Job Opportunities

INHP believes that “Quality through Accountability” provides the foundation of success for all employees.
Accountability: “A personal choice to rise above one’s circumstances and demonstrate the ownership necessary for achieving desired results.” INHP’s goals are achieved, in large part, because of the dedication, hard work and cooperation of all of our employees.

As legally required, INHP make equal employment opportunities available to all persons without regard to race, sex, age, color, religion, national origin, disability, sexual orientation, gender identity, citizenship status, military status, or any other category protected under federal, state, or local law. This policy applies to applicants and employees and to all aspects of employment including hiring, promotion, demotion, and treatment during employment, rate of pay or other forms of compensation, and termination of employment.


The Indianapolis Neighborhood Housing Partnership offers a comprehensive benefits package which includes (but is not limited to) the following benefit offerings:

  • Health insurance options including: medical, dental and vision plans
  • Competitive base salary
  • Company paid life insurance benefits
  • Company paid short-term and disability insurance
  • Paid time off, paid sick time, paid holidays and paid winter break
  • Opportunity to participate in 403(b) retirement program with company contributed percentage
  • Opportunity to participate in both health care and dependent care flexible spending accounts
  • Access to supplemental policies via payroll deduction (AFLAC, Voluntary Life Insurance, etc.)
  • Employee and wellness committee sponsored activities
  • Tuition reimbursement
  • Adoption assistance
  • Access to Employee Assistance Program (EAP)


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Current Openings

Specification Writer/Construction Project Management

This position is responsible for identifying, researching and developing written specifications, coordinating and procuring bids, and providing oversight for all aspects of applicable INHP rehabilitation and construction projects. The qualified incumbent will prepare specifications to be used as standards by the project team that will include the client, Risk Assessor, Inspector, Contractor and other vendors. In addition, the incumbent will act as a liaison in the Rehab area and continuously monitor projects to ensure timely completion and program compliance.  The incumbent’s key responsibilities will include: organizing and tracking specifications (documentation); writing technical descriptions specifying material quality and quantity; and utilizing project management skills.

The incumbent must possess a bachelor’s degree in a related field or equivalent work experience. Additionally, the successful incumbent needs to possess a minimum of two years of construction industry experience and a minimum of two years of project management experience. In addition, the qualified incumbent must be a Certified Home Inspector through ASHI, NACHI or InterNACHI. The right incumbent also must have knowledge and application of construction state and city code requirements.

All interested applicants should apply here.

enior Vice President, Finance and Operations

This position will support the CFO to ensure the integrity of the financial records of the organization, which involves directing the organization’s financial planning, reporting and accounting practices as well as its relationships with lending institutions and the financial community as it relates to investments and borrowing. This position will support the COO to ensure the application of the INHP mission and strategic plan elements within the scope of all INHP organizational policies and processes. The SVP will lead, plan and administer the human resources systems and programs.

The SVP will provide strategic direction, expertise and implementation capacity in six key areas:  (1) Senior Management/Leadership, (2) Financial Services, (3) Information Technology, (4) Human Resources, (5) Operations/Administration and (6) Board Administration.

This position is part of the senior management team, reports jointly to the CFO and COO, and shares responsibility for setting corporate and departmental policies and procedures.

The successful incumbent should have knowledge and/or experience in the following fields: strategic planning, residential and commercial real estate lending, secondary markets for loan portfolios, securitization, and similar corporate finance functions, community development and not-for-profit management.  Additionally, he/she must have a bachelor’s degree in a related field and at least 10 years of relevant experience in finance, real estate development or brokerage, not-for-profit, government/public policy, affordable housing, project negotiation, communications and/or research.  A minimum of five years of executive level management experience is preferred.

All interested applicants should apply here.

Director, Advancement

The Director of Advancement position primarily is responsible for the strategic envisioning, planning and implementation of the organization’s overall advancement function.

Job responsibilities include donor identification, research, qualification, cultivation, solicitation, and stewardship while also supervising the Advancement staff. At a managerial level, the Director of Advancement serves as a strategist for the organization in conjunction with other Directors and the Senior Management team. Additionally, the incumbent creates and evaluates annual development strategic plans and annual budgets and provides support for the VP, Advancement and Marketing. The incumbent will maintain a donor portfolio and manage donor relations for key corporate funders. The incumbent also will be responsible for 1) managing a donor portfolio, 2) daily oversight of the Advancement department, 3) moves management and gift planning and 4) tracking and monitoring key performance indicators. Additionally, the incumbent works in conjunction with the Director of Marketing Communications to develop and implement strategic communications which influence the overall capacity to raise funds

The qualified incumbent must possess a Bachelor’s degree or equivalent education and experience. In addition, he/she must have a minimum of three years of successful fundraising experience. Previous experience managing an Advancement staff is preferred. In addition, the incumbent must have a proven track record with face to face solicitation and annual giving and previous experience working with a non-profit Board of Directors.

All interested applicants should apply here.