Jobs at NCLT


Are you interested in helping our communities transform the Bay Area? Have a vision to help collaboratively create permanently affordable homes, community centers, small businesses – and make Northern California a more equitable, just and inclusive place? Join the NCLT team.

Currently we are hiring for:

1) Vallejo CLT Project Manager. The Vallejo Project Manager is the key staff member for the partnership between NCLT and the Vallejo Housing Justice Coalition (​VHJC​) to create a new Community Land Trust initiative in Vallejo. The Project Manager will collaborative lead unique and visionary community-initiated, permanently affordable housing development projects with community members of the Coalition, NCLT development staff, BARHII (The Bay Area Regional Health Inequities Initiative) and Urban Habitat.

Please review the Vallejo Project Manager position announcement and apply via email to Open until hired! Principals / candidates only please. No recruiters.

2) Rehab Project Manager and Sustainability Director. The Rehab Project Manager is a core team member of both our Property Management / Stewardship team and the Project Development team and will lead the rehab and energy efficiency upgrades at NCLT’s portfolio of more than 20 projects. In addition the position serves as the lead on NCLT’s ambitious 2030 goal to achieve a net-zero carbon impact across all of our projects – new and existing.

The Rehab Project Manager will work closely with both property managers, residents, and the project development team to develop, bid and oversee rehab construction; conduct capital needs assessments and support capital budgeting processes. The ideal candidate will have at least 3-5 years of project management experience in housing development, construction or related field. They should also have knowledge, or desire to learn about the community land trust model.

Please review the position announcement for Rehab Project Manager and Sustainability Director and apply by July 24th via email to Principals only.

3) Administrative Coordinator  is a core team member of our Finance and Administrator team along with the Finance Manager, Executive Director. Ideally they bring 3 to 5 years of  office administrative experience in a non-profit housing development, law, real estate or related field and experience effectively overseeing volunteers, work-study students and/or interns They should also have knowledge, or desire to learn about the community land trust model.

Please review the position announcement for Administrative Coordinator and apply by August 15th via email to with earlier submission welcomed. Principals only.