This position is no longer open for resume submissions. Thank you for your interest in East Liberty.
East Liberty Development, Inc. strives to create sustainable mixed income communities by designing and implementing comprehensive community plans in collaboration with residents in the East End of Pittsburgh. As part of our neighborhood stabilization initiative, it is imperative we play an important role in providing residents with the opportunity to achieve complete physical, mental, and social well-being by assisting them in the development of their fullest potential.
Planning for social equity includes principles related to the adopting of plans, policies, and regulations that are fair and achieve a healthy environment, vibrant community, diverse cultural assets and amenities, equal and adequate services and infrastructure, mix of affordable housing options, and economic opportunities to low-income and minority residents. Social Equity ensures that individuals and groups:
- Have access to a wide variety of experiences, resources, goods, and services;
- Are protected from health, economic, environmental, and social disparities;
- Have the opportunity to participate in public decisions; and
- Are treated fairly regardless of race, ethnicity, religion, income, gender, age, or disability.
Therefore, ELDI is seeking a motivated and experienced individual who will develop and design a business model for a pilot program that will help vulnerable families achieve their goals of social stability while also securing stable housing through the neighborhood’s transformation process. Helping families achieve social goals will make them better tenants, homeowners, and better neighbors. Achieving social goals of family stability, employment, and education will help them be permanent members of the revitalized community.
Please download the PDF at the bottom of this page for the complete job description. This position will start April 1, 2013. Equivalent combination of training, experience, or other related qualifications will be considered. Applicants are responsible to show how their personal training and experience would qualify them for the position. Compensation will be based upon experience. Please send resume and cover letter to: Maelene Myers at maelene.myers(at)eastliberty.org. Please do not call or email East Liberty Development, Inc. regarding this posting. All applications are due Friday, February 15, 2013.