We provide the workforce with pathways to well-paid, satisfying careers that maintain their quality of life in Southwest Virginia.
Let us help you find a job, the training resources you need,
and assistance to support the important details in between like
transportation, housing, childcare, recovery support, and more.
Each week, we find the top job openings available to the Southwest Virginia Region so we can share them directly with you. Take a look to see if one could be a good fit.
Virginia’s Career Works Center is here to help. Whether you never had a job, want a different kind of job, or are somewhere in between, we have services and staff to assist you.
Virginia’s Career Works Centers are open to all job seekers. We provide computers for job searching, assistance with resume building and skills assessments. Staff can assist with identifying needs and making connections for additional services.
The Virginia Workforce Connection is the statewide workforce website that contains job listings, unemployment information, veteran resources, and more!
You can access Virginia Workforce Connection by clicking here. Select “Not Registered” to create a user account.
Need more help? Call our comprehensive center in Richlands at 276-963-2660 for questions you may have.
Have you lost your job in childcare, hospitality, or the restaurant industry? The A Step Ahead program can offer support as you get your career back on track.
Is not having a car to commute to work or job training is an obstacle for you? If you are a resident of Dickenson or Tazewell County, Cars Programs are available to help you get on the road and back to work!
You can afford to take a skills training program. This grant funded initiative provides living expense stipends to un- or underemployed individuals in Buchanan and Tazewell Counties who are enrolled in short-term training.
Are you getting back to work after being incarcerated? Learn about how the Project Reconnect program can help as you get back on your feet.
Are you in recovery and in need of assistance to get back to work? The Recovery Opportunities and Pathways to Employment Success (R.O.P.E.S.) Program can help.
Access job referral and matching services, job development, job training, and career readiness skills and more.
This program can help you access employment, education, training, and the support services you need to get your career on track.
Every single job applicant has Federal rights for equal opportunity. Familiarize yourself with the policy that prevents discrimination.