Job Seekers

How Can We Help:

Most people visit the OhioMeansJobs center to:

1. Job Search

2. Connect with Employment Resources,

3. Apply for Training

Cargill is hiring Process Technicians!

By Mallorie Crank | August 23, 2021

AURIA SOLUTIONS – Holmesville, OH – OPEN HOUSE Saturday, August 14 10:00 am to 3:00 pm

By Mallorie Crank | August 11, 2021


Become Licensed Childcare Providers for Wayne County Department of Job & Family Services

By Mallorie Crank | July 30, 2021

Be self employed and set your own hours. Work from home providing quality care…

Morgan Corporation is Hiring! $1,000 Sign on Bonus!

By Mallorie Crank | June 16, 2021

N O W   H I R I N G!   Who are We?  Morgan…

Schaeffler Career Fair/Open House Thursday, July 8 10:00 am – 7:00 pm @ Schaeffler

By Mallorie Crank | June 14, 2021

Onsite Interviews for 2nd, 3rd & Weekend Manufacturing Positions Assemblers | CNC Operators |…

Last Arrow Manufacturing: CNC positions available!

By Mallorie Crank | April 19, 2021

Our company is growing…………… We currently have 4 great CNC positions available The right…

Companions of Wayne Home Health Care has Unique Employment Opportunities!

By Mallorie Crank | January 6, 2021

Click here for more details!

Red Head Brass is Hiring – Will Train

By Mallorie Crank | December 14, 2020

Hiring General Labor, Machine Operators, Assembly – Will Train Click here for details!

Wayne County Employers are Hiring!

By Crystal Brown | January 18, 2018

Many exciting career opportunities are available in Wayne County!  Be sure to visit our  job…

Career Services available

  • All first-time visitors receive an orientation of all available OhioMeansJobs Wayne County services
  • Receive one-on-one assistance with Career Planner for employment and/or training requests
  • Access to network of valuable career preparation activities and resources through OhioMeansJobs Wayne County partners
  • Career Planner will connect you with appropriately matched career preparation activities. View Calendar for all career activities.

Resource Center

  • Use our on-site computers to prepare or update your resume or browse up to date job openings on
  • View job boards - see jobs available in Wayne County
  • Assistance with creating a professional resume and cover letter
  • Access to copier, fax machine, and telephone for your employment related needs
  • Review information on educational skill training programs and Labor Market Information

Occupational Skills Training

Through the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA), we may be able to fund eligible individuals with short-term skills training or on-the-job training to prepare for in-demand careers. WIOA is designed to help individuals' access employment, education, training, and supportive services to succeed in the labor market and to match employers with the skilled workers they need to compete in the global economy. Training may be made available to individuals after completion of an Application for Training with eligibility documentation, and a pre/post-test formalized assessment.

The goal of any training through WIOA is to lead to an industry-recognized certification, license, credential, or degree, and should lead individual to employment at a self-sufficient wage. All training must be less than 24 months, with an emphasis on 9-12 month programs. WIOA training must be provided through an eligible training provider on the Workforce Inventory of Education and Training system.

How to Get Started

How to get started in 2 easy steps:

Step 1: Complete Application for Training

Step 2: Contact a Career Planner at OhioMeansJobs Wayne County to schedule your one-on-one appointment (330) 264-5060.

Things to Keep in Mind

Things to keep in mind:

Training services provided are determined on a case-by-case basis of eligibility and appropriateness. Not all eligible job seekers submitting Application for Training will receive training services. WIOA is not an entitlement program; an individual may be eligible but not appropriate for WIOA funding. Appropriateness will be determined by a review of barriers, work history, labor market information, and existing skills and interests.



Application for Training

OJT Trainee Application (Used for new employment with skills training)

Application for Training

OJT Trainee Application

Free Workshops

Career Events

Take advantage of our FREE events to build and improve your skills!

There is no charge to attend and everyone is welcome.

Events are available on a first come-first served basis as space allows.

Events are subject to change without prior notice.


Events Calendar

Resume Writing

Resume Writing

Learn the best way to build your resume, so that it stands out from the crowd. This is a hand's-on activity and you will leave with a professional resume in hand.

Bring your resume with you and take it to the next level or build a new resume from scratch.

Provided through partnership with Ohio Department of Job and Family Services


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Ace the interview after attending our Interview activity. You will learn how to navigate trending interview questions, dressing appropriately, and how to best present yourself. Learn what employers want and expect today. Gain new skills and confidence prior to the Interview.

You may practice your new interviewing skills at

Provided through partnership with Goodwill Industries of Wayne and Holmes Counties

Download PowerPoint

Download Mock Interview Questions


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Money Management

Money Management

Business Partnership with Commercial and Savings Bank

Topics include:

  • Creating household budget
  • Recognizing spending habits
  • Importance of knowing credit score

Download Money Management

Microsoft Office Computer Skills

Microsoft Office Computer Skills

Step up to a more satisfying career. Don't let a lack of computer skills hold you down! Meet one-on-one to learn Microsoft Office fundamentals. This is the perfect session for specific Office need; such as Word, Excel, or Publisher. Attend as often as you'd like.

Provided through partnership with Wayne County Public Library

Overcoming Legal Background for New Employment

Overcoming Legal Background for New Employment

Find quality employment with a legal background.

Topics Include:

Provided through partnership with The Counseling Center


Career Counseling

Career Counseling

One-on-one assistance for individuals with low, moderate, and high experience and credentials, as well as labor market information and local in-demand jobs.

Topics include:

  • Career Counseling
  • Skill training information leading to employment
  • Preparing for employment

Provided through partnership with Wayne County Schools Career Center

Digital Knowledge & Skills for your Career Search

Digital Knowledge & Skills for your Career Search

Topics Include:

  • Understanding why job searches are digital
  • How to use digital sources, like, and social media sites for job searching
  • How to fill out online applications
  • How to position your resume for maximum exposure
  • And much more!

Download Job Search

Provided through partnership with Goodwill Industries of Wayne and Holmes Counties



  • Prepare for college and vocational entrance exams
  • Refresh reading, writing, math, and language skills
  • Explore careers that interest you with one-on-one assistance including FAFSA (financial aid) assistance, admissions guidance, and career interest exploration and testing

Provided through partnership with Aspire

Getting Connected with OhioMeansJobs Wayne County

Getting Connected with OhioMeansJobs Wayne County

Receive an overview of services available at OhioMeansJobs Wayne County to get connected through our network of partners.


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Opportunities for Ohioans with Disabilities

Opportunities for Ohioans with Disabilities

Employment and educational resources available to individuals with disabilities.


The OhioMeansJobs center was established to provide a one-stop location where workers may find various tools and programs related to getting and keeping jobs. As a result, many programs and organizations participate within the OhioMeansJobs center to offer career help and other benefits through one central point or location.

Your local OhioMeansJobs-Wayne County center receives federal funds to operate The Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA) to assist individuals with career and training services. WIOA envisions a workforce development system that is customer-focused on both the individual and business by aligning federal and state programs into one comprehensive center. Through the OhioMeansJobs Wayne County center you will have access to a variety of career services through partners, which includes, but not limited to career counseling, budgeting (financial literacy), digital job searching, interviewing, and employment opportunities.