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.


Currently no vacancies.


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

Co-op Manager: Do you have experience in real estate or property management?  Are you personable, diligent, and detail oriented?  We are seeking a Co-op Manager to be responsible for the day-to-day on-site management and maintenance coordination of housing co-operatives. You will be the first point of contact and respond diligently and expeditiously to all inquiries, concerns or emergencies. You will also be responsible for carrying out policies and procedures determined by the Board of Directors.

If this sounds like a good fit for you, please review the full job description (pdf) and send your resume to careers@cltrust.ca.

Our Partners and Friends


Aboriginal Housing Management Association (AHMA)

Development Manager: As a member of the Asset Strategies Team, the Development Manager contributes to the success of the organization by providing project leadership and expertise on new development projects for the Indigenous housing sector. Their leadership manages the initiation, planning, design, risk assessment and delivery of a portfolio of complex and diverse social, affordable and mixed market housing, group home and specialized facility developments through all project development phases, from initiation through to warranty inspection and occupancy. Read the full posting here.

Portfolio Planning & Development Specialist: As a member of the Asset Strategies Team, the Portfolio Planning & Development Specialist contributes to the success of the organization by providing business analysis and delivery expertise in strategic portfolio planning of real estate property assets to ensure sustainability, optimal performance and growth of the Indigenous housing sector. Read the full posting here.


BC Non-Profit Housing Association (BCNPHA)

Building Energy Specialist: The position provides project management and technical services related to energy analysis and building retrofits by coaching societies through BC Housing/Utility/Low-Carbon Electrification and other funding programs, and BCNPHA services developed to advance and sustain the non-profit housing sector. Learn more and apply.

Marketing and Communications Coordinator: Reporting to the Communications Manager, this 1-year fixed-term position is accountable for providing results-driven communications, marketing, and member service administrative support. Tasks will include, but not limited to, cold-calling, data-entry, and customer service. Learn more and apply.

IT & CRM Administrator: This position focuses on the management and utilization of our CRM as the primary tool for member engagement and staff processes. There is additional support for web development & IT infrastructure needed with this position. The additional support includes the maintenance of the company website, corporate web systems, as well as assisting with troubleshooting IT infrastructure accessibility and performance issues. Learn more and apply.


Rooftops Canada

Senior Project Officer: Rooftops Canada is implementing a five-year project “Women’s Spaces: Implementing Equal rights to Land, Housing and Livelihoods” in Angola, Kenya, South Africa and Uganda from February 2022 to March 2027. The Project is co-funded with Global Affairs Canada (GAC). Rooftops Canada is providing cash and in-kind contributions.

The Senior Project Officer will work with the Executive Director and other Rooftops Canada staff, volunteers, technical advisors, consultants and international partners to carry out the responsibilities of the role, including project management, donor reporting and business development. The deadline for applications is October 7, 2022 with an anticipated start date of November 2022. Read the full posting here.


BC Housing

Advisor, Sustainability & Resilience: Reporting to the Director, Sustainability & Resilience, the Advisor, Sustainability & Resilience supports the development and delivery of sustainability and resiliency initiatives for the benefit of BC Housing’s building portfolio, housing partners and community groups.

He/She/They will support the development of innovative tools and resources in shifting existing practices to reduce environmental footprint and ensure the building of healthy and safe homes that can withstand impacts of climate change. The position will provide recommendations, conduct research, facilitate engagement with stakeholders, and also identify synergies with other partner groups to optimize sustainability and resiliency into practices, programs, policies, and reporting in the Commission. Learn more and apply

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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.