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Available Jobs with the City of New York
Over 300,000 people work for the City of New York. Search for a job with the City that matches your interests and skills.
Career Counseling and Resources
Workforce1 Career Centers in Queens, the Bronx, and Upper Manhattan provide job seekers career counseling and resources.
Free Education and Training
Workforce1 has locations in all five boroughs to help you find the education and training you need to find work, free.
HRA Job Centers
Human Resources Administration's (HRA) Job Centers offer temporary financial assistance, food stamps, and Medicaid to eligible individuals. While in receipt of financial assistance, eligible adults are required to participate in an employment or rehabilitative activity designed to help them achieve their highest level of self-sufficiency.
Institute for Medical Simulation & Advanced Learning (IMSAL)
Using state-of-the-art medical simulation technology and teaching methods, the Institute for Medical Simulation and Advanced Learning (IMSAL) delivers patient safety-focused training and assessment programs to physicians, nurses, and allied health providers throughout the NYC Health and Hospitals Corporation (HHC) - the nation's largest municipal healthcare system.
Jobs for Public Housing Residents
The Section 3 Program works to match public housing residents with jobs created by US Housing and Urban Development.
LawHelp is an organization dedicated to helping low-income New Yorkers solve legal problems through access to legal help and information.
NYC Careers
NYC Careers is the City of New York’s official government jobs site where the public can obtain general career information and apply to jobs and civil service exams.
Parks Opportunity Program
With approximately 2,500 trainees working in New York City’s parks, playgrounds, and recreation centers, the Parks Opportunity Program (POP) is one of the nation’s largest transitional employment programs.
Resident Employment Services
This program works to provide public housing residents with construction jobs on certain NYCHA projects.
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