Monday, February 9, 2009

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.

It's getting a little tougher out there (there are no openings at IKEA or Trader Joe's, for example), but there are still some decent jobs around. Here's the latest batch, and good luck:

- Lucky Brand Jeans is looking for some part time supervisors. Geebo

- Pratt needs a Dean for its School of Art and Design.
NY Times

- Fort Hamilton is looking to hire a meat cutter. Pays $21 - $24/ hr. Federal Government Jobs

- A paralegal is needed in Boerum Hill. Will train the right person. Craigslist

- The Freelancers Union is STILL looking for a Director of Communications in Dumbo. Craigslist

- Costco needs a Demonstration Supervisor. Craigslist

- Best Buy's Geek Squad needs another geek to perform advanced computer/ electronics repairs. Travel via the Geekmobile. Best Buy

- The Gap at Kings Plaza needs a "brand experience manager." Job Circle

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

- Part time dog walkers are wanted in Fort Greene, Williamsburg and Clinton Hill. Craigslist

- Remember when Long Island College Hospital (LICH) was going to shut down its Obstetrics department? Now they're looking for some new baby doctors. NY Times

- Sovereign Bank needs "sales-driven, customer service-oriented" individuals. Career Builder They also need a mortgage development officer. Here

- Brooklyn's Home Depot needs a co-manager. NY Times

- An executive assistant is needed for a major medical school in Brooklyn. Career Builder

- Housing Works also needs an executive assistant. NY Times

- The Brooklyn Bureau of Community Service is looking for an after school site manager. Idealist

- An experienced eBay seller is wanted for an electronics auction website. Craigslist

- A visual display manufacturer in Downtown Brooklyn needs a Director of Customer Service. Craigslist

- The Brooklyn Historical Society seeks a Director of Development. Brooklyn History

- Chase is looking for several financial advisor associates in branches all over Brooklyn. NY Times

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3 comments:

Richard said...

Rite-Aid on Smith and Wyckoff Streets is looking for customers.

Applebee's new restaurant at the Junction is looking for diners.

Kohl's in Bensonhurst needs people to spend money in their store.

The Starbucks on Brighton Beach Avenue wants workers who will buy lattes and pastries.

The Washington Mutual branch on Manhattan Avenue in Greenpoint is closing today, seventeen weeks after it opened.

People all over Brooklyn are seeking unemployment compensation.

TK Smith said...

There are also jobs available with the US Census for Census 2010 - they pay well $14-21 an hour - people need to contact the regional office to schedule an exam - the work is temporary, but could last for weeks or months or even longer. Here's the place to contact: U.S. Census Bureau - New York Regional Office
395 Hudson Street, Suite 800, New York, NY, 10014
(212) 584-3400 or 1-800-991-2520
E-mail: new.york.regional.office@census.gov
Or call the national census job line at
1-866-861-2010

Monique said...

with a jobless claim jum last week to the highest level since 25 year. i think people will littel bit hard to find a btter than present job