There is a reason the NYC Department of Sanitation is known as New York’s Strongest. To become a sanitation worker, you must pass a physical test. DCAS met up with NY1’s Roger Clark to see if he has what it takes.
DCAS leads the City of New York's efforts to reduce carbon emissions from government operations. In Episode 8 of the Inside Citywide Podcast, we discuss the work DCAS is doing to reduce emissions from City buildings and our partnership with the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers Local No. 3.
Mayor Eric Adams, the New York City Department of Sanitation (DSNY), and the NYC Department of Citywide Administrative Services (DCAS) announced the filing period for the next Sanitation Worker exam will run from June 8 to June 28 and encouraged all interested in the opportunity to register.
This episode highlights Jorgji Dhima, the operations manager in DCAS’s clean energy team who oversees solar panel installations on City buildings. These solar panel installations reduce greenhouse gas emissions, protecting the health of our planet for future generations.
Pick up a free FY23 DCAS Buildings Calendar in the CityStore. Limit one per person.
All CTACs are open at full capacity for civil service testing. Appointments are required for entry to the centers and can be made using the Online Application System (OASys). Face coverings are required upon entry.
The Official Directory of the City of New York lists contact information for government officials.
The City reimburses qualifying non-public schools for the cost of procuring security services.
Providing listeners with a behind-the-scenes look at New York City government