Even in the midst of the current COVID-19 pandemic, many companies are still hiring – and even ramping up their recruiting efforts. To help connect employers and job seekers during these trying times, East AlabamaWorks has launched a new Jobs Listing service! Click the links below to post your company’s job openings or to search for jobs in the region!
If you missed the 2021 AlabamaWorks Workforce Conference, you can click below to watch all of the keynote addresses and the breakout sessions!
The Second Quarter of 2021 East AlabamaWorks Quarterly Workforce Meeting was held on Tuesday, April 20. If you were unable to attend, you can watch it below! Guest speakers were Gerald Nix from the Alabama Department of Labor and Roger Fortner from the Alabama Department of Commerce.
The Alabama Workforce Council presents a monthly webinar focusing on the workforce needs of Alabama…presenting information about about programs, organizations, projects and more that impact workforce development in the State of Alabama. Hosted by AWC Chair Tim McCartney, the webinars are presented live on the third Monday of each month at 9am via the AlabamaWorks website and Facebook page. You may also click below to access the live webinar each month, as well as archives of past webinars.
REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS – The Alabama Workforce Region 2 WIOA Board is soliciting proposals for short term (26 weeks or less) standalone occupational skills training programs for adults and dislocated workers under WIOA. Adult Occupational Skills Training is defined as an organized program of study that provides specific vocational skills that lead to proficiency in performing actual tasks and technical functions required by certain occupational fields at entry, intermediate, or advanced levels. Click the link below to visit the Request for Proposals page.
STUDY SHOWS ALABAMA NARROWING SKILLS GAP WHILE MAKING STRIDES IN SKILLS BASED HIRING Second Alabama Statewide Survey of Employer Talent Dynamics Background The Governor’s Office of Education and Workforce Transformation and Alabama Workforce Council [...]
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East AlabamaWorks was happy to collaborate with the Heflin Industrial Development Board, the Cleburne County Chamber of Commerce, and the Anniston Career Center for a hiring fair for Heflin and Cleburne County residents. The [...]
AlabamaWorks is a network of interconnected providers of workforce services, including all of the governmental, educational, and private sector components that train, prepare, and match job seekers with employers.