Mutual Housing California was created in 1988 to catalyze revitalization of low-income communities by strengthening neighborhood assets—both through housing and resident involvement. The organization formed as a partnership of neighborhood residents, business representatives, housing advocates, and local government.
For the past 28 years, Mutual Housing California has developed, operated and advocated for sustainable housing that builds strong communities through resident participation and leadership development. Currently, over 3,200 residents live in over one thousand homes operated by our organization. Our residents describe our properties as safe, clean, community-oriented, and inclusive. Over the past few years we have expanded our geographic service area, moved into green property development, and increased our portfolio of affordable housing. In 2015 we completed construction of the first nationally certified zero net energy housing for renters in the United States.
At the heart of our work is a desire to build strong communities where residents work together to enhance their individual and collective lives. An important way that we support this vision is through developing onsite programs that build upon the existing strengths of our resident members, provide opportunities for growth, and leverage relationships with external organizations and community volunteers.
To support these exciting efforts, we are seeking a passionate individual to join Mutual Housing California and Mutual Housing Management in the following positions:
Mutual Housing California, known for its commitment to achieving high levels of sustainable development and providing housing that builds strong communities through resident participation and leadership development, is looking to grow its housing development team. We seek to bring on a highly motivated project manager to oversee the finance, planning and development of affordable housing projects, preferably with experience in LIHTC. We will consider hiring at either the Project Manager or Senior Project Manager level, depending on experience.
Mutual Housing California seeks a highly motivated project manager to oversee the finance, planning and development of affordable housing projects, preferably with experience in LIHTC. We will consider hiring at either the Project Manager or Senior Project Manager level, depending on experience.
Mutual Housing California seeks an experienced Director of Communications and Advocacy to coordinate efforts that serve to further Mutual Housing’s advocacy, policy, communications and marketing priorities. The Director will serve as the primary contact for all media relationships and will ensure that consistent branding exists among all programs, business lines, communications and presentations throughout the organization.
Mutual Housing California seeks an experienced Director of Resource Development to oversee all fundraising activities of the organization and lead the creation and execution of resource development plans, fundraising, and promotional events. This position requires maintaining strong relationships with our supporters. The director of resource development will build and grow the profile and influence of the organization among relevant communities. This includes developing the fundraising skills of staff, board, and volunteers. The position also works with the community relations coordinator, media consultants, and residents of various backgrounds to promote Mutual Housing California in the community and among funders.
Mutual Housing California seeks an administrative professional to support the organization’s operations. The Administrative Assistant is critical to the efficient functioning of our nonprofit organization. This position will provide high level support. Candidates should be strong communicators, have a keen focus on details and organization of multiple tasks, be competent writers and fluent in multiple computer programs.
Mutual Housing Management seeks an experienced property manager for one of Mutual Housing California’s 19 affordable multifamily properties. The position reports to the regional manager. This position is responsible for all rent collection, maintenance, administrative, and marketing duties necessary to sustain quality affordable housing. This position is full-time and located in Davis, CA. Experience managing 50 to 100 units or multiple sites is preferred.
Mutual Housing Management seeks an experienced property management professional. The Part-Time (20 hours per week) Assistant Property Manager works side-by-side with the Property Manager in overseeing the day-to-day operation of the property, including resident satisfaction, wait-list management, leasing, overseeing maintenance, and ensuring their property are in compliance with standards and expectations of the Property Management Operations Manual, other stated guidelines of Mutual Housing Management and Mutual Housing California, fair housing laws, and regulatory requirements of affordable housing funders. The Assistant Property Manager should be able to assume leadership and initiative in the absence of the Property Manager, and ensure the highest quality of customer service.
Mutual Housing Management is seeking an experienced maintenance professional. Mutual Housing Management is a property management firm affiliated with Mutual Housing California. Mutual Housing Management provides professional property management services to Mutual Housing California’s 19 affordable multifamily properties. The mission of Mutual Housing Management is to be an exceptional steward of Mutual Housing’s portfolio of multifamily housing properties to support long‐term sustainability.
Maintenance Technician completes janitorial tasks, preventative maintenance, unit repairs, and apartment turnovers. As a part of the site team, is responsible to ensure a high standard of cleanliness, customer service, and a hazard-free environment.
At the heart of our work is a desire to build resident-led and resident-directed communities. Our unique commitment to resident leadership is best embodied by our dynamic community organizers. Each member of the community organizing team is responsible for working with at least one housing community. Within the communities you are assigned to, you will have three primary responsibilities: building relationships with residents and partners, helping residents navigate systems to connect them with resources and developing resident leadership skills.
Mutual Housing California seeks an experienced digital technology instructor to support our digital literacy program. The Digital Literacy Instructor will lead classes for the Digital Literacy Program. The program is a community based program that offers our members digital training that incorporates hands-on technology learning as part of Learner Web, our online digital curriculum. Preferred candidates will have experience working with at-risk and high need populations. The ability to speak and teach in English, Spanish, Mandarin and/or Vietnamese is desired.
Mutual Housing California seeks an experienced digital technology professional to manage the computer labs and Chromebook libraries across our 19 housing communities. The Technology Coordinator is a key member of the community development department, working closely with Mutual Housing resident members, resident programs manager, director of community organizing, and community organizing team. The Technology Coordinator will ensure that the computer labs at all the communities are working efficiently and effectively and Digital Literacy Program is strong and sustainable with measurable objectives and positive impacts on our resident members. Preferred candidates will have experience working with at-risk and high need populations. The ability to speak and teach in English, Spanish, Mandarin and/or Vietnamese is desired.
MUTUAL HOUSING CALIFORNIA IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER. BILINGUAL/BICULTURAL INDIVIDUALS ENCOURAGED TO APPLY.