Ohiomeansjobs – coshocton county
Coshocton County Department of Job and Family Services is your link to community-based services.
Available Offerings through OhioMeansJobs – Coshocton County:
- Opportunities for Ohioans with Disabilities
- Veterans Employment Services
- ODJFS ReEmployment Service
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OhioMeansJobs – Coshocton County has a variety of resources and services to aid you in your search for a new job or with the retention of your current job. See Employability Workshops and Resource Center.
OhioMeansJobs – Coshocton County provides quality-driven employment solutions that assist companies of all sizes
**OMJ-CC offers FREE job posting through our website, social media, and our morning radio show, employment testing and screening, facility options using our conference rooms for career and information fairs, technology enhancements utilizing our bank of 10 laptops for employment events or visiting our local Resource Center: fully equipped with
Job Search, Career Counseling, Employer Connections, Ohio Works First (OWF) Program, WIOA, Resume Writing, Workforce Development, www.OhioMeansJobs.com
A variety of workshops are offered throughout the month at no cost to help those attending improve their knowledge and practical application in areas such as computer basics, job interviewing skills, and resume writing. A calendar can be picked up in the Workforce Unit lobby or contact Lisa Scott at 740-295-7560 for more information.
CCMEP is an innovative program that can help low-income young adults between the ages of 14 and 24 find employment and break the cycle of poverty. It offers a wide array of services specifically tailored to each individual. If you think you may be eligible for or interested in more information about this program contact Carolyn McElfresh 740-295-7504.
- The Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA), a tuition assistance program, opportunities exist for those who wish to pursue an In-demand career in our area through training. Contact Edward Zinkon 740-295-7550.
The OhioMeansJobs Resource Center is full of technology and various on-site resources to help in the employment process. The room is also available for job search, completing online applications, resume writing and contacting job leads through e-mail. We have 12 computers with high-speed internet, plus a special-needs system for clients with limited vision and/or hearing. The Resource Center is located in the lower level of Coshocton JFS and is open from 8a-4p, Monday-Friday. The Resource Center can be reached at (740) 295-7411.