Empower yourself;
Empower the Community

 

We are guided by what we do!

Founded in 1990, The Housing Partnership, Inc. is a 501(c)3 non-profit real estate development organization that creates affordable housing opportunities to encourage family stability, support communities, revitalize neighborhoods, and empower local economy.

Since inception, HPI has served over 12,000 low-income individuals and families through public and private partnerships. HPI’s vision is to create communities in which affordable housing of choice is available for everyone.

At present, HPI serves over 1,500 individuals and families in its property managed single- and multi-family communities. Along with resident services, HPI offers a path to homeownership through its nationally recognized NeighborWorks America Homebuyer Education & Financial Counseling program that lowers the cost of entry for new homeowners through access to downpayment assistance and community mortgage lending.

HPI, in partnership with state agencies, private entities and other nonprofits, also works to combat homelessness through affordable housing and homeownership among veterans and victims of domestic violence.

What we do

We look for people who are passionate and proud of the work they acheive.
At HPI, you can build a career with the knowledge that you are making a difference in the community.

Property & Asset Management
Real Estate Development
HPI Construction
Single Family Home Sales
Homebuyer Education
Financial Counseling


What makes us different

We know our team is our greatest asset!
We strive for an environment of continuous improvement and professional growth for employees.
We want you to bring your ideas to the table; we support unconventional solutions!

  • Professional Development and Advancement Opportunities available.
  • Employee Benefits including Health & Dental, and company match 401K plans.
  • Paid Vacation & Holidays, including Oaks Day and Good Friday.
  • Salary continuation with up to 80% of salary for emergency leaves.
  • Promotion of Healthy Work/Life Balance.

Open Positions

 

The Housing Partnership is a non-profit real estate development organization dedicated to creating, sustaining and promoting access to affordable housing of choice. We have a strong focus on building stable communities by providing financial education for a future community of homeowners.
 

POSITION SUMMARY:

Under the direction and supervision of the Executive Vice-President, the Director of Single-Family Development performs a broad range of functions associated with Single-Family Housing Production.
 

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND TASKES:

1. Develops and implements homeownership production programs.
2. Prepares development budgets and Requests for Proposals, reviews financial feasibility.
3. Maintains knowledge of legislative, tax and financing programs applicable to affordable housing.
4. Initiates and maintains relationship with financial institutions and corporations interested in affordable housing.
5. Develops concepts and financing for single family housing produced with federal, state and other assistance programs
6. Evaluates feasibility of residential projects from private investors and others.
7. Prepares applications for single-family projects through federal, state and other subsidies.
8. Provides technical assistance in planning, development and feasibility analysis to non-profit and for-profit sponsors and developers.
9. Attracts new business relationships for the corporation.
10. Provides technical support to the President and Executive Vice President in the review and analysis of long term development and financing strategies being considered by the corporation.
11. Other responsibilities as directed.
 

WORKING CONDITIONS:

Some work is performed in a business office. Long hours of sitting at a computer examining documents and making calculations.
 

EFFORT:

Must be able to see. Handling, sorting and reaching. No lifting required.
 

MACHINES, TOOLS, EQUIPMENT:

Equipment typically used includes laptop computer, printer, calculator, fax machine and copier.
 

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:

Bachelor’s degree in Finance, Real Estate, Business, Public Administration or related field. Minimum of eight years of experience in the successful construction, development and/or production of affordable housing. An advanced degree in Business Finance or Law is an advantage. Must have a reliable vehicle to perform various tasks, with proof of liability insurance, and a valid driver’s license in state of residence.
 
Ability to achieve desired financial and operational results with minimal or general supervision.
 
A combination of education, training, and experience may be substituted when competency in the role is demonstrated. Successful performance on pre-employment tests is required.
 
Reasonable accommodations may be made to those who are able to perform the essential duties of the job. The incumbent must be able to pass any required drug test and new hire physical examination.
 

SPECIALIZED SKILLS AND KNOWLEDGE:

• High level of computer skills, including MS Outlook and/or Intermediate to Advanced Excel
• Professional image in personal appearance and correspondence
• Ability to prioritize work and organize tasks
• Excellent communication and interpersonal skills
• Mature business judgement
• Demonstrated technical expertise to analyze and negotiate financial and operational details of real estate developments with developers, contractors, lenders, investors and government officials.
• Articulation and interpersonal skills necessary to structure financial presentations to senior governmental, corporate, or banking personnel and to inspire their confidence in working with the corporation.
• Ability to handle sensitive or confidential financial information.
 

HPI reserves the right to change this job description as needed.

 

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The Housing Partnership is a non-profit real estate development organization dedicated to creating, sustaining and promoting access to affordable housing of choice. We have a strong focus on building stable communities by providing financial education for a future community of homeowners.
 

POSITION SUMMARY:

Under the supervision of the HPIC Manager, the Construction Worker will perform a broad range of functions associated with acquisition, rehab, resale and new construction activities. This position requires physical strength, hand-eye coordination, and the ability to concentrate on multiple tasks. The ability to understand and communicate information is also essential. Supervision of others may be required.
 

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND TASKES:

1. Competently advises or exercises supervision over sub-contractors and construction laborers. Refer to Construction Manager when needed.
2. Operates a variety of hand and power tools, and other tools as directed by management.
3. Cleans and prepares construction sites as needed, removing and properly disposing of debris and waste materials, and digging.
4. Shovel materials to and from construction areas.
5. Follow all safety procedures on the job site and report violations immediately to management.
6. Maintain a safe and clean job site by handling materials and storing them properly, picking up and removing all tools and equipment when not in use, and securing the job site on a daily basis.
7. Load and unload construction supplies from trucks both manually and with the use of equipment.
8. Report incidents immediately to management or HR in accordance with incident reporting procedures established by the company.
9. Maintains company equipment and tools
10. Performs other duties as assigned by management.

 

WORKING CONDITIONS:

Work is performed at various properties with travel reimbursement for mileage between properties. Typically works a normal workweek. Overtime and availability on short notice may occur.
 

EFFORT:

Extensive mobility is required including walking, climbing, reaching, stretching, bending, crouching, crawling. Work may occur in various weather conditions.
 

MACHINES, TOOLS, EQUIPMENT:

Must provide own basic tools, or be willing to obtain the required hand tools. Must be knowledgeable and skilled in the safe use and maintenance of the following:
• Hand tools: Various wrenches, screwdrivers, grips, sledgehammer, hammer, snips, post hole diggers, saws, etc.
• Power Tools: Wrenches, grinder, sander, drill, saws, etc.
• User-Moved Aids: Wheelbarrows, dollies, hand trucks, buckets, hoists, jacks, stepladders, full ladders, double ladders.
• Mechanical Equipment: Motors, pumps, compressors, blowers, electric and hand-powered augers, etc.
• Measuring Devices: Voltmeters, ohmmeters, testing meters, PH tests, etc.

 

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:

Must have three or more years of construction work experience.
• Must have a reliable vehicle to perform various tasks, with proof of insurance and a valid driver’s license in the state of residence
• Must have a truck or van equipped for towing.
• Be at least 18 years of age.
• High school diploma or equivalent.
• Ability to do physical labor and other strenuous physical tasks.
• Ability to work in all weather conditions.
• Must be punctual and reliable.
• Construction workers operate a variety of machinery and heavy equipment, such as torches and jackhammers, but most commonly will operate and maintain standard residential renovation and maintenance equipment and tools.
• The incumbent must be able to pass any pre-employment drug testing.
 

SPECIALIZED SKILLS AND KNOWLEDGE:

• Knowledge of appliance repair
• Light carpentry
• Plumbing and electrical knowledge
• Knowledge of safety procedures, safety-conscious
• Steady and dependable
• Ability to work with the pressure of deadlines
• Ability to have a flexible work schedule to accommodate after-hour and weekend emergencies
 

HPI reserves the right to change this job description as needed.

 

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HPI is an equal opportunity employer committed to fostering an inclusive work environment that promotes diversity.
The team at HPI thanks you for your interest!