The New York City Department of Information Technology & Telecommunications (DoITT) provides for the sustained, efficient, and effective delivery of IT services, infrastructure, and telecommunications to enhance service delivery to the City's residents, businesses, employees, and visitors. As New York City’s technology leader we are responsible for maintaining the core IT infrastructure and systems that touch every aspect of city life – from public safety to human services, and education to economic development – DoITT crosses the full spectrum of governmental operations.
Careers at DoITT
New York City has hundreds of complex urban challenges that require your top-notch skills and innovative solutions. By working at DoITT, you have the chance to make a tangible impact on the lives of 8.4 million New Yorkers who will use the services that you design and build. With nearly 1,000 staff at seven locations and an operating budget of $440 million, DoITT serves a vast network of 120 agencies, boards, and offices, more than 8,000,000 city residents and 300,000 employees every day.
Applicants with Disabilities
The City of New York is an Equal Opportunity Employer. If you need an accommodation to complete the application process, you can contact DoITT’s ADA/Disability Coordinator, Kenneth Hunter at (212) 788-6007, or email Kenneth.
City of New York’s Hiring Process
Civil service law requires that candidates for most New York City jobs take and pass an exam before they can be hired. These jobs are called the "competitive class." These exams test individuals on the skills and abilities that they need to do the job. They are administered by the Department of Citywide Administrative Services (DCAS). Learn more at http://www1.nyc.gov/jobs/get-started.page#apply.
- You must apply online in order to take an exam.
- For most exams, applicants must apply several months before the test date, during the exam's filing period. Filing periods are listed on the exam schedule. Those who apply will be invited to take the test at a later date.
- For other exams, applicants may sign up for a specific test date either online or at one of DCAS' Computer-based Testing & Applications Centers (CTACs)