At New Hampshire Housing, human resources staff members are dedicated to promoting strong, healthy, and mutually rewarding employer/employee relationships through the implementation of effective, legal, and fair employment policies, and respectful, ethical behavior.

We offer competitive salaries, high-quality insurance plans including health, dental, vision, disability, and life insurance, two retirement plans with employer contributions to both, and robust education benefits including undergraduate and graduate tuition reimbursement, student loan repayment assistance, and leadership and professional development. Find your perfect life-work balance with our flexible work schedules, standard 37-hour work week, remote work options, and generous PTO plans including volunteer time and parental leave. You’ll love our diverse and collaborative environment which provides a sense of fulfillment while supporting our mission. We enhance your experience with fitness rewards and reimbursements, company perks and discounts, and so much more.

We think you should you choose New Hampshire Housing as your future employer. Let us show you why. Learn more about who we are.

To be considered for a position, please submit your resume and cover letter via our online application system.

As an Equal Opportunity Employer, New Hampshire Housing is committed to building a workforce that is as diverse as the people we serve. 

NH Housing has helped more than 50,000 families purchase their own homes and been instrumental in financing the creation of more than 16,000 multi-family housing units. We promote and finance affordable housing throughout the Granite State.   

We’re on a mission and we want your expertise!  

Do you have a passion for housing and love program administration? Do you have a background in rental housing development or underwriting? Join our Multifamily Housing team dedicated to increasing the rental supply in New Hampshire! 

We’re hiring a full-time Program Manager, Multifamily Development, for our Multifamily Housing Division. 

You will:  

  • Administer development programs in compliance with federal regulations and NH Housing program policies 
  • Review and underwrite development financing applications 
  • Work with business partners and conduct information sessions  
  • Draft program funding notices  
  • Prepare credit memorandums for Board approval 

What’s required? 

  • Strong communication skills, both written and verbal, are essential to success 
  • Attention to detail and time management skills 
  • Strong persuasive and decision-making skills 
  • Strong Microsoft Office knowledge of Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Outlook; MS Access a plus  
  • Experience in underwriting 
  • Experience in housing development, construction project management, real estate development, and/or other areas of rental housing development is strongly desired 
  • Familiarity with federal cross-cutting requirements for funding programs a plus 
  • Six to eight years relevant work experience, Master’s Degree in a related field is a plus  

Apply now! Please submit your resume via our online application.

We’re on a mission and we want your expertise!  

Want to use your human services and program administration skills to fulfill the mission of creating a New Hampshire with decent, affordable housing for all? Join our Assisted Housing Team dedicated to providing direct assistance to very low-income households through the Housing Choice Voucher Program.  

We’re hiring a full-time Rental Assistance Manager for our Assisted Housing Division. 

You will:   

  • Administer the Section 8 Housing Choice Voucher and Moderate Rehabilitation Rental Assistance Programs in accordance with HUD regulations and NH Housing Administrative Plan 
  • Determine eligibility, including rent calculations, educating owners and participants on program guidelines, and interpreting legal documents necessary for the administration of these programs 
  • Assist prospective participants in locating suitable units and contact current owners and apartment complexes regarding vacancies 

What’s required? 

  • Strong communication and organizational skills 
  • Ability to understand and interpret federal regulations and state rental property laws 
  • Ability to relay complex information in common terms, and to think analytically and make decisions 
  • Intermediate skills in Microsoft Office, including Word and Outlook  
  • At least five years’ relevant work experience or a combination of education and experience, Bachelor’s degree in a related field a plus  
  • Ability to read and speak Spanish is preferred, but not required  

Apply Now!