At PA CareerLink® Monroe County, we offer job services for both potential employees and employers. Our comprehensive list of services help job seekers secure a job. Call (570) 620-2850 to ask about what we can do for you.
Our Job Search Services are available universally to all interested individuals. These services include:
- Information and enrollment on the PA Careerlink® system
- Labor market information and employment statistics
- Career Guide to Industries
- National Occupational Outlook Handbook
- Occupational Information Network
- Occupational Outlook Quarterly
- Job listing and referral services
- Job search and placement assistance
- Information on filing for unemployment compensation
- Listing of local schools and programs eligible for tuition assistance.
- Informational seminars and workshops.
- Job recruitments
Our Business Services Team offers a wide range of business support services to our local employers. Let us assist you in finding skilled workers for every job opening. Some of the services we offer include:
- No-cost online job order postings through the CWDS website.
- Assistance from accredited workforce development professionals.
- Pre-screening, assessment, and referral of applicants.
- Coordination of job fairs and on-site recruitments.
- Information on industry partnerships and training grants.
- Identification of funding available to assist with employer training.
- On-the-Job training allows employers the opportunity to train individuals for specific jobs and receive reimbursement for the extraordinary time and effort it takes to provide training to inexperienced individuals.
- Tax credit information and assistance in application processes.
- Wage and Employment information trends.
Click on the PDF below for CAREER Quest registration information
Visit www.workstats.dli.pa.gov for employment outlook and information as well as information on:
- Commonwealth Workforce Development System
- PA’s Targeted Industry Clusters
- Center for Workforce Information & Analysis
- Bureau of Labor Statistics
- Occupational Wages
- PA Workforce Development
- PA Dept. of Community & Economic development (DCED)
- Northeastern Pennsylvania Alliance (NEPA Alliance)
- Penn’s Northeast
If you would like to arrange a personalized visit by one of our business and industry representatives, please call 570-620-2850 and ask to speak with a Business Services Representative.
Training services are available to individuals who meet specific guidelines as determined by our multiple funding sources. These services are provided to assist job seekers in securing and/or retaining employment that leads to self-sufficiency in an occupation that has been identified by the State of Pennsylvania as being in high demand. Our Training Services include:
- Assistance with skilled training programs
- On-the-Job training (OJT)
- Youth in-school and out-of-school programs
- Work experience opportunities
- Customized training programs
- Trade Adjustment Act services
PA Careerlink® Monroe County allows employers to train individuals for specific jobs and receive reimbursement (up to 50% of the hourly wage) for the time it takes to provide training to inexperienced workers.
- Computer Basics: This seminar is designed to assist job seekers in basic computer skills starting with “how to navigate the mouse” to “becoming familiar with the keyboard.” Class is held in the Career Resource Room.
- Computerized Net Assessments: These tests are for YOU if you are not sure what you might be capable of doing. The tests will give you an idea of what career path you should take.
- Employer Website Assistance: Many employers require job seekers to apply to their own websites for jobs. This is one-on-one assistance with employer websites of your choice for job applications.
- How To Land A Government Job: Learn how to expand your opportunities with State, Federal, and non-Civil Service options.
- Interview Basics & Salary Negotiation: Teaches job seekers how to prepare for an interview, present themselves and their skills, answer questions, the art of salary negotiation, and follow-up after the interview.
- Job Search Bootcamp: This workshop combines “Resume and Cover Letter Writing” and “Interview Basics” to give participants the tools to develop a personal appraisal of interviewing as well as presenting job search strategies.
- Resumes & Cover Letters: Helps job seekers determine which type of resume is best suited to their job search goals and how to write the most effective for them.
- Skills Identification: This seminar is designed to help job seekers identify their skills and strategically use them in their resume and cover letter.