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NYC_Small_Business_ServicesWorkforce1 Career Centers by the Small Business Services Office
 
Register to attend a recruitment event, connect to training opportunities, or participate in interview preparation workshops and services. Services are no-cost and do not require in-person visits.
 
Please contact a Workforce1 Career Center to complete the registration process:
-Submit official proof of your identification
-Attend an Introduction to Services session
-Meet with one of our staff members to review your work experience, available jobs, and next steps.
 
Also, find job postings by the city scrolling down this page.


 
program-nyc-darkblueFind a Job in NYC government
 
Visit the Official Website of the City of New York, create an account, and find job postings in the NYC government.
 


NYC Health Job Search

 
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The NYC Department of Health and Mental Hygiene has openings. Click here to find them and apply.
 


FDNYC Job Openings

 
fdnyc-logoFDNY Recruitment Unit
(718) 999-3369
Recruitment@fdny.nyc.gov
Open Monday to Friday, 9:00 am. to 5:00 pm. Closed on public holidays

 
Find the latest job postings in the New York City Fire Department.
 
The New York City Fire Department is an equal opportunity employer committed to full compliance with federal, state, and local laws prohibiting employment discrimination.
 
Employment decisions in City government will be made on the basis of merit, fitness, and equality of opportunity and without unlawful discrimination on the basis of Age, Marital Status, Alienage/Citizenship Status, Military Status, Color, National Origin, Creed, Partnership Status, Disability, Prior Record of Arrest or Conviction, Gender, Race, Gender Identity, Religion, Genetic Predisposition, Sexual Orientation, Victim of Domestic Violence, Sex Offense or Stalking.
 

Encuentra las últimas ofertas de trabajo en el Departamento de Bomberos de la ciudad de Nueva York. Contacta al centro de contratación llamando al (718) 999-3369 de lunes a viernes desde las 9 am hasta las 5pm o envía un mensaje al Recruitment@fdny.nyc.gov.
 
El Departamento de Bomberos de la Ciudad de Nueva York es un empleador que ofrece igualdad de oportunidades y está comprometido con el pleno cumplimiento de las leyes federales, estatales y locales que prohíben la discriminación laboral.
 
Las decisiones de empleo en el gobierno de la ciudad se tomarán sobre la base del mérito, la aptitud y la igualdad de oportunidades y sin discriminación ilegal por motivos de edad, estado civil, condición de extranjero / ciudadanía, estado militar, color, origen nacional, credo, estado de sociedad , Discapacidad, antecedentes de arresto o condena, género, raza, identidad de género, religión, predisposición genética, orientación sexual, víctima de violencia doméstica, delito sexual o acoso

 


PAL Employment

 
pal_logo-removebg-previewEmployment opportunities at the Police Athletic League, Inc
Locations
800-PAL-4KIDS (800-725-4543)
 
The Police Athletic League is seeking people who are talented, creative, and passionate to help create a more inclusive city and better futures for our youth. You will use your skills and experience to earn opportunities to grow and develop and do it all in a culture that values collaboration, initiative, and results.
 
Click here to find and apply for employment opportunities
 


Virtual Workforce1 Career Center System

 
Virtual Workforce1 Career Center System
 
Workforce1 helps New Yorkers prepare for and connect to jobs across New York City’s five boroughs and in several sectors of the economy.
 
Services
By applying to the Virtual Workforce1 Career Center system, you will be connected via web or phone to one-on-one help from professionals who can assist you in:
–Identifying jobs that are a fit for your experience and skills
–Preparing for interviews
–Accessing free training
 
Eligibility
All New Yorkers.
 
Apply
Visit their website and select your borough. Fill out and submit the online form that pops up. Within a day or two a team member will connect with you. All services are no-cost and do not require in-person visits.
 
Industrial and Transportation Career Center
If you are particularly interested in industrial or transportation jobs, connect with the Workforce1 Industrial and Transportation Career Center.
 
The Workforce1 Industrial and Transportation Career Center has industry experts that can help match you to training and employment opportunities in the following industries:
–Construction
–Manufacturing
–Transportation & Warehousing
–Wholesale Trade


Career Discovery NYC

 
Career Discovery NYC
 
Discovery NYC is a website where New Yorkers can explore careers in demand, learn about the skills required for those, determine a career of interest, and apply for training programs.
 
Get started and
–Explore careers in technology, healthcare, industrial and construction, and media & entertainment.
–Take introductory courses to help you decide if a specific career is a good fit for you.
–Spend more time practicing what you’ve learned to gain comfort and familiarity with those skills.
–Apply to training programs that can lead you to a new career.
 
To identify job offers and prepare for interviews, visit the Virtual Workforce Career Center website. Select your borough and visit the website’s online form. A member of the Workforce team will connect with you and provide support services.
 
For resources about free or low-cost WiFi, access this link.
Career Discovery is part of the NYC Department of Small Business Services.
 


First Step Job Training Program for Homeless or Low-income Women

 
coalition-homeless-logoFirst Step Job Training Program by the Coalition of the Homeless
(212) 776-2074
 
 
The Coalition’s First Step Job Training Program was launched in 1991 to give homeless and low-income women the training, social support, education, and work experience they need to overcome those obstacles, empowering them to build a better life for themselves and their families.
 
First Step offers six 14-week classes serving roughly 200 women per year. Their innovative curriculum includes over 100 hours of computer instruction, along with literacy workshops, communication, and interpersonal skills development, and other hands-on activities that give students a thorough and practical understanding of the job market and workplace.
 
First Step also places students in internships with major corporations or non-profit organizations and offers ongoing mentoring by experienced professionals.
 
For questions about the First Step or if you would like to sign up for an Informational Session, please call (212) 776-2074.
 


Nontraditional Employment for Women

 
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Nontraditional Employment for Women
243 W 20th St, New York, NY 10011
(646) 291-2375
aeraifej@new-nyc.org
 
 
Nontraditional Employment for Women (NEW) prepares, trains, and places women in careers in the skilled construction, utility, and maintenance trades, helping women achieve economic independence and a secure future for themselves and their families. At the same time, NEW provides a pipeline of qualified workers to the industries that build, move, power, green, and maintain New York.
 
NEW’s core programming is offered on both day and evening schedules.
 
NEW Programs are Blue Collar Prep, New at Night, and Boot Camp.Find their curriculum here.
 
To be eligible to NEW’s training program you must be 18 year old or older, be eligible to work in the United States, have a high school diploma or equivalency, and be interested in a hands-on training to enter a career in the construction field.

 

Empleos No Tradicionales para Mujeres (NEW por sus siglas en inglés) prepara, entrena y ubica a mujeres en oficios de construcción y mantenimiento del sector de servicios públicos. NEW ayuda a mujeres a alcanzar independencia económica y un futuro seguro para ellas y sus familias. Los entrenamientos ocurren en horarios diurnos y nocturnos.
 
Para calificar a los programas de NEW: debes tener 18 años o más, contar con un permiso para trabajar en los Estados Unidos, tener un diploma de secundaria o un equivalente, y estar interesada en uno de los programas con prácticas para ejercer en el campo de construcción. Previamente a la matrícula deberás atender a una sesión informativa. Encuentra horarios y sitio de registro aquí.

 
 


Workforce Connect by the NYC Department of Youth & Community Development (DYCD)

 
internship_vectorWorforce Connect
(800) 246-4646
(646) 343-6800

 

Because of the COVID-19 outbreak, some programs are limiting services or offering them over the phone. For the most up-to-date information, please contact programs directly using the DYCD website. Read about the COVID-19 policies for the internship programs here. To learn more about support for COVID-19 impacts, visit the Coronavirus Updates page by the NYC Council

 

Debido al brote del COVID-19, algunos programas están limitando servicios o los estas ofreciendo por teléfono. Para información actualizada, contacta los programas directamente visitando la página DYCD. Para aprender más acerca de los programas de apoyo para COVID-19, visita la página de “Coronavirus Updates” por el ayuntamiento de la ciudad de Nueva York

 
 
PRECOVID-19 INFORMATION
 
Internships are a great way to apply knowledge from the classroom to the real world. They help students explore different career paths, build skills, gain workforce experience, and professionalism.
 
The Department of Youth and Community Development (DYCD) offers exciting employment opportunities for young people between 14 and 24.
 
Visit the DYCD Discover website and check the programs’ enrollment dates, requirements, and additional information.
 
Check off “Afterschool Programs” and click on the “Search” button. In the new page type “Workforce Connect” into the keyword search box. Then filter programs by zip code or neighborhood. Click on Search.
 
Also, find a summary of programs by age, skill, and location here.
 

Los internados son una gran manera de aplicar los conocimientos del salón de clase a la vida real. Los internados ayudan a estudiantes a explorar diferentes trayectorias profesionales, adquirir habilidades y ganar profesionalismo para ejercer en el mundo laboral.
 
Visita la página Discover DYCD para encontrar programas. Revisa las fechas de inscripción, requisitos, e información adicional.
 
Una vez en la página DYCD, ubica en la parte superior “Translate”, haz clic en “Translate” y selecciona “Spanish”. Después, ubica en el panel derecho “Programas para después de la escuela” y haz clic sobre el botón. En la nueva página, en la caja de búsqueda ingresa “Workforce Connect”. Filtra los programas por código postal de residencia y/o vecindario. Finalmente, haz clic en “Buscar” para obtener resultados.
 

 


 

NYPL Connections – the Job Search

 


e-bookNew York Public Library Connections – Ebook

Offers information about different organizations available to those looking for work. The focus of this resource is on opportunities for formerly incarcerated people, but there are also programs for everyone. Programs include job training, job placement, internships, career development, and more. The chapter “The Job Search” begins on page 262 of the pdf attached below.

 

El libro Conexiones de la biblioteca pública de Nueva York ofrece información acerca de diferentes organizaciones disponibles para las personas buscando empleo. El enfoque de este recurso es de oportunidades para personas que estuvieron encarceladas pero también hay programas para todos.
 
Los programas incluyen capacitación y ubicación laboral, internados, desarrollo profesional, y más. El capítulo “The Job Search” (Búsqueda de Trabajo) inicia en la página 262 del libro en pdf.

 


Programs and Schools by Borough

 
kisspng-higher-education-jenzabar-university-continuing-ed-chin-training-institutions-5ad919db093701.1040108515241773710378Learn about classes on basic literacy and numeracy, English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL), high school diploma equivalency, enrichment and college, and career readiness from low cost to no cost in all of the 5 boroughs.
 
Adult Education handout.
Spanish Adult Education handout.
 

Encuentra una lista de clases disponibles acerca de lectura básica en inglés, matemáticas, clases de inglés, equivalencia de diploma de secundaria, enriquecimiento educativo, y preparación para la universidad en los 5 condados aquí.

 


Unemployment Insurance

 
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Unemployment Insurance by the New York State Department of Labor
Pandemic Unemployment Insurance by the New York State Department of Labor
 

COVID-19 UPDATE: The Pandemic Unemployment Assistance (PUA) is a federal program that was included in the Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security (CARES) Act. The program provides support for Americans who are unable to work due to the Coronavirus pandemic, but do not qualify for traditional Unemployment Insurance (UI).
 
Through the CARES Act, if you qualify for PUA, you will also be eligible to receive:
-Up to 39 weeks of PUA benefits.
-An additional $600/week until 7/31/2020.
 
The best way to apply is online. DOL (Department of Labor) has a streamlined application that allows you to apply for either traditional UI or PUA, depending on their eligibility. You do not have to complete a separate application for PUA.
 
There will not be a 7-day waiting period for people who are out of work due to coronavirus (COVID-19) closure or quarantines.

 

ANUNCIO COVID-19: La Asistencia de Desempleo durante la Pandemia (PUA por sus siglas en inglés) es un programa federal incluido en el acta Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security (CARES) Act. El programa brinda apoyo para americanos que no pueden trabajar debido a la pandemia pero que no califican para el Seguro de Desempleo tradicional (UI por sus siglas en inglés).
 
A través del CARES Act, si califica para PUA, también es elegible para recibir:
-Beneficio PUA hasta por 39 semanas
-$600 dólares a la semana hasta Julio 31 de 2020.
 
La major manera de aplicar es en línea. El Departmento de Trabajo ha facilitado un proceso de aplicación que te permite aplicar para UNO de los dos beneficios, ya sea el Seguro de Desempleo tradicional o el PUA, dependiendo de tu elegibilidad. No hay necesidad de completar una aplicación adicional para el PUA si califica para el Seguro de Desempleo Tradicional.
 
No habrá un periodo de espera de 7 días para las personas que no tienen empleo debido a los cierres o cuarentenas por coronavirus (COVID-19).

 


The unemployment benefit available is for workers that have lost their jobs at no fault of their own and are ready, willing, and actively looking for work. File a New Unemployment Insurance and claim your benefits at the Department of Labor website.
 

El beneficio de Seguro de Desempleo es un servicio para trabajadores que han perdido su empleo sin culpa alguna y están activamente buscando empleo. Aplica y obtén beneficios en la página del Departamento de Trabajo del Estado de Nueva York

 
Updated on August 2, 2020.


 

Temporary Disability Benefits for Workers (short-term disability)

 
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(877) 632-4996
 
According to the NYS Workers’ Compensation Board. Disability benefits are temporary cash benefits paid to an eligible wage earner when he/she is disabled by an off-the-job injury or illness. Pregnancy is covered under short-term disability. The benefit is paid by your employer’s disability insurance. This type of insurance is mandatory for most employers in New York State. Find out if your employer is covered.
 
Eligibility
In order to be eligible for short-term disability benefits, you must have become injured or ill while not at work but must be employed, or recently employed, at the time of illness or injury. Benefit rights begin on the eighth consecutive day of disability and last for a maximum of 26 weeks of disability during 52 consecutive weeks (Benefit checks are processed every two weeks). For employed workers, there is a 7-day waiting period for which no benefits are paid.
 
Cash Benefit
The amount of cash to be received via check equals 50% of the worker’s weekly wage and no more than $170 per week. Benefit checks are processed every two weeks up to 26 consecutive times (52 weeks will be covered in total).
 
When and How to Make a Claim
You must file your claim within 30 days of becoming disabled. Complete the Workers Compensation Board’s form Employee Claim (C-3) as soon as possible to ensure your benefits are not delayed or interrupted. You must also notify your employer in writing of when, where, and how you were injured or became ill. Find more information here.
 
Frequently Asked Questions
Definitions are important to know. Check this website with answers to FAQs. The New York State Workers’ Compensation Board can be contacted regarding short-term disability insurance for employees at (877) 632-4996.
 
Other Disability Benefits
For long-term disabilities (a year disability), two federal programs exist. The Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) and Supplemental Security Income (SSI). The Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) is a Federal disability income program for adults who have worked and now find themselves unable to work due to a disability. The Supplemental Security Income (SSI) is a Federal program for adults and children who meet the definition of disabled and have limited income and resources. The SSI is designed to help aged, blind, and severely disabled people, who have little or no income; and it provides cash to meet basic needs for food, clothing, and shelter. The benefits are paid by the state.
 

Según la Junta de Compensación para Trabajadores del Estado de Nueva York, los Beneficios por Discapacidad son beneficios temporales en efectivo pagados a una persona asalariada que se encuentra discapacitada por una lesión o enfermedad que ocurrió fuera del trabajo. El embarazo cuenta también una discapacidad de corto plazo. El beneficio es pagado por seguro de discapacidad de los empleadores. Este tipo de seguro es obligatorio para la mayoría de los empleadores en el estado de Nueva York. Descubre si tu empleador está cubierto por esta obligatoriedad.
 
Elegibilidad
Para ser elegible para los beneficios por discapacidad a corto plazo, debes haberte lesionado o enfermardo mientras no estuvieras en el trabajo, pero debes estar empleado o haber sido empleado recientemente en el momento de la enfermedad o lesión. Los derechos a los beneficios comienzan en el octavo día consecutivo de discapacidad y duran un máximo de 26 semanas de discapacidad durante 52 semanas consecutivas (los cheques de beneficios se procesan cada dos semanas). Para los trabajadores empleados, existe un período de espera de 7 días durante el cual no se pagan beneficios.
 
Beneficio en efectivo
La cantidad de efectivo que se recibirá mediante cheque equivale al 50% del salario semanal del trabajador y no más de $ 170 por semana. Los cheques de beneficios se procesan cada dos semanas hasta 26 veces consecutivas (se cubrirán 52 semanas en total).
 
Cuándo y Cómo presentar una Reclamación
Debe presentar su reclamación dentro de los 30 días posteriores a la discapacidad. Complete el formulario de la Junta de Compensación para TrabajadoresReclamación del empleado (C-3) tan pronto como sea posible para garantizar que sus beneficios no se retrasen ni se interrumpan. También debe notificar a su empleador por escrito cuándo, dónde y cómo se lesionó o enfermó. Encuentre más información aquí.
 
Preguntas Frecuentes
Es importante conocer las definiciones. Consulte este sitio web con respuestas a preguntas frecuentes. Se puede contactar a la Junta de Compensación para Trabajadores del Estado de Nueva York con respecto al seguro por discapacidad a corto plazo para empleados al (877) 632-4996.
 
Otros Beneficios por Discapacidad
Para discapacidades a largo plazo (discapacidad de un año), existen dos programas federales. El Seguro de Discapacidad del Seguro Social (SSDI) y la Seguridad de Ingreso Suplementario (SSI). El Seguro de Discapacidad del Seguro Social (SSDI) es un programa federal de ingresos por discapacidad para adultos que han trabajado y ahora no pueden trabajar debido a una discapacidad. La Seguridad de Ingreso Suplementario (SSI) es un programa federal para adultos y niños que cumplen con la definición de discapacitados y tienen ingresos y recursos limitados. El SSI está diseñado para ayudar a las personas ancianas, ciegas y con discapacidades graves, que tienen pocos o ningún ingreso; y proporciona dinero en efectivo para satisfacer las necesidades básicas de alimentos, ropa y vivienda. Los beneficios los paga el estado.

 



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