Through HireNYC, Mayor Bill de Blasio is delivering on his commitment to leverage the City’s purchasing power and investments in construction and real estate to create jobs and training opportunities for New Yorkers. HireNYC will provide free, high-quality recruitment services to vendors and businesses filling open positions through City contracts and development projects, and also help New Yorkers better access these jobs. Through this public/private partnership, the city’s workforce will have access to thousands of potential job opportunities through the City’s HireNYC pipeline.
- HireNYC: Goods and Services – Qualifying vendors are required to enroll with a HireNYC portal and interview qualified candidates who meet the requirements of the entry and mid-level positions associated with the contract. Solicitations for goods and services contracts above $1 million contain new language requiring HireNYC obligations. This program is administered by Workforce1, a free employment serviced operated by the Department of Small Business Services.
For additional guidance on HireNYC: Goods and Services and contractor enrollment, click here.
- HireNYC: Human Services - Human service vendors are required to hire one Public Assistance recipient for every $250,000 received in City funds. This program is administered by Business Link, a free employment service operated by the Human Resource Administration.