Local job resources for East Gainesville

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Looking for a new job?  Local jobs are available!

Employ Florida (Marketplace) is a complete set of employment tools for job seekers in Florida. the employ florida logo (the words spelled out with orange and yellow colors)Search jobs, create résumés, find education and training and more under their Disaster Recovery Jobs Portal.

 

 

blue font spelling out indeedIndeed.com is a commercial website, but it will generally have immediate job availability listed by geographic location.  You can also search by job type, salary, experience level, and company. It also now has a Career Guide and resources for those whose job was affected by COVID-19.

CareerSource NCFL Gainesville (formerly FloridaWorks) is a great source for job seekers and employers offering jobs locally.  CareerSource NCFL Gainesville is your one-stop shop for Re-employment.  Each week, CareerSource North Central Florida staff members identify Current Hot Jobs that employers are eager to fill.

To help ease delays encountered by those filing for Reemployment Assistance, paper applications will be available for curbside pickup at both CareerSource North Central Florida career centers. The forms will be supplied Monday-Friday from 10 am to 3 pm. 

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CareerSource North Central Florida (Gainesville Career Center)
10 NW 6th Street
Gainesville, FL, 32601
352-955-2245

CareerSource North Central Florida (Starke Career Center)
101 East Call Street
Starke, FL, 32091
904-964-8092

the cone park resource center logo, spelled out in gentle green with a picture of a heart coming out of an open bookAlso, our Library Partnership Resource Center may be able to offer up some job information. They also have postage paid unemployment applications provided by CareerSource.  In response to COVID-19, their hours and programs are changing week-to-week. For the most up to date schedule, visit their COVID-19 response page or call the Resource Center at (352)-318-1486.

 

Lastly, if you use tutor.com through our library esource page, you will not only find a great resource to assist in homeschooling your children, there are also resources for job seekers.  Tutor.com offers the chance to connect with a job coach, drop off a resume for review, or to search online job resources.  All you need is a library card number and you can begin searching now!tutor.com spelled out in blue font

 

Whatever you do, good luck, stay safe, and be good to each other!

Posted by LaurelC on April 28, 2020