Office Support Administrative Assistant

Administration and Human Resources

The Lincoln Institute of Land Policy seeks a well-organized and detail-oriented person to fill the position of Office Support Administrative Assistant. This person will be supervised by the Vice President of Administration and Human Resources. The primary duties and activities for this position are to supervise and perform Institute-wide office support functions and perform tasks dealing with sensitive, confidential, and accounting matters.

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Executive Assistant

Center for Community Investment

The Lincoln Institute of Land Policy’s Center for Community Investment seeks a well-organized, assertive, and detail-oriented person to fill the position of Executive Assistant in our Washington, DC office. This person will be supervised by the Director of Operations and provide direct administrative support to the Center’s Executive Director and Director of Programs, as well as providing office-wide administrative support and support for programs as needed.

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Program Coordinator

International and Institute-Wide Initiatives
Office of the President

Under the supervision of the Institute’s International and Institute-Wide Initiatives (i3) associate director, the program coordinator undertakes the specific administrative duties and responsibilities enumerated in the full job description that: (1) help i3 and the Office of the President’s staff execute various aspects of programs, research, and curriculum development activities; and (2) assist i3’s associate director and the Office of the President with matters related to both department’s internal administration. This position requires someone who has an extreme attention to detail and who is willing and able to take on various responsibilities in a fast-paced program that help make i3 and the Office of the President function successfully.

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Digital Media Producer, Instructional Design

International and Institute-Wide Initiatives

The Lincoln Institute of Land Policy is seeking a talented digital media producer to design and create digital media assets (video, animations, photos, infographics, audio, etc.) for use in its online and residential educational offerings. This individual will join a creative team to develop teaching case studies, self-paced learning modules, and blended learning courses that will be hosted in Canvas, a learning management system, and freely available for educators, practitioners and anyone interested in issues related to land and water policy.

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