Internship: Expansion Intern

Citi Bike is seeking an outgoing and organized intern to assist with community outreach for expansion as we grow the system into the 2017 expansion neighborhoods – Harlem, Astoria, Crown Heights, and Prospect Heights.

Duration of Internship: June 2017 – November 2017
Key Aspects of Position:

  • Work with the Education and Outreach Manager to identify business and property owners adjacent to planned Citi Bike stations
  • Conduct door-to-door notifications to every business and property owner directly adjacent to a Citi Bike station
  • Maintain a database to track progress of notifications
  • Report back on feedback from notifications
  • Accompany Deployment team when stations are being installed
  • Field questions and provide customer service to assist Deployment team
  • Other duties as assigned.

Required Skills and Experience:

  • High school diploma or equivalency required
  • Outgoing go-getter who has the ability to relate to others and is not afraid to engage with members of the community
  • Excellent communication skills
  • Highly responsible, well-organized individual
  • Ability to take direction and to learn basic facts about the Citi Bike system
  • Tech savvy, ability to learn smartsheets, the NYC zoning and land use map, and other computer programs
  • Has a smartphone and the ability to add and utilize new applications
  • Comfortable with frequent or prolonged standing or bicycling
  • Willingness to work outdoors and in all weather conditions
  • Must be 18 years of age or older

Preferred Skills and Experience:

  •    Working knowledge of Spanish, Cantonese, Greek, Arabic a plus
  • Working knowledge of NYC neighborhoods

APPLY HERE

Library Services for Job Seekers

Use Brooklyn Public Library’s resources to help you reach your career goals! BPL offers Resume and Career help. Walk in for a one-on-one meeting with a librarian who can advise you on how to improve your resume, career path, and interviewing skills. Click here for more information about select branches that offer this service.

BPL also offers online tools in the form of multiple learning platforms that allow you to gain essential workplace knowledge and skills. Refer to BPL’s Articles and Databases page. They also offer reference services, books and materials, workshops to develop critical skills for the modern workplace like Interviewing Basics, Resume Writing Basics, LinkedIn Basics, and more. Don’t forget public computer access!

For more information on any of the services offered, call 718-623-7000 or click here.

Brooklyn Jobs Corps Academy

Brooklyn Jobs Corps Academy is a non-residential training program operated by RedCare and funded by the Dept. of Labor. The Brooklyn Job Corps Academy offers career-readiness preparation, employment training, and hands on experience. Programs offered include security officer, culinary arts, A+ certification, network plus, certified nursing assistance, home health aide, certified medical assistant. All programs with the exception of culinary arts and security officer require a high school diploma or GED before entrance into the program. You must be able to attend classes from 8 AM to 4:40 PM Monday through Friday. To be eligible, you must have no felonies or criminal court cases.

You must be 18-24 years old to participate. No student loans are required. Free metro cards are offered daily, there is a biweekly cash allowance, $1000 for completing training, job placement after training, small group tutoring, free industry specific uniforms, free breakfast and lunch.

Enrollment will be held once a month at 8 AM. For details on the next enrollment, call 718-623-4005. Brooklyn Job Corps Academy is located at 585 DeKalb Avenue, Brooklyn. For information about any of the programs or to apply, call Ms. Shavon Munchez, Outreach Admissions Coordinator at 718-623-4059 or email munches.shavon@jobcorps.org.

4/25 Deadline: DOE School Computer Technology Specialist

WHAT THE JOB INVOLVES: DOE – School Computer Technology Specialist perform work related to the instructional and administrative information systems located within a school in the areas of computer maintenance and repair, mainframe, server and/or mini computer operations, software and technical support, and training. School Computer Technology Specialists (DOE) may drive a motor vehicle. All School Computer
Technology Specialists (DOE) perform related work.

 

4/11 Event: Second Chance Job Fair

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4/11 Event: Second Chance Job Fair

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