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The Urban Land Institute (ULI) is a global research and education nonprofit organization whose mission is to shape the future of the built environment for transformative impact in communities worldwide. ULI Americas implements its mission through 42 local district councils across the United States. ULI New York is the largest district council, with over 2,500 members in the New York City metro area.
ULI New York is searching for a Manager to join our small and collaborative team that serves local members in the real estate and land use profession and fosters relationships, learning, and leadership that meaningfully affect their careers, their communities, and the industry. We are looking for someone who is interested in staying with the team over the long term to grow ULI membership and impact.
The Manager position is a great opportunity for someone interested in working with regional industry and public and nonprofit leaders to address critical land use and development challenges. The Manager works closely with the Executive Director, ULI New York staff, and members to implement ULI New York’s business plan; oversee marketing and communications; coordinate program development; and support diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) initiatives.
The Manager, reporting directly to the Executive Director, will work closely with ULI New York’s Chair, Vice Chair, volunteer leadership team, Executive Director, ULI New York staff, ULI New York’s Communications Committee, and volunteer members to oversee the development and execution of a communications and marketing plan, including email marketing and social media, that elevates the private and public sectors’ awareness of ULI New York’s brand, program of work, commitment to advancing DEI in ULI and the real estate industry in New York, thought leadership, and community impact initiatives (technical assistance panels [TAPs], UrbanPlan, and UrbanPlan for Public Officials workshops).
The Manager will work collaboratively will ULI headquarters staff and communicate regularly with the co-chairs of the various committees and subcommittees within the Manager’s portfolio of work; communicate directly with senior industry leaders participating in ULI New York’s events and programs, general membership, prospects, sponsors, and partner organizations; and work collaboratively with outside contractors employed by ULI New York to support the organization’s DEI initiatives, annual Awards for Excellence in Development, and community impact initiatives.
The Manager will be responsible for coordinating the development of compelling, high-value content by ULI New York’s Program Steering Committee, Young Leaders Group (YLG) Programming Subcommittee, and Women’s Leadership Initiative (WLI) Programming Subcommittee that showcases the thought leadership of ULI, ULI New York members, and industry leaders.
The ULI New York staff currently works from home, but candidates should anticipate a return to an office environment in Manhattan in early 2022 for at least some portion of the work week once it is safe to return to the office in person.
Marketing and Communications:
The Manager will work closely with the Executive Director and ULI New York’s Communications Committee to advance the awareness and influence of ULI New York. The responsibilities will include:
Program Development and Coordination:
The Manager will work closely with the Program Steering Committee leadership and members to develop and coordinate the delivery and execution of timely, relevant, and high-value programs. Responsibilities will include:
Once ULI New York returns to in-person activities, the Manager will be expected to attend morning and evening events and programs multiple times per month, as well as regular monthly meetings of the committees and subcommittees in the Manager’s portfolio.
To apply, please follow the link below. Please submit a résumé and a letter of interest.
ULI is an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, or veteran status.
EOE/m/f/d/v. No relocation reimbursement is offered at this time.