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On-Site Recruitment: Home Health Aides on August 20


The New York State Department of Labor and Preferred Home Care of New York will present On-Site Recruitment for Home Health Aides.

Job Summary

Provide care for clients in the patient’s home.  Perform light household duties that ensure safety and independence.  Preferred Home Care has Full and Part Time positions including weekends, evenings and live-in assignments.

Job Requirements

Applicants must be caring individuals who are willing to work with a diversity of people.  There are no educational requirements, but applicants should be able to read and write English. "Bilingual-Spanish or Russian is a plus." No experience is necessary, but applicants must pass a reference/background check, physical exam and drug testing.


$9.50 per hour.   [Woman Getting Her Hair Styled, Nineteenth Century.], Digital ID 825040, New York Public Library


Full time and part time.

Job Location

Brooklyn, Queens, Bronx and Manhattan

On-Site Recruitment

Tuesday, August 20, 2013 from 10:00 am to 2:00 pm (appointment not required) at the New York State Department of Labor, 215 W 125th  Street, 6th Floor, New York, N.Y. 10027.

To Apply

Candidates must bring the following (all originals)

  • Photo ID
  • Social Security Card
  • 2 Business/Professional Reference (No reference from friends or family members)
  • Proof of Residence or Citizenship
  • For Certified HHA: Must bring Original HHA or PCA Certificate
  • For Certified HHA: Must bring full Physical (Rubella, Rubeola Titre, 2 PPDs (if negative), Chest X-Ray (if PPD is positive) and Drug Screen.
  • NOTE: Physical and drug screening MUST be within 3 months.


Bus M15, M60, M102 to 125th Street
#2, 3, 4, 5, 6, A, C or D train to 125th Street
Metro North train to 125th Street

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.

Equal Opportunity Employer Program

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