Are you passionate about expanding access to truly affordable housing, community space, and other vital neighborhood needs? Join the movement for community land trusts in NYC! See below for current job opportunities with NYCCLI member organizations.

Brownsville Logo Project Coordinator: Community Action for Healthy Homes
The mission of the Brownsville Partnership (BP) is to convene community stakeholders to harness their collective power to advance the health, safety, and prosperity of the storied Brooklyn neighborhood of Brownsville. Our team brings residents, not-for-profits, government, local businesses, and philanthropy together under the Partnership to work collectively on priorities set by Brownsville families. Every year, BP offers services and opportunities that benefit 20,000 local residents. Learn more and apply here.
Chhaya Logo Small Business Program Associate
Chhaya seeks an energetic and dynamic Small Business Program Associate to engage in its Small Business Program. Chhaya’s Small Business Program works to promote, protect, and preserve the immigrant-owned and immigrant-serving small businesses in New York City. The Program Associate will work with small business owners and other stakeholders to prevent the dislocation of culturally-significant commercial spaces from the neighborhood, which is facing rapid gentrification resulting in residential, commercial, and cultural displacement. Learn more and apply here.
Cooper Square CLT Logo Tenant Organizer
The Cooper Sq. Community Land Trust is the oldest active land trust in NYC. It owns and stewards the land under 23 buildings with 346 units, including 21 older buildings that are a combined Mutual Housing Association, and our two newest
buildings that are joined together in a rent stabilized HDFC. We seek to hire a part-time Tenant Organizer for these two new buildings. Learn more and apply here.
ENY CLT Logo Community Land Trust Coordinator
East New York Community Land Trust (ENYCLT) was founded during the pandemic by local residents with the support of Cypress Hills Local Development Corporation, who is our fiscal sponsor. We are seeking a CLT Coordinator as we work towards becoming an independent membership organization capable of handling all of our operations functions ourselves. The CLT Coordinator will help us plan and establish systems necessary to reach the goal of becoming an independent, democratic, membership-based CLT. Learn more and apply here.
New Economy Project Logo Policy Associate for Community Land Trusts
New Economy Project seeks a mid- or senior-level Policy Associate dedicated to expanding BIPOC community control of land, housing, and neighborhood development. The Policy Associate will work with NYC’s growing community land trust (CLT) movement to secure policies, funding, and other support for CLTs working to develop permanently-affordable housing and meet other community needs. We especially seek candidates with strong affordable housing development and policy expertise. Read more and apply!
NWBCCC Logo Community Development Project Manager
The NWBCCC is a 47-year old grassroots member-led community-based organization that unites individuals and institutions to fight for racial justice and economic democracy NWBCCC uses direct action community organizing to address affordable housing, public education, immigrant rights, youth, health justice, voting rights, and economic development issues, and to fight for broader policy change in these and other areas. Learn more and apply here.

ReAL Edgemere

CLT Manager
The ReAL Edgemere CLT is currently run on volunteer labor from a very dedicated Board that consists of seven local community members and two technical advisors, and we are now looking to hire the organization’s first staff member. We are looking for a person who loves a challenge, and who is excited about the prospect of building a new organization dedicated to building a more just and climate-resilient Edgemere. Learn more and apply here.
SBU Logo HEArts Project Manager
South Bronx Unite is seeking a Project Manager for our campaign to transform an abandoned city-owned building into a vibrant community center. Our ideal candidate will be experienced with managing projects and partnerships, as well as with community-based real estate development. We seek someone with a minimum of 3 years of work experience to join a growing, dynamic team that holds social and racial justice as core values. Learn more and apply here.