NYCHA is Hiring! Checkout The Job Fair Listings With 226 Positions Available in Brooklyn Manhattan Bronx

Posted By NYC Newswire
NYCHA’s Healthy Homes Department is seeking to hire residents for seasonal (6-month minimum) job opportunities. Priority given to authorized NYCHA residents (18+).
Job Fair Details: 
Brooklyn
Thursday, March 19
1:00 PM-4:30 PM
REES Offices
787 Atlantic Avenue, Brooklyn, NY 11238
Manhattan
Tuesday, March 24
10:00 AM-2:00 PM
Seward Park Community Center
56 Essex Street, New York, NY 10002
Bronx
Thursday, March 26
10:00 AM-1:30 PM
BronxWorks Betances Community Center
547 E 146th Street, Bronx, NY 10455
RSVP for the Job Fair by calling the REES Hotline at (718) 289-8100 or online at: https://selfserve.nycha.info/
  • Login or Register
  • Click “View Details”
  • Click “Opportunity Connect” on the left navigation
  • Click “Upcoming Events”
  • Select “Healthy Homes Hiring Event 2020
  • Click “View Details”
  • Click “RSVP”
Bring an updated resume and copies of all relevant certifications. All applicants who are given a conditional offer of employment will be subject to pre-employment controlled substance screening and a criminal background check.
Job Position Details: 

Community Service Aide: NYCHA has established the Healthy Homes Unit (HHU), which reports directly to the General Manager (or COO) and performs work on the operational side of environmental hazard compliance.  Within the HHU, the Lead Hazard Control Department, (LHCD) works to visually assess paint conditions annually at all NYCHA developments and conducts lead dust wipe clearance at all NYCHA developments.

Incumbents will utilize handheld devices for entry of data into the Maximo work ticketing system and also perform other duties as needed, including but not limited to the following:

These are temporary positions for a duration of 6 months with possible extension for additional duration.

• Perform visual assessments of paint conditions in apartments.
• Perform lead dust wipe clearance in apartments.
• Distribute notices for work conducted.
• Keep records of visual assessments and dust wipe clearance documentation.
• Communicate with residents to obtain apartment access.
• Complete simple reports on activities performed.
• Travel within the five boroughs to perform assigned tasks.

Starting salary: $29,360.
200 positions available.
__________

Resident Communications Associate: The Healthy Home Unit, reporting to the Vice President for Healthy Homes, oversees operationalizing environmental hazard compliance efforts.  The Office of Mold Assessment and Remediation (OMAR) is responsible for overseeing performance management, performing quality assurance and providing technical assistance to support Public Housing Operations for mold remediation at NYCHA. OMAR also oversees 3rd party mold assessor, remediator and ventilation contracts.

Under the direct supervision of the Senior Administrator, Program and Field Managers in the Mold Response Unit, the position will be responsible for coordinating mold and leak response to the Revised Baez Consent Decree partners such as the Ombudsperson Call Center (OCC), NYCHA Residents, NYCHA Operations, but are not limited to the following:

  • Under the supervision of Senior Administrator, Program and Field Managers, use communication tools such as phone and Maximo Asset Management system to coordinate completion of mold and leak work order tickets, while communicating effectively and coordinating schedules with residents, property management skilled trades and OCC;
  • Log transpired communications into record-keeping systems;
  • Evaluate and adjust programs for quality, effectiveness to meet the resident and Authority needs;
  • Perform other clerical support duties as assigned, including general recordkeeping;
  • Perform other related duties.
Starting salary: $38,333.
26 positions available.

Content Distributed by: NYC Newswire

One thought on “NYCHA is Hiring! Checkout The Job Fair Listings With 226 Positions Available in Brooklyn Manhattan Bronx

  1. Jackie Monroe Reply

    Good evening to whom it may concern I was a food monitor for nycha and for dycd at the community center had 20 sites in Brooklyn

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.

EastNewYork.com is the digital media source for East New York. Be sure to subscribe to our Newsletter, and contact us if you have questions or want to be involved.

X
X