The Pima County ONESTOP Career System helps businesses recruit and retain qualified employees. Call (520) 243-6700 for more information.
Pre-screened, Qualified Job Seekers – Our Workforce Development Specialists will match qualified job seekers to your company's specific needs and will provide recruitment assistance to your company.
Tax Credit Programs – Is your company interested in learning how to earn tax credits for new hires? Call for information about tax credit programs such as the Empowerment Zone Tax Credit or the Work Opportunity Tax, training grants, worker upgrading assistance, and more.
Employment Network – The Employment Connection is an information session where employers with job openings share information with job seekers on how to get hired by their company. This is a great opportunity for job seekers to meet with one or more employers who are seeking qualified applicants for employment.
Virtual ONESTOP This site is a powerful online job seeker/workforce services system, accessed as a web site on the Internet or an Intranet at a OneStop Center.
Define skills and post job orders to find potential candidates
Research labor market information on salaries and economic data
Set up a Virtual Recruiter search agent to automatically find candidates within the system that match the job skills of the job order
Communicate with job seekers, case managers, training providers, and others within the system email and message center.
Hire pre-screened, job-ready youth for suitable vacancies in your company!
How can our organization sponsor a youth employee?
Organizations can "pledge" jobs for youth at any time during the year. Jobs can be full time, part time, internships or temporary, depending on your company's needs. These youth employees would be part of your organization's regular staff and payroll system.
What are the screening criteria?
In order to be referred to Pledge A Job, youth must have the following qualifications:
Be ages 16-21
Have some Work or Volunteer Experience
Complete a resume workshop, interviewing workshop, job readiness screening, and employability workshop
Demonstrate willing to learn and desire to work
Demonstrate basic reading, math and language skills
Why get involved?
Scores of young people in Pima County are waiting for an opportunity to learn new skills, to be introduced to the workplace, have mentors, and demonstrate their own unique aptitudes and abilities. Your business can play a key role in helping to prepare the upcoming workforce!