Resources for Job Seekers:
OhioMeansJobs is a free service for all Ohio residents and employers that offers many great services and programs that are available throughout Ohio to help you get through tough times. Due to the current COVID-19 pandemic, our services may be limited or different until further notice. Virtual assistance is available, please call the center at 937-382-7762 for further details. These services and programs provide support to help you reach your training and employment goals. We can provide resources that can help you:
- Find job openings
- Prepare resumes and applications
- Prepare for a career and research in-demand jobs
- Find work support such as transportation, work clothes and much more.
Resources for employers:
Contact Tammy Keller, 937-382-7762 at the OhioMeansJobs-Clinton County office where we offer services for:
- Hiring and placement assistance,
- Labor market information, and
- Employee training and retention
If you are looking for immediate job openings in Ohio please watch our Ohiomeansjobs Clinton County Facebook Jobs postings and check the job listings across Ohio on OhioMeansJobs.com. They will continue to be updated with additional employment opportunities as they are received.
How do I apply for Unemployment Insurance if I have lost my job due to COVID-19?
Unemployment benefits may be available to some individuals whose unemployment is attributable to COVID-19. Ohio is working to make the unemployment insurance system as responsive to the current situation as possible with extended hours and additional agents. Visit the Ohio Unemployment website at unemployment.ohio.gov for more information or call 1-866-962-4064.