UHAB’s work is carried out by 39 dedicated staff members at our main office in Lower Manhattan and in our Community Training Center in Upper Manhattan.

UHAB works with a diverse community of tenants, community members and co-op shareholders and believes that the UHAB Staff should reflect this diversity. Women, people of color, LBGTQ people, and people from low-income and working class backgrounds are encouraged to apply. UHAB is an equal opportunity employer. 

Current Openings


Director of Fundraising and Communication

UHAB is seeking the right candidate to help raise more money and tell our story. This person is able to write a grant application, research and write about housing and community issues,  maintain a website, actively participate in meetings with colleagues, post to a blog, be excited about asking for money, network with everybody and above all be passionate about telling a story and raising money. Read More.


Assistant Director of Homeownership

UHAB is seeking an Assistant Director of Homeownership to assist low- to moderate-income households to take advantage of affordable ownership opportunities. The Assistant Director will be UHAB’s primary liaison with the community, the City, the State, other organizations, and developers to identify and secure homeownership opportunities to be advertised, and otherwise promoted, by UHAB to low and moderate income families. Read More.


Co-op Preservation Project Associate

UHAB is seeking a Project Associate who is fluent in both English and Spanish to join a dedicated team that supports low-income housing cooperatives (HDFCs) through technical, organizational, and financial planning assistance. This work includes loan packaging for distressed co-ops and guidance on management, maintenance, and governance. Read More


Lead Housing and Community Organizer, East Harlem and Inwood

UHAB is seeking a Housing and Community Organizer to focus on the East Harlem and Inwood neighborhoods. The Organizer will work alongside tenant associations and community leaders to build tenant power and connect East Harlem and Inwood tenants to larger policy issues and campaigns such as strengthening the New York State Rent Laws. The Organizer will work to build tenant associations in buildings facing distressed building conditions, severe tenant harassment, and loss of affordability. Read More