Category Archives: Open Discussion

Brake Monitor Switch Training Material

Deal Between NYCHA and Private Developers Provokes Questions

CM Ritchie Torres outside of a NYCHA building (photo: @RitchieTorres) A recently announced venture between the New York City Housing Authority (NYCHA), L+M Development Partners, and BFC Partners is expected to rehabilitate six especially dilapidated Section 8 housing developments. The

2nd Annual MEWA Family Picnic

ALL ELEVATOR PERSONNEL ARE INVITED Price: $50 a Family $25 an Individual Menu: Baby Back Ribs, Beef Brisket , BBQ Chicken, Pulled Pork, Wings Hamburgers , Hot Dogs, Chicken Fingers, Mac N Cheese , Garlic Mashed Potatoes, Baked Beans, Honey

Resume and Cover Letter Help

****Resume Help*** I contacted NYCHA Human Resources and it appears the only way to apply for this position and all positions from this point forward is thru the Paystub Website @ username is a 7 digit number located on

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Promotion to Supervisor of Elevator Mechanic (Provisional)

Click this link to apply   Minimum Qualification Requirements1. Six years of full-time satisfactory experience acquired within the last ten years as an elevator mechanic, including at least one year supervising personnel engaged in the maintenance and repair of

NYCHA Health Insurance Transfer Period Application

Click on this link for Health Benefits Transfer Info Health_Benefits_Information   Click on this link to Download Health Benefits Transfer Apllication Health_Benefits_Transfer_Application   Forms must be filled out ,signed and postmarked no later than November 30th, 2013 Call HR at

Elevator Family Picnic……Saturday August 17th, 2013 from 1pm-6pm…$60 per family/$25 per individual

Mayor Bloomberg and NYC Can Afford Fair Agreement For Their City Workers

Mayor Bloomberg claims that times are so tough, there isn’t enough money in the city budget to give city workers, including teachers, the retroactive pay raise they are owed. The truth is that — thanks in part to a strong

NYCHA Budget Cuts Could Lead To 500 Jobs Lost, Section 8 Rent Hikes

The federal sequester’s impact could soon be causing big headaches for New Yorkers who live in public housing.   During a City Council hearing today the New York City Housing Authority said its budget is losing $205 million in federal