The following job is open at the Lincoln Institute:

Associate Director, Research and Field Development

Center for Community Investment

Seeking an outstanding researcher and communicator to co-found an exciting new initiative that will help low-income communities and communities of color in American cities attract and deploy investment and use land and other resources to reduce health disparities, address climate change, and create access to economic opportunities. Based in DC or Cambridge, MA and reporting to the Center’s Executive Director, this person will help create and share the knowledge base that lays the foundation for widespread change in practice by a variety of stakeholders, such as foundations, hospitals, development finance agencies, with the potential to contribute achieving the social, economic and environmental goals of disadvantaged communities.

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

Coordinator

Center for Community Investment

Seeking a high energy, highly motivated, detail-oriented person to serve as backbone for the start-up of an exciting new initiative that will help low-income communities and communities of color in American cities attract and deploy investment and use land and other resources to reduce health disparities, address climate change, and create access to economic opportunities.  Based in DC, this person will be the right hand of the Center director and will have a chance to learn everything that goes into creating a nimble and effective non-profit organization.

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

Program Assistant

Center for Community Investment

The Center for Community Investment/Public Purpose Finance will help disadvantaged communities harness investment and use land to achieve their economic, social and environmental priorities.  Through a combination of financial support, technical assistance, leadership development, dissemination of research and lessons learned and the creation of a robust peer network, the Center will build the capacity of local partnerships to define priorities and guide capital and other resources toward those priorities.  The Center will be part of the Lincoln Institute of Land Policy, which is based in Cambridge, MA.

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

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