Hope Hicks is back in New York, we’re told.

President Trump’s former White House communications director has returned to the city after spending time with her family in Greenwich, Conn., following her departure from the White House in March.

Now we’re told that she’s back on the scene and talking to prospective employers.

Hicks resigned after a grilling from Congress as part of the Russia probe.

She’s being wooed by a number of major companies, but has ruled out a move back to the White House, despite speculation to the contrary.

There had been rumblings she may even replace Gen. John Kelly as Trump’s chief of staff, but a source said, “Hope is very loyal to Trump, and remains friendly with Ivanka, but it doesn’t look like she’s going back to the White House,” adding that “internally, people want her back less. She’s now thinking about her next steps.”