CLT Job Postings

Updated June 22, 2024

United States

Bay Area Community Land Trust - Co-op Program Manager: BACLT is a democratic organization advancing housing as a human right by creating permanently affordable, resident-controlled housing cooperatives in the East Bay. BACLT preserves multifamily housing where residents are at risk of displacement by permanently removing rental units from the speculative market and supporting those residents in creating a Housing Co-op. BACLT also provides education for new and existing Co-op residents.  BACLT seeks a Co-op Program Manager to help build and maintain a strong, democratically-controlled, member-based organization. The Co-op Program Manager is hired by and reports to the Organizational Director (OD). Working closely with the Director, the Co-op Program Manager is responsible for the overall coordination of our Co-op Education and Conversion program and other member services.

Boston Farms Community Land Trust

  • Agricultural Technical Assistance Manager (part-time): Boston Farms Community Land Trust is seeking a self-directed, personable, knowledgeable, detail-oriented individual to provide our farmers with support and to oversee land stewardship of our urban farm sites in Mattapan, Dorchester, and Roxbury.
  • Fundraising Director (part time): Boston Farms Community Land Trust is seeking an organized individual with strong writing and strategic planning skills to lead executing grant applications, tracking donor information, donor relations, and organizing events -- to raise resources to support our mission, and to grow their role and capacities over time.

Central California Land Trust - Executive Director: ‬Central California Land Trust (CCL T) is a start-up, non-profit, community land trust based in‬ ‭ Fresno. CCL T aims to create permanently affordable housing and community stability by‬ ‭ acquiring, developing, and redeveloping housing through partnerships.‬ ‭ The Executive Director oversees CCLT's operations, resource development, staffing, budgeting, and‬ community engagement. Applications due by the end of June 2024.

Fort Worth Community Land Trust - Executive Director: The Fort Worth Community Land Trust (FWCLT) will create, steward and preserve a permanent supply of quality affordable homes in multiple neighborhoods across the city to ensure that Fort Worth neighborhoods are diverse and inclusive. The organization’s primary objective will be to provide homeownership opportunities for low-income households earning 60-80% of the area median income and, secondarily, to serve a higher income level to ensure neighborhood diversity, steward non-residential community assets, and/or provide affordable rental housing opportunities. The Fort Worth Community Land Trust (FWCLT) is seeking an Executive Director to lead the organization in its mission to acquire and steward land for the benefit of developing and preserving long-term affordable housing in Fort Worth. The Executive Director must be a culturally competent, versatile leader committed to increasing access to homeownership through a community-driven approach that is largely unfamiliar to local stakeholders. The role will continue to develop organizational strategic direction in conjunction with the Board of Directors, maintain collaborative relationships across the affordable housing sector in Tarrant County, and maintain the operational and financial integrity of the organization.

Homestead Community Land Trust

  • Development Manager: The Annual Fund Manager promotes Homestead’s work to create equitable and permanently affordable homeownership by designing and implementing comprehensive fundraising strategies. They work closely with the CEO and the Digital Content Developer to tell the story of Homestead’s community work to create permanently affordable homeownership, expanding an equitable economy for housing communities, repairing the harms of housing discrimination and protecting vulnerable communities from displacement.
  • Director of Homeownership and Stewardship Services: Homestead seeks an experienced community land trust specialist to lead and manage our homeownership services and stewardship program. The Director of Homeownership and Stewardship Services is a member of the senior leadership team who oversees and improves support for homebuyers, homeowners and strengthens Homestead’s partnerships with community based organizations. Responding to the financial, emotional and funder compliance challenges associated with purchasing a home, the Director is an advocate for homeowner needs and Homestead’s mission of preserving the affordability and marketability of each home to future homeowners.

Island Housing Trust

  • Chief Advancement Officer: Reporting to and working closely with the Chief Executive Officer, the Chief Advancement Officer (CAO) will lead the team charged with philanthropy and focus on building donor and investor pipelines and relationships with major donors, including managing a portfolio of individual and business donors. The CAO’s primary work is to identify, qualify, cultivate, solicit and close major gifts and secure social impact investments to advance the Island Housing Trust (IHT) mission. The CAO will manage the Director of Annual Giving, develop IHT’s fundraising strategy, and in collaboration with the development team, create a detailed plan for all fundraising programs and activities to meet the organization’s overall revenue goals.
  • 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.

THRIVE Santa Ana - Membership Organizer: We are hiring a full-time Membership Organizer to join the THRIVE team. This person will help build the membership and community base of THRIVE. They will facilitate workshops (including virtual workshops), art projects, community gatherings, meetings, and other actions to involve Santa Ana residents as THRIVE Members, volunteers, and as part of the community lands movement.  THRIVE Santa Ana is a community land trust with a mission to achieve equitable economic development, led by Santa Ana residents. THRIVE supports the inter-generational leadership of neighborhoods and people who have historically been excluded from decision-making. Low-income renters, immigrants, youth and others are encouraged to share their vision and build their capacity for neighborhoods that are healthy, inclusive, and affordable.