ages 0-5 from low-income backgrounds.

    Bright Beginnings offers a benefits package that includes medical, dental, vision, and retirement. Salary will be competitive and commensurate with experience.

    Application Process
    To apply, upload resume, cover letter, and salary requirements here. No other documents will be collected and reviewed at this time. For inquiries, contact Olive Idehen at Olive.Idehen@marcumllp.com or Adrienne O’Rourke at Adrienne.Orourke@marcumllp.com. Resume review begins immediately and will continue until a candidate is hired by the organization.

    BBI is an Equal Opportunity Employer. It is our policy and commitment to recruit, hire, train, and promote individuals, as well as administer all personnel actions, without regard to race, color, religion, creed, age, sex, national origin, ancestry, marital status, veteran status, sexual orientation, status as a qualified disabled individual, personal appearance, family responsibilities, matriculation, gender identity or expression, political affiliation, place of residence, or membership in any other class protected in accordance with applicable laws. Decisions regarding recruiting, hiring, and promotions are made on the basis of individual qualifications related to the requirements of the position. Likewise, the administration of other human resources matters such as compensation, benefits, transfers, reductions-in-force, recall, training, education and social/recreational programs are free from any discriminatory practices.

  • Employment Specialist Building Bridges Across the River, Skyland Workforce Center


    Position Title: Employment Specialist

    Status: Full-Time

    Salary: $45,000

    Reports to: Director of Skyland Workforce Center


    Building Bridges Across the River (Building Bridges) provides residents East of the Anacostia River access to the best-in-class facilities, programs and partnerships in arts and culture, economic opportunity, education, recreation, health and well-being. Building Bridges Across the River (Building Bridges) envisions a future in which the residents East of the Anacostia River experience vital, thriving communities characterized by social, cultural, economic and racial equity. In order to combat past and current structural inequities, Building Bridges develops and manages facilities and programs in Wards 7 and 8 including the Town Hall Education Arts Recreation Campus (THEARC), THEARC Farm, THEARC Theater, 11th Street Bridge Park, and Skyland Workforce Center. BBAR’s first facility was THEARC, which at 203,000 square feet represents the largest social service, multisector, nonprofit collaboration in the country.


    The Employment Specialist is employed by Building Bridges Across the River and reports to the Director, Skyland Workforce Center. Skyland Workforce Center is a project of Building Bridges Across the River, a ward 8 nonprofit.

    Skyland Workforce Center (SWC) engages individuals, businesses, government, and community-based organizations to provide a continuum of holistic, high-quality workforce development programs in one location, leading to work-ready employee candidates, job placement, economic self-sufficiency, and improved quality of life.

    Six on-site partners collaborate at the Center: Byte Back, Calvary Women’s Services, Life Asset, Marshall Heights Community Development Organization, Samaritan Ministry of Greater Washington, and Southeast Ministry. Together, they provide a range of services and opportunities to job seekers and others working toward self-sufficiency through employment. In addition to coordinating these organizations’ hallmark programs, the Center also assists local employers with meeting their hiring needs.

    The Employment Specialist works with participants on their job search, helping them develop resumes and complete applications. The Employment Specialist also connects with employers and helps manage training programs. Most responsibilities fall under the categories listed below. However, the duties may shift, and additional responsibilities may be assigned as the Center evolves.


    Job Search Assistance

    • Work with the Case Manager to connect with participants who need help with resume development and job search
    • Assist participants in developing resumes; review resumes and provides suggestions for improvement
    • Record participant progress in the HIRE DC database
    • Help participants identify training needs and make referrals to internal and external training providers
    • Identify barriers to employment and provide referrals to the Case Manager or to other services
    • Assist participants in their job search, including researching opportunities and completing online applications
    • Develops relationships with employers to hire Center participants
    • Coordinate hiring events at the Center
    • Communicate with other workforce providers about opportunities and events


    • Conduct regular check-in calls with participants to follow up on their job search progress
    • Track and report on participant’s activities at 30-, 60-, and 90- day intervals to be used in program and project evaluations


    • Assist the Director with recruiting and training volunteers
    • Coordinate volunteer time slots
    • Schedule participants to work with volunteers

    Training Management

    • Assist the Director in planning and managing on-site training courses

    Office + Project Support

    • Support the Center Director with maintaining a collaborative and welcoming environment for participants and staff
    • Represent the Center at training, meetings, and community events
    • Assist with event logistics, and provide reception coverage as needed


    Key Characteristics

    • Sincere interest in meeting the needs of community members with absolute, genuine respect for every person who walks in the door
    • Outstanding customer service orientation: outgoing, friendly demeanor; ability to respond calmly to people who are frustrated and to de-escalate challenging situations
    • Demonstrable team player, willing to assist as needed
    • Able to take initiative, work independently, and ask for assistance, clarification, and direction when needed
    • Ability to manage multiple tasks and balance competing priorities
    • Flexible and adaptable to shifting needs and priorities
    • Capable of meeting deadlines and performing the work accurately and thoroughly
    • Ability to maintain appropriate personal/professional boundaries

    Skills + Abilities


    • Minimum of 1 year of direct or related experience
    • Proficient computer skills and experience using Microsoft Office
    • Experience using databases and handling confidential information
    • Strong organizational, verbal, and writing skills
    • Experience interacting with people from all walks of life, including those who may display mental health challenges


    • Demonstrable familiarity with local social service providers and resources
    • Previous experience working with community-based nonprofits
    • DC Resident or resident of the neighborhoods immediately surrounding the Center
  • Senior Program Manager of Community Health Design and Innovation John Hopkins Medicine, Sibley Memorial Hospital

    Sibley Memorial Hospital, Johns Hopkins Health System is hiring! Based in Washington D.C., the Senior Program Manager of Community Health Design and Innovation will direct innovation and design initiatives that will advance one of Sibley’s highest strategic priorities, Ward Infinity. Ward Infinity is a social innovation program, pioneered by Johns Hopkins Health System, that drives innovation in healthcare and advances health equity through community-led and community-owned solutions that address social determinants of health. The position will also support, advise, and collaborate on organizational priorities focused on fostering innovation and design within community health, community-based programs, and other opportunity areas, such as patient access and reduction of social barriers for vulnerable populations.


    1. Build effective and mutually beneficial external and internal partnerships with private, public, and community sectors to drive the impact of Ward Infinity, in line with the community engagement priorities of Sibley and Johns Hopkins Medicine.
    2. Establish a shared value framework for Ward Infinity within Sibley, Johns Hopkins Health System, local stakeholders, and the national health innovation community.
    3. Build the brand of Sibley and Johns Hopkins Medicine in Washington, D.C., particularly around our role in innovation, inclusive economic growth, and social impact.
    4. Support, advise, and collaborate with Sibley and Johns Hopkins Health System leadership on organizational strategic priorities focused on fostering innovation within community health, community based programs, and other opportunity areas, such as patient access and reduction of social barriers for key communities.
    5. Strengthen the organization’s approach to social innovation through partnerships with community entrepreneurs, innovators, and community based organizations.
    6. Design necessary external programmatic engagements such as thought leadership, events, and stakeholder convenings, in close coordination with internal partners such as Marketing and Communications, the Sibley Foundation, and other colleagues.


    1. Minimum of 5 years of progressive responsibility and experience directly related to the responsibilities and duties of the job.
    2. Bachelor’s degree required. Advanced degree in policy, public health or related field preferred.
    3. Strong project management experience.
    4. Extensive experience leading health innovation and design thinking required.
    5. Demonstrated experience and subject matter expertise developing programmatic changes in an urban environment, particularly an environment with strong political and community interests.
    6. Experience in grassroots program implementation, community organizing and community capacity building aimed at disrupting the status quo in an urban setting.
    7. Commitment to social justice issues and an understanding of social determining factors that create disparate indications in race, ethnicity, age, gender choice or language spoken.
    8. Knowledge of health, public health, and/or community development policy preferred.
    9. Strong organizational skills and ability to work with and coordinate multifaceted groups across many communities both in teams and independently.

    Sibley Memorial Hospital provides a smoke-free workplace.

    Johns Hopkins Health System and its affiliates are an Equal Opportunity / Affirmative Action employers. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity and expression, age, national origin, mental or physical disability, genetic information, veteran status, or any other status protected by federal, state, or local law.

    Johns Hopkins Health System and its affiliates are drug-free workplace employers.

  • Public Policy & Advisory Services Manager National Housing Trust


    The Public Policy & Advisory Services Manager is an exciting opportunity for an entrepreneurial self-starter with experience in affordable housing. The Public Policy & Advisory Services Manager will work as a member of the Policy Team to advance policy solutions at the local, state, and federal levels that are informed by the real-work experiences of affordable housing providers and residents. NHT has a legacy of innovating, demonstrating, and amplifying bold ideas for affordable housing, and this position offers opportunities to be involved in various Policy Team initiatives. NHT’s core policy priorities are advancing equitable climate benefits in affordable housing, modernizing the housing credit program, and protecting residents and expanding the housing supply, including promoting racial equity in housing outcomes.

    In addition to this work, the Public Policy & Advisory Services Manager will spend time quarterbacking NHT’s growing fee-for-service advisory work, which provides advisory services to cities, states, and other organizations seeking to create and preserve affordable housing and the systems that support it. In collaboration with the Senior Director of State and Local Policy, the Public Policy & Advisory Services Manager develop an organization-wide strategy for this emerging line of business that increases the number of contracts awarded, the revenue generated, and the variety of contracts completed, while drawing on the expertise and staff capacity of all five of NHT’s business lines.


    Under the supervision of the Senior Director of State & Local Policy, the Public Policy & Advisory Services Manager will split their time between two primary responsibilities:

    • advance policy solutions that create and preserve healthy, stable, efficient, and affordable homes. The Public Policy & Advisory Services Manager will:
      • develop and advocate for affordable housing and energy efficiency policy and program recommendations;
      • educate stakeholders about the challenges and benefits of improving the efficiency and health of affordable housing;
      • conduct research to inform policy solutions;
      • build and maintain relationships with partner organizations and work in partnership with coalitions to advance common goals;
      • compellingly communicate NHT’s policy positions to decision-makers;
      • complete various writing deliverables such as policy memos, fact sheets, newsletter articles, sign-on letters, and testimony;
      • raise awareness of and educate on threats to long-term affordability of housing;
      • meet with legislative staff, Congress, Executive Branch, and government agency staff to educate and advocate for federal resources for affordable housing and to protect the Low Income Housing Tax Credit;
      • track policy proposals and implementation relevant to affordable housing;
      • present on affordable housing policies, programs, and trends and national and local conferences and meetings.
    • run point on NHT’s emerging fee-for-service advisory work, identifying and securing fee-for-service consulting opportunities that align with NHT’s mission to preserve and improve affordable multifamily homes to support quality, healthy neighborhoods with a range of housing options so that families of all income levels have an opportunity to thrive. The Public Policy & Advisory Services Manager will:
      • lead the development of an organization-wide strategy for the fee-for-service business line that builds off NHT’s existing expertise and increases impact;
      • identify strategies for new business pursuits, both open request for proposals (RFPs) to which to respond and potential partners with whom NHT should seek to build or strengthen relationships;
      • grow NHT’s fee-for-service work, including collaborating with other staff, setting goals and metrics by which to measure success;
      • collaborate with NHT’s Communication Manager to develop targeted marketing materials promoting NHT’s advisory work;
      • serve as project liaison between each project team and the Senior Director of State & Local Policy.

    Other special projects as assigned.


    This is an extraordinary opportunity for an emerging leader committed to advancing equity and justice by preserving sustainable healthy housing that supports under-resourced renters. While not required, candidates will ideally have 3-5 years’ experience in nonprofit affordable housing, client delivery, and/or business development. Other qualifications could include:

    • Commitment to NHT’s mission, including a deep dedication to assisting low-income families create

    and access opportunities to thrive;

    • Strong persuasive writing skills, including of executive summaries and other critical components of deliverables;
    • Entrepreneurial self-starter who relishes multitasking and is detail-oriented;
    • Excellent interpersonal, organizational and communications skills, both verbal and written skills;
    • Excellent planning and organization skills;
    • Strong computer aptitude skills, including knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite Programs;
    • Ability to integrate thoroughness and attention to details with a big picture, strategic vision.
    • Collaborative spirit and positive attitude (a good sense of humor is a plus);


    The minimum, median, and maximum salary range for this position is $58,504, $78,074, and $97,644 respectively. Salary and benefits are competitive and commensurate with experience.


    Apply for This Job. No phone calls.

    NHT is committed to providing equal employment opportunity in all our employment programs and decisions, including, but not limited to recruitment and hiring. Equal employment opportunity is provided to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, creed, sex, national origin or ancestry, age, marital status, personal appearance, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, family responsibilities, political affiliation, disability, matriculation, genetic information, covered veteran’s status or any other protected characteristic under federal, state or local law. BIPOC applicants, women, and persons with disabilities are especially encouraged to apply. If you have a degree(s), please remove the name of the institution from which it was received on your application, but leave the degree (e.g. “B.A. Political Science).

    NHT requires that all employees maintain ‘Up to Date’ COVID-19 vaccination status, following the CDC guidelines, unless they are eligible for an accommodation due to a disability or sincerely held religious belief or practice that prevents them from receiving the vaccine.

  • Georgetown University Job Openings Georgetown University

    Procurement Manager (2 opportunities), Office of the Chief Financial Officer (OCFO) – Georgetown University

    Job Overview:
     The Office of the Chief Financial Officer has two opportunities for Procurement Manager to oversee the procurement‐related activities for Main Campus/University Services.

    The Procurement Manager has responsibilities that include reporting on procure-to-pay metrics, identifying process improvements, and assisting the Director in policy and department initiatives. They also manage and support Procurement Analysts for the campus, and serve as the direct escalation point for procurement inquiries. As well, they are the Subject Matter Expert on all things procurement and are a direct resource to cluster, campus and OCFO leaders. 

    Work Interactions:
     Reporting directly to the Director of Procurement Services, the Procurement Manager provides weekly/monthly reporting on procurement performance and trends for Main Campus/University Services.

    The Procurement Manager assists the Director with external communications, policy development and departmental/OCFO strategic initiatives; oversees 6 to7 Procurement Analysts; administers training, remediation and performance management; and serves as a liaison to the campuses/OCFO on procurement related issues.


    • Bachelor’s degree in a related field – preference for Master’s degree
    • 5 to 7 years of relevant professional experience
    • 3 to 5 years of management experience
    • Experience in reviewing policy and processes to solve complex issues and identify improvement opportunities
    • Relevant financial acumen – budgeting, transactional support, chart of accounts, requisitions purchase orders, procurement, and travel
    • Proven ability to communicate university, campus, and school policies to leadership and key stakeholders
    • Ability to interpret data and reporting trends in order to adjust processes and support to Procurement Analysts
    • Willingness to assume procure-to-pay activities in times of surge or bandwidth issues
      Ability to run and utilize system/ERP reports for financial management activities
      Attention to detail
    • Professional demeanor, communications skills, and ability to provide exceptional customer service
    • Ability to flex and support additional needs as assigned

    Work Mode:

    Hybrid (2 days On Campus, 3 days Telework). Please note that work mode designations are regularly reviewed in order to meet the evolving needs of the University. Such review may necessitate a change to a position’s mode of work designation. Complete details about Georgetown University’s mode of work designation for staff and AAP positions can be found on the Department of Human Resources Mode of Work Designation.

    Submission Guidelines:

    Please note that in order to be considered an applicant for any position at Georgetown University you must submit a cover letter and resume for each position of interest for which you believe you are qualified. These documents are not kept on file for future positions.

    Need Assistance:

    If you are a qualified individual with a disability and need a reasonable accommodation for any part of the application and hiring process, please click here for more information, or contact the Office of Institutional Diversity, Equity, and Affirmative Action (IDEAA) at 202-687-4798 or ideaa@georgetown.edu.

    Need some assistance with the application process? Please call 202-687-2500. For more information about the suite of benefits, professional development and community involvement opportunities that make up Georgetown’s commitment to its employees, please visit the Georgetown Works website.

    EEO Statement:

    Georgetown University is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer fully dedicated to achieving a diverse faculty and staff.  All qualified applicants are encouraged to apply and will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, age, sex (including pregnancy, gender identity and expression, and sexual orientation), disability status, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law.


    Georgetown University offers a comprehensive and competitive benefit package that includes medical, dental, vision, disability and life insurance, retirement savings, tuition assistance, work-life balance benefits, employee discounts and an array of voluntary insurance options. You can learn more about benefits and eligibility on the Department of Human Resources website.

    COVID-19 Vaccination Requirements:

    The Georgetown University community is committed to our public health approach and the important role that vaccines play in contributing to the safety of our University and our broader communities. Georgetown University requires students, faculty, staff and visitors to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 and to have received a COVID-19 vaccine booster shot when eligible, or to have an approved medical or religious exemption. This requirement applies to all faculty and staff, including teleworking employees. Complete details and updates can be found in the Coronavirus (COVID-19) Resource Center.

  • Community Coordinator WinnCompanies

    Works as a core part of our property management team that supports and enhances the quality of life within one or more communities within a region across Winn’s six key outcome areas: Stable Housing, Employment, Education, Health, Community Engagement and Economic Mobility. Works with residents, partners, and the community staff to identify needs, interests and opportunities for individuals and the community at large. Utilizes community assessments and one-on-one coaching to establish community needs. Builds a targeted network of strong community partners across Winn’s outcome areas to develop and coordinate resource referrals/follow-up, targeted interventions, on and off-site programs and support, and community engagement opportunities.

    • Create and implement an annual Connected Communities plan for the community based on need, interest, and opportunities. Create a comprehensive strategy for program development and implementation, information collection, partnership development, and budget implications. Manage property Connected Communities budget. Review and track goals with Property Managers and Regional Managers.
    • Coordinate resources for residents that address six key community outcomes: housing stability, employment, economic mobility, education, health, and community engagement. Provide direct assistance, program referrals, and 1-1 coaching (when necessary) to individuals and families based on assessed need
    • Establish and maintain relationships with local service providers, resident leadership, community stakeholders, and other community partners in Winn’s 6 key outcome areas. Create and manage Memorandums of Agreement (MOUs) with third parties providing services and programs on and off-site for residents.
    • Utilizing Apricot 360, collect, manage, report on, and analyze resident data, and ensure accuracy and consistency with established data. Data is collected through annual resident surveys, resident touchpoints, community programs, activities, and partner reporting.
    • Effectively develop methods of communication with residents, including but not limited to quarterly community meetings, a monthly community newsletter, event flyers, and social media updates.
    • Actively participate in professional development opportunities provided by the region, department, and Winn.

    • High School diploma or GED
    • 1-3 years experience
    • Advanced skills with Microsoft applications which include Outlook, Word, Excel, PowerPoint or Access and other web based applications. Produce complex documents, perform analysis and maintain databases.
    • Ability to summarize and communicate moderately complex information in varied written formats to internal and external customers.
    • Provide a high level of customer service to meet customer service standards and expectations for the assigned responsibilities.
    • Some locations require language proficiency in Spanish or Amharic

    Preferred Qualifications
    Bachelor’s degree in Social Work, Business, Public Policy or related field

  • Specialist, National Homeownership Programs & Lending NeighborWorks

    *Due to the current pandemic circumstances and our commitment to provide the highest care for our community, NeighborWorks America requires all new employees to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 before being hired. Candidates should be prepared to submit proof of COVID-19 vaccination upon hire or discuss accommodations in line with COVID-19 safety protocols.”

    Purpose of Division:

    The National Initiatives Division of NeighborWorks® America (NeighborWorks) is responsible for developing, testing, and managing innovative national programs and services designed in support of the approximately 240 NeighborWorks Organizations with the overall objective of sustaining a network of excellence that creates opportunities for people to live affordable homes, improve their lives and strengthen their communities.

    In addition, the division oversees grant programs beyond the NeighborWorks Network, including other non-profit and governmental agencies throughout the country. The areas of focus within National Initiatives include homeownership and lending, financial capability, community and resident engagement and real estate programs. The division is led by the Senior Vice President of National Initiatives, who is responsible for establishing the priorities and procedures for programmatic and grant offerings. Work is performed under the direct supervision of the Sr. Manager

    Position Summary:

    Reporting to the Senior Manager of National Homeownership Program & Lending, this specialist works within the National Initiatives Division to support network strategies that ensure successful sustainable homeownership. The specialist will support the network and other NeighborWorks’ divisions through data analysis, communication efforts, supporting the operations for the HUD Housing Counseling program and the National Full Cycle Homeownership Certification Program, and oversight of the network of NeighborWorks HomeOwnership Centers. This specialist will also be responsible for coordinating with the program Budget Manager and the Procurement division for all professional services acquired under the HUD Housing Counseling program. This a term-limited, full-time position.

    Essential Duties/Responsibilities:

    Assisting in the NeighborWorks Network’s readiness for the HUD housing counselor certification program.

    Assistance with preparing the application for the Comprehensive HUD Housing Counseling Notice of Funding Availability (NOFA).

    Providing support and technical assistance as the program expert to sub-grantees of the HUD Housing Counseling program.

    Developing the design of HUD Housing Counseling Program quality control and compliance efforts;

    Gathering and analyzing homeownership network data to assess level of network performance and activity across homeownership lines of business.

    Supporting the policy updates and document designs for NeighborWorks Homeownership Centers and the rebranding of Full-Cycle Homeownership.

    Managing the NeighborWorks Full Cycle Homeownership National Certification Program in coordination with the Field and Organizational Assessment Divisions.

    Maintaining a newsletter to regularly update network member’s information

    Facilitating quarterly training sessions with HUD Housing Counseling subgrantees via zoom.

    Other job-related duties as assigned.

    Nature of Work Contacts:

    NeighborWorks® America leadership and staff including National Housing Counseling program, NeighborWorks® America Officers and managers, and staff in each of NeighborWorks® America’s four Districts and the Washington, DC headquarters.

    NeighborWorks® organizations, national HUD-approved housing counseling intermediaries, and state Housing Finance Agencies.

    Leaders from staff of local, state, regional, and national organizations, and government agencies.

    External consultants, including evaluators, researchers, financial coaches, trainers, writers/editors, and others.


    Required Minimum Qualifications:

    (a) Education: Bachelor’s degree in public policy, public affairs, nonprofit management, or related field.

    (b) Experience: 2-3 years professional experience in developing and implementing projects and initiatives, administering, and awarding grants, communicating, and presenting project and policy information, managing budgets.

    (c) Licenses, Certifications: None specified.

    (d) Competencies, Knowledge, Skills & Abilities:

    Housing Counseling Industry knowledge

    Demonstrated management of multiple complex projects in a fast-paced team environment paired with the ability to meet critical deadlines. This includes managing timelines and coordinating with a diverse group that will include but not be limited to staff, consultants, and advisors from within and outside the NeighborWorks® network.

    Strong analytical skills, systems, and problem-solving skills needed to initiate and prepare reports and recommend/implement system solutions.

    Strong interpersonal skills with a demonstrated ability to establish and maintain effective working relationship with others and successfully interact with people at all management and support levels, as well as people of diverse socio-economic backgrounds.

    Excellent verbal and written skills, including the ability to edit and critique writing.

    Demonstrated ability to solve complex problems, analyze quantitative and qualitative information, and make recommendations.

    Accomplishments that reflect teamwork, integrity, effectiveness, and efficiency, including demonstrated leadership, ability to influence and bring about consensus, and to work independently.

    Maintain timely and regular attendance.

    (e) NeighborWorks America Staff are expected to demonstrate excellence in the following:

    Sensitivity to racial, gender, sexual orientation, and cultural differences

    Effective, respectful, and timely communications with internal and external stakeholders

    Listening effectively, seeks and accepts feedback

    Effective teamwork

    Analytic, thoughtful and strategic thinking

    (f) Technology: Proficient use of Microsoft Office suite. Excellent database and spreadsheet skills required.

    Preferred Qualifications: None specified.

    Working Conditions:

    (a) Travel: up to 20%

    (b) Physical/Sensory Demands Fast-paced working environment, extensive computer usage. Must be able to work independently. Must be able to communicate and collaborate effectively with senior leaders within NeighborWorks America, the NeighborWorks Network and the nonprofit sector.

  • Program Manager Department of Insurance Securities and Banking - DISB

    The Department of Insurance Securities and Banking (DISB) is looking to hire a Program Manager to support the operations of DISB’s Financial Empowerment Center.

    Job Description

    Plans, directs, evaluates, and supervises activities of the District’s Financial Empowerment Center; develops and recommends policies and procedures for the administration and operation for the Financial Empowerment Center; informs internal audiences, the public, and target groups regarding OFEE programs, activities, and services that relate to the Financial Empowerment Center.  Manages a subordinate staff of the OFEE; ensures that employee development plans are established, and internal and external on-the-job training is available for professional growth; evaluates staff work performance, and recommends promotions, incentives, and disciplinary action.  Provides critical analyses and evaluations of the effectiveness of current and projected program activities. Provides technical assistance in the design, development, and implementation of improved program designs and operations. Reviews and analyzes planning and operating activities of major program areas administered by the OFEE.

  • Real Estate Development Manager Mission First Housing Group

    Mission First Housing Group is seeking a full-time Real Estate Development Manager for the DMV region. The Real Estate Development Manager will have responsibility for identifying and managing affordable and mixed-income multi-family real estate development projects, overseeing feasibility, project development, and financial structuring through project completion.

  • Tenant Organizer Housing Counseling Services

    Housing Counseling Services (HCS) seeks an energetic self-starter to provide outreach, training, and technical assistance to low and moderate-income District tenants. The Tenant Organizer will join a dynamic team of co-workers who seek to empower low and moderate-income tenants through education and outreach. The Tenant Organizer will provide technical assistance to tenants so that they understand their rights and opportunities and can make their own informed housing choices.
    HCS is a nonprofit 501(c)3 organization founded in 1972 to provide comprehensive housing counseling, training, advocacy, and technical assistance to low and moderate-income tenants, homebuyers, homeowners, and the homeless. Our goal is to build sustainable communities through informed housing consumers.

  • District Bridges – Multiple Positions District Bridges

    District Bridges is growing. Do you want to work for a dynamic organization serving some of DC’s best neighborhoods? Check out the job descriptions and if you think you’d be a good fit please send a cover letter, resume, and relevant work samples to hiring@districtbridges.org.

    • Digital Learning Coordinator/Manager
    • Community Engagement Coordinator/Manager
    • Main Street Manager
    • Community Navigator – Columbia Heights
    • Community Coordinator – Columbia Heights


  • Asset Manager Somerset Development

    Description of Work

    Somerset seeks an Asset Manager to join the Washington DC office to support the asset management team and manage an assigned portfolio of its properties. The Asset Manager reports to the Managing Director and works closely with the Principals and other team members to provide assistance and oversight to the management of properties and assets of the company in order to improve property performance and assure compliance.

    Somerset Development Company

    Somerset Development Company, LLC specializes in revitalization of urban communities. Based in Washington, DC, with an office in Baltimore, MD, the company develops and preserves affordable housing, renovates historic properties, and develops mixed-use properties that strengthen local communities. Somerset is committed to smart growth and sustainable urban communities, with an emphasis on transit-oriented and green development. Somerset has a strong record of partnering with tenant associations, community organizations, local businesses, and the public sector that share Somerset’s vision of building stronger communities. Somerset has developed affordable and market rate multi-family rental housing, mixed use and home ownership projects in Washington, D.C. and Baltimore with over 2,270 residential units, retail spaces and new community buildings developed or under development.

    Please visit our website at www.somersetdev.com.


    • Provide overall support to the asset management team and manage the operations of the management company for the assigned portfolio of properties, including maintenance, leasing, compliance, legal, insurance, etc.
    • Provide financial oversight for each property, including analyzing monthly operating statements with an eye toward improving property operations and efficiencies.
    • Provide support in developing annual operating budgets and track the properties’ performance throughout the year compared to their budget.
    • Monitor and assure compliance with Limited Partnership agreements and all other financing agreements at each property.
    • Keep current on all relevant regulations including HUD, LIHTC, state and local agencies, etc. as it may impact property operations and compliance.
    • Work with Somerset’s asset management team and its property management companies to ensure proper maintenance practices are in place to preserve and prolong the physical assets.
    • Research energy saving and green options and products for development, property management, and financing. Provide support in managing sustainable retrofit projects on the portfolio.
    • Assist asset management team establishing protocols for best practices, including compliance requirements, for design and development phases.
    • Implement and maintain asset management tracking systems.
    • Work closely with Somerset’s resident services team to ensure coordination with property management and resident service activities across the portfolio.
    • Complete analysis and due diligence on new acquisitions and financing as it relates to asset management functions.

    Requisite Skills, Qualifications, and Experience

    • An undergraduate degree in business, finance, real estate, urban planning or related field; a graduate degree is preferred
    • Two to four years of relevant experience in asset management, financial analysis, development, etc.
    • General knowledge of affordable housing; public and private finance; and compliance monitoring
    • Demonstrated ability to work as a member of a team in a small office environment
    • Good organizational and strong computer skills a must
    • Expertise in MS Office Suite including Word, Excel, and PowerPoint
    • Self-starter; willingness to learn; possess a strong work ethic and the highest ethical standards

    To Apply

    Please send a cover letter and resume to jruffing@somersetdev.com

  • Controller National Housing Trust

    A critical new position for an experienced CPA professional, the Controller supports NHT’s real estate development and energy solutions portfolios, provides operational accounting over a $250 million multi-entity real estate enterprise, and will lead the day-to-day functions of the real estate accounting team (3 staff). Chief responsibilities include real estate development project accounting, implementing appropriate accounting procedures, preparing financial statements, monthly close, maintaining the general ledger, and special projects as needed. The Controller will work closely with NHT Communities (partner or sole owner of over 30 housing communities), NHT Renewable, Community Outreach and Impact, and third-party property management accounting departments.

  • Grants and Development Officer Jubilee Housing

    The Grants and Development Officer aids the Institutional Advancement department for Jubilee Housing by clearly and effectively translating our culture, values, and tone into engaging and dynamic written content. This position will be able to manage grants from identification to close-out and write persuasive, technically precise, compelling content for foundation, government, and corporate grant proposals.

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