Jobs and opportunities

The California Community Land Trust Network (CACLTN) serves to support the work of our member organizations and communities through state-level policy, advocacy, member and district conferences, peer-peer training, and capacity building through the CA CLT Academy, as well as the development of financial/legal tools to enhance CLT development in California.

Opportunities With Our Members

 San Francisco CLT:

We’re excited to announce the opening for three new full time positions on the SFCLT staff:

  • Program Manager
  • Policy Director
  • Executive/Administrative Assistant/Office Manager 
We’re seeking value aligned candidates to join our close knit team in advancing the cause for equity and affordability in housing. Click here for job descriptions.


Segorea Te’ Land Trust

Land Manager and Land Team Member: In order to support the development of our land stewardship and land tending practices at Sogorea Te’ Land Trust, including current and future sites, we are creating the position of a Land Manager/Land Steward. The Land Manager is assisting the Land Team Leads in the design, development, and implementation of land stewardship work at seven rematriated sites in an urban setting.

The Land Team takes care of seven rematriated sites for the Sogorea Te’ Land Trust. Joining the STLT land team is an opportunity for enthusiastic individuals to work towards our purpose of healing and transforming the legacies of colonization through the practices of rematriation. Find the job descriptions here.

Northern Community Land Trust:

Executive Director: The Northern California Land Trust (NCLT) is seeking an Executive Director with experience in affordable housing development and nonprofit management to lead NCLT during a time of exciting growth and opportunity. After 20 years of leadership under their former Executive Director, NCLT’s new Executive Director will join the organization at a time of rapid growth. The full position announcement can be found at Applications will be considered on a rolling basis. Please apply no later than August 26.

Interested candidates should submit a resume and a cover letter that describes how their experience aligns with the position requirements to [email protected].

LA CLT Coalition:

Acquisition and Rehab Consultant: Do you have technical expertise with real-estate, affordable housing, and working with government agencies? Join the Los Angeles CLT Coalition as an Acquisition & Rehab Consultant! Help manage and implement land stewardship initiatives and support the coalition with acquisition, rehabilitation, and conversion to cooperative ownership projects in Los Angeles – which are community-driven and innovative models of community land control and asset building. We are accepting proposals from consulting groups and individuals. For more information about the position and how to apply by August 31st, please click here. 

South Bay Community Land Trust:

Operational Co-Director: SBCLT is seeking an Operational Co-Director who is experienced, self-motivated, and passionate about collective leadership. The director will work closely with the SBCLT Board, staff, and governmental and community-based partners The Operational Co-Director shall perform administrative, and program management work and support the acquisition and development of projects pursued by SBCLT or by professional consultants and development partners. Find the job posting here.

Organizing Co-Director: The overall goal of this position is to initiate and build an inclusive and sustainable SBCLT Tenant Organizing Department. The mission of the Tenant Organizing Department will be to organize and educate tenants to facilitate building purchases, and empower CLT tenants to manage their own properties and ultimately (if they choose) to own their own units. The long-term goal will be to coordinate the growth of SBCLT with the larger South Bay tenant movement, for the benefit of both, as part of an overall transformative land strategy. Find the job posting here.

Bay Area Community Land Trust:

Bay Area CLT seeks a Program Manager to help build and maintain a strong, democratically-controlled, member-based organization. Working closely with the Director, the Program Manager is responsible for the overall coordination of our member services, outreach, and co-op education programs. Other duties include supporting our Small Sites program, as well as some administrative work. Find the job posting here

Bolinas Community Land Trust:

BCLT is hiring a Property Manager! This position will oversee and completes the repair and maintenance for all BCLT properties, keeping records and communicating with tenants for rent and lease agreements, and is the point person for tenants for any issues to do with their homes. The property manager must be a skilled repair and maintenance specialist with experience in property management, they must be a good communicator, and someone who is a people person and enjoys challenges and finding solutions. You can find more information about this position here.

Northern California Land Trust:
Northern CLT is seeking to hire a full-time Stewardship and Education Manager. The Stewardship & Education Manager oversees the stewardship of NCLT’s homeownership projects, and CalHome mortgage assistance program, as well as the education of NCLT renters interested in coop conversion. The position coordinates education programming with various partner entities and projects and oversees NCLT communications. You can find the job description and instructions on submitting an application here.


Sacramento CLT:

Sacramento Community Land Trust is seeking a motivated and creative social media marketing freelancer for a 6 months contract (renewal optional). Applicants from historically marginalized groups and those who have a historical connection to Sacramento are especially encouraged to submit an application. More information here.

Other Employment Opportunities from our Partners

Housing California:
Housing California is seeking to hire a full-time Organizing Director. 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. Apply Here.