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Are You an HBCU Grad Interested in Working for a Non-Profit? This Job May Be For YOU! APPLY NOW! (1707 hits)

Are you an HBCU graduate with a background in city planning or public policy? If so, Enterprise’s Impact & Evaluation (I&E) department is hiring a Program Officer for the team’s evaluation and impact assessment work.

Enterprise is a national nonprofit that exists to make a good home possible for the millions of families without one. We support community development organizations on the ground, aggregate and invest capital for impact, advance housing policy at every level of government, and build and manage communities ourselves. Since 1982, we have invested $44 billion and created 781,000 homes across all 50 states – all to make home and community places of pride, power, and belonging.

The I&E team conducts primary and secondary research and evaluation, provides technical assistance to inform community development strategies, and measures the impact of Enterprise’s work. We help internal and external partners use evaluation findings to demonstrate impact, inform their work, and allocate resources.

The Program Officer will report to and work closely with the Director of Impact Assessment and Evaluation. The Program Officer will have the opportunity to work in a fast-paced and collaborative environment where individual contributions to projects are valued and team members are encouraged to develop and practice new skills.

For more info about job requirements, responsibilities, and how to APPLY, visit http://jobs.thehbcufoundation.org/cgi-bin/...
Posted By: Kennedy Williams
Monday, November 29th 2021 at 7:47PM
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