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ULI Career Opportunities
Associate, San Francisco District Council he Associate is a professional position within the district council. As an integral part of the district council team, the Associate serves as a professional liaison between the district council, ULI headquarters, and Bay Area real estate, planning, and development professionals.
National Council Director (London, England) The National Council Director (NCD) oversees the program of work, sponsorship, and membership for the national councils (NCs) in ULI’s Europe, Middle East, and Africa (EMEA) market region, consistent with the Institute’s overall goals, as determined by working with local national council chairs, and the CEO, EMEA.
Program Manager, Tenant Efficiency Initiative (New York, NY, or Washington, D.C.) The Program Manager will be responsible for expanding the Sustainability Center’s newest program area—closely aligned with Greenprint—which focuses on commercial tenant space energy efficiency improvements. This program builds on a deep experience set of tenant spaces in the Empire State Building and elsewhere, and is intended to expand the adoption of highly efficient tenant buildouts to drive energy reductions in real estate.
Project Employee, UrbanPlan and Professional Development ULI is seeking a Project Employee to manage special projects planned for UrbanPlan and Professional Development. The Project Employee will be part of the Leadership Network team, which houses both UrbanPlan and Professional Development as well as four leadership programs.
Senior Visiting Fellow for Creative Placemaking The Urban Land Institute is seeking a senior visiting fellow for arts, culture, and creative placemaking to help communities across the United States better integrate arts, culture, and design into urban revitalization and corridor planning efforts, with a particular focus on low-income communities.