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 Felicia Fort ffort@cnhed.org to have your job post published.

Development Project Manager

  • Housing Up

  • Under the supervision of the Vice President of Affordable Housing Development, the Development Project Manager responsibilities include management of the development process from conception to completion including: acquisition, feasibility analysis, financial packaging, directing design phase, application process to government funding sources, and community presentations.

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  • Posted: March 21st, 2017

Executive Director

  • The District of Columbia Housing Authority

  • for an experienced Executive Director with public housing policy, multi-family and affordable housing development, strategic planning, operations management oversight, change management leadership and HUD regulatory and compliance experience. DCHA owns and manages 56 public housing properties located throughout the District and DCHA also provides assistance to help families obtain affordable housing through Public Housing Programs, Housing Choice Voucher Programs and Moderate Rehabilitation Programs.

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  • Posted: March 17th, 2017

Director of Resident Services

  • Somerset Development Company, LLC

  • The successful candidate will demonstrate ability to work well with colleagues, property managers, on-site resident services coordinators, partner organizations, and tenant association boards.

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  • Posted: March 16th, 2017

Business and Economic Development Internship

  • D.C. Councilmember, Chair Pro Tempore and Chair of the Committee on Business and Economic Development Kenyan R. McDuffie (D-Ward 5)

  • • Conducting background research on industries, businesses, stakeholders and other organizations • Preparing reports on the economic status/climate of various business demographics within the District

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  • Posted: March 16th, 2017

Special Events and Communications Internship

  • D.C. Councilmember and Chair Pro Tempore Kenyan R. McDuffie (D-Ward 5)

  • • Assisting with the planning and coordination of meetings and events • Assisting with onsite event management and set-up • Researching existing and potential projects • Assisting with contact and information management

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  • Posted: March 16th, 2017

Legislative/Policy Analyst to the Committee on Labor and Workforce Development

  • The Committee on Labor and Workforce Development; DC Council

  • Develop expertise in the activities and budgets of assigned agencies within the committee.Advise committee director and committee chairperson on policy content and strategy.Maintain relationships with District and federal agencies, interest groups, advocates, Council and Executive staff, constituents, and residents.

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  • Posted: March 13th, 2017

Legislative Counselto the Committeeon Labor and Workforce Development

  • The Committee on Labor and Workforce Development; DC Council

  • Developexpertise in the activities and budgets of assigned agencies within the committee.Advise committee director and committee chairperson on policy content and strategy.Maintainrelationships with District and federal agencies, interest groups, advocates, Council and Executive staff, constituents, and residents.

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  • Posted: March 13th, 2017

Director of Permanent Supportive Housing

  • Housing Up

  • Under the supervision of the Vice President of Programs, the Director of Permanent Supportive Housing (PSH) is responsible for leading the planning, implementation, and evaluation of Housing Up’s permanent supportive housing program portfolio, which includes both scattered-site and single-site programs, according to evidence- based practices. The Director of PSH directly supervises case management staff and oversees the coordination and management of services provided by Housing Up supportive services staff, contracted clinical staff, as well as external agencies. The Director of PSH ensures that program participants receive services in a dignified, respectful manner in accordance with best practices.

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  • Posted: March 10th, 2017

Policy Associate

  • DC Appleseed

  • The Policy Associate will provide substantive support to project teams in several of the following areas: adult literacy and workforce development, campaign finance reform, gun safety, D.C. democracy, sustainability (e.g., carbon pollution reduction, storm water management, urban river restoration), public health, early childhood education, closing the achievement gap in k-12 special education, and neighborhood preservation/affordable housing.

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  • Posted: March 3rd, 2017

Ward 5 Registrar

  • Academy of Hope Adult Public Charter School

  • The Registrar is responsible for planning, organizing and managing all of the activities associated with admissions, registration and records maintenance processes for enrollment, assessment and attendance. Maintains comprehensive student records that are accurate and reliable. Works closely with both the Ward 5 Day and Evening Program Managers and Student Support Services to ensure the alignment of scheduling, progress reporting and student record keeping with the school-wide instructional program and with students’ individual academic needs. The registrar will also serve as the School’s official designee for verifying Ward 5 students residency. The registrar assists with coordinating activities to support our school culture and retention efforts. Must be able to work at least one evening per week.

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  • Posted: March 3rd, 2017

ADULT LEARNING SUPPORT SPECIALIST

  • Academy of Hope Adult Public Charter School

  • The Learning Support Specialist, under the direction of the Director of Student Services, assists in the planning, development, implementation and evaluation of services for individuals with disabilities attending AOH Adult PCS. The Specialist is also responsible for supporting basic literacy level instruction.

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  • Posted: March 3rd, 2017

Case Manager

  • Academy of Hope Adult Public Charter School

  • This person is responsible for providing case management to Academy of Hope Adult PCS (AoH) learners to address barriers, support academic success, and build self-sufficiency. Adult learners can face a wide range of challenges, which may include homelessness, mental health issues, lack of childcare or lack of transportation funding. The case manager plays a critical role in providing referrals, resources, and motivation to the AoH's adult learning community.

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  • Posted: March 3rd, 2017

Full-Time Lead Math Teacher

  • Academy of Hope Adult Public Charter School

  • The Lead Math Teacher is responsible for creating a supportive, empowering learning environment for adult learners and delivering quality content area instruction in math and science. In addition to core teaching responsibilities, the Lead Math Teacher also provides curriculum development, teacher coaching and professional development in math instruction to fellow teachers and volunteers.

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  • Posted: March 3rd, 2017

Asset Manager, Compliance and Asset Management

  • District of Columbia Housing Finance Agency

  • The Compliance and Asset Management Department is responsible for managing the Agency’s Multifamily portfolio of over one hundred-forty (140+)projects for compliance with terms of the loan agreement and the Agency’s mission of affordability requirements. The Asset Manager manages the performance of their assigned portfolio, approximately seventy (70) projects,through monitoring the financial, physical and compliance risks of the projects.The Asset Manager will additionally manage client relationships by providing exceptional customer service.

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  • Posted: March 2nd, 2017

Financial Analyst, Compliance and Asset Management

  • District of Columbia Housing Finance Agency

  • The Compliance and Asset Management Department is responsible for managing the Agency’s Multifamily portfolio of over one hundred and forty (140+) projects for compliance with terms of the loan agreement and the Agency’s mission of affordability requirements. The Financial Analyst is responsible for evaluating the current and long term financial health of all of the projects in the Agency’s portfolio. The primary duties include: gathering statistical and financial data to create spreadsheets, draft reports, and perform extensive financial analysis.

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  • Posted: March 2nd, 2017

Project Manager

Impact Investment Program Analyst

  • City First Enterprises

  • As an analyst, you’ll learn how to operate a loan fund. You’ll work with the team to underwrite deals, close loans, and monitor projects we’ve previously invested in. If you prove to be exceptional at this work, you’ll get ample opportunities to take on more responsibility and develop new ways of creating impact in the communities we serve. You will assist in managing the IIF team’s loan portfolio, closely monitoring the performance of closed loans and maintaining relationships with the borrowers. In addition, you will provide support to the team by assisting in underwriting and financial analysis of loans for affordable housing, community facilities, and small businesses.

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  • Posted: February 22nd, 2017

Regional / Associate Director

  • Community Purchasing Alliance (CPA)

  • CPA is a pioneering social-purpose cooperative, whose mission is to deliver near-term benefits to members, while building a new vehicle for social change. We work to achieve our mission by building relationships with schools, congregations and nonprofits, and making contracting for services (energy, solar, security, janitorial, waste, landscaping, copier) easier and more economical. Our cooperative purchasing holds vendors to a higher standard, both in terms of the quality of services they deliver as well their ethical business practices. To sustain and grow CPA, a portion of the savings is funneled back into the cooperative, creating a self-sustaining social

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  • Posted: February 16th, 2017