- Provides employment information for residents in the state of West Virgina
- Partnered with American Job Center Network
- Main purpose of the service is to help a registered user find a job in the State of West Virgina
From the WVUC site:
“Our local offices throughout the state offer one-on-one assistance, as well as the largest database of jobs in the state so you can screen employment opportunities online. We can help you with training or education to prepare you for a new or upgraded position… Find assistance in looking for a new job or to help you move up the ladder! We can help you prepare a resume and cover letter, and coach you on interview skills. If you’re not sure about the next step in your career, we can help you identify your interests and skills to find an occupation that best suits you.”
WorkForce West Virgina is an equal opportunity employer and questions regarding the site/service can be directed to 1-800-252-JOBS (5627). Job seekers can search for a job by type of job, county of jurisdiction, license required or job title. All job listing represents all of the active job openings in the WVUC database.
Job seekers can also perform the following activities on the site:
- Find and maintain Job
- File a claim
- Check out the most popular jobs in the state
- Search Workforce Jobs
- View different career fields
- WorkKeys testing schedule
- View licensing boards in West Virginia
The service also provides information in regards to filing for unemployment benefits in the state of West Virginia. To file a claim the resident must visit their West Virginia UC Claims office anytime between 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday-Thursday and 9:00 a.m.-5 p.m. on Friday. Claim offices are closed on all Federal and State Holidays to include Christmas, New Years Day and Veterans Day. When filing a claim in the state of West Virgina be sure to bring the claimants social security card, a Government issued photo ID and for military members a DD214.