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Job seekers are invited to apply for several open positions at One Flushing, a new residential/commercial complex opening in the heart of Downtown Flushing in a few weeks.

A job fair will be held Friday, Jan. 25 at 35-34 Union St. (across from Flushing High School), at the lower level, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.

The job fair is sponsored by Stanton-Norfolk Property Management and the Asian American Equality Workforce Development Program.

Stanton Norfolk, Inc. manages the leasing and maintenance of more than 600 units of affordable housing, and commercial and community space in almost 40 buildings in neighborhoods throughout New York City, including Lower Manhattan and Far Rockaway.

One Flushing is a state-of-the-art residential and retail complex with 232 apartments, 22,000 square feet of commercial space and amenities such as a rooftop farm.

Open positions at One Flushing include a Front Desk Concierge, who will be responsible for greeting guests, providing a high level of customer service and creating a sense of security for residents; Porters, who will be responsible for cleaning and maintaining the property; and a Maintenance Repair Person, who will be responsible for various carpentry, plumbing, custodial and general maintenance tasks.

Full-time and part-time positions are available with excellent health benefits, paid vacation, holidays, sick days, and personal days. Applicants with bilingual skills — English/Chinese, English/Korean, English/Spanish — are a plus.

Applicants should arrive at the job fair with resumes and be prepared for initial interviews.  To RSVP/make an appointment in advance, call 718-961-2833; or email Winnie Guo at



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