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Community Engaged Public Policy/Planning Research Manager
Just Cities Institute
Just Cities seeks a compassionate public policy/urban planning researcher and project manager with experience in transformative community planning and demonstrated commitment to advancing racial and social justice. The Community Engaged Public Policy/Planning Research Manager (Manager) will serve as the project and research manager of transformative and impactful public policy and urban planning initiatives in the Bay Area and California addressing housing, land use, transportation, and/or environmental justice. We seek a thoughtful, creative, and extremely organized individual who thrives on designing and managing organizational systems, loves working with grassroots residents and government officials alike, is passionate about the messy realities of urban planning and policy making, and enjoys urban planning research. The Manager will report directly to Just Cities staff. In addition, the Manager will work directly with UC Berkeley researchers and students, community partners, and government agency partners.
Multifamily Lending Manager
Housing Trust Silicon Valley
The Multifamily Lending (MFL) Manager is a visible role within the affordable housing field in the greater Bay Area. This position interacts with senior leadership and managers within every department and supervises loan officers and credit analysts.

The MFL Manager plays a vital role in supporting HT’s lending initiatives and partnerships with global technology companies which increase the capital available to facilitate and accelerate the pace of affordable housing production and strengthen HT’s presence and footprint.

The position reports to the chief lending officer (CLO) and will be instrumental in successfully supporting HT’s business development strategies for MFL.
Senior Housing Community Development Specialist
Santa Clara County Office of Supportive Housing
Hey Folks!

We are hiring on our Housing Development and Asset Management team for a Senior Housing Community Development Specialist!

If you want to help us build more affordable and supportive housing throughout Santa Clara County and are interested in collaborative local government partnerships this is the perfect job for you! Folks with affordable housing project management experience, asset management, real estate, lending/underwriting, or local government experience are highly desired!

Our Office is located in North San Jose near Levi Stadium and the Champion VTA Light Rail Station steps away making an easy BART transfer for folks in the greater Bay Area.

Feel free to reach out to me directly with questions about the position or if you want to know more about the work that we do! Salary ranges from $112k-136k depending on experience, plus wonderful County Benefits like Union representation, pension, great healthcare options and *some* telework flexibility!
Program Manager II - Asset Management
Santa Clara County Office of Supportive Housing
The Program Manager II - Asset Management II position independently manages the County’s affordable housing loan portfolio, including monitoring, annual compliance reviews, and projecting the cash flow generated from the portfolio. The PM II supervises staff and must possess exceptional communication and interpersonal skills to effectively partner with various stakeholders, property management companies, homeowners, and County departments.
Project Manager
Novin Developement
Affordable housing PM
Research Assistant - Bilingual (Entry Level)
RSG, Inc
RSG is seeking a passionate, intelligent, and capable individual for an entry level opportunity with our consulting business. As described more fully below, the Research Assistant performs data collection and analysis on housing and economic development projects and provides opportunities for growth and advancement. Candidates who succeed at RSG align with our core values, are quick learners, and are motivated not only by their own professional growth, but the outcomes they can help deliver to our public agency and private sector clients.

In this role, the ideal candidate must be based out of one of RSG’s offices (either Irvine, East Bay, or North San Diego County). It is expected that the candidate live within commutable distance of an RSG office. The position is mostly work-from-home but requires some in-person office work. Equipment and stipends to support work-from-home capabilities will be provided by the company upon employment. Primary functions include collecting data, performing Excel spreadsheet analysis, and presenting error-free fact-based findings to senior staff and clients. Additionally, the Research Assistant will support public engagement activities including but not limited to surveys, interviews, and workshop support in communities of color in Southern California.

This position requires an individual who demonstrates attention to detail, extreme organization and time management, and the ability to form conclusive statements based on data. The ideal candidate will possess strong communication skills to conduct research and present findings to senior staff.
Program Analyst, Implementation
All Home
The Program Analyst will support implementation of All Home’s core policy initiatives, particularly the Regional Action Plan (RAP) that sets a goal to reduce the Bay Area’s unsheltered homelessness by 75% in three years. To support RAP implementation, All Home is developing a new toolkit to standardize governance and oversight for local homelessness programming in partnership with local jurisdictions. The Program Analyst will usually be embedded with local governments to continue developing, refining, and implementing the toolkit. Implementation will include assisting local government agencies with research and analysis to implement the policies and programs outlined in this best practices toolkit. The County of San Mateo is our first partner co-piloting this project. Between agency assignments, the Program Analyst will support related analytical tasks within All Home.
The ideal candidate will have experience working in California homelessness policy or programming as an analyst, researcher, or program manager with a familiarity of how programs are implemented at the state, county, and/or city level.
Project Manager, Economic Mobility
All Home
The Economic Mobility Project Manager will be responsible for the management of all operations and processes related to All Home’s economic mobility projects. This includes tracking, ensuring progress to goals, developing agendas, coordinating meetings and managing stakeholder relationships.
Chief among All Home’s economic mobility projects is management of the Bay Area High Road Transition Collaborative (BA-HRTC). All Home was selected by the State to serve as Convener for a 51-organization coalition charged with developing a region-wide economic development plan that moves the Bay Area toward a carbon-neutral economy, while also creating high-road jobs that are prioritized for the region’s disinvested communities. Funding for the project comes from the State’s Community Economic Resilience Fund (CERF). Other economic mobility projects include the creation of a workforce development system that works for those who are unsheltered or at the risk of becoming so, and a system that connects families and individuals seeking rental assistance with employment services.
The ideal candidate will have exceptional organizational and communication skills, comfort working with multiple stakeholders at varying levels of seniority, and ability to manage multiple responsibilities simultaneously.
Focus Strategies
Consultants lead inclusive community processes and produce engaging and accessible written materials for a wide range of audiences. Consultants assist our client communities to use the power of analytics to design and implement housing-focused, equity-informed, and person-centered solutions that reduce homelessness.
Suburban Community Organizer
East Bay Housing Organizations
Suburban Organizer 
Based in Contra Costa County (Hybrid)

EBHO mobilizes the power and wisdom of its members to produce, preserve, and protect affordable housing opportunities for low-income communities in the East Bay.

Our Resident and Community Organizing Program (RCOP) is an organizing program for residents of affordable housing in the East Bay. EBHO offers trainings for residents to gain knowledge and skills required to participate in affordable housing advocacy.

Job Summary:
The Suburban Organizer will work extensively in the field to expand RCOP into Concord and Antioch.

Duties and Responsibilities:
* Utilize grassroots organizing skills, including outreach, one-on-ones, emails and phone calls.
* Establish connections with property managers in non-profit developments to meet residents in their building.
* Craft policy and develop strategy to move the needle on housing justice.
* Organize community meetings, training, actions, and events.
* Support resident members in their involvement in other EBHO programs.
* Act as an EBHO representative in coalitions.
* Three years experience in community organizing or similar experience.
* Grassroots organizing experience such as door-knocking, 1-on-1’s, phone-banking, canvassing, and voter registration.
* A commitment to social justice, and experience working in low-income communities and communities of color.
* Experience facilitating meetings and trainings and developing educational materials.
* Strong communication skills, both verbal and written.

To apply: 
Please send a PDF of your resume and a cover letter in an email with the subject line “Suburban Organizer” to
Associate/Senior Associate (Proj Mngr/Snr Project Mngr)
LeSar Development Consultants
Interested in affordable housing consulting?

We are hiring for Associate and Senior Associate positions, which if you are not familiar tracks to Project Manager/Senior Project Manager.

We design and launch strategic programs to address California’s housing and homelessness crises.
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Program Manager for Housing Equity
The Greenlining Institute
This role will focus on shaping and leading policy efforts to increase access to and funding for affordable housing in communities of color while assisting in the monitoring of public and private institutions’ efforts to achieve their stated housing goals. The Housing Equity Program Manager will also lead efforts to research and incubate new housing policy concepts that align with Greenlining’s Housing Platform. This role will work with fellow advocates at partner organizations across the housing policy field, actively participate in key housing-related coalitions, and support direct advocacy targeted at state and federal policymakers. This position will work under the supervision of the Senior Director for Economic Equity and mentors Leadership Academy Participants.
Director of Real Estate Development
Menorah Housing Foundation
See job posting link on Indeed for further details.
Clinicians (3 openings)
Turn BHS
Conducting individual and group therapy with those who are dual diagnosed.
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Clinical supervisor
Turn BHS
Overseeing peers and clinical team for an act program while holding a small case load.
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Program manager
Turn BHS
Manage a AOT program
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Program manager
Turn BHS
Manage a FSP team of 7 employees providing wrap around services
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Organizing Director
Housing California
The Organizing Director will connect and lead statewide, multisector coalitions and grassroots networks that center people with lived experience of housing instability, to advance shared priorities and change the balance of power in state policymaking. In particular, the Organizing Director will provide leadership to Housing California’s signature power building initiative, the Residents United Network, to grow the network and increase RUN leaders’ impact on state-level homelessness and affordable housing policies.

Housing California seeks candidates who are passionate and experienced leaders, excellent strategic thinkers, and have the proven ability to build the power of those most impacted by our state’s housing crisis.
Senior Project Manager/Project Manager
City of Ontario
Coming late summer/early fall, the City of Ontario will have opportunities for housing professionals. Located in the Inland Empire, the City of Ontario has reimagined the implementation of affordable housing and homeless services within its jurisdiction to create the Housing Services Department. The Housing Services Department serves Ontario residents in need of assistance in obtaining, preserving, or keeping their home. The affordable housing division operates programs for homebuyers, homeowners, and renters, including programs to increase the availability of affordable housing through new housing development, monitoring of existing assisted units for regulatory compliance, and managing assets owned by the Ontario Housing Authority. In addition, this division operates programs to support neighborhood improvements, including housing rehabilitation and exterior beautification. This division also includes administration of federal and state grants. The homeless services division works to reduce and prevent homelessness by connecting residents to the programs and resources needed to stay in their home or find a new home. Our social workers partner with County and nonprofit agencies as needed for mental health, employment, and other essential services. Programs administered by this division include rental assistance programs, street outreach, emergency and interim housing, and supportive services to maintain housing stability.
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Project Manager
Housing Authority of the City of Alameda
We are an innovative Housing Authority doing our own development with an exciting pipeline of permanent supportive Housing senior housing family housing You name it We got it. looking for a dynamic individual to enjoy our hands on local community development and the beautiful city of alameda.
Tenants’ Rights Staff Attorney
California Rural Legal Assistance Foundation
CRLAF represents farmworkers and other low-wage rural workers and their families in landlord tenant disputes such as: issues around habitability, wrongful evictions, employer-owned housing matters, labor camps, and mobile park related matters, including park conversions.

The Staff Attorney will play a critical role in the continued development and implementation of the housing project, including advocacy and litigation on behalf of low-income tenants in rural California, community education and leadership development, as well as collaboration with other governmental and nonprofit agencies.
Housing Project Manager
City of East Palo Alto
The City of East Palo Alto is seeking candidates who have commitment in serving the community of East Palo Alto and in advancing housing affordability and stability. People with a strong racial equity lens are highly encouraged. Position is open until filled (candidates are encouraged to apply by Friday 3/31 at 12pm).
Housing & Homeless Manager I/II/III
Stanislaus County Community Services Agency
Please see flyer on job posting.
Executive Director
We are seeking someone to continue the legacy of this well-respected and effective organization while evolving to meet current challenges. The successful candidate will sustain and grow Organizational strength and capacity, exemplify EBHO’s value, support staff to excel, be a powerful spokesperson for housing justice, and build connections and understanding among a wide and diverse range of organizational stakeholders.
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Senior Project Manager / Project Manager
The Unity Council
The Unity Council is a community based nonprofit developer in Oakland. We’re adding a project manager or senior project manager to the team. If you might be a good fit, let’s chat!
Senior/Affordable Housing Finance Consultant
Community Economics, Inc.
Community Economics, Inc. (CEI) is seeking an affordable housing professional with excellent skills in financial analysis and strategic thinking. The successful candidate will assist nonprofit housing organizations and public agencies with financial analysis for the development of affordable rental housing. Experience in housing development finance and the Low Income Housing Tax Credit program is required.

We are currently hiring for these positions, dependent upon the applicant’s experience:
- Senior Affordable Housing Finance Consultant
- Affordable Housing Finance Consultant

The Consultant will work with multiple clients developing affordable rental properties serving a range of low income populations in various geographic regions.
Project Manager
Cabrillo Economic Development Corporation
Our successful Project Managers are knowledgeable in all aspects of affordable housing/real estate development, including the entitlement process and political positioning dynamics. Communication skills are essential in order to represent the project vision to completion while being sensitive to nay-sayers. The ability to multi-task several needs of each project while managing multiple projects and exercising a high degree of independence, motivation and accountability is crucial.

• Manage all phases of development including initial financial feasibility analysis, proformas, overseeing design development, securing all necessary financing, procuring and contracting with all third party consultants, overseeing construction efforts and timeline.
• Manage efficiently tasks necessary to obtain entitlements, including neighborhood design meetings, submission of entitlement applications, attendance at public hearings, and on-going coordination of the project design team.
• Coordinate with asset management, property management and resident services during predevelopment and construction to ensure smooth tenant relations.
• Perform site inspections and due diligence, evaluating and highlighting opportunities and risks.
• Organize, negotiate, coordinate, document and facilitate project partnership and land escrow closings.
• Formulate and execute strategy for successful applications in response to Requests for Proposals (RFPs).
• Initiate and maintain ongoing cordial professional relationships with outside entities and various stakeholders.
• Structuring and negotiating real estate development transactions and affordable housing finance including public subsidies, low income housing tax credits and tax exempted bonds; ability to creatively combine financing tools to leverage housing funds. Experience with acquisition/rehabilitation and portfolio rehabilitation preferred.
• Assist with department and organizational strategy to position CEDC as a preferred developer
within CA
Housing Opportunities Manager
Mono County
The Housing Opportunities Manager works under the County Administrative Officer and will be responsible for developing, implementing, and administering affordable low and moderate income, workforce, multi-family, single-family and homeless/ special needs housing units in Mono County. Core functions include initiating, developing, planning, organizing, directing, coordinating, implementing, and managing County housing projects and programs, initiated by the County or, when appropriate, by other public entities, non-governmental organizations, and private developers. This position will work autonomously and provide housing program expertise to the County Administrator, Board of Supervisors, County departments, and partners on matters of housing development standards, regulations, methods, trends opportunities, programmatic and organizational structures, grant programs, and financing from public and private sources. The position will also be responsible for monitoring and analyzing housing-related legislation as well as leading and executing advocacy for housing programs and objectives.
Supervising Accountant-Housing Division
City of Oceanside
Oversee the accounting duties and processes for Neighborhood Services - Housing Division. Position is responsible for administration and management of various grant & funding programs, including financial reporting, budgeting, and forecasting and audit preparation. Familiarity with HUD regulations, Federal, State and local grants, Housing Choice Voucher (HCV) program, Financial Management Assessment System (FASS) and Integrated Disbursement & Information Systems. Familiarity with accounting best practices and compliance. Provide supervision of two staff and interface with City Finance Department. Position closes 4/14/2023.
Manager, Housing Development
The Kelsey
We are hiring a full time team member to join our growing real estate team. For this role, you will:

- Manage pipeline of new projects and inquires for support in developing disability-forward housing
Respond to organizations and individuals requesting support to develop affordable, accessible, and inclusive housing
- Identify and oversee feasibility studies with partners: In addition to working with partners, we are also pursuing our own housing developments
- Manage Housing Technical Assistance Projects: We are partnering with several organizations to build their capacity to create inclusive, affordable, accessible housing.
- Support organizational management to develop replicable business development processes to support in-bound requests for partnership:

Full details at
Mental Health Counselor
Napa County Health and Human Services
Napa County Health and Human Services is hiring a Mh counselor to work with Welfare to Work and CalWORKs Housing Support Program clients. This position provides short-term MH interventions and helps bridge the gap and reduce access barriers that our clients typically face.
Affordable Housing Manager
City of Oxnard
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Housing Program Analyst III
County of San Diego
The Housing Program Analyst III designs, develops, implements, and evaluates existing and proposed low-income housing, community and/or economic development programs, and community development plans. Housing Program Analyst III incumbents independently implement and evaluate a wide variety of housing and community development and low-income housing programs.

The ideal candidate must be a self-starter, proactive, flexible, and supportive of change and cross training. We desire individuals who can take initiative, develop relationships, cross thread with other jurisdictions and stay current in the industry.

Education and/or Experience:

One (1) year of experience as a Housing Program Analyst II in the County of San Diego; OR,
A bachelor's degree from an accredited U.S. college or university, or a certified foreign studies equivalency in business administration, public administration, urban studies/planning, or a closely related field, AND, three (3) years of professional experience in planning and developing local housing, community development and/or economic development programs.
Note: A master's degree from an accredited U.S. college or university, or a certified foreign studies equivalency in business administration, public administration, urban studies/planning, or a closely related field may substitute for up to one (1) year of the required experience.

Housing Manager
City of Chula VistA
To plan, organize and direct the activities of the Housing and Homeless Services Department’s Housing Division, which includes developing affordable housing opportunities for the residents of the City; to coordinate assigned activities with other divisions, departments and outside agencies; to provide professional staff support to the Housing and Homeless Advisory Commission; to recommend policy and serve as project manager for affordable housing developments funded by the City; to oversee affordable housing preservation and production development; to work in coordination with department staff to create and implement affordable housing programs; and to perform other duties as assigned.
Innovative Housing Opportunities
IHO seeks a highly effective and results-oriented Controller to join our innovative and dynamic team. This role is accountable for the planning, directing, and coordinating of all accounting operational functions. The Controller will guide financial decisions by establishing, monitoring, and enforcing policies and procedures. They will manage the accumulation and consolidation of all financial data necessary for an accurate accounting of consolidated business results. They will ensure asset protection by establishing, monitoring, enforcing internal controls, and training all members of IHO to understand and utilize them. Be diligent in monitoring and confirming financial condition by conducting audits and providing information to external auditors while maintaining a comprehensive set of controls and budgets designed to mitigate risk. They are responsible for coordinating and preparing internal and external financial statements ensuring that reported results comply with generally accepted accounting principles. The Controller will have a good understanding of all facets of real estate development. The responsibilities will include corporate investment and oversight of the Housing Innovation Fund (HIFund) in conjunction with the CFO and investment manager.
Program Supervisor
Homeless Outreach Program Integrated Care System (HOPICS)
Housing Stabilization Program Supervisor will be responsible for our Time Limited Subsidy rental assistance program for families. The Supervisor will directly supervise case managers, completing budgets, providing reports and documentation as necessary. Supervise day to day activities of programs and staff. Monitor contract compliance and completion of contract goals/objectives and work collaboratively with the agency management and provide reports as necessary.
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