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New York City's OATH (Office of Administrative Trials & Hearings) is seeking to hire a customer service representative. There is only one opening for this entry level position. The starting salary is $27,421.00 to $35,573.00 annually. The work location is 9 Bond Street, Brooklyn, NY 11201, in the ECB's (Environmental Control Board) Brooklyn office. The job ID is 142124. This position will be posted until filled.

To be eligible for this position, applicants must have a high school diploma or equivalent and must be able to understand and carry out simple instructions. Speaking and writing English is a must.

Some of the duties associated with this title are; customer service to the public, filing records and processing customer service bills. The ideal candidate should be hard working and ambitious. Candidates must also possess great communication and interpersonal skills.

For a complete and detailed description associated with this job title, please go to, and click on the link Clerical & Administrative Support. Look for job ID 142124, once there you will be able to upload your resume and cover letter, just hit the 'apply' key.

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