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.

We’re Hiring! 

San Joaquin Valley Community Ownership Coordinator

Part-Time Position: 20hrs/week, with $38.46 hourly wage. Position does not include benefits other than sick leave

The San Joaquin Valley Community Ownership Coordinator will be a facilitator, convenor, connector and resource for Project participant organizations, helping them access what they need to develop their programs and make an impact. The Coordinator will be a half-time position based in the San Joaquin Valley to maximize in-person access and to build trust. Read the full job description and apply before March 8, 2024.


Opportunities With Our Members

Beverly Vermont CLT:
The Director of Finance and Operations will focus on organizational development, long-term strategy, infrastructure building, and financial management. 

The Director of Cultural Arts & Base Building will primarily focus on organizing and outreach, serving as the direct base builder for BVCLT in order to strengthen membership, develop ways of engagement, and provide culturally relevant programs.

BVCLT is led by a horizontal leadership structure by its board and staff. Both Director roles will intentionally organize and shape BVCLT’s staff collective, which is made up of four Directors. The staff collective will collaborate to manage BVCLT’s day-to-day operations and participate in developing democratic governance structures guiding the growth of the organization.

THRIVE Santa Ana:
THRIVE is excited to announce we are hiring for two full time positions – a Membership Organizer and Executive Director – please help us spread the word!   This is a great opportunity to welcome two new staff members to our team.  See job descriptions with more info at Apply before the deadline, February 9, 2024.  

Bolinas CLT (BCLT): 
The Administrative Director will report to the Executive Director and serve as part of the leadership team of the BCLT. They will be responsible for the administrative, operational, and finance functions required to advance the organization’s mission. For more details and to apply, click here.

Richmond LAND:
We’re hiring an Executive Director to lead our organization and support the growth of our community land trust in Richmond and West Contra Costa County. We are looking for someone with a commitment to organizing, movements, and creative placemaking who can also hold or support our real estate work. We’d ideally like someone from from Richmond or the East Bay, but are open to anyone who is a good fit. For the full job posting, click here

Central CA Land Trust (CCLT): 
The Executive Director oversees CCLT’s operations, resource development, staffing, budgeting, and community engagement. For the full job description and salary, click here.

San Francisco CLT:
We’re excited to announce the openings for three positions on the SFCLT staff: Strategic Impact Director, Maintenance Coordinator, and Housing Director. 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.

Sogorea Te’ Land Trust

The Sogorea Te’ Land Trust is seeking applicants for two positions: Media Artist/ Land Worker and Land Back Coordinator. 

We are seeking a Bay Area-based creative and culturally engaged person to collaborate with our creative team as a Media Artist/ Land Worker. This position is focused on social media with partial time working at land sites throughout the greater Bay Area. Read the job description here.

We are seeking a Bay Area based, culturally engaged person to support the coordination and administration of our land back processes as the Land Back Coordinator: Read the job description here.


Other Employment Opportunities With Our Partners

Enterprise Community Partners

Enterprise Southern California seeks a Program Director, Capital Solutions & Partnerships to help implement and manage multiple projects advancing our regional affordable housing goals. The Program Director will work with the Southern California team, national Enterprise staff, local partners, and public agencies, and will be responsible for the development and implementation of development trainings, technical assistance, and resource deployments aimed at increasing affordable housing production and preservation. Learn more and apply here. 

East Bay Permanent Real Estate Cooperative (EBPREC):

The East Bay Permanent Real Estate Cooperative is a multi-stakeholder coop that facilitates BIPOC and allied communities to cooperatively organize, finance, purchase, occupy, and steward commercial and residential properties, taking them permanently off the speculative market. Join EB PREC to put your skills to work for housing, economic, and racial justice!

Development and Grant Writing Associate

Real Estate and Finance Analyst

Center for CLT Innovation:

The Education and Outreach Manager will play a lead role in organizing webinars, workshops, and online courses in collaboration with faculty from around the world. This position will facilitate knowledge-sharing through organizing peer exchanges and linking emerging CLTs with mentor organizations. In addition, this position will lead the CLT 2030 Just Transition Project’s advisory committee, curate materials on sustainable development, and integrate just transition themes into educational offerings and World CLT Day. Learn more and apply here.

Housing California:

Housing California (CA) is a statewide non-profit affordable housing and homelessness advocacy organization dedicated to improving life within our golden state. We open minds and organize people most impacted by housing injustice and their allies to effectively advance equitable systems change and structural reform policy solutions grounded in the lived expertise of affordable housing residents and social and economic policy research. We envision a California with homes, health, and wealth for all in thriving, sustainable communities. View open positions here.