ATTENTION JOB SEEKERS:
Due to changes in the Federal workforce law, all job search applications created prior to 7/1/2015 have expired. The new law requires the gathering of updated information on all job seekers using the job search website. If you had a resume on file with OhioMeansJobs|Cleveland-Cuyahoga County previously, or are a new job seeker to our system, you must complete a new application. Please follow the steps outlined below to create a new job search profile and upload a new resume. Should you have any questions please contact any one of our convenient locations. Thank you!
Before applying to any jobs posted by OhioMeansJobs|Cleveland-Cuyahoga County (OMJ|CC), you MUST have a job search profile and resume posted on OhioMeansJobs.com AND have completed a local application with resume on the OhioMeansJobs|Cleveland-Cuyahoga County website. To begin your search for a new career complete the following steps:
To complete a job search profile and upload a resume on OhioMeansJobs.com, click on the OhioMeansJobs.com button below. If you are registered with OhioMeansJobs.com, or are receiving unemployment benefits and already have an OhioMeansJobs.com account, go to Step 2.
To complete a local application and upload your resume on the OhioMeansJobs|Cleveland-Cuyahoga County (OMJ|CC) website, click on the OMJ|CC Local Application button below. If you already have a local application completed go to Step 3
OMJ|CC Local Application
If you have completed Steps 1 and 2, click on the Job Search button below to begin your search. When you click this link you will be leaving the OhioMeansJobs|Cleveland-Cuyahoga County website and going to the OhioMeansJobs.com search page. When searching for jobs posted by OMJ|CC on the OhioMeansJobs.com website, look for “OMJCC” in the job title or do a keyword search for “OMJCC”.
In addition to our self-directed online job seeker service, OMJ|Cleveland-Cuyahoga County offers registered users staff-assisted guidance and advocacy as well as job seeking information, resources and tools.
How an Employment Specialist can help you
Our friendly and professional Employment Specialist staff guide and advocate on behalf of our job seekers. The Employment Specialist staff help strengthen interviewing skills, create more marketable resumes, identify and highlight transferable skill sets, connect and refer to Partner and community resources and provide information and resources on occupational skills or on-the-job training opportunities.
If you are interested in enhancing your skills or receiving training, please click here to see a list of our certified training providers.
WIA Certified Training Providers
If you would like to connect with an Employment Specialist, please attend a Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA) Orientation at one of our convenient locations.
It is important that you
- Dress professionally as you would for an employer interview
- Bring a resume (electronic is preferred but we can accept a print or handwritten version)
- Bring your Driver’s License/State ID and your Social Security Card (call your One-Stop location for information on other accepted documentation)
- Bring any paperwork you may have from an employer about a lay-off or Unemployment Insurance
If you do not have a resume, you are welcome to visit our Resource Center prior to Orientation and staff will help you create a basic resume. If you are unable to visit our Resource Center prior to Orientation, our workshop instructors will help you create a resume on the day of orientation however you should expect to be here much longer and that you may not complete the eligibility process that same day.
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