The New York City Housing Authority is continuously recruiting for qualified individuals to join us in fulfilling its mission of providing safe, affordable housing and facilitating access to social and community services for low-and moderate-income New Yorkers. From bricklayers to gardeners, lawyers to social workers, managers and skilled tradespersons of every description, NYCHA reflects a broad range of career opportunities.
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Through collective bargaining agreements, the City of New York and Municipal Unions have cooperated in choosing health plans and designing the benefits for the City's employees. Subject to the terms, conditions and limitations of applicable contracts and laws, NYCHA offers the following:
NYCHA's management professional development and the technical training programs cover a wide range of disciplines. The Professional Development area includes Management and Supervision, Professional Development for Supervisory and Non-Supervisory Staff, Clerical Skills Training, Computer Training, Training for School-Age Child Care Workers, and Public Housing Management Training. NYCHA also offers the following technical training in the area of building maintenance: Heating Plant Operation, Janitorial and Grounds, Building Maintenance, Safety and Health, as well as customized building maintenance training for public housing.
For nearly two decades, the New York City Housing Authority (NYCHA) has provided training to public and private sector agencies to enrich and bolster the skills of their managerial, technical and support personnel. NYCHA has a host of experienced trainers that provide a broad spectrum of training methodologies to ensure that your employees not only acquire the skills they need, but that they are also equipped to apply those skills back on the job. NYCHA's seminars, which are offered at affordable prices, rivals those offered by premier training agencies.
If you want to obtain more information about NYCHA's training and development programs, contact us at 212-306-3000 or write to us at:
New York City Housing Authority
Professional Development and Training
90 Church Street, 5th Floor
New York, NY 10007
NYCHA does not discriminate in employment on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, gender (includes sexual harassment, pregnancy, and gender identity), alienage or citizenship status, age, marital status, partnership status, disability, predisposing genetic characteristic, sexual orientation, military status, prior record of arrest or conviction, status as a victim of domestic violence, sexual assault, dating violence or stalking, and unemployment status. NYCHA is committed to maintaining a work environment free of unlawful harassment and retaliation.
The NYCHA Employee Reasonable Accommodation Coordinator can provide assistance to qualified job applicants and employees with disabilities who seek a reasonable accommodation by calling (212) 306-3996.
Job applicants and employees can report or file a complaint of discrimination by calling the Department of Equal Opportunity at 212-306-4468.