CHF BC EMPLOYMENT
OPPORTUNITIES

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.)

Job Opportunities | Employment at CHF BC | Living Wage Employer
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Job Opportunities

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

Community Land Trust

Site Manager – We are currently seeking potential candidates for a Site Manager. The Site Manager will be the on-site point of contact for the managing and maintenance of CLT properties and assets. They will be responsible for the day-to-day operations of the building as well as developing and monitoring all processes and procedures to ensure the quality of services provided by staff meets best practices in property and asset management. See the full job description here.  To apply please send your resume and cover letter to careers@cltrust.ca.


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Employment 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).

Staff list


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Living Wage Employer

CHF BC believes it has a responsibility to its staff and community and sought certification as a Living Wage Employer.

A living wage is a calculation of the amount that a family of four needs to earn to meet their expenses.  We believe that this certification supports our mission to unite, represent and serve our members in a thriving co-operative community.