OhioMeansJobs Cincinnati – Hamilton County
Hamilton County residents seeking a job can most easily access services through OhioMeansJobs Cincinnati – Hamilton County (formerly the SuperJobs Center), which connects job seekers and employers with current openings.
Unlike a private employment agency, OhioMeansJobs Cincinnati – Hamilton County uses a variety of community partnership and internal resources to help job seekers overcome barriers and work toward financial stability and self-sufficiency.
OhioMeansJobs Cincinnati – Hamilton County provides a variety of services to job seekers including free educational workshops, career coaching and job leads. OhioMeansJobs Cincinnati – Hamilton County is also able to help provide training or transportation to individuals who qualify.
OhioMeansJobs Cincinnati – Hamilton County also works closely with employers by posting openings, applicant recruitment and screening services at no cost to the employer. More information can be found at omj-cinham.org.
Residents participating in Ohio Works First who are unable to find a work or volunteer activity to fulfill the work program requirements, work closely with Community Link to remove any remaining barriers to finding employment.
Although HCJFS coordinates Community Link activities, individuals work directly with one of four local partners to complete assessment, barrier removal and work assignments.
A variety of other programs – including Food Assistance Employment and Training, Learning Earning and Parenting, and summer youth programs – are also operated by the Workforce Development unit.