City Cleanup Corps is Hiring
The City Cleanup Corps (CCC) will employ 10,000 New Yorkers for beautification across our city. CCC workers will wipe away graffiti, power-wash sidewalks, create community murals, tend to community gardens, beautify public spaces, and work with community organizations to clean their neighborhoods. By making our city gleam, we’re welcoming business and tourists back and helping revitalize our economy.
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Available Job Opportunities
Complete our interest form to be notified about job opportunities that might be right for you.
- NYC Department of Environmental Protection: Review the Seasonal City Park Worker position for more information about NYC CCC positions at the NYC Department of Environmental Protection.
- NYC Department of Parks and Recreation: Review all the CCC positions below for more information about NYC CCC at the NYC Department of Parks and Recreation.
- NYC Economic Development Corporation (NYCEDC) and The DOE Fund: Review the City Cleanup Corp job postings for Supervisor, Shift Leader and Maintenance Worker for more information about this opportunity.
- The Horticultural Society of New York: Review multiple NYC CCC job postings online, questions and applications can be sent to CleanUpCorpsJobs@thehort.org.
- The Mayor’s Office of Criminal Justice and the Center for Court Innovation: Review the new opportunities for CCC positions at 17 public housing developments in neighborhoods across NYC.
The Department for Homeless Services (DHS) is Hiring
DHS’ Street Homelessness Solutions – Joint Command Center (JCC) is hiring for multiple positions to help identify, engage, and transition homeless New Yorkers to appropriate services and ultimately permanent housing. For more information and to apply visit the NYC jobs website and follow the directions below.
Street Outreach Associates: $ 20.98/hour, Job ID 460845
Outreach Crisis Coordinator: $29.61/hour, Job ID 460842
How to Apply:
- Create an account by clicking “New User”.
- Search for the Job Title you are interested in
- Apply for Jobs
After you apply, the agency will review your application. Only applicants being considered for an interview will be contacted.
HireNYC: Construction Careers
The City of New York is committed to helping New Yorkers start careers in the building and construction trade unions.
Tile, Marble, Terrazzo BAC LU #7
The Joint Apprenticeship and Training Committee (JATC) for Tile, Marble and Terrazzo BAC, Local Union #7 of NY & NJ will conduct a recruitment from June 7, 2021 through November 5, 2021 for three Tile, Marble and Terrazzo Finisher apprentices; five Tile Setter apprentices; five Terrazzo Worker apprentices; and five Marble, Carver, Cutter and Setter apprentices.
Applications will be available at the International Masonry Institute, 12-07 44th Avenue, Long Island City, NY from 8:00 a.m. to 8:30 a.m. on 6/7/21, 6/8/21, 6/9/21, 6/10/21, 11/1/21, 11/2/21, 11/3/21, and 11/4/21. Applications must be completed, and exams taken, on the day of application. Doors open at 8:00 a.m. There will be no admittance after 8:30 a.m. Processing will be until 10:00 a.m.
High Rise Concrete Carpenters Recruiting Apprentices
The Joint Apprenticeship and Training Committee for the High Rise Concrete Carpenters of NYC is recruiting apprentices between February 10 and November 10, 2021. To apply, you must pick up an application in person. Applications are available on the second Wednesday of every month from 7–7:30am at:
The New York City District Council of Carpenters Training Center
395 Hudson Street (Clarkson Street entrance), New York, NY 10014
Only the applicant can get an application. To receive an application, you must provide a government-issued picture ID.
Bricklayers & Allied Craftworkers Local Union #1 Recruiting Apprentices
The Bricklayers and Allied Craftworkers are starting a recruitment period for five Bricklayer-Mason apprentices.
The application and affidavits are available online for 24 hours a day on these dates:
- June 25
- September 24
- October 29
- November 19
- December 21
You must print applications and affidavits, fill them out completely, sign them, and return them by mail with a copy of your High School diploma or High School equivalency diploma such as TASC or GED. Mail them to:
International Masonry Institute, 12-07 44th Ave, Long Island City, NY 11101. Applications must be postmarked no later than December 17, 2021.
Working for the City
There are many ways to find opportunities in New York City government.
Civil Service Exams
Most jobs with the City of New York require that you take and pass a test. This test is known as a Civil Service Exam. Due to the ongoing impact of COVID-19, the exams being offered are only ones you can take online.
Exam Fees and Waivers
You have to pay a fee to take any exam. However, some New Yorkers—including veterans, people receiving public assistance or Unemployment Insurance benefits, and others— are eligible for a fee waiver. Learn more about fee waivers.
Call Center Representative
Exam dates: October 6-29
Minimum salary: $35,083
Exam dates: October 6-29
Minimum salary: $48,574
Exam dates: October 6-November 3
Minimum salary: $42,500
Resume & Career Help at Brooklyn Public Library
The Brooklyn Public Library’s Resume & Career Help and Job Information Resource Librarians offer assistance to all New Yorkers with writing resumes and cover letters, job interviewing, and finding the right career or college. Services are free and available online or through email.
Visit the Brooklyn Public Library calendar and enter the keyword “resume” to schedule a video session with a Job Information Resource Librarian.
If you have questions about your resume, cover letter, Brooklyn Public Library online resources or programs that could help you in your job search, or other job search-related questions, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 718-623-7000 option 3.
Construction Site Safety Training Program
Workers at many construction job sites in New York City will be required to have 40 hours of safety training by March 1, 2021. The Construction Site Safety Training Program provides the required Site Safety Training for NYC residents who are 18 years or older and new to the construction industry.
- Learn more about site safety training and who is required to have it.
- This program is currently recruiting qualified candidates remotely. Complete the interest form to get started.
Free Computer Skills Accelerator Course
The Boro Park Jewish Community Council and Community Board 12 are partnering to provide New Yorkers with a FREE computer skills accelerator virtual course. Experienced and qualified computer instructors lead the computer courses. The course aims to provide critical tools and teach introductory, entry-level skills to beginners and expand abilities to increase job potential.
Brooklyn Public Library Adult Learning Centers
Get free educational programing through books, technology and interactive classroom instruction taught by professional and friendly instructors and tutors to build the skills needed to meet personal, educational and employment goals.
Groups and classes are for participants 17 years and older who are functioning below the high school level. The program focuses on reading, writing, and HSE preparation. All programs and classes are available mornings, afternoons, evenings and Saturdays and include:
- Basic Literacy
- Adult Basic Education (ABE)
- Assistance with obtaining your high school equivalency diploma (HSE)
- Citizenship Prep
- Basic Computer Literacy
- Educational workshops
Download the Adult Learning Program [PDF] brochure for more information.
Career Discovery NYC
Career Discovery NYC is a centralized resource to assist New Yorkers with career discovery and training. The portal provides online, no-cost trainings that prepare New Yorkers with the necessary skills to pursue a pathway for an in-demand career. It helps New Yorkers:
- Explore: Learn about a new career that’s in demand, including skill requirements and salary expectations.
- Discover: Take introductory courses to help you decide if a specific career is a good fit for you.
- Prepare: Spend more time practicing what you’ve learned to gain comfort and familiarity with those skills.
- Train: Apply to training programs that can lead you to a new career.
You can also learn where to get low-cost or free internet access and support services.
Resources for Veterans
If you’re a Veteran looking for a job in New York City, visit Empire Vets to find featured job postings. The site can also help you find jobs based on your military rank and experience.
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