Welcome to HPD's Career Opportunities page. HPD offers competitive positions in a supportive work environment with great employee benefits.
HPD's available positions are listed below and are organized by Office. Please review the open positions and apply accordingly.
Non-City Applicants: Candidates who are not currently City employees may review HPD's available positions and apply through the NYC Careers portal by clicking on the links below.
Current HPD and/or City Employees: Candidates may apply for all positions through NYCAPS Employee Self Service (ESS).
|Job Title||Job ID#||Salary||Posting Date|
|The Office of Asset and Property Management (APM)
APM leads the agency effort to protect the City's investment. Established in 2009, APM actively monitors the performance and regulatory compliance of City-sponsored projects and directly manages City-owned property.
|Tenant Interim Lease (TIL) Data Analyst||308533||$54,643-$62,862||10/04/2017|
|Co-op Readiness & Technical Services (CRTS) Violations & Repairs Coordinator||307846||$51,197-$60,000||09/29/2017|
|Deputy Director of Tenant Association (TA) Management||305615||$50,362-$78,177||09/19/2017|
|The Office of the Commissioner
The Office of the Commissioner oversees and leads HPD.
|The Office of Development (DEV)
DEV leads the implementation of the Mayor's Housing Plan to create or preserve 200,000 units of affordable housing by the close of the fiscal year 2024.
|Senior Project Manager, Year 15 Program||312325||$65,000-$75,000||11/03/2017|
|Associate Commissioner for New Construction||311439||$144,000-$154,000||10/27/2017|
|Executive Director of Homeownership Initiatives||307157||$110,000-$120,000||09/26/2017|
|Affordable Neighborhood Cooperative (ANCP) Project Manager||305674||$55,000-$65,000||09/20/2017|
|Multifamily Disposition and Finance (MDFP) Senior Project Manager/Underwriter/Analyst||304461||$70,000-$80,000||09/06/2017|
|In Rem Deputy Director||304095||$72,224-$82,224||09/05/2017|
|Grant Specialist - CoC Grants, Division of Special Needs Housing||300188||$35,683-$59,385||08/23/2017|
|The Office of Enforcement and Neighborhood Services (OENS)
OENS works closely with other HPD divisions and outside community partners to identify buildings in distress, assess and develop appropriate strategies to address those properties, and work closely with responsible owners to develop a plan to improve conditions and return buildings to firm financial footing and physical health.
|The Office of Financial Management and Tenant Resources (FMTR)
FMTR provides a central place in the agency for support and consultation on financial issues.
|Accounts Receivable Liaison||312474||$46,747-$46,747||11/06/2017|
|The Office of the First Deputy Commissioner
The Office of the First Deputy Commissioner works closely with the HPD Commissioner in fulfilling the agency’s mission and key goals, and oversees many of HPD’s operations. The Office of HPD Tech, and Divisions of Performance Management and Analytics, Human Resources, Section 8 Appeals, and Operations & Support Services report to the First Deputy Commissioner.
|Internal Compliance Officer||309707||$52,000-$59,964||10/13/17|
|Director of Staffing Management||309705||$90,000-$100,000||10/13/17|
|Director of Training and Development||306622||$90,000-$100,000||09/19/17|
|The Office of HPD Tech
The Office of HPD Tech develops and supports the technological infrastructure of HPD.
|Technical Product Owner||302225||$102,000-$112,000||08/25/17|
|GIS Web Developer||300741||$77,550-$87,550||08/18/17|
|Product Owner/Project Manager||291450||$100,000-$110,000||06/12/17|
|The Office of Legal Affairs (OLA)
OLA provides legal support services to the entire agency.
|Senior Real Estate Attorney||312471||$100,000-$110,000||11/03/17|
|The Office of Neighborhood Strategies (ONS)
ONS is charged with ensuring that HPD's development and preservation efforts are guided by meaningful community engagement and coordinated with public investments in infrastructure and services, as put for in the Mayor's Housing Plan.
|The Office of Strategy, Research, and Communications (SRC)
SRC is responsible for interfacing with elected officials and key stakeholders, the media, and the public; improving agency operations and programs through innovative approaches and team building and performing major housing research to inform all aspects of our work from neighborhood strategies to code enforcement.
|Deputy Commissioner, Office of Policy & Strategy||310539||$180,000-$185,000||10/20/17|