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Communications Intern (SV@Home)

Part-Time, Temporary, Hybrid

Deadline: 02/23/24

Date Posted: 01/30/24

SV@Home is seeking a detail-oriented Communications Intern who will work closely with the Communications Manager to provide substantial administrative support. The ideal candidate will be a highly motivated and creative individual with a passion for social justice and a strong interest in communications. This is a Part-Time/Temporary, Non-exempt position that reports to the Communications Manager.

Compensation: $25/hr

Policy Director (NPH)

Full Time

Deadline: 12/19/2023

Date Posted: 12/18/2023

NPH is currently looking for a Policy Director to join our team! The ideal candidate will be a strategic thinker, a collaborative leader, and self-motivator who is passionate about advancing affordable housing solutions, and the role it plays in achieving racial and economic justice. The Policy Director is a senior level management position responsible for formulating and leading NPH’s state policy strategy and implementation informed by member policy priorities, as well as supervising regional, campaign, and special policy initiatives. The Policy Director also plays a collaborative leadership role on the ballot measure campaigns. With a strong racial and economic equity lens, the Director focuses on affordable housing, and embraces the comprehensive framework of advancing the 4 Ps of housing: housing production, housing preservation, tenant protections, and homelessness prevention.

Compensation: $125,000 – $150,000 Annually

Senior Development Officer – Policy & Planning (City of San Jose)

Full Time

Deadline: 1/19/2023

Date Posted: 12/4/2023

The Housing Department seeks to fill a key mid-management level Senior Development Officer position to lead the Housing Department’s Policy & Planning Team. This position reports to a Division Manager and is on the Department’s leadership team. The selected Senior Development Officer will be responsible for successful delivery of a range of activities that support all practice areas in the Department. The ideal candidate for this position will be a thoughtful leader who is an experienced manager and combines analytical abilities, strong written and oral communications skills, an inquiring mind, an ability to collaborate with and manage people, comfort with a dynamic environment, a desire to help vulnerable residents in our community, interest in and experience with equity issues, and motivation derived from knowing that you are making a difference.

Compensation: $129,554.88 – $157,750.32 Annually

Director of Programs (Next Door Solutions)

Full Time

Deadline: Until filled

Date Posted: 08/22/2023

Next Door Solutions seeks a strategic organizational leader with an exceptional management background to advance the mission, support programming and staff goals, and to elevate community partnerships. The Director of Programs will operationalize best practices in management systems; streamline collaboration of teams; oversee program execution; provide direct supervision and day-to-day management of staff; and ensure strong organizational performance to meet targeted goals.

The ideal candidate will be a dynamic, transformational leader with strong nonprofit management experience, high alignment with strategic vision, able to operationalize, dedicated to collaboration, is attentive to details, and embodies the mission, and core values of Next Door Solutions to Domestic Violence.

Compensation and benefits:

Minimum Salary $103,000, with benefits including paid vacation, health, dental, and wellness

Multiple positions (CA Department of Housing & Community Development)

Full Time

Deadline: Varies; see individual job postings for details. 

Date Posted: 10/15/2022

As a basic human need, home is the foundation for life, especially during such uncertain times. At HCD, our mission is to promote safe, affordable homes and vibrant, inclusive, sustainable communities for all Californians, and right now is an exciting time to join Team HCD.

HCD currently has 29 positions open for Program Analysts, Community Development, and Staff Services positions.

Information about salary ranges and benefits is available in each individual job description at the “Apply Now” link below.

Multiple Open Positions (Sacred Heart Community Service)

Full Time and Part Time positions available

Deadline: Until filled

Date Posted: 10/05/2022

The mission of Sacred Heart Community Service is to build a community free from poverty by creating hope, opportunity, and action. We provide essential services, work together to improve our lives, organize for justice, and inspire our community to love, serve, and share.For over 56 years, SHCS has been one of the leading institutions addressing poverty in Santa Clara County through a strategy that combines addressing the consequences of poverty through impactful programs while building power with people to push for systemic change.

SHCS is currently hiring for multiple positions in the fields of Administration, Community Development, Energy Assistance, Essential Services, Family Assistance, Policy & Organizing, and Self-Sufficiency Services. Click “Apply Now” to view a listing with details of all open positions.

Senior Project Administrator/Executive Director (African American Cultural Center)

Full time

Deadline: Until filled

Date Posted: 10/01/2022

AACC is a community-based initiative to establish a distinguished hub for the African American Community in Silicon Valley. AACC is the City’s first Black-owned non-profit community development entity and is establishing itself as the preeminent developer of affordable housing and distinguishing community spaces. Its Signature Project will be the first project undertaken by AACC in partnership with First Community Housing and the African American Community Services Agency.

The Senior Project Administrator/Executive Director (SPA/ED) manages and directs the day to day business of the AACC, the developer of a mixed-use development housing the new African American Community Services Agency, a clinic, and affordable housing in San Jose, CA. The position is responsible for supervising and developing a new staff of project manager(s), consultants, interns, as well as overseeing all stages of organizational operations. The SPA/ED will oversee the development of AACC’s pipeline projects. Given the existing growth opportunity of the organization and the vision required to grow an organization, this SPA/ED will work collaboratively with the Board of the AACC as well as play a substantial role in engaging and gathering feedback from African American stakeholders throughout Silicon Valley. Work may encompass projects in varying stages of development and will include large, technically complex housing and mixed-use projects such as the AACC’s Signature Project. This position works under direction of the AACC Board of Directors and acts independently to manage projects and supervise staff.

Compensation and Benefits:
Highly competitive benefit package (health, dental, vision, 401(k), FSA, generous paid
holidays and time off). Compensation will be commensurate with experience (starting at $110,000).

To apply please send a cover letter and resume to Jose J. Lujano at JoseL@firsthousing.org

Project Administrator (African American Cultural Center)

Full time

Deadline: Until filled

Date Posted: 10/01/2022

AACC is a community-based initiative to establish a distinguished hub for the African American Community in Silicon Valley. AACC is the City’s first Black-owned non-profit community development entity and is establishing itself as the preeminent developer of affordable housing and distinguishing community spaces. Its Signature Project will be the first project undertaken by AACC in partnership with First Community Housing and the African American Community Services Agency.

The Project Administrator works closely with AACC’s Senior Project Administrator/Executive Director and other members of the staff to manage an assigned group of projects from feasibility analysis and design to securing financial commitments and construction. The Project Administrator is responsible for providing project management expertise to ensure that the projects remain on time, within budget, and compliant with stated goals and vision for
the development. This position provides technical and administrative support to staff of the
AACC and its consultants. This is a position geared toward individuals interested in a career in
community development and affordable housing development, possessing skills that enable them
to participate in a variety of large-scale, real estate development activities.

Compensation and Benefits:
Highly competitive benefit package (health, dental, vision, 401(k), FSA, generous paid holidays
and time off); Compensation will be commensurate with experience (starting at $90,000).

To apply please send a cover letter and resume to Jose J. Lujano at
JoseL@firsthousing.org.