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 firstname.lastname@example.org for questions or click the button above to submit a job post.
The Community Coordinator I works as a core part of our property management team to support and enhance the quality of life at a multifamily affordable housing property in DC 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. Primary responsibility is to service coordination at one or more properties. Provide support and assistance to other properties within their region as needed. May also assist with department initiatives.
SOME (So Others Might Eat) exists to help homeless and poor individuals and families of Washington, DC. Our more than 30 programs throughout the District provide comprehensive services that lead to mental and physical health, continued sobriety, job training, living-wage employment, and affordable housing. We meet immediate needs with food, clothing, and healthcare and offer the tools one needs to live with hope, dignity, and greater independence.
SOME (So Others Might Eat) is currently seeking a full-time Assistant Project Manager for our Housing Development department.
The Assistant Project Manager will assist with all aspects of the housing development process. The Assistant Project Manager ensures that compliance reporting and processing are complete. The Assistant Project Manager assists with financing activities and manages requisition and invoice processing, assists with design and construction management, and manages utility coordination and project readiness activities.
The Washington Area Community Investment Fund (Wacif) is seeking a full-time Program Director for our Enterprising Women of Color (EWOC) program. The Enterprising Women of Color District, Maryland, Virginia (DMV) Business Center (Center) fosters and supports a small business ecosystem for women of color in the National Capital Region. The Center’s robust business services—include financial capital, business advisory services, and networking support—are dedicated to supporting the growth and resiliency of our clients. This Center is powered by Wacif, which has served women entrepreneurs of color since 1987, and is made possible through a partnership with the Minority Business Development Agency (MBDA).
The Program Director will oversee Wacif’s EWOC Business Center to support the development, growth, and acceleration of women-owned Minority Business Enterprise’s (MBEs) with robust advisory and technical business services including one-on-one assistance, coaching, trainings, workshops, cohort-based learning, and virtual and in-person education and networking events.
LISC DC is seeking a Program Officer to join its community development lending program in the DC Region. We invite people to apply who are passionate about providing capital to lower income and diverse populations, and who possess expertise in community development, finance, real estate development, and/or lending. The Program Officer will help to grow LISC DC’s lending pipeline, from loan origination to underwriting, closing, and asset management to support LISC’s strategic priorities and comprehensive approach to equitable development. Primary responsibilities include identifying opportunities; providing technical assistance to nonprofit and local borrowers; initial vetting of projects and borrowers; structuring financing that meets those needs; and developing key partnerships with public and private leaders. The Program Officer reports directly to the Executive Director and collaborates with LISC staff to structure and deploy mission-based capital to create equitable outcomes for lower-income residents in the DC Region.
Please send Cover Letter and Resume via email with “LISC DC Program Officer – Lending” in the subject line to: email@example.com
Manna Inc. seeks a rental eviction & foreclosure prevention specialist. This position works with homeowners and tenants through the metro area at risk for losing their housing. The successful candidate will have certification as Level 3 or Level 5 Foreclosure Counselor, as well as certification as a HUD housing counselor.
Manna seeks a proven professional to work in partnership with the Chief Executive Officer and the Chief Administrative Officer to lead the homeownership department with high quality programming, education, operational excellence including client communications, and counseling processes based on best practices.
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.
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.
Washington Area Community Investment Fund (Wacif) is hiring for a number of new positions. Please see below:
For more information on the positions and how to apply, please go to https://wacif.org/get-involved/careers/.