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Neighborhood Development job opportunities

Our job is to turn urban vision into reality. We create policies that affect housing and neighborhoods.

We have a lot of talented people working in our department. They’re rewarded by seeing their work improve the City. A recent survey found that 90 percent of our employees feel their work makes Boston a better place.

Ready to join us? Check out the City of Boston's Career Center website for current openings. We are an equal opportunity employer.

ONGOING RECRUITING

We're always looking for new talent to join us. Whether you're an experienced professional or a recent graduate, we may have a job for you. We recruit paid and unpaid interns to work on City policies. We're also looking for the following talent:

Still have questions? Contact:
Neighborhood Development
Our offices are closed
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic
Boston, MA 02108
Questions about careers?

For general questions about careers with us, contact cathleen.coleman-fiumara@boston.gov.

Innovation and Technology

Our daily needs are always changing and being on the cutting edge of technology is a must. We need technology specialists to help us make the most of our Salesforce platform, associated tech tools and digital products. 

We’re also on the lookout for consultants and student analysts. Job responsibilities include:

  • Fine-tuning our reports and dashboards
  • Creating custom mobile apps
  • Identifying new business needs
  • Fixing bugs, and
  • Helping our tech team work smarter.

Legal masterminds

We’re always looking for legal interns who are law school students or recent graduates. You'll help us with policies that meet federal and state laws. You'll be responsible for legal research related to:

  • real estate interests
  • affordability covenants
  • Salesforce database management, and
  • compliance operations and monitoring.

For more information, email AnneMarie Belrose at  annemarie.belrose@boston.gov.

Budget and finance experts

We have about $80 million in annual funding that we manage. We handle funds and expenses for a variety of federal, state, and City programs. We need people who have experience in municipal budgeting and finance. You'll help us develop techniques for financial planning.

Contact Tim Davis at Tim.Davis2@boston.gov to learn more.

Tenant Advocates

The Office of Housing Stability helps residents find and maintain stable, safe, and affordable housing. They are looking for an intern to assist with their programs, which include helping tenants in housing crisis, providing information to tenants and landlords about their rights and responsibilities, developing tenant and landlord resources and programs.

Reach out to katie.forde@boston.gov for additional information.