Wednesday, December 17, 2008

The Brooklyn Headhunter: Find a Job in Brooklyn

From time to time, McBrooklyn puts on its Headhunting gear and scouts out a handful of Brooklyn employment opportunities.

In light of the weak job outlook, we're also posting some part time work. (With the idea that something is better than nothing, or two part-time jobs = one full time job.)

- The Freelancers Union is seeking a Director of Communications. Dumbo. Craigslist

Examinetics, Inc. will train someone to work as an Occupational Health Specialist. Set up equipment, administer tests, drive the 26 ft. mobile unit. Paid on-the-job training. $37,500 - $45,900. Careerbuilder

- The Brooklyn Museum of Art is looking for a Capital Project Manager. Looks like some big project(s) are in the works! MetroNY Jobs

- Part time librarian wanted. Flexible hours at Downtown Brooklyn campus. MLS degree a plus -- will train. Craigslist

- Brooklyn Kindergarten Society with early childhood centers located in Bedford-Stuyvesant, East New York, and Crown Heights, is seeking a full-time experienced Controller. Careerbuilder

- Clerical positions, up to $18/ hr. Craigslist

Editorial Director wanted to manage the development of literacy and mathematics programs for pre-K - 8 marketplace. Careerbuilder

- Direct drivers into a parking garage (across from Brooklyn Hospital) by waiving a flag on the street. Monday - Friday 7:30 am - 9:30 am. $8.50/hr. That's $16 bucks before breakfast. Craigslist

- Experienced food workers are needed for a new Subway franchise at 56-01 Fifth Avenue, Brooklyn. Craigslist

Fruits and vegetables wholesaler with over $45 million in sales per year seeks an experienced Bookkeeper/Accountant. $40,000 - $50,000 Careerbuilder

- A high-end wig company needs a marketing and PR person. Craigslist

- The Brooklyn Botanic Garden is looking for a Director of Marketing. BBG

- AAHA animal hospital in Kensington is looking for a part-time receptionist. Craigslist

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