Training and Placement
Restoration's Center for Personal Financial Health: Driving Career Mobility and Advancement for Brooklyn's Community
Restoration’s Training and Placement team strives to serve Brooklyn’s residents, meeting people where they are, to partner with them in creating their own pathways and contributing to a more vibrant and enlightened community. Through a relational lens, we are committed to enhancing career mobility through education and facilitating meaningful professional connections. Our ultimate goal is to increase the percentage of Brooklyn residents pursuing advanced education and training and securing career track work opportunities.
Partner With Us
Let us help you connect with the hidden potential and strengths you need to build strong teams and solid businesses. Please fill out the below form to submit a job order request. After submission, one of our Placement Specialists will contact you to discuss further details.
Restoration provides services that lead to gainful employment, as well as the educational and training support to prepare you to succeed on the job and advance along a career path. Check out the tabs to learn more about:
Employment Services to help you land the job that meets your needs and interests
Education and Training to equip you with the skills and confidence for the job
Invest in Your Community
Restoration’s Employment Services team is committed to helping clients and employer partners grow professionally and build teams effectively. We aim to create a transformative experience for clients and employer partners to facilitate overall community and economic empowerment. Our specialists will walk you through and set in place the microsteps needed to support your career goals and hone in on the right qualities in people to optimize company success. Always striving to make a difference, we invite you to learn more about how our services can be leveraged to help you.
EDUCATION AND TRAINING
Invest in Yourself
Restoration’s Education and Training team is dedicated to ensuring your professional development is fully supported. Whether you are looking to grow in your current role or pivot into a new role, learn a new skill set, or explore a different career, we provide a suite of workshops and one-to-one, basic or advanced counseling sessions to meet your needs. You may just want to elevate your professional profile in-person or online, and we provide specialized offerings to help you stay on top of the latest market trends and skill sets - technical and "power" skills - required to get you to the next level in your career.
While our services are open to the public, we also have special initiatives for select public housing developments and Section 8 housing and youth between the ages of 18-24.
The Jobs Plus program provides integrated employment services and community supports to public housing residents in order to improve their chances of securing and maintaining gainful employment. Since 2013, the US Department of Housing and Urban Development, NYC Housing Authority, NYC Human Resources Administration, and Restoration’s Economic Solutions Center has partnered to address barriers associated with high unemployment in inner-city public housing developments.
- Education and Sector-based training
- Child Support counseling
- Social Service referrals
- Financial Counseling
- Mental Health referrals and services
Restoration Economic Solutions Center North
Map - 630 Flushing Avenue, 2nd Floor, Brooklyn, NY 11206 (entrance on Tompkins Avenue through parking lot)
Lafayette, Louis Armstrong, and Marcy housing complexes
Restoration Economic Solutions Center East
Map - 425 New Lots Avenue, Brooklyn, NY 11207
Economic Solutions Center East
Map - 425 New Lots Avenue, Brooklyn, NY 11207
The PACT (Permanent Affordability Commitment Together) Brooklyn Bundle project is led by Brooklyn Housing Preservation Experience, a joint venture between The Arker Companies, Omni New York LLC, Dabar Development Partners, and Bedford Stuyvesant Restoration Corporation. Together, they oversee the development, management, and social services for nine developments:
Berry Street-South 9th Street
Marcy Avenue-Greene Avenue Site A
Marcy Avenue-Greene Avenue Site B
572 Warren Street
Through NYCHA’s PACT program, more than 6,300 residents in these developments will benefit from comprehensive upgrades to 2,625 apartments and common areas, including vital improvements to elevators, security, and heating systems as well as other needs identified by resident association leaders in each development.
Restoration connects community members and NYCHA residents to jobs on the PACT Brooklyn Bundle, including prevailing wage construction jobs. Current openings include laborer (carpentry or masonry experience), electrician and plumber. NYCHA residents with construction experience and SST certifications may contact Josephine to inquire about jobs at 516-317-5437 or email@example.com.
Restoration has active job orders in careers from construction to human services, and building maintenance to office support. If you do not see the position that is right for you, schedule an appointment with our Career Specialist! They will explain how we partner with you to your next employment opportunity and map out short and long-term career goals.
RESIDENTIAL SPECIALIST (NYC - ALL BOROUGHS)
$15 - $16 hourly
The ideal candidate must be able to go above and beyond the call of duty and have a passion for people. Minimum high school diploma or equivalency required.
BUILDING MAINTENANCE (NYC - ALL BOROUGHS)
$15 - $30 hourly
The right candidate will be conscientious, reliable and service-oriented. No minimum education requirement for some positions.
COVID VACCINE RELIEF - MULTIPLE POSITIONS (NYC - ALL BOROUGHS)
$24 - $32.50 hourly
The New York State Department of Health is actively recruiting for multiple positions to help get New Yorkers vaccinated from COVID-19. Learn more about this entry-level health and human services opportunity.
Funding for Training and Placement is Made Possible By:
NYC Human Resources Administration, NYC Department of Youth and Community Development, Microsoft, Pinkerton Foundation, Local Initiatives Support Corporation, United Way, Con Edison, and others.