INHP always is looking for business-savvy individuals who are hard-working and passionate about serving the city of Indianapolis and the people who call it home.
The Indianapolis Neighborhood Housing Partnership (INHP) is Indianapolis’ pre-eminent community development catalyst for successful homeownership and sustainable neighborhoods.
We enable our clients to become and remain long-term, successful homeowners through homebuyer preparation, including classes and advising programs and mortgage lending. We also help advance Indianapolis’ quality of life by providing thought leadership, technical assistance, organizational financial support and programming to community partners dedicated to neighborhood revitalization.
CURRENT JOB OPPORTUNTIES
This position is integral to the Lending department's homeowner repair program and Single-Family Home Development strategy. The incumbent's key responsibilities will include:
- Specification writing to help homeowners who need written standards that will help them address their repair needs
- Project management and documentation to organize, track and follow procedures that meet standards and ensure compliance
- Customer service to assist clients and address issues
- Site selection to help identify and work with supervisors to negotiate for property acquisition
- Recruitment for builders and contractors
- Community relations to maintain regular communications with neighborhood representatives in INHP investment areas
- Collaboration with INHP's marketing team and various real estate agents to list and sell homes, and to communicate effectively with all stakeholders
Knowledge of and experience with construction standards is crucial, including ability to define a detailed scope of work that follows Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) guidelines. Other requirements include:
- Minimum two years of construction industry experience
- Certified Home Inspector through ASHI, NACHI or InterNACHI
- Minimum two years' customer service background working with clients, vendors and contractors
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This position provides program oversight and manages the day-to-day activities of multiple business lines under the Single Family Lending umbrella. The incumbent's key responsibilities will include:
- Reporting of daily, monthly and quarterly pipeline reports
- Management of subordinate staff including but not limited to timecard management, department scheduling, training, onboarding, answering staff questions, providing consultation on a variety of procedural and department issues, executing signatory authority as needed (i.e. signing loan documents, authorizing expense vouchers, authorizing contractor payments, etc.), performing essential duties as a back-up when necessary, mediating customer concerns or contractor issues, etc.
- Knowledge of regulatory issues as it relates to mortgage lending and provide training or assistance to staff on program changes
- Administrator of Mortgage Loan Originating software
- Understanding all aspects of the lending function: loan processing, underwriting, closing, post-closing, rehab administration, post-purchase counseling, and loss mitigation
- Bachelor’s Degree in Business or related field of study or equivalent work experience
- Minimum ten years experience in mortgage lending experience (loan origination, processing and/or underwriting)
- At least five years of management experience
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INHP is an equal opportunity employer, including disabilty/veteran.
WORKING AT INHP
Respect: We believe in treating people and their opinions with dignity through attentiveness, consideration, empathy and ensuring mutual understanding when communicating.
Collaboration: We believe in developing effective partnerships with the community, organizations, clients and colleagues through active engagement and relationship-building.
Customer service: We believe in creating a client-focused environment that is efficient, positive, responsive, welcoming and friendly.
Continuous improvement: We believe in ongoing innovation, evaluation, training and growth while continuously having the courage to ask ourselves, “What can we do better?”
Trust: We believe in creating and maintaining a culture of honesty.
INHP makes equal employment opportunities available to all persons without regard to race, sex, age, color, religion, national origin, mental or physical disability, sexual orientation, gender identity, citizenship status, military status, any other legally-protected status, or genetic (including family medical history) information.
This policy applies to applicants and employees and to all aspects of employment including hiring, promotion, demotion, and treatment during employment, rates of pay or other forms of compensation, and termination of employment.
We think accountability is the foundation of success for all employees. Our employees own their projects and demonstrate dedication, passion and hard work so INHP achieves its goals.
We like to have fun, too. From employee birthday pitch-ins and wellness challenges, to embracing the spirit of friendly competition during our annual employee campaign activities or voluntary holiday party gag gifts, the INHP team rallies behind its mission and its people.
One of INHP’s core values is continuous improvement, which requires that we encourage our team members to look for ways to grow their skill set.
Whether it’s maintaining professional credentials, attending conferences, conducting cross-training or participating in informal learning opportunities like our monthly lunch-and-learns, continuing education helps our team evolve to accommodate the needs of an ever-evolving work environment. It’s also a great way for our team to share information.
INHP offers a comprehensive benefits package which includes (but is not limited to) the following:
- Insurance options including medical, dental and vision plans
- Company-paid life insurance benefits
- Company-paid short-term and long-term disability insurance
- Health care and dependent care flexible spending accounts or a Health Savings Account
- Competitive base salary
- Opportunity to participate in 403(b) retirement program with company-contributed percentage
- Benefit election options to meet your individual needs
- Paid time off (including vacation and sick time), paid holidays and paid winter break
- Employee and wellness committee sponsored activities
- Access to Employee Assistance Program (EAP)