Job Seekers

Our #1 Job Is Helping You Find a Job

[email protected] here to help job seekers like you. We have the services and programs you need to find, prepare for and keep the right job. Every day, we help people all around Arizona—of all ages and skill levels—connect with employment opportunities in a variety of industries. So… let’s get to work!

 

HOW WE CAN HELP

Put Our Services and Programs to Work for You

There are many ways we can help you find the right job, including:

  • Posting your resume on the statewide job database
  • Providing career guidance and assessment
  • Matching you with job opportunities that are the right fit for you
  • Preparing you with customized training, education and skills development
  • Hosting hiring events where you can connect with employers
  • Assisting with specialized services for veterans, disabled job seekers and others
  • Directing you to social services, if needed

WHAT YOU CAN DO

Put Your Job-Finding Powers Into Action

 

City of Phoenix Job Seeker Information

[email protected] serves job seekers of all backgrounds, all skill levels—and all ages. Whether you’re an adult with years of job experience or seeking a new career path, we can put our programs and services to work for you. And if you’re a young person looking to find employment, get job training or further your education, we’re here for you too!

Adult Job Seekers

From career counseling and skills development to comprehensive job search and placement services, there are many ways we can help find the right employment opportunity for you.

HOW WE CAN HELP

Put Our Services And Programs To Work For You

There are many ways we can help you find the right job, including:

  • Posting your resume on the statewide job database
  • Providing career guidance and assessment
  • Matching you with job opportunities that are the right fit for you
  • Preparing you with customized training, education and skills development
  • WORKING FAMILIES GRANT INITIATIVE FOR MARYVALE AND MESA PARENTS
  • Hosting hiring events where you can connect with employers
  • Assisting with specialized services for veterans, disabled job seekers and others
  • Directing you to social services, if needed

 

WHAT YOU CAN DO

Put Your Job-Finding Powers Into Action

 

SOAR WORK READINESS CLASSES

Self-Assessment - Other Assessments - Active Research - Redesign Career Path

  • Have you been laid off?

  • Did your company close or downsize?
  • Are you receiving unemployment insurance?
  • Do you have a layoff letter?
  • You may qualify for a training scholarship to upgrade your skills
  • Call the nearest Job Center location to make an appointment with a Career AdvisorARIZONA@WORK career center
  • Clicke here for a printable S.O.A.R. Flyer

 

[email protected] FLYERS

Information, Seminars, Workshops And Recruitment Events

Youth Job Seekers

Your future is wide open, and we’ll help you pursue your path to success with a full range of programs, services and resources, all designed to help fulfill your dreams—and all free of charge

Pathways to Success

The City of Phoenix Youth Programs offer pathways to success. If you are a youth that is looking to get back into school, start college planning or begin your career preparation our programs will work with you to create your college and career blueprint. Services include: Advice and planning; College preparation; Leadership programs; Basic skills training; Tutoring; Career readiness; Support services; Education planning; and Career guidance.  Get more information here.

And it is that time again – Summer Employment Opportunities! The city of Phoenix has a number of summer youth employment / leadership activities that youth ages 16-24 can take advantage of this upcoming summer. All programs require the young adults to live in the city of Phoenix and will have to prove residency. Some programs target certain ages, please make sure you are referring young adults to the most appropriate program for them to participate in and have a valuable, meaningful experience.

YOUTHBUILD

Taking Responsibility For: Ourselves, Our Family, And Our Community

YouthBuild Phoenix is a program designed to empower young people to rebuild their communities and their lives with a commitment to education, work, community and family. Young people ages 16-24, earn their high school equivalency, acquire a construction trade, and receive leadership training while constructing or rehabilitating new or existing housing for low-income families in their communities. Participants spend 50% of their time in the classroom working on their education. 40% of their time is spent at a construction site gaining valuable one-on-one training and job skills. The other 10% of the time is spent working on community service projects, leadership activities and work readiness skills. The program also offers a safe and caring environment that promotes involvement in positive peer groups and in the community. Get more information.

Information sessions held every Monday/Wednesday – interested youth must call for more information: 602-534-3794

  • Young adults must be between the ages of 16-24
  • Be available all day Monday through Friday for 10 months to earn a HSE (high school equivalency) or improve basic skills
  • Be willing to work in the community on construction projects
  • Be willing to work in a team setting
  • Be dedicated, self-motivated and self-disciplined
  • Be drug free

CITY OF PHOENIX SUMMER YOUTH EMPLOYMENT​

The Phoenix Youth R.I.S.E. (Reach And Invest In Summer Employment) Program

 

Young people today continue to face record unemployment rates. As a result, the current generation has far fewer opportunities to acquire critical job-readiness skills typically attained during part-time employment. In order to combat this situation, the City of Phoenix is committed to providing internship opportunities for our youth despite current budget constraints. This is a public-private partnership for summer paid internships. Businesses interested in participating in the program can download and submit an application here

 

Learn more about the program here:

View City of Phoenix Youth R.I.S.E. Week One Newsletter

 

For more information contact us at [email protected] or 602-534-7129

 

  • Open for young adults ages 16-24
  • Resident of Phoenix
  • A 5-week program starting June 27th
  • Must attend a 2-day Work Readiness class in June (not paid)
  • Random Selection – turning in an application does not secure a work site
  • Paid for the 5-weeks of work experience at $8.05/hr
  • 40 hours a week during the 5-weeks

 

JEM​

Jerome E. Miller Summer Leadership Academy

The Leadership Academy was developed to commemorate the leadership, service, and legacy of Jerome E. Miller, former Phoenix Deputy City Manager. The goals of the academy are to expose high school 11th and 12th grade students to careers in public service, fuel and diversify the pipeline for public service, and prepare students for college, career and life success.Applications can be downloaded here..

 

For more information contact us [email protected] or 602.534.3794.

 

  • Open for youth in school who are going into their Junior (11th) or Senior (12th) years of High School
  • Application required with essay – Interviews will be conducted
  • A 2-week program of college and career readiness in civic leadership
  • Youth will receive a college credit by attending Leadership and Civic Responsibility
  • Youth will receive a college credit by attending Leadership and Civic Responsibility
  • Youth will be responsible for writing about their experience in the program and presenting at the closing event
  • Youth will be eligible for a cash incentive if all aspects of the program are completed
  • Leadership program will start in middle of June

 

JOIN A COMPANY YOU CAN GROW WITH​

Now Accepting Applications For Summer Internship Opportunities

The City of Phoenix in partnership with Wells Fargo Community Banking offers a 5 week-long internship to youth ages 18-24. Interns will participate in a formal internship program that includes performing various assignments to become familiar with the organization and gain basic work experience. For more information email [email protected] or 602.534.3794.

APPLICATIONS WERE ACCEPTED THROUGH MAY 6TH

 

  • Young adults must be at least 18 years of age when applying for this opportunity and not older than 24
  • Youth must have reliable transportation to ensure able to get to employment site (mostly in downtown Phoenix)
  • A minimum of one month professional experience through internship, part-time or full-time work
  • Youth must be enrolled in an educational program that starts in Fall 2016
  • Proficient use of MS Office, including Word, Excel and PowerPoint
  • A 5-week program for 32 hours a week
  • Must pass a pre-screening telephone interview and an in-person interview
  • Internships start June 20th

 

 

 

 

Adult and Youth Job Seekers

 

[email protected] serves job seekers of all backgrounds, all skill levels—and all ages. Whether you’re an adult with years of job experience or seeking a new career path, we can put our programs and services to work for you. And if you’re a young person looking to find employment, get job training or further your education, we’re here for you too!

 
 

Adult Job Seekers

From career counseling and skills development to comprehensive job search and placement services, there are many ways we can help find the right employment opportunity for you.

There are many ways we can help you find the right job, including:

  • Posting your resume on the statewide job database
  • Providing career guidance and assessments
  • Matching you with job opportunities that are the right fit for you
  • Preparing you with customized training, education and skills development
  • Hosting hiring events where you can connect with employers
  • Assisting with specialized services for veterans, disabled job seekers and others
  • Directing you to social services, if needed

Call or visit one of our comprehensive one-stop locations for more information and help.

West Valley Job Center:

1840 N. 95th Avenue, Suite 160, Phoenix AZ 85037, 602-372-4200

East Valley Job Center: 

735 N. Gilbert Road Suite 134, Gilbert AZ 85234, 602-372-9700

Additionally, our Smart Justice program is directed specifically towards assisting individuals with criminal justice challenges or backgrounds finding employment opportunities. Our Smart Justice program can help you by providing one on one career guidance, resume and interview support, coaching on how to explain convictions during the interview process, connecting you with employers, referring job leads and more. 

For additional information please call 602-372-1839 or e-mail our Smart Justice Program Staff.

 
 

Youth Job Seekers

Maricopa County’s Youth Workforce Program assists out of school or out of work young adults ages 16-24 in furthering their education or finding employment. Enrolled youth participate in a year round program where they receive tools to become successful, productive citizens.

[email protected]: Maricopa County partners with community agencies to offer a wide variety of services to enrolled youth. Our Youth Career Guidance Specialists help each participant chart his or her own course. We can customize a plan to help you succeed in finding employment, education or training – all at no cost.

To determine eligibility, apply for the program or for more information please send us an e-mail.

You can also visit one of our four youth hubs for further assistance:

Avondale:

124 S. 4th Street, Avondale AZ 85323

623-882-9106 or 623-882-9107

Peoria Community Center:

8335 W. Jefferson Street, Peoria AZ 85346

623-878-0416

Tempe Escalante Center:

2150 E. Orange Street, Tempe AZ 85281

480-350-5824 or 480-350-5825

Mesa Library:

64 E. 1st Street (Lower Level), Mesa AZ 85201

480-644-2223 or 480-644-3503

 

 

 

 

Our #1 Goal Is Helping You Find a Job or Career

[email protected] Pinal County is here to help career and job seekers like you. We have the employment related services that you need to find, prepare for, and keep the right job. We also have Career Development Services to help you identify and explore new career opportunities or build upon your current skills and experiences to enhance your current career path. Every day, we help people in Pinal County—of all ages and skill levels—connect with career and employment opportunities in a variety of industries. So… let’s get to work!

 

Overview of Services

 

 

Services Orientation

Click here to watch our Orientation Video

  • Employability Workshops
  • Resume Development
  • Career Development Services
  • Employment Resource Center
  • Occupational Skill Upgrades
  • Job Search Assistance
  • Assistance with Unemployment Claims
  • and more!

Watch our brief orientation video to find out more!

 

Career Services Self-Referral

To get started with our Career Development services –

  1. Visit ONET Online and complete the career interest profiler – Show me how (Click here)
  2. Save your career interest results as PDF file on your desktop – Show me how (Coming Soon)
  3. Complete and the Career Services Self-referral form below

a. Complete all requested information

b. Upload your ONET Career Interest Profiler Results

c. Upload your current resume

d. Submit the form

Our #1 Job Is Helping You Find a Job

[email protected] is here to help job seekers like you. We have the services and programs you need to find, prepare for and keep the right job Every day, we help people all around Arizona-of all ages and skill levels-connect with employment opportunities in a variety of industries. So... let's get to work!

Adults

Young Adults

 

HOW WE CAN HELP

Put Our Services and Programs to Work for You

There are many ways we can help you find the right job, including:

  • Workshops to improve employability  (View and sign up here!)
  • Posting your resume on the statewide job database
  • Providing career guidance and assessment
  • Matching you with job opportunities that are the right fit for you
  • Preparing you with customized training, education and skills development
  • Hosting hiring events where you can connect with employers
  • Assisting with specialized services for veterans, disabled job seekers and others
  • Directing you to social services, if needed

WHAT YOU CAN DO

Put Your Job-Finding Powers Into Action

  • Take advantage of our offered workshops  (View and sign up here!)
  • View job postings and upload your resume on the state's largest workforce database at Arizona Job Connection
  • Discover the full range of employment opportunities that are available by exploring the companies we've worked with
  • Learn about other job seekers we've helped find employment by reading their Success Stories
  • Start your own success story by finding your nearest [email protected] career center
  • Put all our services and programs to work for you by contacting your local [email protected] representative