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Your Future Starts Here

Looking for a job? Workforce West Virginia stands ready to help kick-start your future career and offers a number of resource assistance opportunities throughout every step of the job-searching process. Your bright future is just five steps away.

Step #1: Get your high school diploma or equivalent

All industry and skilled jobs require a high school diploma. If you already have your diploma, move onto Step #2. If you do not have a diploma, you will need to pass the high school equivalency test. Contact your local Workforce West Virginia office for information on how to prepare, study and register.

Step #2: Identify your skills and learn job-etiquette

Unsure of what career path to take? Identify your skills to find jobs that better align with your areas of expertise and what you enjoy. Workforce West Virgnia offers job-seekers career assessments to help match your strengths with career paths. Local offices also have information to help you brush up on key workplace etiquette practices, like appropriate dress and time management.

Step #3: Earn a certificate, degree or license

When the time comes to get the qualifications you need, Workforce West Virgnia can help connect you with education programs and skilled-training opportunities in your local community. Simply call or stop by your local office for more specific information.
 
Let's Train WV

Long-term unemployed? You may qualify to receive paid on-the-job training fora stable, well-paying job in West Virginia's top career fields, such as manufacturing, oil and natural gas, healthcare and many more. To determine whether or not you are eligible, take this short quiz.

Step #4: Polish your job-seeking skills

No matter the business, industry or job at hand, Workforce West Virginia will help you polish your skills and prepare you for future job interviews. Local offices offer free assistance with resume and cover letter presentation, practice interviews, interview prep and computer access to conduct research and prepare your materials.

Step #5: Find and secure a stable, well-paying job

It's now time to put your new skills and information to the test. Kick-off your job search via the Workforce West Virginia employment database. Here, you will find the largest record of available jobs in West Virginia. Call or stop by your local Workforce West Virginia office to receive additional information on the current job market, scheduled job fairs and upcoming workshops.

Featured Jobs

(Updated 9/24/15)

 

Barboursville:
General Manager, Barboursville ($50,000/yr)
Assistant Manager, Barboursville ($40,000/yr)

 

Beckley:
Assistant Manager, Beckley ($40,000/yr)
General Manager, Beckley ($50,000/yr)
Electrical Foreman, Beckley ($15.00/hr)
Shuttle Driver, Beckley ($16.00/hr)

 

Charleston:
General Manager, Charleston ($ 50,000/yr)
Assistant Manager, Charleston ($40,000/yr)
Welder, Charleston ($19.00/hr)
Nurse, Charleston ($23.00/hr)
Lead Roofer, Charleston ($15.00/hr)

 

Clarksburg:
General Manager, Clarksburg ($ 50,000/yr)
Assistant Manager, Clarksburg ($40,000/yr)
Virtualization Engineer, Clarksburg ($105,000/yr)
Truck Drivers, Charleston ($40,000/yr)
LPN/CNA, Clarksburg ($17.00/hr)

 

Elkins:
General Manager, Elkins ($50,000/yr)
Assistant Manager, Elkins ($40,000/yr)

 

Eskdale:
Underground Miner, Eskdale ($24.75/hr)
Fireboss, Eskdale ($26.46/hr)

 

Falling Waters:
Service Desk Technician, Falling Waters ($15.00/hr)

 

Fairmont:
LPN, Fairmont ($22.00/hr)

 

Frametown:
Laborers, Frametown ($20.00/hr)

 

Hamlin:
Worksite Supervisor—Storm Cleanup, Hamlin ($19.00/hr)

 

Hillsboro:
Counselor Aide, Hillsboro ($15.11/hr)

 

Huntington:
Assistant Manager, Huntington ($40,000/yr)
General Manager, Huntington ($50,000/yr)
Estimator/ Project Manager, Huntington ($42,000.00/yr)
Licensed Practical Nurse, Huntington ($15.00/hr)
Assistant Manager—Call Center, Huntington ($16.11/hr)
Insurance Sales, Huntington ($40,000/yr)

 

Hurricane:
General Manager, Hurricane ($50,000/yr)
Assistant Manager, Hurricane ($40,000)

 

Lewisburg:
General Manager, Lewisburg ($50,000/yr)
Assistant Manager, Lewisburg ($40,000/yr)

Martinsburg:
Programmer, Martinsburg ($40000.00/yr)
Maintenance Mechanic, Martinsburg ($18.00/hr)
OJT Insurance Agent, Martinsburg ($15.00/hr)

 

Mineral Wells:
Auto Mechanic, Mineral Wells (15.00/hr)

 

Moorefield:
Maintenance Manager, Moorefield ($16.00/hr)
Farm Manager, Moorefield ($16.00/hr)

 

Montgomery:
CNC Manual Machinist, Montgomery ($16.00/hr)

 

Morgantown:
Sales Representative, Morgantown ($ 52,039.00/yr)
Heavy Diesel Mechanic, Morgantown ($19.00/hr)
HVAC/R Technician, Morgantown ($15.00/hr)
Miner Operator, Morgantown ($25.50/hr)
Driver Merchandiser, Morgantown ($160.50/day)

 

New Haven:
Assistant Construction Manager, New Haven ($15.00/hr)

 

Parkersburg:
Mail Carrier, Parkersburg ($25.00/hr)
HVAC Technician, Parkersburg ($15.00/hr)
LPN Part Time, Parkersburg ($15.00/hr)
RN, Parkersburg ($22.00/hr)
Sales Manager Trainee- Insurance, Parkersburg ($40,000.00/yr)

 

Princeton:
General Manager, Princeton ($50,000/yr)
Assistant Manager, Princeton ($40,000/yr)

 

Ravenswood:
A/C Specialist, Ravenswood ($21.51/hr)
Electrician, Ravenswood ($21.51/hr)
Millwright, Ravenswood ($21.51/hr)
Fabricator, Ravenswood ($ 21.51/hr)
Machinists, Ravenswood ($ 21.12/hr)
IT Helpdesk, Ravenswood ($15.00/hr)
Visual Basic Programmer, Ravenswood ($35.00/hr)

 

Sistersville:
Nurse, Sistersville ($22.00/hr)

 

Snowshoe:
Rental Manager, Snowshoe ($32000/yr)

 

Summersville:
Assistant Manager, Summersville ($40,000/yr)

 

Triadelphia:
Assistant Manager, Triadelphia ($40,000/yr)
General Manager, Triadelphia ($50,000/yr)

 

Vienna:
General Manager, Vienna ($50,000/yr)
Assistant Manager, Vienna ($40,000/yr)
Sales representative, Vienna ($52039.00/yr)
Restaurant Manager, Vienna ($38,000/yr)

 

Welch:
Worksite Supervisor, Welch ($19.00/hr)
Certified Mine Electrician, Welch ($20.00/hr)

 

Wheeling:
Industrial Sandblaster and Painters, Wheeling ($15.00/hr)

 

White Sulpher Springs:
Carpenters, White Sulpher Springs ($15.00/hr)
Painter, White Sulpher Springs ($15.00/hr)
Electrician, White Sulpher Springs ($15.00/hr)

 

Williamson:
Power Lineman, Williamson ($15.00/hr)

 

 

CDL Positions

Class A

 

Arden:
Truck Driver, Arden ($15.00/hr)

 

Belmont:
Truck Driver Class A CDL, Belmont ($17.00/hr)

 

Benwood:
Driver, Benwood ($17.00/hr)

 

Bridgeport:
Class A CDL Drivers Wanted, Bridgeport ($50,000.00/yr)

 

Cabin Creek:
Class A CDL Coal Truck Driver 03 04 or 07 Mine Cert, Cabin Creek ($15.00/hr)

 

Charleston:
Temp Seasonal Class A Driver, US Mail Contractor, Charleston ($23.44/hr)

 

Fairmont:
Class A CDL Truck Driver, Fairmont ($16.00)
Regional CDL Driver, Fairmont ($60,000/yr)

 

Martinsburg:
Class A CDL Driver US Mail, Martinsburg ($18.86/hr)

 

Moorefield:
Truck Driver/ CDL A, Moorefield ($16.50/hr)
Live Haul Loader Operator, Class A CDL, Moorefield ($16.50/hr)

 

Parkersburg:
Class A OTR Truck Driver, Parkersburg
Class “A” CDL Local Truck Driver, Parkersburg ($700.00/wk)
Bus Driver, Parkersburg ($16.08/hr)
CDL Class A Truck Driver, Parkersburg ($15.00/hr)

 

Ranson:
Delivery Representative, Ranson ($18.00/hr)

 

 

Class “B”

 

Morgantown:
Triaxle Dump Truck Driver, Morgantown ($16.00/hr)

 

Summersville:
Coal Truck Driver, Summersville ($16.00/hr)

 

Williamstown:
Class B OTR Water Truck Driver, Williamstown ($15.00/hr)

 

 

Class “A” or “B”

 

Bridgeport:
Vac Truck Driver, Bridgeport ($18.00/hr)

 

Jane Lew:
DOT Vacuum Truck Driver, Jane Lew ($17.00/hr)
CDL- Truck Driver, Jane Lew ($17.00/hr)

 

Mineral Wells:
Vac Truck Driver, Mineral Wells ($18.00/hr)

 

St. Marys:
CDL Driver, St. Marys ($17.00/hr)

 

List of current Certified WV TAA petitions

The following is a list of current Certified WV TAA petitions. If you are unsure if your company has been certified under WV TAA , please contact the State TAA office at 1-877-967-5498 or 304-558-8414.

85483

SMC Electrical Products Inc

85353

Rain CII Carbon LLC

85227

The Fenton Art Glass Company

85086

Bayer CropScience LP

85054

Almeda Inc

83347

Koppers Inc

83186

Ruskin Company

83121

Parkersburg Bedding Company LLC

83034

West Point Products Acquisition LLC

83033

Felman Production LLC

82935

Chrome Deposit Corporation

82724

Saint-Gobain Ceramics Inc

82165

Hostess Beckley

82165

Hostess Fairmont

82165

Hostess Huntington

82165

Hostess Wheeling

82091

T-Shirt International Inc

81937

Clearon Corporation

81880

RG Steel Wheeling LLC

81880

Mountain State Carbon LLC Follansbee

81879

RG Steel Wheeling LLC Beech Bottom WV

81679

INC Research

81342

Graphtech International Holdings Inc

81237

TRG Customer Solutions

81143

Armstrong Hardwood Flooring

81021

Bayer CropScience LP

Job Seekers

Your Future Starts Here

Looking for a job? Workforce West Virginia stands ready to help kick-start your future career and offers a number of resource assistance opportunities throughout every step of the job-searching process. Your bright future is just five steps away.

Step #1: Get your high school diploma or equivalent

All industry and skilled jobs require a high school diploma. If you already have your diploma, move onto Step #2. If you do not have a diploma, you will need to pass the high school equivalency test. Contact your local Workforce West Virginia office for information on how to prepare, study and register.

Step #2: Identify your skills, assessments, and learn job-etiquette

Unsure of what career path to take? Identify your skills to find jobs that better align with your areas of expertise and what you enjoy. Workforce West Virginia offers job-seekers career assessments, personality appraisals to help match your strengths with career paths. Local offices also have information to help you brush up on key workplace etiquette practices, like appropriate dress and time management.

Step #3: Earn a certificate, degree or license

When the time comes to get the qualifications you need, Workforce West Virgnia can help connect you with education programs and skilled-training opportunities in your local community. Simply call or stop by your local office for more specific information.

Aircraft Structures Training Program is a successful 8-week class to prepare individuals for a new career in airframe repair and assembly, in collaboration with local aerospace companies actively hiring entry-level workers.


Let's Train WV

Long-term unemployed? You may qualify to receive paid on-the-job training fora stable, well-paying job in West Virginia's top career fields, such as manufacturing, oil and natural gas, healthcare and many more. To determine whether or not you are eligible, take this short quiz.

Step #4: Polish your job-seeking skills

No matter the business, industry or job at hand, Workforce West Virginia will help you polish your skills and prepare you for future job interviews. Local offices offer free assistance with resume and cover letter presentation, practice interviews, interview prep and computer access to conduct research and prepare your materials.

Step #5: Find and secure a stable, well-paying job

It's now time to put your new skills and information to the test. Kick-off your job search via the Workforce West Virginia employment database. Here, you will find the largest record of available jobs in West Virginia. Call or stop by your local Workforce West Virginia office to receive additional information on the current job market, scheduled job fairs and upcoming workshops.

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