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.


New Jersey Future
Policy Associate
The policy associate is a full-time position for an experienced professional interested in shaping, articulating and advocating for state policies that advance sustainable water infrastructure and smart growth. The position combines research, policy analysis and development, stakeholder convening, and written and oral communications. Issue areas covered will include an initial focus on stormwater utilities and lead in drinking water as well as other water infrastructure and smart growth topics. The policy associate reports to the managing director of policy and water and will work with other program and policy staff in a collegial atmosphere. 

Garden State Episcopal Community Development Corporation
Senior Project Manager- Affordable Housing Development
GSECDC is seeking a qualified candidate for the Senior Project Manager (SPM) position in the field of affordable housing development. The SPM will assist the Director of Housing and Community Development with meeting the production goals of the organization including new construction or rehab for home ownership, special needs housing and rentals that serve mixed income populations. The SPM will also assist the Director in asset management duties and participate in business development. 

M&T Bank
Community Reinvestment Act Officer
This position is responsible for serving as liaison between the Bank and the community to develop and administer local CRA (Community Reinvestment Act) Programs to meet the specific credit and banking needs of the low-to-moderate income population in the community. Assists Corporate CRA staff in meeting a variety of regulatory requirements and with the bi-annual CRA exam. 

NJ Community Capital
Communications Manager
This position will be a key player in NJCC's effort to create visibility and enhance awareness of the extraordinary work they do. You will be able to use your creativity and talent to further the reach of the NJCC brand, highlight their subject matter expertise and humbly share the stories of success. Because you are technically savvy, you’ll take charge of their digital content, generate a dynamic social media presence, and create attention-getting presentations. You’ll develop and leverage a strong network of contacts in media markets that include New York and Philadelphia, as well as among industry publications. To do this and more, you will engage people inside and outside of the organization and, because it is natural for you, you will be able to build and strengthen productive relationships as an agent of NJCC.

NJ Citizen Action
Intake and Outreach Coordinator (Bilingual)
NJCAEF is hiring a fullā€time, bilingual Intake and Outreach Coordinator (IOC) for the fair housing department. Working under the direction of the Director, the Intake and Outreach Coordinator is responsible for intake and case management of fair housing complaint allegations, technical assistance requests, landlord/tenant complaints, and requests for fair housing information or referrals. The IOC is responsible for designing and implementing trainings and outreach through presentations, webinars, publications, online platforms including social media. Trainings are provided to housing consumers, social service agencies, housing providers, local government, and the general public. The IOC is responsible for publicizing NJCAEF’s fair housing program and services throughout the state and representing NJCAEF at meetings and events, including in the role of public speaker.

La Casa de Don Pedro
Community and Economic Development Division Coordinator
Under the general direction of the Division Director, the Division Coordinator will assist clients in preventing foreclosure; preparing for home purchase and successful homeownership through programs; as well as conduct group education and individual counseling. The Division Coordinator will also serve as a member of La Casa’s Community Organizing Unit and will assist in day to day organizing duties. The position requires someone who enjoys thinking and executing solutions that are ‘outside the box’. This dynamic team member will be tasked with empowering community stakeholders to create sustainable change in their community. They will provide leadership and support the implementation of our community’s guiding comprehensive plan, Transforming Lower Broadway: A Quality of Life Roadmap. The Division Coordinator also provides financial literacy education and credit counseling when needed.