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 posting published.

TENANT SERVICES SPECIALIST

  • Housing Counseling Services

  • HCS seeks an energetic self-starter to provide outreach, training, counseling, and technical assistance to low and moderate income District tenants. The Tenant Services division seeks to empower low and moderate income tenants through education and outreach; assisting tenants so that they understand their rights, opportunities, and responsibilities and can make their own informed housing choices.

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  • Posted: November 29th, 2016

Deputy Director of the Office of Housing

  • Office of Housing

  • The Deputy Director provides administrative and technical oversight in managing and coordinating administration of Housing's daily operations and budget, its federal fund reporting and compliance requirements, as well as Housing's development-related activities and lending and asset management functions.

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  • Posted: November 22nd, 2016

Director of Finance and Administration, WACIF

  • Washington Area Community Investment Fund (Wacif)

  • The Director of Finance and Administration (DFA) is a strategic thought-partner, and is responsible for ensuring organizational effectiveness by providing leadership for Wacif's financial and business functions. As part of the executive leadership, the DFA is supervised by the Executive Director, and contributes to the creation and implementation of organizational strategies, policies and practices.

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  • Posted: November 17th, 2016

Center Director, Skyland Workforce Center

  • Skyland Workforce Center

  • Skyland Workforce Center (SWC) seeks a qualified individual to serve as Center Director. This position requires excellent organizational skills, fundraising experience, and a commitment to workforce development, as well as the ability to work with a wide range of individuals including job seekers, nonprofit service providers, DC government staff, construction managers, employers/businesses, and other stakeholders. The Center Director is responsible for maintaining a collaborative spirit between all partner organizations providing services on-site with the goal of offering high-quality programs and services to all who seek assistance at SWC. The Center Director will be an employee of Building Bridges Across the River (BBAR).

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