Employment Opportunities

The Network is happy to post job opportunities for its member organizations. Simply send the description of the position and application information to narce@hcdnnj.org and the position will be posted in this space and in our monthly newsletter. We will advertise open positions online for 60 days unless requested to do so longer.


Interns Wanted!
Know of someone looking for an internship? The Network has year-round availability for interns. Click here to access an application. For more information and to submit applications, e-mail human.resources@hcdnnj.org.


Ironbound Community Corporation
Development Officer
The aim of establishing the position of Development Officer is to build a stronger resource development and visibility function within ICC. The Development Officer will report to the Executive Director, and work closely with the directors of all program areas to support their existing fundraising efforts and amplify them. This person will join the Senior Management Team and, as such, be expected to set an example as a leader and manager of ICC. 

Ironbound Community Corporation
Human Resources Manager
The Human Resources Manager is part of the administrative team and, as such, participates in weekly meetings with the Executive Director, the Chief Operating Officer, the Chief Fiscal Officer and the Development Director. With the support of the administrative team, s/he will be responsible for building a human resources function at ICC. Responsibilities will range from ensuring legal compliance with federal and state employment law and workplace regulations to supporting the development and maintenance of a healthy organizational culture reflective of ICC’s values (empathy, mutual respect, fairness and transparency, commitment to excellence, and accountability) and longtime commitment to equity and justice. 

Affordable Housing Alliance
Director of Property Management and Residential Services
Serving under the direction of the Chief Operating Officer (COO) will be responsible for administration and oversight of the Affordable Housing Alliance's housing portfolio and residential clients, including all those owned by sub-entities. The individual in this roll will provide leadership for property management and residential service staff as well as oversee the maintenance supervisor, ensuring properties use optimal mix of internal and 3rd party vendors.

New Bridge
Asset Manager
he Asset Manager supports the agency’s mission by performing asset management for a portfolio of 40+ sites – which includes counseling offices, group homes and affordable housing for individuals and families with special needs. The Asset Manager exercises considerable independent judgment and initiative in performing the duties of the position and must exercise tact and courtesy in contact with federal/state/local officials, consultants, housing agencies, colleagues, residents and the general public.

Community Organizer/Developer
HANDS (Housing and Neighborhood Development Services) Inc. is seeking an experienced, committed, self-starter to continue a successful tradition of connecting and engaging neighbors with neighborhood revitalization plans and programs. The position is point-person for HANDS’ work to increase resident capacity and participation in civic affairs, support resident efforts to improve the quality of community life, and advance the mission and values of HANDS.

NJ Community Development Corporation
Vice President of Development
The Vice President of Development is responsible for overseeing all aspects of the organization's fundraising and marketing activities and for serving as the organization's key external affairs representative to diverse audiences. Proven skills in identifying, cultivating, soliciting and stewarding corporate and individual donors and foundations are essential, as are marketing skills and techniques to enhance the organization's profile. Specific responsibilities include: Develop and implement annual fundraising plan resulting in increased financial support; maintain and build upon the organization's existing base of donors; identify major gift donors; aggressively research potential grant sources and write grant proposals; initiate a capital campaign; and manage existing events and develop new special events.

Garden State Episcopal Community Development Corporation
GSECDC is seeking a “seasoned” Controller with 5-10 years in a Non Profit Accounting/Finance Management position that will oversee all accounting functions, budgeting, Auditing, Risk Management, and Cash Management, that will report directly to the Executive Director. The qualified candidate will have a minimum of BS in accounting with a minimum of 5-10 plus years in Non Profit Accounting Management. Thorough understanding of accounting for affordable housing development projects and Medicaid billing for permanent supportive housing required. Excellent verbal communication skills required as this position will interface with Sr. Management Team and Federal, State, County, and local government funders.

Garden State Episcopal Community Development Corporation
Real Estate Coordinator
GSECDC is seeking a highly motivated candidate for the Real Estate Coordinator (REC) position. This position provides administrative and program support to the Division Director and Project Managers that are developing affordable housing. This position provides an opportunity for growth and learning about affordable housing, community development and real estate development. 


Jewish Community Housing Corporation of New Jersey
Occupancy Specialist
The JCH Corporation of Metropolitan New Jersey is seeking an experienced and competent individual for our corporate office located in West Orange, NJ. Reporting directly to the Site Manager, this position is full time with potential growth and expansion within the company. The primary objective of the Occupancy Specialist is to perform all HAP duties associated with rental assistance for JCHC Affordable Housing Communities, accurately maintains all Certifications, Re-Certifications, Onsite Submissions, TRAC Audits, and Tax Credit Submission.

Regional Plan Association
New Jersey Director
Regional Plan Association (RPA) is seeking a creative and dynamic professional to direct the organization’s programs and activities in New Jersey. Working with RPA’s talented research, advocacy and communications staff and reporting to the Vice President of State Programs and Advocacy, the New Jersey director will help develop, promote and implement projects and policy goals in the state. This includes identifying and articulating New Jersey’s policy priorities in transportation, housing, economic development and environmental protection, and integrating them into RPA’s regional research and advocacy strategy. The position requires effectively communicating RPA’s mission and objectives to New Jersey policy makers, media, planning professionals, community leaders and residents.