Senior Associate, Marketing and Communications, ULI Asia Pacific

This professional will be a member of the Marketing and Membership department of ULI Asia Pacific. His/her primary role is to develop and implement various marketing initiatives, with a specific focus on digital marketing and branding. The professional will work closely with the global digital marketing team to create leverage and synergy, and to ensure quality and consistency in the Asia Pacific region….
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Human Resources Generalist, Europe & Asia

Reporting to the Senior Director, Human Resources Operations, the Human Resources Generalist will assist in coordinating human resources services for ULI. The position will touch all facets of the ULI Human Resources function, including recruitment and hiring, onboarding, benefits, employee relations, compliance, performance management, training and development, as well as departmental communications geared toward a domestic and international employee base. The Human Resources Generalist will work closely with the Senior Director and the rest of the human resources team in managing strategies that assist ULI in becoming/being an employer of choice, while developing a culture that emphasizes self-service, continuous improvement, and high performance….
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Administrative Assistant, ULI San Francisco

As part of the district council team, the Administrative Assistant serves as a liaison among ULI headquarters, district council staff, ULI San Francisco members, and ULI San Francisco Sponsor firms. The Administrative Assistant is often the first point of contact for the organization, so it is imperative that he or she be courteous and professional. Strong candidates for this position will be highly organized, detail-oriented, obsessed with accuracy, effective multitaskers, and able to work independently in a fast-paced environment….
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Soaring Growth of Urban Neighborhoods Shows Transformation into Highly Diverse, Distinct Areas Drawing a Range of Residents and Workers, Says New Urban Land Institute Report

New research from the Urban Land Institute shows that the population of urban neighborhoods in many metropolitan areas is growing as quickly or nearly as quickly as that of suburban neighborhoods, reflecting ongoing consumer demand – particularly among younger households — for living environments that are convenient to jobs, transit, and urban amenities, and which are highly walkable….
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