Make It Happen

Getting The JobAlicia Baly, Budget Analyst
Be sure that you took the opportunity to thoroughly review NYPA's career site and home page. The information provided will help you understand NYPA's many divisions, geographic areas in which we do business and the qualities we value among our people and potential employees.

"I was fortunate to work with managers who took an interest in seeing me advance. I was encouraged to pursue a Bachelor's degree, and then went on to earn my Master's."

— Alicia Baly, Budget Analyst II,
Business Services - Finance

When applying for a position, forward your cover letter, salary requirements and resume to NYPA via our online application site, Make sure all of your information is factual and complete before submitting it to us.

A NYPA Human Resources (HR) representative is the initial point of contact for applicants and is responsible for screening resumes before submitting them to the appropriate hiring manager for further review and evaluation. The hiring manager determines which, among the qualified candidates, will be interviewed. The HR representative coordinates the scheduling of interviews and will provide candidates with preliminary information and instructions as necessary.

Our interviews are designed to help us get to know you and for you to ask questions about our organization. We are interested in your background, experience and technical expertise. At times, more than one interview may be required.

Reference Checking
All offers of employment are contingent upon satisfactory completion of a comprehensive background investigation and the submission of documents establishing identity and employment authorization as required by the Immigration and Reform Control Act.

Offer of Employment
When a decision has been reached, verbal and written notification is made to the candidate, at which time a start date is given. Unsuccessful candidates who have been interviewed will also be contacted through written notification.