Director of Local Systems Change

Center for Community Investment

The Center for Community Investment (www.centerforcommunityinvestment.org) is recruiting a dynamic, experienced leader with the vision and skill to create and oversee a program of local systems change.  Together with the Center’s Executive Director and a small program team of staff and consultants, the Director will plan and implement initiatives that improve health outcomes, increase opportunity and reduce vulnerability to the effects of climate change in places that have suffered from disinvestment and discrimination.  

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Publications Editor

Publications Program

The Lincoln Institute of Land Policy seeks a skilled writer and editor with experience creating content for magazines, websites, and other short-form publications. The Publications Editor will be working in a collaborative environment with staff across the Institute. This full-time position is based at the Institute’s headquarters in Cambridge, MA.

The publications program produces clear, compelling books, policy reports, and a quarterly magazine, Land Lines, to help advance the Lincoln Institute’s mission: to improve quality of life through the effective use, taxation, and stewardship of land. Our work is organized in seven major areas: Planning and Urban Form, Valuation and Taxation, International and Institute-Wide Initiatives, the Babbitt Center for Land and Water Policy, the Center for Community Investment, the People’s Republic of China, and Latin America and the Caribbean.

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Program Manager

Babbitt Center for Land and Water Policy

The Babbitt Center for Land and Water Policy works to advance water sustainability through improved land use planning, management and decision making. In recognition of the increasingly critical importance of water and the connections between water and land use, the Lincoln Institute of Land Policy established the Babbitt Center in 2017 to build on their decades-long tradition of thoughtful contributions to effective land use policy and management in the US, China and Latin America. The Babbitt Center will initially focus on the Colorado River, one of the most heavily used, over allocated, and critical rivers in the world.

Lincoln Institute makes its impact through research, demonstration projects, and dissemination of the lessons learned and the Institute is known globally for making long term, sustained commitments to the land policy issues on which we work.

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Program Assistant (non-exempt)

Department of Planning and Urban Form

Position Description

The Lincoln Institute of Land Policy seeks a well-organized, and detailed-oriented person to fill the position of Program Assistant.  Under the direction of the Program Manager for the Department of Planning and Urban Form, the Program Assistant provides operational, budgeting, and administrative assistance to the program staff, performs a variety of administrative duties, coordination and logistical services in support of the operations of the Program, and assists with information management the team.

The Department of Planning and Urban Form addresses major global challenges with its work in the following three programmatic areas: Urban Development Programs, Land Conservation Programs, and Intermountain West Programs. The focus of the Department is working to advance the state of the art in policy and the practice through integrated regional perspective on cities and nature.

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Send cover letter, résumé, and the names and contact information for three references to administration@lincolninst.edu