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 community 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

The San Geronimo Valley Affordable Housing Association (SGVAHA):

The San Geronimo Valley Affordable Housing Association (SGVAHA) is hiring its first Executive Director. SGVAHA provides 26 affordable homes and is looking for an Executive Director to shepherd its growth into a new chapter to create more affordable homes in the San Geronimo and Nicasio Valleys of rural Marin. Click here for more info and to apply!

Community Land Trust Association of West Marin (CLAM):

Associate Project Manager: CLAM is hiring a full-time (40 hours/week) Associate Project Manager to help create new affordable homes and assist with resident management in CLAM’s service area of West Marin, California. The major responsibilities of this position include project management, resident management, and fund development support.

This job is based in Point Reyes Station in West Marin, California. The Associate Project Manager is expected to work in CLAM office and visit job sites in West Marin, CA.

Find the full job description here: PDF / Word

Send a cover letter and resume to [email protected]

San Francisco Community Land Trust:

The Asset Manager is responsible for managing and monitoring SFCLTs assets (Reserve Management – Operating and Replacement, Addressing Capital Needs, Annual Budgets: Creating a budget and explaining to residents, Supervision of Operations Manager, Program Manager & Resident Education & Outreach Manager for Marketing & Lease Up, among other things.).

Working as a collaborative leader, the Finance Director is responsible for managing and reporting on all fiscal and fiduciary affairs of the organization, including reporting to investors, lenders, grantors and government agencies; cash and loan management; budgeting and forecasting; and supervising accounting and ensuring the regularity of accounting and fiscal procedures.

LA CLT Coalition: Campaign Coordinating Consultant
The LA CLT Coalition is seeking a Campaign Coordinating Consultant to coordinate the success of a Tenant Opportunity to Purchase (TOPA) campaign within Los Angeles County. In collaboration with all 5 community land trusts and legal aid partners, this coordinator will be tasked with managing the campaign workgroup, tracking relevant policy, and conducting outreach and education on the campaign.

Irvine CLT: Project Manager
Irvine CLT is seeking to hire an Affordable Housing Project Manager with demonstrated experience and sound understanding of housing development and expertise in real estate finance with an emphasis on ownership and rental housing.