Someone wants you to find a job. We know that sounds kind of unbelievable, especially if you’ve already spent your whole morning scrolling through pages and pages of Craigslist ads waiting for someone to finally email you back about that bartending job that you’re not actually qualified for. But it’s true. Good Help, brought to you by the Brooklyn Chamber of Commerce, has been hooking up the unemployed with Brooklyn-based businesses since March of last year, and so far it’s been going pretty well. You can find a whole bunch of stuff here, whether you’re an electro-mechanic or a TA or a CHEF THAT LOVES TO COOK BRUNCH! But those aren’t the only jobs out there.
Callen-Lorde, a Manhattan health care provider for LGBT people and people living with HIV/AIDS, is looking to hire a Prevention and Outreach Provider with a BA/BS in health care/social services. And they’re offering benefits!
Speaking of all that, the Staten Island LGBT Community Center is seeking a social worker for their HIV prevention program. You need a master’s degree in social work, though public health and related fields may be considered. All interested should send cover letters and resumés to Pamela.Abrams (at) chasiny.org.
Those who can read good may want to consider being a part-time proofreader for Macy’s.
Clinton Hill’s Paper Doll Boutique and Beauty Bar is looking for an eyelash technician who knows how to apply to apply individual, cluster and mink lash extensions. Anyone who actually knows how to do this should probably share their gift and also get paid.