Job Postings

Effective November 25, 2019: 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 Precious Rideout prideout@cnhed.org for questions or to have your job post published.

Program Manager

  • DC Department of Corrections

  • This position is located in the Department of Corrections and reports to the Deputy Director for Programs. The purpose of this position is to connect the returning citizen with the necessary services upon release through the Resources to Empower and Develop You (READY)) Center, which will offer a pathway for returning citizens in the District of Columbia released from the Department of Corrections to immediately access critical services and opportunities they need to successfully transition back into the community such as housing, employment, education, health care, vital documents, and substance use/mental health aftercare within a single location. Through the ready center, the Mayor's Office of Returning Citizen Affairs (MORCA), Department of Behavioral Health (DBH), Department of Human Services (DHS), Department of Employment Services (DOES), Departmentof Motor Vehicles (DMV), Department of Corrections (DOC), and community based organizations will work collaboratively to ensure a smooth transition from pre-release to post-release to support reintegration efforts that will lead to a safer community.

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Organizer, Reclaim Rent Control Campaign

  • DC Jobs With Justice (DC JWJ)

  • DC Jobs With Justice (DC JWJ) is a coalition of labor unions, community organizations, faith institutions, and student organizations dedicated to protecting and advancing the rights of working people in the DC metropolitan area. DC JWJ has helped win a precedent-setting minimum wage increase in DC, as well as led various campaigns to hold large corporations accountable to DC communities. In the past we have worked on a range of issues, from labor law to health care; from union organizing campaigns to immigrant rights. DC JWJ is seeking an Organizer for the Reclaim Rent Control (RRC) campaign. The Reclaim Rent Control Organizer will work closely with another DC JWJ organizer and the RRC steering committee and consultants. For this position, DC JWJ will give priority to candidates who either have the ability to speak Spanish or Amharic, OR have experience in housing policy or with housing insecurity in Washington, DC. The position is available for one year which will begin on the employee’s start date. The position may be extended based on funding availability.

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  • Posted: March 2nd, 2020

Housing Development Project Manager

  • SOME, Inc.

  • The Housing Development Project Manager is responsible for managing all aspects of the housing development process including pre-development, funding applications, financing, design, and construction of assigned projects.

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  • Posted: February 18th, 2020

Activity Zone Program Coordinator

  • Jubilee Housing

  • The Activity Zone (AZ) Program Coordinator will be responsible for developing, implementing, and managing the day to day operations of the after school and summer program for Jubilee Housing youth in grades 4-6. The AZ Program Coordinator will report to the Director of Youth Services. This position is permanent, full-time employment. Work hours are Mon. – Thurs., 11:30 am -7:30 pm and 10-6:00 pm on Friday. Afterschool program hours during the school year are 3:30-7:00 pm Mon. –Thurs. and 3:30-6:00 pm on Friday. During our six-week summer camp program, the program hours are 9:00 am-3:00 pm.

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  • Posted: February 3rd, 2020

Communications & Development Officer (LISC DC)

  • LISC DC

  • The Communications & Development Officer will successfully promote the mission and value of LISC DC to its funders and community partners. This includes implementing a communications plan and cultivating financial support through foundation grants, corporate and individual donations, and event sponsorships. The Officerreports directly to the Executive Director, and collaborates with other Program Officers to develop appropriate strategies for matching funding needs with community capital resources.

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  • Posted: January 29th, 2020

Program Officer, Lending (LISC DC)

  • LISC DC

  • LISC DC is seeking a Program Officer to join its community development lending program in the District of Columbia and Washington, D.C. region. It invites 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 grow LISC DC’s lending pipeline, from loan origination, to underwriting, closing, and asset management in order 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 meet 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.

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  • Posted: January 29th, 2020

Program Officer (LISC DC)

  • LISC DC

  • The Program Officer will successfully promote the mission and value of LISC DC to its funders and community partners. The key responsibility will be to support non-profit partners by providing technical assistance and managing grant making relationships to enable them to successfully implement a range of community development goals, particularly around equity, housing affordability, and social determinants of health. The Program Officer reports directly to the Executive Director, and collaborates with other staff to develop appropriate strategies for matching funding needs with community capital resources.

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  • Posted: January 29th, 2020

Project Manager (NHT)

  • National Housing Trust

  • The Project Manager will serve an integral role coordinating – both internally and externally – a variety of projects. Working with key NHT staff as well as consultants, the Project Manager will plan, develop and implement communications, fundraising, technology and other projects. The Project Manager will provide critical support across all NHT business lines and report to NHT’s Chief Operating Officer.

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Deputy Administrator - Homeless Services

  • DC Department of Human Services

  • The Department of Human Services (DHS) is looking for an experienced Deputy Administrator for our Homeless Services Administration. The Family Services Administration (FSA) mission is providing protection, intervention and social services to meet the needs of vulnerable adults and families to help reduce risk and promote self-sufficiency. The Homeless Services Program (HSP) provides outreach, transportation, shelter, housing, case management and prevention services for individuals and families who are homeless or at-risk of becoming homeless.

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