Current opportunities are listed above. Each job posting will list specific instructions on how to submit your cover letter and resume. You will be asked to fill in some information, answer a few questions, and upload your cover letter and resume. If your resume is a match for the qualifications, you may be contacted for an interview.
Your career at Minnesota Housing starts with a sound mission: Minnesota Housing finances affordable housing for low- and moderate-income households while fostering strong communities.
As an underwriter, architect, compliance specialist, housing program manager, or support staff, you’ll be helping to build stronger communities. Minnesota Housing has a national reputation as one of the finest housing finance agencies in the country. We foster strong communities by removing barriers, providing choices and creating opportunities. The Agency invests in a broad housing continuum, serving low- and moderate-income households with a vast array of resources. From preventing and ending homelessness for the very lowest income Minnesotans to helping families buy and fix up their homes, Minnesota Housing works with private delivery partners, including lenders, developers, property managers, social service providers and communities throughout the state.
What employees are saying:
A recent Minnesota Housing employee engagement survey found:
90% of employees agreed that our mission makes them feel our work is important.
90% of employees understand how their work fits into the goals of the Agency
91% of employees know what is expected of them
You’ll get to know your coworkers– there are more than 200 of us working together in beautiful downtown St. Paul. Walk across the street and enjoy lunch from a food truck at Mears Park, or stroll along the Mississippi river. As a Minnesota Housing employee, you enjoy all of the benefits of working for a small, close-knit organization, but we are also a State of Minnesota agency with excellent benefits, including 100% employer-paid health coverage for employees and very reasonable family rates.
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100% of the employee premium paid, and significant portion of family premium also paid for by Minnesota Housing.
Two plan designs. Most employees participate in the traditional plan, some employees have the additional option of the high deductible plan.
Low cost premiums.
Life and Accidental Death & Dismemberment (AD&D) insurance:
Employees receive employer-paid life insurance in amount equal to annual salary, with the option to purchase additional life insurance up to $500,000 and AD&D insurance.
Some managers receive an employer-paid combined life insurance and disability insurance policy.
Short Term and Long Term Disability Insurance
Optional insurance at excellent group rates.
Long Term Care Insurance:
Optional insurance. Covers long term care services not covered by health or disability insurance.
Can be purchased for employee, spouse, or parents/step parents.
Dependent Care Expense Account
Medical/Dental Expense Account
Transit Expense account to set aside pretax money for parking and/or bus pass.
Vacation and Sick Leave:
Full-time employees will earn 13 vacation days per year upon hire. Accrual rates increase over time: 16 days per year after 5 years, 22 days per year after 8 years, up to a maximum of 29 days per year.
Most managers will earn 19 vacation days per year upon hire. Accrual rates increase over time: 22 days per year after 5 years, 24 days per year after 8 years, up to a maximum of 29 days per year.
Some employees eligible to receive vacation accrual credit for prior work service.
Employees earn approximately 13 sick days per year. Sick leave can be carried from year to year with no maximum.
11 per year.
Most employees participate in a defined benefit pension plan funded by employee and employer contributions.
Retirement benefits are based on years of service and salary.
Employees may set aside a portion of their salary into a deferred compensation plan (similar to a 401k).
Parking/Bus Pass discount:
$20 agency contribution towards bus pass and parking (agency-contracted parking ramp only).
Agency provides generous tuition reimbursement program to help employees achieve professional development goals.
Health Care Savings Plan:
A pre-tax account where money is set aside to pay for medical expenses after retirement.
Most managers begin contributing upon hire, most professional employees begin contributing after five years.
Upon retirement, many employees receive a portion of their unused sick leave paid into the Health Care Savings Plan.