Job Opportunities

Housing Policy Organizer
Housing Action Illinois | Chicago, IL
Seeking an experienced organizer to implement and manage portions of Housing Action’s Public Policy Advocacy and Public Education and Organizing Programs, including our advocacy work on local, state and federal spending, as well as our legislative and other policy efforts. An important goal for the Housing Policy Organizer is to lead Housing Action’s work to build the capacity of community-based organizations, particularly our members, to participate in our advocacy campaigns. Accepting applications through 08/15/2022

Economic Development Director
City of Twin Falls | Twin Falls, ID
Seeking an experienced economic development professional to focus on maintaining our traditional agriculture industry as well as expanding our economic base for new industry. In addition, this position will work to prepare our local labor force for changing skill requirements in a competitive market. Responsibilities include supporting new business attraction, business retention, downtown revitalization, placemaking initiatives, providing oversight to the Twin Falls airport, and serving as a member of the City Executive Leadership Team. Accepting applications through 08/08/2022

Communications and Events Coordinator
Philadelphia Association of Community Development Corporations (PACDC) | Philadelphia, PA
Seeking a communications professional to enhance PACDC’s organizational image and develop and implement strategies that effectively communicate PACDC’s and our members’ mission, programs, and unique value. They will also support PACDC’s Signature Events.

Campaign Strategy Coordinator
 
East Bay Housing Organizations (EBHO) | Oakland, California

Seeking someone who cares about making a difference for people experiencing the region’s affordable housing and displacement crises, working at the intersection of policy and organizing. The ideal candidate will plan and advance winning campaigns and shape and plan strategy while coordinating day-to-day tasks. They will advance internal coordination between EBHO’s Policy and Organizing teams, and support external outreach to stakeholders and decision-makers to win housing policies.

Policy Manager
East Bay Housing Organizations (EBHO) | Oakland, California
Seeking someone with the brain of a policy wonk and the heart of an organizer. The successful candidate will focus on deepening EBHO’s engagement in coalitions and campaigns. This role will analyze and advocate for policies through racial equity and housing justice lens, research affordability and displacement problems and solutions, and prepare written campaign-related materials.

Deputy Director
Center for Housing Solutions Inc. | Tulsa, Oklahoma
Seeking an experienced professional to lead Housing Solutions’ staff, programs, and overall mission. This position will work alongside the Executive Director and Board of Directors to help steer the organization as well as support fundraising, strategic development, management, and external partnerships.

TOPA Research Assistants
Coalition for Nonprofit Housing & Economic Development | Washington, DC
Seeking energetic, experienced research assistants to assist in (1) developing databases of properties that received TOPA notices and outcomes; (2) analyzing these databases to determine how existing laws, regulations, policies, programs, and funding sources have shaped different categories of TOPA outcomes; (3) conducting interviews and focus group. The study will last 12 months (May 2022-April 2023).

Executive Director
LISC Puget Sound | Seattle, WA

Seeking an entrepreneurial and energetic leader who will provide overall leadership, strategic direction, and guidance for all aspects of Puget Sound LISC’s programs. This position reports to the West Region Program Vice President and works closely with other members of the LISC national management team and its national programs and affiliates. This position will be responsible for re-establishing LISC’s “on-the-ground” role in the Puget Sound area, with a focus on Seattle (King County) and Tacoma (Pierce County), as part of advancing economic inclusion

Executive Director
Transition Projects | Portland, OR
This person will lead the strategic vision of the organization and drive revenues towards its $24 million budget. This individual should be a compassionate, accessible leader who will bring fluency in social justice and racial equity. For five decades, Transition Projects has served a vital role in the Portland Metro area, providing shelter, housing, and supportive services for people with very low incomes. Each year, the agency assists more than 10,000 people experiencing homelessness. Transition Projects has experienced tremendous growth to its budget and staff over the past several years, which is poised to continue.