Smart Growth America (SGA) and its Land Use and Development team are looking to recruit a determined, curious, and dedicated full-time summer 2023 intern to support its advocacy, research, and technical assistance work, with a focus on supporting communities burdened by climate change impacts. Open to the possibility of a part-time position. To apply: Please … Continued
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Smart Growth America is seeking a dynamic and detail-oriented Senior Accountant to join our growing Finance and Administration team and support our dedicated program staff who focus on the built environment’s role in creating healthy, prosperous, and thriving communities. To apply: Please send a cover letter and resume to [email protected] with “Senior Accountant” in the … Continued
Smart Growth America’s Transportation and Thriving Communities Team seeks a motivated individual interested in Complete Streets and the connection between transportation and public health. This position will contribute to the Thriving Communities team’s workshops, writing, and resource development and will report to the Director of Thriving Communities.
Smart Growth America seeks a dynamic and passionate individual to support the Thriving Communities Team. The new Program Manager will collaborate with a dynamic team to support the smart growth movement and contribute to advancing our strategic priorities: Racial Equity, Climate, and Public Health.
Smart Growth America (SGA) seeks a program associate to join the land use and development team, and support research, advocacy, communications, operations and coalition-building work for LOCUS, as well as coalition activities for the National Brownfield Coalition (NBC).
Reporting to SGA’s President & CEO, the VP will be responsible for setting the strategic direction for the Land Use and Development (LUD) Team, leading and motivating LUD staff, and helping to create a vision for the LUD team and SGA’s niche in the national conversation on housing, land use, zoning, community revitalization finance (e.g., opportunity zones) and equitable development, including issues of racial equity and economic inclusion.