Check out the March 2023 edition of the NYC Jobs newsletter to see upcoming civil service exams and current job, fellowship, and internship opportunities with the City of New York.
Meet Eduardo Hernandez, senior architect in DCAS's IT division. Eduardo and his team create and update our websites, making it easier for users to apply to take civil service exams. See why he serves the City of New York.
FDNY Commissioner Kavanagh discusses her formative years, her career in public service, and the work of FDNY.
Through DCAS’s Online Application System (OASys), you can apply for and take certain civil service exams online. This can be done on a computer and now also by using a smartphone or tablet.
DCAS’s Sound Unit provides audio support for mayoral press conferences, national and live tv interviews with the mayor, City Hall hearings, and much more. Behind that work is Sound Unit Executive Director Mike Maisano. Learn more about how Mike and his team carry out this work in our most recent employee profile spotlight.
Fair Fares is a program to help New Yorkers with low incomes manage their transportation costs. You may qualify for a half-priced transit fare using a Fair Fares MetroCard. Check your eligibility at nyc.gov/fairfares or call 311 for more information..
The Official Directory of the City of New York lists contact information for government officials.
DCAS Citywide Learning & Development is the central source of training for NYC government employees.
The City reimburses qualifying non-public schools for the cost of procuring security services.
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