Job Opportunities 

Senior Director, DC Community Anchor Partnership (DCAP)
Coalition for Nonprofit Housing & Economic Development | Washington, DC

Seeking a driven, entrepreneurial professional to lead DCAP. This position will collaborate with and report to the President/CEO on strategic direction. This individual will oversee the work of consultants (anchor engagement, business engagement, and data analysis and work cross-collaboratively with other members of the CNHED team.

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).

Director
Community Development Agency | Alameda County, CA
Searching for an experienced leader to plan and direct a broad range of community development functions and its departments such as Planning, Housing, and Community Development; Redevelopment Successor Agency; Neighborhood Preservation and Sustainability, and Surplus Property Authority. This role will also solicit community cooperation and support for County community development programs. The application deadline is 06/06/2022

President
University Circle, Inc. | Cleveland, OH
Seeking a chief executive to develop, serve, and advocate for the anchor district known as University Circle (UC). This role will oversee a staff of approximately 65 members which include the UC Police department plus administrators who manage real estate development and management, transportation management, education, event management, finance, fundraising, and communications. Additionally, this position ensures the fiscal and fiduciary well-being of the organization by overseeing an annual operating budget of approximately $10 million and an endowment of $25 million. First consideration will be given to applications received by May 20, 2022.

Executive Director
Danville Neighborhood Development Corporation | Danville, VA
Looking for an energetic, creative leader who will build on the organization's impressive history and community impact. This position will collaborate with business, government, and community partners to plan and implement neighborhood improvement projects. The ideal candidate will have a minimum of 5 years of experience in housing management, community development, public administration, or leadership of a nonprofit organization.

Housing Policy Manager
Coalition for Nonprofit Housing and Economic Development | Washington, D.C.
Seeking an experienced professional who will coordinate the organization's priorities in the policy areas of affordable housing and homelessness prevention. This managerial role will collaborate with affordable housing developers, lenders, homelessness prevention practitioners, and other professionals, academics, and officials working in these policy areas. 

Communications Specialist
Community Economic Development Association of Michigan | Lansing, MI
Searching for a creative, highly motivated individual to support the implementation of the organization's communication plan. This position will report to the director of communication and training and will work closely with the policy director to provide communication support for all programs with a special focus on policy communication efforts.

AmeriCorps VISTA Leader
The Ohio CDC Associations | Columbus, OH
Currently recruiting two individuals to serve as year-long AmeriCorps VISTA Leaders to support and coordinate OCDCA's VISTA Project, which places over 35 Members at community development corporations throughout the state of Ohio. Leaders work to expand and build the capacity of individual VISTA Members by guiding them through their year of service. To be eligible to serve as a VISTA Leader, candidates must have served full-time in the Peace Corps or AmeriCorps for at least one year. 

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.

St. Louis Anchor Action Network | St Louis, MO
The University of Missouri-St. Louis has an opening for a Post-Doctoral Fellowship with the St. Louis Anchor Action Network, a coalition of 11 St. Louis anchor institutions. The coalition aims to increase employment, income, and wealth in 22 predominantly African American ZIP Codes in North St. Louis City and County that have been systematically disinvested.  The research will evaluate the effectiveness of the initiative and identify barriers to addressing racial and spatial inequities in St. Louis.  The appointment is for two years with a salary of $50,000 per year (plus benefits). 

Development Manager
Center for Neighborhoods
| Louisville, KY
This individual will be responsible for planning, directing, and coordination of overall grant development, major fundraising activities, and related communications and special projects in coordination with the Executive Director, other staff, and the Board of Directors by performing the duties personally or through delegation.

Finance Manager
Center for Neighborhoods
| Louisville, KY
This individual will be responsible for planning, directing, and coordination of overall organizational budgeting and financial management and related communications and special projects in coordination with the Executive Director, other staff, and the Board of Directors by performing the duties personally or through delegation.

Project Manager I - Entrepreneurship and Community Economic Development (Limited Term)
Prosper Portland | Portland, OR
Seeking an experienced Project Manager who can develop and implement intake, routing systems, and software tools that will assist with connecting business owners to external navigation services and opportunities to access federal and relief-focused funds as they stabilize and recover from the pandemic. This position will collaborate with a variety of public, private, and community partners to create programming and ensure equitable access to assistance. This is a limited-term position expiring two years from the hire date.

Project Manager I – Community-Based Development
Prosper Portland | Portland, OR
Seeking an experienced Project Manager who can apply their skill in real estate development to lead projects and programs that realize healthy, complete neighborhoods and equitable prosperity for the City of Portland.  You will support the planning and implementation of development initiatives within N/NE Portland by collaborating with public, private, and community-based partners to realize growth that maximizes community benefit and is responsive to and inclusive of the communities we serve.

Executive Director
Sunshine Enterprise | Chicago, IL
This position will be reporting to the Board of Directors and is responsible for the strategic processes of the organization, executing the strategic plan and developing strategic directions and policies, delivery and maintenance of the agency’s programs, revenue growth, private philanthropy, and all components that support program delivery and overall organizational well-being. The role will manage the budget of approximately $1.5M and 40+ full and part-time staff and provide leadership in initiating and maintaining fundraising, community relationships, and securing the operating and investment funds necessary to sustain current and future operations.

Executive Director
Transition Projects | Portland Oregon
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.