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Employment Services 2018-01-01T20:38:20+00:00

 

Nevada County Economic Resource Council (ERC)

Nevada County Economic Resource Council (ERC) maintains a comprehensive list of Employment Services & Training with the services businesses offer along with information about the Nevada County labor market.  The ERC’s website is a valuable resource for job seekers.

 One-Stop Business & Career Center

The Nevada County One-Stop Business & Career Center is a private, nonprofit organization whose mission is to provide unlimited employment opportunities to job seekers and hiring managers as well as training and human resource assistance to local businesses. The One-Stop Business & Career Center is part of a nation-wide system that provides job search and career development services through a trained staff and a welcoming career center that is open to the public. The One-Stop Business & Career Center is located at 715 Maltman Drive in Grass Valley, phone (530) 265-7088.

MyNevadaCounty.com

MyNevadaCounty.com is the official site for Nevada County government. The  “Working Here” section provides a variety of resources for persons working and/or seeking employment in Nevada County.   Information regarding career training services, transportation, the CalWORKs Welfare-To-Work services program and employers can be found through the site.

Other Employment Services

A variety of employment and training services are provided by Chamber members.  These services range from full-service human resources consulting firms providing temporary employment, temporary to full-time, and direct hire services to specific job training services.   Adecco Employment Services and Express Employment Professionals are excellent resources to assist you in your job search or employment placement needs.

Employment opportunities can also be found through the employment section of :

Nevada County Careers

Alliance For Workforce Development

Nevada County’s local newspaper The Union

In addition, volunteering can provide valuable job experience, keep your skills sharp, or just make you feel great. And it always helps the community! Search for volunteer opportunities with the library, police, sheriff and other agencies of the city or county or the many not-for-profit organizations in our community.