The Metropolitan Housing Coalition (MHC) is hiring a Housing & Energy Affordability Program Coordinator.
This position is full-time, hybrid (remote, in-office) position, based in Louisville, Kentucky, and responsible for identifying and building out data sets and research that connect energy affordability and housing affordability within the context of the larger renewable energy transition. Engaging in and expanding education, advocacy, and community engagement on these issues. Working with outside experts to build a program web presence, education & advocacy campaign, and a sustainable communications, marketing, and branding strategy, in order to engage the community and build coalitions. Represent MHC and coordinate discussions with key partners and partner organizations on housing and energy affordability efforts. The Housing & Energy Affordability Program Coordinator reports directly to the Executive Director.
MHC is a 501(c)3 comprised of over 300 individual and organizational donor-members and is the Louisville metropolitan region’s premiere housing advocacy organization. MHC promotes the expansion of fair, accessible, and affordable housing opportunities across the Louisville community, especially for disadvantaged populations including low- and moderate-income households, communities of color, single female-headed households, LGBTQ persons, older adults, and people with disabilities.
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