Find a Job
Finding the right job that fits your skills and interests can be a job itself! The Workforce Assistance Center provides tools and guidance to help you get to work in a job that suits you best. Whether you need to create an effective resume that reflects your transferable skills, or you need to practice interviewing and networking, the Workforce Assistance Center helps you gain the competitive advantage you need to land a job.
The Resource Room located at the Workforce Assistance Center has many services available to the public for their job search needs, including computers, fax machine, copier, phones, and daily job announcements from various employers. Customers can also apply for Unemployment Insurance Benefits via phone or online. Our staff is available in the Resource Room to assist with creating a resume, obtaining a Typing Test Certification, or navigating through one of the job search websites. CalJOBS, the California labor exchange system, allows job seekers to create resumes that can be seen by employers, search the full service employment center for job openings, and more.
|CalJOBSSM is California’s online resource to help job seekers and employers navigate the state’s workforce services. You can search for jobs, create résumés, find qualified candidates, and more.
|Madera County offers an on-line job information page and application process using NeoGov. The positions which are listed are currently accepting applications. To view the job announcement for a particular position, click on the job title.
|City of Madera applications can be obtained by clicking on this EMPLOYMENT APPLICATION link, by contacting the HR Department at (559) 661-5400, option 8 to have an application mailed to you, or by coming to City Hall at 205 W. 4th Street in Madera to pick up an application.
|The Madera County Workforce Investment Corporation is a 501(c)(3) non-profit, public-benefit corporation that provides administrative and fiscal oversight to the local Federally-funded workforce development system in cooperation with the Workforce Development Board of Madera County. The Board employs staff who deliver services to job seekers and employers in Madera County through the Workforce Assistance Center in Madera.
|Onward California uses an intelligent matching system that pairs you with resources that align to your needs. If you’re willing to tell them a little bit about yourself, we can give you more personalized results.
|Indeed includes all the job listings from major job boards, newspapers, associations, and company career pages, and employers can even post jobs directly to Indeed that may not be available anywhere else.
|Browse Jobs on Monster and take a look at Popular Job Locations and Job Titles. You can also take a look at Company Profiles or different types of careers. Find your perfect career fit for today. Whatever type of job you’re looking for, you can find it on Monster.
|Access career resources, personalized salary tools & insights. Find your dream job now. CareerBuilder is the most trusted source for job opportunities & advice. Search & Apply Quickly. Resource for Job Seekers. Resume Tips. Local Source of Jobs.
|Edjoin is the shortest distance between you and your career in education. Whether you’re hunting for a teaching position, management job or a classified support vacancy, chances are EDJOIN has just the right career for you. Thousands of job-seekers across the nation have started new careers with EDJOIN’s help.
|The Workforce Assistance Center Facebook page provides updates on local job opportunities as well as information on services and resources.
|The National Labor Exchange (NLx) partnership operates the only nonprofit national online labor exchange system in the United States. Formed between employers and state workforce agencies, the NLx collects and distributes job openings exclusively found on corporate career websites, state job banks and federal government job sites.
Need to apply for unemployment?
Unemployment Insurance (UI) is an employer-paid program that provides partial income replacement when you become unemployed or have your hours reduced and meet all eligibility requirements. The following information will help guide you through the claim filing process.