HPD's mission is to promote the quality and affordability of the city’s housing, and diversity and strength in the city's neighborhoods. We do this by maintaining building and resident safety and health, creating opportunities for New Yorkers through housing affordability, and engaging New Yorkers to build and sustain neighborhood strength and diversity.
We are looking for dedicated and talented people to help carry out our mission. From housing inspectors to planners, project managers to lawyers, HPD offers a wide range of opportunities at every level for those who want to help deliver the safe, quality, affordable housing New Yorkers need and deserve.
HPD’s vision is to promote strength and diversity in our workforce and an inclusive and equitable work environment. Learn about Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion in HPD's workplace.
HPD's Office of Enforcement and Neighborhood Services is looking for Housing Inspectors to join our team! Inspectors perform technical work in the inspection of multiple dwellings and other structures to ensure enforcement of the Multiple Dwellings Law, Housing Maintenance Code, and related regulations.
Learn about becoming a Housing Inspector at HPD.
HPD's Office of Enforcement and Neighborhood Services is looking for Construction Project Managers to join our team! CPM's inspect, direct and monitor work relating to emergency repairs and hazardous materials abatement to ensure work is done safely and properly for NYC tenants.
Learn more about becoming a Construction Project Manager at HPD.
HPD's Office of Enforcement and Neighborhood Services is looking for Senior Repair Crew Chiefs to join our team! This position supervises repair crews, makes difficult repairs for the improvement of housing conditions through the Emergency Repair Program, provides training in repair and rehabilitation skills, and performs related work.
Learn more about becoming a Senior Repair Crew Chief at HPD.
Previously known as the HPD-HDC Housing Fellows Program, the NYC Housing & Planning Fellowship is now expanded to include the Department of City Planning (DCP) and the Economic Development Corporation (EDC). Under the new two-year program, the Fellows are introduced to the City’s government work to advance affordable housing and community development throughout the five boroughs. Fellows rotate between 6-month assignments at the four partner City agencies, HDC, HPD, DCP and EDC with the shared mission to shape the future of New York City through affordable housing, land use and economic development policies.
Learn more about the first cohort we welcomed in 2021.
We are always looking for great talent to join our team at HPD, and can come to your school or organization to discuss our employment opportunities. If you would like to arrange a meet and greet with us, please reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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