Careers

Evernorth’s staff are skilled, knowledgeable, and committed to developing high quality affordable housing and enabling investments in economic and community development to benefit all northern New Englanders and the communities where they live. Working in partnership with the nonprofit, business, and public sectors, our staff looks for opportunities to maximize our capacity to create positive change.

Evernorth appreciates that its principal asset is its talented staff. We offer a comprehensive and competitive compensation and benefits package to attract and retain members of our team. 

Evernorth has offices located in Burlington, Vermont and Portland, Maine. 

Evernorth is committed to a diverse and inclusive workforce and is an equal opportunity employer.

Current job openings are listed below.

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Asset Manager – Burlington

To apply, please send a cover letter and resume to Rewa Worthington, Director of Asset Management, HR@evernorthus.org.


Asset Manager – Portland

To apply, please send a cover letter and resume to Arin Angell, Director of Asset Management, HR@evernorthus.org.


Community Investments Officer

To apply, please send a cover letter and resume to Regan St. Pierre, Director of Community Investments, HR@evernorthus.org


Evernorth is an Equal Opportunity Employer actively encouraging and supporting organization-wide involvement of staff in diversity, equity, and inclusion efforts to educate, inform and advance both internal practices and external work with diverse client populations.

For questions or concerns regarding anything HR related, please reach out to our Human Resources Department via email: HR@evernorthus.org or by phone: (802) 863-8424.


Transparency in Coverage

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