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Jobs NYC-Coalition-to-Stop-Credit-Checks-in-Employment-3
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Slamming current hiring practices as unjust, area leaders are pushing for new city laws that would prevent employers from immediately asking about an applicant’s arrest history, as well as ban employment credit checks. Prompted by the news that New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie signed a bill that prevents employers from asking applicants about their criminal history
Jobs Spring on 5th Avenue at Carroll Street
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Rapidly expanding Corner News Media, which runs four hyperlocal news sites in Brooklyn, is looking for energetic interns to cover stories this summer ranging from local politics to transportation issues to resident profiles. The ideal candidate is a self-starting multimedia journalist who thrives on hitting the streets and finding news. Interns will work closely with experienced
Jobs Stoop Star
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Rapidly expanding Corner News Media, which runs four hyperlocal news sites in Brooklyn, is looking for energetic interns to cover stories this summer ranging from local politics to transportation issues to resident profiles. The ideal candidate is a self-starting multimedia journalist who thrives on hitting the streets and finding news. Interns will work closely with experienced
Jobs Teens & Tech via Prospect Park Zoo on FB
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If your teen is interested in sustainability and technology, be sure to check out an upcoming program from The Wildlife Conservation Society. Creative Activism in Climate Change will bring together talented teens to conduct research in urban ecology and climate change at the city’s four area zoos. Each zoo will have it’s own program, combining instruction in
Education Graduates
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If you’re a full-time city employee interested in getting a master’s degree, here’s your chance at receiving a fully- or partially-funded graduate education. The Mayor’s Graduate School Program connects eligible employees with scholarships to area universities to pursue degrees in law, education, social work, computer science, nursing, public health, engineering, policy analysis, and business and public administration. Applicants for the selective
Business l'albero del gelati
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It’s been almost three months since we heard news that“cultish” gelato shop L’Albero Dei Gelati would be coming to Fifth Avenue, and they announced today that they’ll be opening in the first half of June. If you’re interested in working at the gelateria, a sign on the window says they’re looking for servers, bartenders, and gelato/pastry/baker assistants.
Business dino bbq sign
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Update (May 2, 9:49 a.m.): Sources at Dinosaur tell us that the opening date has been moved to mid-June. Hey, as long as it’s here for summer! Signs are going up at 604 Union Street, the soon-to-be site of Dinosaur Bar-B-Que. Back in February, the legendary Syracuse-based barbecue restaurant announced its Brooklyn location would open
Jobs help wanted haagen dazs
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Looking for a summer job? Can’t beat the commute to these local spots. • American Apparel (314 Flatbush Avenue, 718-230-3705) is hiring for full- and part-time sales positions. Inquire in store with resume. • Brooklyn Crepe & Juice Bar (169 Fifth Avenue, 718-622-2849) is hiring a counterperson for mostly evening shifts. Food service experience is preferred but not
Jobs now hiring culture
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In need of employment? Know someone else who is? Some help wanted signs are cropping up in windows around the neighborhood. • Culture, 331 Fifth Avenue between 3rd & 4th Streets The frozen yogurt spot will start hiring part-time positions in March to get ready for the busy spring season. Contact Jenny or Sally at (718) 499-0207.
Jobs noella hiring
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Noella Brew Bar is looking for a new addition to their barista team. The cafe is looking for someone with open availability, full or part time, with barista experience. Stop by with a resume, or call to speak with Flannery or Samantha at (718) 636-0424. Noella Brew Bar is located at 72 Seventh Avenue between Lincoln &
Jobs Sandy Clean Up
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Governor Cuomo announced that New York State has been given $27.7 million in National Emergency Grant (NEG) funds, which will be used to hire workers for Hurricane Sandy clean-up. The New York State Department of Labor has released a fact sheet on the funds and their allocation (available here), and it looks to be a
Business Runner & Stone, via Facebook
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Runner & Stone, the new bakery and restaurant coming to 285 3rd Avenue in Gowanus, is getting closer to opening, and they are currently hiring “bartenders (pm shifts), servers (pm shifts), barista/counter (am shifts), dishwashers/prep cooks (both am/pm shifts).” If you’re interested, you should send your resume and a cover letter to info@runnerandstone.com.
Business Runner & Stone, via Facebook
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Runner & Stone, the new bakery and restaurant coming to 285 3rd Avenue in Gowanus, is getting closer to opening, and they are currently hiring “bartenders (pm shifts), servers (pm shifts), barista/counter (am shifts), dishwashers/prep cooks (both am/pm shifts).” If you’re interested, you should send your resume and a cover letter to info@runnerandstone.com.
Jobs Barclays Center, via Facebook
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The Barclays Center is currently recruiting candidates for approximately 50 positions to work on their overnight conversion crew team. According to Barclays, if you’re a resident of one of Brooklyn’s NYCHA housing developments or Brooklyn Community Boards 2, 3, 6 or 8, you’ll be the first in line for consideration during this recruitment process. Required