Pima County

Job Seeker Resources

Our #1 Job Is Helping You Find a Job

ARIZONA@WORK is here to help job seekers like you. We have the services and programs you need to find, prepare for and keep the right job Every day, we help people all around Arizona-of all ages and skill levels-connect with employment opportunities in a variety of industries. So... let's get to work!

How We Can Help

Put Our Services And Programs To Work For You

There are many ways we can help you find the right job, including:

  • Workshops to improve employability
  • Posting your resume on the statewide job database Arizona Job Connection
  • Providing career guidance and assessment
  • Matching you with job opportunities that are the right fit for you
  • Preparing you with customized training, education and skills development
  • Individualized Employment Assistance
  • Hosting hiring events where you can connect with employers
  • Assisting with specialized services for veterans, disabled job seekers and others
  • Community Resource Navigators - connect you to a wide variety of services in the area depending on your needs.
  • ARIZONA@WORK Pima County One-Stop Youth Employment Center
    Services available for out-of-school youth (ages 16-24) and in-school youth (ages 14-21).
  • Veterans Employment Services - Services available to help military veterans and spouses find jobs and receive training, benefits and support services; and for employers who want to hire Veterans.

  • Rapid Response Team
    Within 48 hours of learning of a substantial layoff or projected business closure, Team specialists will contact the employer and provide information to affected employees to facilitate access to the ARIZONA@WORK System's available programs and services.

  • Business Services - Assists local business to recruit and retain qualified employees at all skill levels.

  • Intensive Employment Services
    Additional services available to help eligible individuals secure sustainable employment. With the help of Workforce Development Specialists and through a network of partners (non-profit, government, educational, and private corporations) participants have the opportunity to participate in the following services:

    • Comprehensive Career Assessment

    • Practical Action Plans to achieve career goals

    • Basic Skills Workshops such as computer training

    • Adult Education, Literacy, and Workplace Education

    • GED programs for youth and adults

    • Internships, Service Learning and Work Experience

    • Youth Leadership Development programs

    • Pima Vocational High School

    • Las Artes, Arts & Education Program 

    • Follow-up services after entering employment

For more information visit Pima County Community Initiatives & Outreach