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.

Urbanist Journalism Fellowship

  • Greater Greater Washington

  • a part-time, paid position for two local budding journalism professionals who are interested in the forces that shape how Washington grows and develops. Fellows must have prior experience in journalism (graduate students preferred). They will be expected to write short stories regularly and will also pitch, report, and write two longer-form pieces.

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  • Posted: August 1st, 2019

Python Developer, Freelance Contractor , CNHED

  • Coalition for Nonprofit Housing and Economic Development (CNHED)

  • This short-term, contracted position (2 to 4 weeks, depending on availability and experience) will work with the VP of Housing Policy and a Research Analyst at the Coalition for Nonprofit Housing and Economic Development (CNHED) to update HousingInsights.org, an open data tool for affordable housing stakeholders. Originally developed in collaboration with Code for DC volunteers, this website seeks to bring disparate sources of data into one place to better enable decision makers to analyze the state of affordable housing in DC and to prioritize public investments in affordable housing.

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  • 2027450902

  • Posted: July 26th, 2019

Resident Services Director (RSD)

  • The National Housing Trust (NHT)

  • This is an exciting opportunity for an entrepreneurial professi onal to design, implement and monitor the resident services programs for an affordable housing portfolio of 21 pro perties, serving more than 2000 low-income families. The Resident Services D irector (RSD) will need to hav e a hands-on, self-star ter approach to the development, implementation and management of resident services at each property. The RSD is also responsible for grant writing and g rant management activities a s well as building partnerships with foundations, corporations, other nonprofits and local community organization s

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  • Posted: July 23rd, 2019

DCFPI Communications Manager

  • DC Fiscal Policy Institute (DCFPI)

  • The DC Fiscal Policy Institute (DCFPI) is seeking a Communications Manager to lead all aspects of our communications work.

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  • Posted: July 19th, 2019

Real Estate Development Associate

  • KeyUrban

  • The Real Estate Development Associate will work on tasks related to development of multi-family housing and other mission-driven real estate in Washington, DC. Work includes project assistance to Principals with established development experience. The work environment is casual and entrepreneurial, with office locations between project sites and a home-based office in the District.

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  • Posted: July 17th, 2019

Project Manager

  • Rebuilding Together DC Alexandria

  • Rebuilding Together DC Alexandria is seeking 2-4 years’ experience, FT Project Manager to conduct client home inspections and oversee repair projects, with a focus in DC. • Must be able to work independently, oversee volunteer groups.

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  • Posted: July 13th, 2019

Program Manager, Minnesota Avenue Main Street

  • Minnesota Avenue Main Street (“MAMS”)

  • Minnesota Avenue Main Street is seeking a full-time Program Manager. S/he will coordinate activities within the boundaries of the MAMS service area. The Program Manager will be responsible for the development, conduct, execution and documentation of the Main Street program. The Program Manager is the principal on-site staff person responsible for coordinating all program activities and volunteers, as well as representing the community regionally and nationally as appropriate. In addition, s/he will guide the organization as its objectives evolve.

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  • Posted: July 12th, 2019

Portfolio Management Analyst

  • The Washington Area Community Investment Fund (Wacif)

  • The Portfolio Management Analyst will be responsible for loan closing, loan disbursements, loan monitoring and portfolio reporting operations. Responsibilities will include reviewing loan documents for accuracy and consistency with approved loan terms and facilitating loan closing and loan disbursements. The Portfolio Management Analyst will also be responsible for accurate and complete loan files and will be a liaison between Lending and the Finance department. The position will analyze required borrower reports and test financial statements to confirm compliance with financial covenants.

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  • Posted: July 5th, 2019

Program Coordinator (DC-Based Brands)

  • Dept of Small & Local Business Development (DSLBD)

  • Assists the Program Manager for Innovation and Equitable Development and division colleagues in the expansion of programs that build an inclusive and equitable ecosystem for supporting all DC resident populations, with a focus on growing the base of District based brands. Analyzes the program structures and conducts research of programs in other cities. Manages social media outreach and community engagement for the programs. Communicates regularly with internal stakeholders regarding system changes to ensure that all DSLBD programs are accommodating and supportive of new, emerging microbusinesses and brand-first business models. Coordinates and builds partnerships with workforce and creative arts and similar partners to support the businesses that are part of the programs. Provides support service and coordinates all programs within the Innovation & Equitable Development Office to expand and best serve all interested members of the public. Conducts ongoing best practices research on similar programs, or recon-mended program elements that would strengthen the programs, linking their compatibility with existing program partners and program design. Develops internal tracking systems to accomplish this work.

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  • Posted: June 18th, 2019

Senior Development Manager

  • Mission First Housing Development Corporation (MFHDC),

  • The Senior Development Manager will have responsibility for identifying and managing multi-family real estate development projects, overseeing feasibility, project development and financial structuring through project completion.

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  • Posted: June 14th, 2019

Senior Development Director, Affordable Housing

  • VOLUNTEERS OF AMERICA NATIONAL HEADQUARTERS

  • Volunteers of America (VOA) is seeking a Sacramento, CA - based Affordable Housing Sr. Development Director who is experienced in securing affordable housing financing from state housing finance agencies, federal government sources, and other affordable housing finance sources available in the State of CA. Ideal candidate has a keen sense of the funding environment and enjoys working the details to execute and close affordable housing development projects.

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  • Posted: June 10th, 2019

Senior Development Director, Affordable Housing

  • VOLUNTEERS OF AMERICA NATIONAL HEADQUARTERS

  • Volunteers of America (VOA) is seeking a Dallas, TX - based affordable housing development director who is experienced in securing affordable housing financing from state housing finance agencies, federal government sources, and other affordable housing finance sources available in the State of TX. Ideal candidate has a keen sense of the funding environment and enjoys working the details to execute and close affordable housing development projects.

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  • Posted: June 10th, 2019

Senior Development Director, Affordable Housing

  • VOLUNTEERS OF AMERICA NATIONAL HEADQUARTERS

  • Responsible for sourcing the development, acquisition or preservation of affordable housing utilizing Federal, state, local and private funding sources, including LIHTC and conventional debt in the assigned region,. Assist in promoting affordable housing advocacy to benefit Volunteers of America and support its position as a recognized nonprofit leader. Core measures of accomplishment include successful closing of real estate development, acquisition, or preservation projects, as well as generation of developer fees and revenue when compared against approved project completion schedules and board approved budgets limits.

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  • Posted: June 10th, 2019

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