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Because of a computer system error, our job opening email account rejected all messages from Feb. 20 to Mar. 13.

If you applied via email for any of our positions during that time, please re-send your material, this time to Tomas Siaulys. We respond to every applicant, so if you don't hear back from us, please call Tomas at (603) 224-6669, ext. 702.

We regret causing anyone any inconvenience.

If you don’t love going to work every day, it’s time for a change.

Join our team at the New Hampshire Community Loan Fund.

We’re different than any nonprofit you’ve ever heard of.

We’re problem-solvers. We’re innovators. We’re collaborators. We help people and families transform their lives. And we’re a conduit for other Granite Staters to invest in their neighbors and their communities.

You’ll be surrounded by smart, creative, people who devote their hearts and minds to making New Hampshire a better place.

We offer competitive pay and generous benefits, including health insurance, a 401K plan with employer contribution, an employee assistance program, and paid sabbatical after seven years of full-time employment.

If you’re ready to make a difference, check out our job openings below. Click on a job title to read and download its description.

No phone calls please.

Housing Cooperative Specialist

ROC-NH works statewide with homeowners in, and owners of, manufactured-home (sometimes called mobile home) parks to convert those parks into communities that are owned and governed by residents.

The Housing Cooperative Specialist provides guidance from navigating the real estate deal to aligning solutions for incorporation, and adds value through a strong relationship and the development of residents’ professionalism by training and assisting the formation of boards, governance, and working groups.

ROC-NH Organizational Trainer

ROC-NH works statewide with homeowners in, and owners of, manufactured-home (sometimes called mobile home) parks to convert those parks into communities that are owned and governed by residents.

The ROC-NH Organizational Trainer provides training and education to members of these resident-owned communities (ROCs), individually and in groups, to build the skills necessary to effectively manage, govern, and operate their ROCs, while fostering empowerment, community spirit, and self-sufficiency.

The Community Loan Fund prohibits discrimination on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, religion, age, disability, marital or family status, and is an equal opportunity employer. Follow our Facebook page, where we post all openings.