Search Available Jobs
Find available jobs all in one place on OhioMeansJobs.com, including listings from company websites. You can customize your search and even sign up for email alerts when new jobs are posted.
Resource Room and Workshops
The OhioMeansJobs Lucas County Resource Room has everything you need to create and print your resume and cover letter. You can also contact potential employers and attend workshops to improve your job search skills.
Training and Development Programs
Our programs and resources can help you reach your goals, no matter where you are in your career. Call us at 419.213.JOBS (5627) to learn more about these programs and see if you’re eligible.
Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA)
The WIOA program offers short-term training in high-demand careers. This training is available to members of OhioMeansJobs Lucas County and WorkReady-certified job seekers. Approved training leads to industry-recognized credentials and employment opportunities. Explore the FAQs below to learn more.
I am interested in training services. What do I do?
Call 419.213.JOBS (5627) and let them know that you are interested in WIOA Training Assistance.
What careers are currently in high-demand in our local area?
A list of the current in demand occupations is located at: https://www.co.lucas.oh.us/DocumentCenter/View/80415/Demand-Occupation-List-2022
Where can I go to receive training?
Visit the Workforce Inventory of Education and Training (WIET) website to view the list of approved providers for your desired program in Lucas County, once you have been approved for the WIOA training program.
Do I need to be working to receive WIOA training assistance?
No, there is not a specific employment requirement to be potentially eligible for training assistance. Participants can be unemployed, working part-time, or working full-time and still be able to receive training assistance.
I want to go back to school. Can you help me?
If an individual meets certain requirements, they can receive funding for short-term training in a high-demand occupation. Funding is subject to availability.
Priority of Service for Veterans
Priority of Service is give to Veterans or their eligible spouse for the receipt of employment, training, and placement services funded in whole or in part by the Department of Labor (DOL).
Learn More about PRIORITY OF SERVICE.
WorkReady for Job Seekers
WorkReady Lucas County is a program that helps workers improve their reading and math skills for free. The program awards the WorkKeys National Career Readiness Certificate (NCRC), which measures and certifies the skills needed to succeed in jobs across different industries and occupations. We also use the NCRC to identify suitable candidates for our WIOA training programs.
Learn more about ACT WorkKeys for Job Seekers.