Job Postings

You can post a community development-related job opening in your organization and also find job listings offered by other CNHED members. Please email Ginger Rumph grumph@cnhed.org to have your job posting published.

Senior Asset Manager - VH

  • Victory Housing

  • The Asset Manager will be responsible for assisting and supporting the Senior Vice President to oversee third party property management companies and operations for a current portfolio of 1,974 apartment units in 24 communities in Washington, DC and four Maryland counties

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  • Posted: July 27th, 2015

Real Estate Project Manager - WHDC

  • Wesley Housing Development Corporation

  • Work with the Real Estate Development team and other WHDC departments to identify, acquire, finance and develop/reposition multifamily properties for low-and moderate-income individuals and families. The project manager will have responsibility for the full range of tasks associated with each assigned project from initial concept through lease-up. The Project Manager will report to the Director of Real Estate Development.

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  • Posted: July 25th, 2015

Chief Financial Officer- HFA

  • District of Columbia Housing Finance Agency

  • The Chief Financial Officer is a Senior Staff member who is responsible for coordinating the accounting, budgeting and other financial management functions to act as the authoritative source of accurate and complete financial reports regarding the Agency’s operations. In addition, the CFO makes recommendations on policies for the investment portfolio and cash management, oversees the financial reporting for the Agency and manages the Agency’s budget.

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  • Posted: July 1st, 2015

Small Business Specialist for MD, LEDC

  • Latino Economic Development Center (LEDC)

  • The Latino Economic Development Corporation (LEDC) is seeking candidates for the Small Business Coach and Trainer MD. This full-time position plays a key role in providing business one-on-one technical assistance and group trainings to small business. This position will report to the Program Manager of Small Business Development and will work alongside a highly motivated team. Qualified candidates must possess a diverse set of skills including fluency in both English and Spanish, small business development experience, and experience with immigrant populations.

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  • Posted: June 30th, 2015

Small Business Specialist for DC, LEDC

  • Latino Economic Development Center (LEDC)

  • The Latino Economic Development Corporation (LEDC) is seeking candidates for the Small Business Specialist Position. This full-time position plays a key role in providing business one-on-one technical assistance and group trainings to small business owners in Washington DC area. This position will support the Program Manager of Small Business Development and will work alongside a highly motivated team. Qualified candidates must possess a diverse set of skills including fluency in both English and Spanish, small business experience, and experience with immigrant populations.

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  • Posted: June 30th, 2015

Bilingual Tenant Organizer - LEDC

  • Latino Economic Development Center (LEDC)

  • The Affordable Housing Preservation Program, as part of the Housing Department, works to preserve affordable rental housing and prevent displacement of low and moderate income tenants due to loss of a subsidy, code violations, or sale or conversion of affordable housing. LEDC accomplishes these goals by educating and organizing tenants, providing technical assistance to tenant associations and advocating for affordable housing policies that benefit low-income renters.

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  • Posted: June 30th, 2015

Administrative Consultant (Part-time) - ANC 1A

  • Advisory Neighborhood Commission (ANC) 1A

  • ANC 1A seeks a part-time administrative consultant to assist all members of the commission with administrative duties, locally focused public policy-related research and constituent services, as well as specific tasks related to the operations of the ANC. The position reports to the Chair and Treasurer of the ANC, but projects and requests may also originate from other members of the commission. The position is expected to work on a flexible schedule 10-15 hours per week Monday through Friday, in addition to attending two evening meetings per month, as well as the occasional District agency hearing or very rare weekend workshop, which will be noticed in advance. In the event that primary responsibilities for the Commission are completed, the position may also support the work of the Commission’s standing committees. Latitude to explore and pursue personal local public policy interests that also benefit the residents and commissioners of ANC 1A may also be available.

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Advocacy & Outreach Intern - Manna, Inc.

  • Manna, Inc.

  • This is a part-time, intern position. The Advocacy and Outreach Intern will report and work di- rectly with the Director of Advocacy and Outreach to implement specific advocacy and organiz- ing strategies for Manna Inc., with a particular focus on the Housing Advocacy Team (HAT), research, and social media. In addition to advocacy work, the incumbent may assist in out- reach efforts for various Manna, Inc. events and projects. ! The Advocacy and Outreach Coordinator will work occasionally with the Coalition of Nonprofit Housing and Economic Development (CNHED).

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  • Posted: June 24th, 2015

Lead Paint Program Supervisor - DHCD

  • DC Department of Housing and Community Development

  • This position is located in the Residential and Community Services Division, Department of Housing and Community Development. The Residential and Community Services Division is responsible for administering the Department of Housing and Community Development's Lead Safe Washington Program (LSW) funded in partnership with the Department of Housing and Urban Development to undertake lead based paint remediation activities in the District of Columbia primarily for the benefit of low and moderate income individuals. The incumbent in this position serves as a supervisor over the Lead Safe Washington Program.

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Asset Manager - DCHFA

  • The District of Columbia Housing Finance Agency (DCHFA)

  • The Asset Manager serves a portfolio of thirty plus multifamily projects, evaluating current and long-term financial health, developing financial projections, and making recommendations to ensure the on-going financial sustainability of the Agency’s funded projects within the assigned portfolio. Areas of expertise include: Low Income Housing Tax Credits, HUD Affordable Housing Programs, and Portfolio Management.

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  • Posted: June 11th, 2015

Senior Property Accountant - MHP

  • Montgomery Housing Partnership (MHP)

  • An active and growing nonprofit organization that develops, acquires, rehabilitates, and builds quality apartment homes to meet Montgomery County’s growing need for affordable housing.

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  • Posted: June 8th, 2015

Program Officer - Real Estate Development and Lending, LISC

  • LISC Virginia

  • real estate lending portfolio that leads to community transformation. The Program Officer will provide technical assistance to our clients on real estate development, and underwriting services to LISC to evaluate and invest in transformational developments e.g. affordable housing, commercial developments, and community facilities. The position will play an important role in successfully implementing a holistic, neighborhood-driven approach to community transformation that works to ensure both people and places prosper. The position reports to the Virginia LISC Executive Director.

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  • Posted: May 28th, 2015

Loan Officer - WACIF

  • Washington Area Community Investment Fund

  • Responsible for quality loan production including business development, networking, relationship management, loan approval, closing, repayments, and impact reporting. Analyze and evaluate loan applications and make appropriate recommendations regarding loan approval. Participate in overall portfolio monitoring. Work with new and existing clients to build financial capacity, develop short- and long-term strategies, and access to capital sources.

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Chief Lending Officer - NC

  • NeighborWorks® Capital (NC)

  • This Chief Lending Officer (CLO) is a member of the senior management team and has overall responsibility for NC’s strategic lending program including: loan production goals, design and implementation of new and updated financial products and services that are responsive to the NeighborWorks® network, portfolio management, loan policies and systems, reporting of the NC loan portfolio, business development, and collaborating with the CEO in business partnerships, relationship building and raising loan capital. The primary responsibility of this position is to develop and manage a loan portfolio which is both healthy and responsive to the needs of the NeighborWorks network and NC’s investors.

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  • Posted: May 11th, 2015

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