Info Session for Essex Crossing Retail Job Opportunities

Posted on: November 14th, 2017 at 9:46 am by

Essex Crossing Phase II, Photo: Moso Studio

The big box stores are making their way to the Lower East Side.

Tomorrow, Delancey Street Associates and HireNYC are holding an information session for the community about retail employment opportunities that will come alongside a completed Essex Crossing.

The overview will include enterprises such as Target, Trader Joe’s, Splitsville Lanes, Regal Cinema, and NYU Langone. While applications won’t be distributed at this particular meeting, those interested will be able to learn about the HireNYC application process, as well as the anticipated timeframe for landing a job.

Find out more tomorrow from 6:30pm – 8pm at the Seward Park High School Auditorium (350 Grand Street). Those who can’t make it can sign up for updates here.

 

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