Resident Fellow

International & Institute-wide Initiatives

The Institute’s International and Institute-Wide Initiatives (i3) team seeks an experienced individual to help grow and scale Institute-wide programs in the United States and abroad. Based in Cambridge, Massachusetts and reporting to the Director of i3, the fellow will help grow and scale programs and research that further institute-wide campaigns, including the global campaign on municipal fiscal health.

During the fellowship year, the fellow will be invited to attend, develop, and lead workshops, meetings, events, and conferences. The position will potentially offer the fellow hands-on experience working with U.S. and foreign government officials to expand their range of thinking and work on issues of municipal fiscal health and land policy. The fellowship is structured to enrich the fellow and the Institute’s teaching, scholarship, and research, as well as inform the landscape of municipal fiscal health and expose policymakers to cutting edge scholarly research, policy, and practices.

The fellow will be chosen through a competitive process, based on academic and professional accomplishments, firm grounding in issues of municipal fiscal health, and the contribution that the fellowship will make to the applicant’s individual career development.

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

Information Technology Manager

Department of Finance and Operations

REPORTS TO:  Executive Vice President and CFO

The Lincoln Institute of Land Policy seeks an energetic, well-organized, and detail-oriented person to fill the role of Information Technology Manager (ITM). This is a full-time position based at the Lincoln Institute’s headquarters in Cambridge, MA.

The Information Technology Manager position provides a unique opportunity for a self-starter with initiative to join an established research, teaching and policy institute with a global reach based in Cambridge, MA.  The goal for this position is to improve and expand both the vision for, and experience of, technology for program and administrative staff.   The ITM will be responsible for managing and supporting the Lincoln Institute’s desktop, administrative and web technologies; ensuring that systems are well designed, deployed optimally and used effectively. Working in a collaborative environment, the ITM will work with staff across the institute to ensure that its digital and technological presence offers cutting edge opportunities for the organization.   

The position would report to Executive VP/CFO and work closely with the CEO.  Periodic travel and some evening and weekend work may be required.

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

Accountant

Department of Finance and Operations

Perform grant-related functions, including budgeting, periodic invoicing, grant expenditures processing, financial reporting and grant closeout.  Support operational aspects of general accounting, including vouchering, updating account payables, performing reconciliation and assisting the preparation of monthly/yearly closing.

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

Program Assistant (non-exempt)

Program on Latin America and the Caribbean

The main objectives of the Program Assistant position in the Program on Latin American and Caribbean (LAC) is to help LAC staff and faculty administer in person and online courses and events. The Program Assistant helps create course materials, communicate with participants regarding logistics, and work with contracting hotels and venues. The Program Assistant supports LAC staff and faculty by maintaining and reporting program data and performing any administrative tasks necessary.

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

Events Coordinator (non-exempt)

Program on Latin America and the Caribbean

Position Description

The main objective of the Events Coordinator position in the Program on Latin American and the Caribbean (LAC) is to organize and carryout all logistical aspects of the Program’s in-person courses and events. The Events Coordinator will work with the Lincoln staff and external course developers on the course (or event) announcement, application process, selection and registration process, venue contracting, travel arrangements and assignment collection.

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