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On-Site Recruitment: Home Health Aides October 8

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The New York State Department of Labor and New Partners, Inc. will present an On-Site Recruitment for Home Health Aides on Tuesday, October 8, 2013 from 10:00 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. at New York State Department of Labor, 138-60 Barclay Avenue, 2nd Floor, Flushing, N.Y. 11355.

Position(s):

HOME HEALTH AIDES

JOB SUMMARY

Assist clients with their daily needs in their homes; meal preparation; feeding; grooming; ambulation; sanitary needs.

JOB REQUIREMENTS

Be able to communicate in and understand English; take an employment exam,

background check, and drug screening. Must be certified as a Home Health Aide, or be trained.

HOURS: Not specified, flexible

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WAGES: $9.50 per hour, with health insurance.

BENEFITS: Local 1199 union benefits immediately.

LOCATION: Throughout New York City

TO APPLY:

Appointment is not required. MUST bring identification. Bring HHA certificate if you are

already certified. For further information, you may call: (718) 661-5000; (718) 321-6364.

DIRECTIONS

Take the #7 train to the last stop in Queens, Main Street (ride in the front); take the

escalator up to street; walk to the corner of Union Street and make a right; walk two blocks to Barclay Avenue.

Equal Employment Opportunity

Auxiliary aids and services are available upon request to individuals with disabilities.

You can learn more about the occupation of Home Health Aides from the Occupational Outlook Handbook 2013.

This occupation is listed as one of the fastest growing occupations and one of the occupations with the largest job growth in the Employment Projects of U.S. Department of Labor 2013.

For more information on education and employment, please visit Job Search Central at 188 Madison Avenue and 34th Street.

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