Are you interested in transforming the community investment landscape and supporting local leaders working to improve social, economic, and environmental conditions in disinvested communities? Does working for the Center for Community Investment (CCI) at the Lincoln Institute of Land Policy appeal to you—or might it appeal to someone you know? CCI is currently hiring for three full-time positions. The Assistant Director of Programs, Assistant Director of Communications, and Director of Finance and Operations will collaborate with their teams to advance CCI’s mission and programs and to uphold our core values as we dig into this critical work. Our team of creative and hard-working thinkers and leaders centers racial equity, diversity of perspectives, our shared humanity, balance, and learning not just in what we do but in how we do it.
ASSISTANT DIRECTOR OF PROGRAMS
Washington, D.C. (preferred); regular domestic travel will be required, up to 30%
The Assistant Director of Programs will serve as the central point of contact for two of the six teams participating in our next multi-year initiative, Connecting Capital and Community (3C). 3C is designed to introduce the capital absorption framework to multi-sector teams in six major American cities and help them apply it so they can enhance and scale their affordable housing efforts and, ultimately, enable low-income, Black, Latinx, Asian, and Native residents to thrive.
ASSISTANT DIRECTOR OF COMMUNICATIONS
Washington, D.C. or Cambridge, MA
The Assistant Director of Communication’s primary responsibilities are to design and implement CCI’s communications and media strategies and to oversee the production of the communications products we share through those strategies. The ideal candidate has exceptional writing, editing, multimedia production, and project management skills and a history of designing and implementing successful communications and media strategies.
DIRECTOR OF FINANCE & OPERATIONS
The Director of Finance & Operations is a key member of the CCI leadership team and will serve as a thought partner with the Executive Director and liaise with funders and the Lincoln Institute of Land Policy. The role will also provide fiscal grant management support and strengthen our operational practices. This an ideal opportunity for a highly motivated, collaborative, entrepreneurial and service-minded leader with a passion for economic, racial, and social justice.
If you are interested in any of these positions, we encourage you to apply as soon as possible. We’d appreciate you sharing this information with your networks as well, especially if you have someone in mind who would be a great fit for us!