Housing Mobility in Place Internship
Enterprise Community Partners - San Francisco CA

Internship Category: Paid

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    18:PAR-025: Housing Mobility in Place Internship

    Company Enterprise Community Partners
    Department Solutions/Public Policy
    Location San Francisco, California
    Job Summary
    Background

    As a proven and powerful nonprofit, Enterprise improves communities and people’s lives by making well-designed homes affordable. We bring together nationwide know-how, partners, policy leadership and investment to multiply the impact of local affordable housing development. Enterprise’s mission is to create opportunity for low- and moderate-income people through affordable housing in diverse, thriving communities. Enterprise is a national non-profit, with a Northern California office based in San Francisco.

    Interns at Enterprise Northern California play an integral role in developing and advancing program and/or policy work alongside our experienced staff. You will gain exposure to our region and/or state’s most pressing affordable housing challenges and key stakeholders. Interns will also experience working from the perspective of an intermediary. Our work is frequently characterized by providing technical assistance, facilitating processes, convening coalitions, and collaborating with cross-sector partners including but not limited to public offices, community-based organizations, affordable housing developers, researchers and academics, and private funders.

    Enterprise is committed to building and maintaining a diverse staff and a safe, healthy, and welcoming work community.

    Application Process

    Enterprise is accepting applications for summer 2018 internships. The deadline for applications is April 6, 2018. There can be flexibility with the internship start/end dates, but the preferred time frame is June 4 through August 10. Interns are expected to complete a ten-week internship, full-time. A modest student stipend will be offered.

    Applicants should submit a resume, cover letter, and a list of three professional references

    Interviews will take place during the month of April. Applicants will be contacted by telephone to schedule an interview that will take place in person or over the telephone.

    The Housing Mobility In Place Intern will support the Northern California Office advance opportunities to link economic mobility and housing mobility within communities of choice. The work will include researching Federal, state and local housing and workforce development regulations, identifying regulatory impediments to mobility, and researching financing and other models to bridge existing gaps in the housing ladder. While the work will be broadly applicable, there will be a specific emphasis on programs and solutions impacting four former public housing sites located in the Southeast section of San Francisco. The work will also emphasize equity and inclusion in its design, exploration and solutions.

    This position will report to the Senior Program Director for Public Housing, but will work in collaboration with the State and Local Policy Director and other Senior level staff in the Northern California Office, as well as Vice Presidents, Market Leader and various National Enterprise staff.

    Job Responsibilities
    • Analysis of Federal, state and local housing mobility impediments within HOPE SF communities, including policy differences by housing tenure;
    • Analysis of Federal, state, and local workforce development programs and their relationships, if any, to housing programs;
    • Research on local services offered to provide access to and education about housing opportunities along the housing continuum;
    • Research on effective and equitable local, regional, and state policies for supporting housing mobility in communities of choice;
    • Analysis of financing and other tools needed to equitably bridge existing gaps in the housing ladder;
    • Development of legislative advocacy strategies and solutions to address regulatory challenges related to inclusive housing mobility;
    • Writing and providing research for related blog posts and other resources.
    Qualifications
    • Strong written and verbal communication skills.
    • Quantitative and qualitative research experience and strong analytical skills.
    • Spatial analysis and mapping skills preferred, but not required.
    • Good team player.
    • Ability to work effectively in fast-paced environment.
    • Ability to work independently and take initiative.
    • Knowledge of affordable housing policy and/or fair housing strongly preferred.
    • Commitment to social justice.
    Additional Info.
    Enterprise Business Partners, LLC is an Equal Opportunity Employer (M/F/D/V).
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    18:PAR-025: Housing Mobility in Place Internship

    Company Enterprise Community Partners
    Department Solutions/Public Policy
    Location San Francisco, California
    Job Summary
    Background

    As a proven and powerful nonprofit, Enterprise improves communities and people’s lives by making well-designed homes affordable. We bring together nationwide know-how, partners, policy leadership and investment to multiply the impact of local affordable housing development. Enterprise’s mission is to create opportunity for low- and moderate-income people through affordable housing in diverse, thriving communities. Enterprise is a national non-profit, with a Northern California office based in San Francisco.

    Interns at Enterprise Northern California play an integral role in developing and advancing program and/or policy work alongside our experienced staff. You will gain exposure to our region and/or state’s most pressing affordable housing challenges and key stakeholders. Interns will also experience working from the perspective of an intermediary. Our work is frequently characterized by providing technical assistance, facilitating processes, convening coalitions, and collaborating with cross-sector partners including but not limited to public offices, community-based organizations, affordable housing developers, researchers and academics, and private funders.

    Enterprise is committed to building and maintaining a diverse staff and a safe, healthy, and welcoming work community.

    Application Process

    Enterprise is accepting applications for summer 2018 internships. The deadline for applications is April 6, 2018. There can be flexibility with the internship start/end dates, but the preferred time frame is June 4 through August 10. Interns are expected to complete a ten-week internship, full-time. A modest student stipend will be offered.

    Applicants should submit a resume, cover letter, and a list of three professional references

    Interviews will take place during the month of April. Applicants will be contacted by telephone to schedule an interview that will take place in person or over the telephone.

    The Housing Mobility In Place Intern will support the Northern California Office advance opportunities to link economic mobility and housing mobility within communities of choice. The work will include researching Federal, state and local housing and workforce development regulations, identifying regulatory impediments to mobility, and researching financing and other models to bridge existing gaps in the housing ladder. While the work will be broadly applicable, there will be a specific emphasis on programs and solutions impacting four former public housing sites located in the Southeast section of San Francisco. The work will also emphasize equity and inclusion in its design, exploration and solutions.

    This position will report to the Senior Program Director for Public Housing, but will work in collaboration with the State and Local Policy Director and other Senior level staff in the Northern California Office, as well as Vice Presidents, Market Leader and various National Enterprise staff.

    Job Responsibilities
    • Analysis of Federal, state and local housing mobility impediments within HOPE SF communities, including policy differences by housing tenure;
    • Analysis of Federal, state, and local workforce development programs and their relationships, if any, to housing programs;
    • Research on local services offered to provide access to and education about housing opportunities along the housing continuum;
    • Research on effective and equitable local, regional, and state policies for supporting housing mobility in communities of choice;
    • Analysis of financing and other tools needed to equitably bridge existing gaps in the housing ladder;
    • Development of legislative advocacy strategies and solutions to address regulatory challenges related to inclusive housing mobility;
    • Writing and providing research for related blog posts and other resources.
    Qualifications
    • Strong written and verbal communication skills.
    • Quantitative and qualitative research experience and strong analytical skills.
    • Spatial analysis and mapping skills preferred, but not required.
    • Good team player.
    • Ability to work effectively in fast-paced environment.
    • Ability to work independently and take initiative.
    • Knowledge of affordable housing policy and/or fair housing strongly preferred.
    • Commitment to social justice.
    Additional Info.
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