The Senior Manager, Urban Resilience, is responsible for research, technical assistance, outreach projects, and other initiatives within the Urban Resilience program. The Senior Manager reports to the Vice President, Urban Resilience, and is a core part of the Urban Resilience team, also collaborating with district council staff, the Advisory Services program, the Greenprint Center for Building Performance, and Building Healthy Places.
The Urban Resilience program is focused on how cities, buildings, and communities can be more prepared for the impacts of climate change. The program works with ULI members to provide technical assistance, advance knowledge through research, and catalyze the adoption of transformative practices for real estate and land use policy.
The Senior Manager position requires interest in and expertise on climate resilience, land use, and built environment/real estate topics. This could include extreme heat, wildfire resilience, drought resilience, or other climate adaptation topics. The position may have also gained knowledge of the real estate/built environment industries through a past role at a nonprofit, planning, or design firm or local government or through academic study.
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