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.

  • Community Coordinator I WinnCompanies

    WinnCompanies is looking for an adaptable and outgoing Community Coordinator I to join our Chase House team, a 189-unit affordable housing community located in Baltimore, MD – Connected Communities /Full Time /On-Site.

    In this role, you will work as a core part of our property management team to support and enhance the quality of life within two multifamily apartment communities in Lynn and Peabody 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. You will utilize community assessments and one-on-one coaching to establish community needs. You will get to build 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.

  • Partners for Rural Transformation President Fahe

    Partners for Rural Transformation, an innovative collaboration among six of the nation’s top rural focused nonprofits, is looking for a dynamic, visionary, creative, and collaborative leader with a passion for improving conditions in rural and native communities who can leverage the collective impact of the participating organizations.

    Partners for Rural Transformation (PRT) is an unprecedented mission- and impact-focused partnership led by six high-performing organizations focused on improving conditions in rural and native communities. This partnership is based on the belief that there is more that unifies than divides people living in persistent poverty in native and rural communities in Indian Country, in the Delta, in Appalachia, on the Texas Border, and in the rural West and Southeast. PRT works collaboratively across geographies and cultures to collectively influence policy and simultaneously lead, advocate, innovate, and finance individual and community solutions to poverty so that local people can build sustainable and promising futures.

    Partners for Rural Transformation expects to pay an annual salary range of $160K to $200K for the President position. Compensation also includes a comprehensive benefits package including but not limited to employee health, dental, vision and disability coverage and an employee lending program.

    For the past seven years, Fahe has been rated one of the top 100 Best Places to Work in Kentucky. Fahe is an Equal Opportunity Employer seeking applicants who can bring diverse viewpoints, experience, talents, and culture to promote our organization’s mission of building the American Dream.

  • Housing Development Specialist MiCasa, Inc.

    Mi Casa, Inc. is a nonprofit affordable housing developer based in Washington, DC, with a vision of housing as a human right and a mission to preserve and provide affordable housing and sustaining diverse communities. Our work focuses primarily on strategies to prevent the displacement of low-income communities; in particular, communities of color, Latino and other immigrant communities. We accomplish this through developing affordable rental and community ownership, and through training and technical assistance of tenant and cooperative associations.

    Mi Casa is seeking an experienced Housing Development Specialist to advance Mi Casa’s community-based housing development projects. The Housing Development Specialist will be an integral member of the Housing Development team, bringing their ideas and skills in creative financing and project development, effectively managing housing development projects, and providing technical support and training to tenant and co-operative groups.

    The ideal candidate will bring experience in developing and implementing projects on time and on budget, a solid knowledge of affordable housing development and finance, project management and timeline management, and the ability to work effectively in collaborative teams.

    This is full-time salaried position (40 hours a week), salary starting at $62,000, commensurate with experience,  hybrid in Washington, DC 20011.

  • Loan Fund Associate National Housing Trust

    National Housing Trust (NHT) has been dedicated to creating and preserving affordable housing for over 30 years. Our mission is to create and preserve affordable homes to provide opportunity, advance racial equity, reduce economic disparities, and strengthen community resilience through our integrated policy-plus-practice approach. We build, preserve, and finance affordable housing and use that expertise to inform and advance resident-focused solutions to strengthen the broader affordable housing industry.

    The Loan Fund Associate works closely with the Lending Team to help manage a diverse base of borrowers and investors by consolidating the back-end processes of NHTCDF and ICE. The Loan Fund Associate will be responsible for assisting the Asset Manager in administering all aspects of the loan program including loan closing, disbursement, servicing, maintaining loan files, and preparing regular reports related to the loan program. This position is DC-based and qualifies for a hybrid work schedule, working a minimum of two days per week at NHT’s corporate office.

    The minimum, median, and maximum salary range for this position is $47,580, $63,450, and $79,300 respectively. Salary and benefits are competitive and commensurate with experience.

    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.

  • Real Estate Finance Manager – Division Director Fairfax County Government

    Fairfax County – the largest jurisdiction in the Commonwealth of Virginia – is a great place to call home and is a deeply inspiring community to serve. As an employer, Fairfax County provides unmatched benefits, incredible opportunities for personal and professional growth, and is committed to the well-being of its employees – both at home and in the workplace. Our focus on work-life balance provides both financial compensation and flexibility for family, professional, and personal needs. Our leave programs, along with flexible scheduling, remote telework, ensure we foster a flexible workplace while providing efficient and effective services. Fairfax County’s housing agency, the Fairfax County Redevelopment and Housing Authority (FCRHA) is committed to the proposition that housing professionals who seek a career in the public sector are “servant leaders” who are invaluable to our community.

    The FCRHA operates the federal Housing Choice Voucher program, owns and operates housing and, as the local housing finance agency, is THE catalyst for the development of affordable housing in the county. The Fairfax County Board of Supervisors established the Department of Housing and Community Development (HCD) decades ago to serve as staff to the FCRHA as well as the Board of Supervisors. Under this unique, synergistic arrangement, HCD manages a wide variety of housing programs and services, including all real estate finance and development activities of the FCRHA – including a rapidly expanding portfolio of public/private partnership projects.

    HCD seeks a housing finance professional who wants to make a real difference in the community and grow professionally as part of the finest affordable housing teams in the nation. We are looking for an insightful professional with a strategic mindset; a good understanding of multifamily real estate finance and underwriting; the ability to manage highly qualified teams in a fast paced, dynamic environment; and a commitment to public service for the role of Real Estate Finance (REF) Division Director.

    This position is part of the HCD’s leadership team and is responsible for identifying and implementing opportunities and the strategic direction of HCD’s real estate finance activities. Candidates should have a solid foundation of financial modeling capabilities and be able to leverage their expertise to maximize the impact of the FCRHA’s financing programs, develop new strategic initiatives in affordable housing finance, and hire, train, and mentor staff. The REF Division Director will lead the affordable multi-family financing, single family lending and portfolio management groups within HCD.

    * This position includes a signing bonus for fully qualified new county employees in the amount of $10,000.

    Fairfax County Government prohibits discrimination on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, sex, pregnancy, childbirth or related medical conditions, age, marital status, disability, sexual orientation, gender identity, genetics, political affiliation, or military status in the recruitment, selection, and hiring of its workforce.

    Reasonable accommodations are available to persons with disabilities during application and/or interview processes per the Americans with Disabilities Act. Contact 703-324-4900 for assistance. TTY 703-222-7314. DHREmployment@fairfaxcounty.gov EEO/AA/TTY.

  • Chief Financial Officer National Community Reinvestment Coalition (NCRC)

    The National Community Reinvestment Coalition is seeking a dynamic, experienced person to lead the organization’s complex financial operations which include a 501c3 nonprofit, a community development financing institution, and related entities. The Chief Financial Officer will have the opportunity to build financial systems and accounting operations and, in collaboration with the Executive Management Team, provide high level financial reporting and analyses to support progress toward long-range goals, strategies, and annual plans

    Reporting to the Chief Operating Officer, the Chief Financial Officer (CFO) is an integral member of the nine-person executive leadership team that includes the President & CEO; the chief officers for operations, communications & marketing, programs & strategic development, community development, community finance & mobility, and organizing, policy & equity; and general counsel. The CFO leads a four-person team which currently includes the positions of Director of Finance (direct report to the CFO), and staff, senior, and grant accountants. The CFO has primary responsibility for finance and accounting functions for the 501c3 and NCRC Community Development Fund (CDFI). The CFO will meet regularly with the President & CEO to discuss financial and strategic issues, plays a critical role in partnering with senior leaders and department managers to advance operations and strategic decisions, and provides support to the Board of Directors and its Finance & Audit Committee. The CFO is responsible for providing strategic and technical financial leadership for the organization by working with the Executive Management Team to establish and track progress toward long-range goals, strategies, and plans. In doing so, the CFO provides actionable reports and high-level financial analyses so that decision-making has a strong foundation. The CFO oversees NCRC’s financial operations and ensures that NCRC’s financial systems, structures, and functions position the organization with a sustainable financial model while limiting organizational risk and liability.

    Key Priorities:

    The CFO will step into a mission-driven organization that values collaboration and entrepreneurship. Key priorities for the CFO include:

    • Deeply understand NCRC’s primary business lines, revenue streams, and the contributions of related entities to the organization.
    • Assess, develop and strengthen finance and accounting systems, policies, and technology to streamline functions and create business value.
    • Elevate financial reporting and analyses to support staff leadership and the board in their respective financial program management and fiduciary responsibilities.

    Key Responsibilities:

    Finance & Accounting Leadership-

    • Serve as a thought partner and collaborator with the leadership team, helping to build and execute plans and strategies that advance mission priorities.
    • Provide strategic financial input and leadership on decision-making issues affecting the organization, including evaluation of potential new initiatives/programs, potential alliances or investments, and changes in regulatory actions affecting nonprofit accounting.
    • Plan, develop, implement, and evaluate the organization’s fiscal function and performance, including the evaluation and development of cost-effective and efficient systems, processes, and technology that maximize excellence in finance operations.
    • In partnership with the leadership team, develop long-range financial strategy, financial models, operations innovations, and system enhancements that support NCRC’s evolution and financial sustainability.
    • Staff the Finance & Audit Committee and provide financial reports to the Board of Directors.
      In collaboration with the COO, oversee the asset management of NCRC including real estate interests.

    Internal Controls & Risk Management:

    • Enhance and/or develop, implement, and enforce policies and procedures of the organization by way of systems that will improve the overall operation and effectiveness of the organization.
    • Optimize the handling of banking and financial advisory relationships and initiate appropriate strategies to enhance financial sustainability.
    • Ensure systems and controls that facilitate a clean audit opinion in the annual Single Audit along with funder reviews.
    • Function as the risk manager in implementing processes and initiatives that prevent operational losses, grant & contract non-compliance, and violation of funder restrictions.
    • Provide financial perspective and approvals as necessary on any major contracts or grant agreements into which the organization may enter.
    • Enhance the risk management and compliance culture at NCRC.

    Finance Management & Reporting:

    • Prepare the annual budget and reforecasts to meet strategic and financial objectives, working collaboratively with the finance group, department managers, and the leadership team.
    • Participate in the continual improvement of the budgeting process through education of department managers on financial issues impacting their budgets.
    • Provide timely, accurate financial reports, analysis of financial trends, and forecasting to assist the Board, President & CEO, and leadership team in performing their responsibilities.
    • Provide technical financial advice and knowledge to others within the financial discipline.
    • Evaluate the finance division structure and team plan for continual improvement of the efficiency and effectiveness of the group and provide individuals with professional and personal growth.

    NCRC uses a variety of technology to support finance and accounting. Currently, the organization uses Abila MIP and plans to move to Intacct in the future. Payroll is transitioning from ADP to PayCor. The organization uses Microsoft Office and Google software.

    Experience and Attributes:

    • Successful candidates for this position will bring a variety of experiences and attributes to NCRC, including:
    • Master’s degree or equivalent preferred; CPA a plus.
    • 10+ years’ progressive management experience in senior financial positions in organizations with annual operating budgets of $15 million or more, with demonstrated excellence in managing finance, accounting, budgeting, and reporting responsibilities.
    • Keen understanding of nonprofit financial management, audit, compliance, and risk.
    • Experienced leader and financial executive with relevant industry experience including nonprofit sector, government grant and contract management, and indirect cost rate agreement negotiations.
    • Forward-thinking and creative individual with high ethical standards.
    • Strategic thinker with sound technical skills, analytical abilities, good judgment, and strong operational focus.
    • Well-organized and self-directed individual who is a team player.
    • Executive presence, with excellent communication and relationship-building skills and the ability to prioritize, negotiate and work with a variety of stakeholders; ability to relate to people at all levels of an organization
    • A good educator who is trustworthy and willing to share information and serve as a mentor.
    • Ability to work collaboratively, exercising good judgment, decision-making, and problem-solving skills to achieve shared goals.
    • Supervisory experience that includes team building, talent management, and leadership development.

    Work Environment & Benefits:

    NCRC values the unique skills, talents, and contributions of employees and sustains a mission-driven, collaborative, and entrepreneurial work environment. The CFO position is based in the Washington, DC office which works two to three days in the office, with Tuesday and Thursday being preferred office days.

    NCRC offers a competitive salary and benefits that considers external market compensation and maintains internal equity. The initial salary range for the position is $200k – $230k. The benefits package includes health, life, and disability insurance; paid time off and holidays; a 401(k) retirement plan with an employer match and a contribution; and other benefits.

    Application Process:

    To apply, upload resume and cover letter by clicking here. For other inquiries, contact Adrienne O’Rourke at Adrienne.orourke@marcumllp.com. No other application materials will be reviewed at this time. Resume reviews begin immediately.

    NCRC is an equal opportunity employer, committed to creating and maintaining a diverse and inclusive workplace that includes respect and appreciation of differences in ethnicity, gender, age, national origin, disability, sexual orientation, education, and religion.

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