Job Postings

Coney Island Job Fair, Tuesday, May 7th



NYC Jobseeker Information

If you’re a jobseeker, you’re in the right place
Jobs NYC is a campaign that brings the city’s workforce services to a neighborhood near you through hiring halls held monthly in each borough. Whether you are ready to interview with resume in hand or looking for other resources, we’re committed to meeting you where you’re at.

Come join us at our monthly resource fairs if you are looking for:

Opportunities to work for the City of New York
Face time with private employers across the city
Access to workforce development trainings and programs
Connections to resources, including public benefits
Sign up for upcoming events near you using the links and fill out the form below to learn more more about free public workforce services. Afterwards, you’ll be taken to the Jobs NYC: Jobseekers website, where you can explore work, training, and education, other opportunities from around the in the city.

Jobs NYC Hiring Hall: Brooklyn
April 25th, 2024

876 Schenck Avenue Brooklyn, NY 11207

Full information and Hiring Hall dates for other boroughs can be found here.






Check Out Employment Opportunities at NYC Office of Emergency Management



NYPD School Crossing Guard Opportunities

Become a NYC Parks Lifeguard

Qualifying tests start this winter for summer 2024

Achieve Your Goals
Through our Lifeguard Training program and working as an NYC Parks Lifeguard, you’ll test yourself against the best and develop valuable skills that will last a lifetime in any profession.Strengthen Your Swimming
Get access to all of our City’s indoor pools to improve your swimming skills and become a better, more well-rounded athlete.
Become Part of a Brave Team
Work hard and play hard with friends for a lifetime who are also committed to public service and physical fitness.
Get Your Certification
Earn your NYC Parks lifeguard certification, and learn CPR, first-aid, and rescue techniques that will help you become more.
Work at Some of NYC’s Most Iconic Locations
Lifeguards work five or six days each week. Work locations include the beautiful oceanfront in the Rockaways, historic Coney Island, and the only floating pool in North America!
A lifeguard climbs onto their stand while another guard walks away smiling.Start Your Journey
Ready to accept the challenge? Take the first steps toward your future:1.Prep
Find out if you meet the age, vision, and physical requirements to become an NYC Lifeguard and brush up on your swimming skills at one of our upcoming Swimming Improvement Program Sessions2. Test
Sign up for a qualifying test. These tryouts take place in our indoor pools over the winter before the upcoming summer season. All potential lifeguards must pass the Lifeguard Qualifying Test, a vision and swim exam.3. Train
Once you pass the qualifying test, your training to become an NYC Parks Lifeguard begins. You’ll strengthen your swimming, learn crucial lifesaving techniques, and receive your certification to become an NYC Parks Lifeguard. Lifeguard Training is a 16-session program that consists of 40 hours of training, a CPR course, and final swimming tests.4. Guard
If you successfully conquer the training program, you may be offered a full-time position at a beach or pool! Our beaches open on Memorial Day Weekend and outdoor pools open in late June. Beaches and pools close the Sunday After Labor Day. Put your skills into action and keep New Yorkers safe!



Carpentry Opportunity for Women through a union pre-apprenticeship program

For questions or more information, email [email protected]



NYC DCAS Job Opportunities

For more information on job opportunities with NYC DCAS please click on the link provided below.

New York City Job Postings

CD – Institute for Career Development

ICD – Institute for Career Development, a leading nonprofit organization that offers no-cost career assessments, licensed job training programs, and job placement services to youth and adults with disabilities across all five boroughs of NYC.

We are currently recruiting for our newest job training program, the CompTIA A+ Certification, which is an entry-level technology training program for eligible youth and adults with disabilities.

In the training, students receive hands-on classroom instruction, one-on-one counseling, work readiness training, test preparation, and job placement assistance from ICD’s expert employment specialists. Upon completion of the program, graduates will be prepared for entry-level IT positions, such as Computer Support Specialists, Help Desk Technicians, and more.


The Sunset Park Bridge Program

Bus Driver Careers for Immigrants!

The Sunset Park Bridge Program offers classes and training to help you get your Commercial Driver’s License.

  • Improve your English language skills and driving knowledge to pass your Permit Tests.
  • Practice your commercial driving skills to get your CDL Class B License.
  • Become a bus driver with starting salary of $18-21 an hour; full-time work with benefits.


  • Aged 21 years and over / Basic English skills
  • Valid US Driver’s License for 2 years (4 points / 1 suspension max; no DUI/DWI)
  • New York state residence and eligibility to work in the US

929-732-1021 Call today to get started on your new career!

Details can be found here.

Construction Training – Direct Entry Into Building Trades Construction Pre-Apprenticeship

Program Benefits:

  • OSHA 30 Certification
  • Job placement assistance

Applicant Eligibility:

  • Must be at least 18 years old
  • Must possess High School Diploma or HSE
  • Must be a resident of NYC
  • Must be interested in a union career in construction

To find out more please call 718-488-8840 ext. 18 or email [email protected]

Classes are held online. Please visit to join the online info session held every Tuesday and Wednesday at 5:00 pm.