CLT Job Postings

Updated September 5, 2023

United States

Champlain Housing Trust - Shared Equity Stewardship Specialist The Stewardship Specialist will promote the preservation of permanently affordable homes in CHT’s Shared Equity Program (SEP) portfolio by anticipating and responding to the needs of homeowners throughout their ownership journey. This individual will provide prompt, professional, high-quality service, counseling and support to a diverse group of owners, loan customers, and applicants. The Stewardship Specialist will carry out their work with a positive attitude, embrace change, and work well under pressure both in the office and in the field.

Homestead Community Land Trust

  • Asset and Energy Efficiency Manager: Our Asset and Energy Efficiency Manager works with homebuyers and homeowners in new construction and resale settings to achieve high standards of home quality, energy efficiency and home maintenance. Leads home walk-throughs, provides buyer warranty and systems education, and oversees quality control measures for new construction. Supports inspection and evaluation of existing homes in trust during the resale process, and oversees repairs or deferred maintenance on homes Homestead acquires. Contributes expertise to post-purchase maintenance education, capital improvements and repairs for Homestead homeowners. Prepares scopes of work, solicits proposals, contracts for services, oversees completion of work, maintains property records and approves invoices for payment.
  • Real Estate Development Associate: Our Real Estate Development Associate is an integral member of the housing development team who assesses the development potential of properties for affordable homeownership, and works directly with community partners and their stakeholders in community-led housing initiatives. This position researches feasibility of properties for development, applies for private and public funding for projects, designs and facilitates community engagement processes in partnership with project architects, and advocates to create supportive conditions and resources for affordable homeownership.

Island Housing Trust

  • Advancement and Event Associate: The Island Housing Trust (IHT) is a non-profit community land trust and community development corporation on the Island of Martha’s Vineyard. This position will report to the Chief Advancement Officer for the first 6 months of employment and then Annual Fund Director. The position is full-time, 40 hours per week and will provide administrative support to the Advancement department.
  • Real Estate Project Manager: The Project Manager is a full-time position in the Real Estate line of business and reports to the Real Estate Project Director. Responsibilities include implementation of RFP’s, RFQ’s, permitting processes, contractor selection, construction project management, budget reconciliation and post occupancy performance monitoring, as well as helping to build governmental, institutional and community relations.

Northern California Land Trust - Executive Director: After 20 years of leadership under our former Executive Director, NCLT’s new Executive Director will join the organization at a time of rapid growth. The severity of the housing crisis and the strength of the tenant movement’s demands for long-term solutions to the crisis has led to renewed interest in the unique capabilities of the CLT model. NCLT’s budget has more than tripled in the last five years, we approved a new strategic plan in the spring of 2022, and community enthusiasm remains high. An Executive Director with the systems and capacity building experience to support this growth has the opportunity to make a big impact on Bay Area housing.

San Francisco Community Land Trust / Bay Area Community Land Trust - Program Manager:  SFCLT and BACLT seeks a Program Manager to help build and maintain a strong, democratically-controlled, member-based organization. The Program Manager is hired by and reports to the Organizational Director (OD) of BACLT and Executive Director of SFCLT. Working closely with the Director, the Program Manager is responsible for the overall coordination of our member services, outreach, resident support/conflict resolution and co-op education programs. Other duties include supporting our respective city (SF and Berkeley) Small Sites program, as well as some fundraising and administrative work. The Small Sites Program is a City funded program that enables nonprofit developers to purchase smaller rental properties and convert them to resident controlled cooperatives.