CHF BC employs a team of knowledgeable and mission-focused individuals who are dedicated to delivering programs and services that are relevant to individuals living in housing co-ops and the larger community housing sector.

CHF BC is part of Housing Central. You may also be interested in employment opportunities offered by COHO Management Services Society, BC Non-Profit Housing Association, CHF Canada, The Community Land Trust and Encasa.

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Job Opportunities

If you are interested in joining our team, please send your resume to hr@chf.bc.ca.


There are no employment opportunities at this time.


COHO Management Services Society

Co-op Manager: Do you live in a co-op? Do you serve on your co-op Board or strata council? Do you have a strong interest in social housing? Our co-op manager is responsible for the day-to-day management and maintenance coordination of the housing co-operative. If you have a background in administration, basic bookkeeping, maintenance coordination and customer service, then you could be a great fit. Co-op exposure of any sort is a bonus.

See the full job description here. Please email your cover letter and resume to resumes@coho.bc.ca.


Community Land Trust

Senior Project Accountant: Reporting to the Controller, the senior project accountant will be responsible for reporting financial transactions on assigned development projects, supporting the CLT team to monitor and forecast project performance, and prepare and review monthly development and construction progress draw requests for our social purpose real estate portfolio. The incumbent will join a small but growing team of motivated professionals as we steward existing projects, develop new properties, and work with partners to affect change in the affordable housing sector.

Review the full job description. Please send your resume and cover letter to info@cltrust.ca/

Partner Organizations

Rental Protection Fund Society

The Rental Protection Fund Society is a non-profit society whose purposes are to facilitate the acquisition, stabilization, development, renewal and retention of real estate assets in British Columbia to support affordable rental and cooperative housing. The Society is governed by the Aboriginal Housing Management Association (AHMA), BC Non-Profit Housing Association (BCNPHA) and the Co-operative Housing Federation of BC (CHF BC). The Province of British Columbia has provided an initial investment of $500 million to provide capital grants to non-profit housing organizations so they can purchase rental buildings and ownership co-operatives available for sale.

Chief Executive Officer: The Fund’s senior-most staff member is responsible for operational oversight and meeting the organization’s strategic objectives. They will be responsible for operational startup, establishing an appropriate organizational structure and identifying short and long-term financial and operating goals and objectives. The CEO provides expert guidance and leadership, evaluating potential acquisitions, partnerships and other strategic opportunities.

If this sounds like a good fit for you, please review the full job description (pdf) and contact Jamie Wright, Principal, The Inception Real Estate Recruitment at jamie@theinception.ca.

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Working at CHF BC

CHF BC is an equal opportunity employer, and offers an excellent compensation and benefits package including an RSP matching program.

CHF BC supports a diverse workplace culture and offers an excellent compensation package. Our staff are organized in Local 3000 of UNIFOR and we have offices in Vancouver and Victoria.

Many positions require some flexibility to work outside regular office hours when necessary (e.g. evenings/weekends).

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Living Wage Employer

CHF BC is a certified Living Wage Employer. We believe in our responsibility to our staff and community.

We believe that this certification supports our mission to unite, represent and serve our members in a thriving co-operative community.

A living wage is a calculation of the amount that a family of four needs to earn to meet their expenses.