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IL Dept. of Commerce & Economic Opportunity – Office of Employment and Training / Illinois workNet is launching a new, online website platform created to attract and remotely connect employers seeking qualified applicants with job seekers looking for long-term employment.

Where is this located?

https://www.illinoisworknet.com/  The Illinois workNet® platform is a proven technology that connects workforce and economic allies with seamless and real-time access to workforce development resources aimed at individuals, employers, and workforce/education partners throughout the state to innovate, collaborate, expand and grow.

Who is this for?

Employers looking for a free and easy way to advertise and connect remotely with qualified job applicants and schedule a personalized web-based presentation/job fair event to connect and fill job openings. Job Seekers looking for a free and easy way to remotely learn, interact directly with employer human resource coordinators, and apply for jobs available right now.

Please Click Here for more information

Please see the attached flyer dedicated to the WIOA grant. For those who may not know, The Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act Grant (WIOA) is a federally funded grant geared towards assisting individuals with gaining the proper experience necessary to become skilled professionals in these days and times. Through this grant, we can provide support to individuals 18 years of age and older with their educational goals, gaining career skills through career-focused workshops and also funding. We provide funding for training up to $10,000  for covered programs. This grant comes at no cost outside of investing time in completing our multi-stage intake process.  SU20 WIOA WORKS FLYER

 


Children’s Home & Aid is hiring Early Head Start: Home Visitors, Family Support Specialists, Doulas.  

  • Home Visitor: Meet with families with children 0-3 years of age; partner with parents to facilitate developmental activities, complete assessments, and build on family strengths. Associate’s Degree in early childhood education required.
  • Family Support Specialist: Recruit and enroll eligible families in Early Head Start services; provide parents with ongoing comprehensive support, including linkage to relevant community resources. Bachelor’s Degree in a human services field required.
  • Doula: Provide birth assistance, education, and physical and emotional training and support to pregnant moms, from the third trimester, through labor and postpartum. Bachelor’s Degree in a human services field required.
  • Family Support Supervisor: Oversee a team of Family Support Specialists who provide services to families in DeKalb, Boone, and Grundy Counties.  Bachelor’s Degree plus four years’ experience or Master’s Degree plus two years’ experience required.
  • Home-Based Early Childhood Education Supervisor:  Oversee home-based early childhood education services. Bachelor’s Degree in Early Childhood Education or a closely-related field, plus three years’ home visiting experience required.

We are thrilled to have expanded our coverage area to serve families in DeKalb, Boone, and Grundy Counties. Join our growing team today! Bilingual candidates strongly encouraged to apply!

Visit our website:  https://www.childrenshomeandaid.org/careers/

Or contact us:  join_our_team@childrenshomeandaid.org

Opportunity House is Hiring!

WORK FOR OH

Current Positions Available:
All positions require Direct Support Professional (DSP) training, which is offered on-site and is paid.

  • (#48) Full-time, Residential Trainer/DSP, 36 hours/week, Thursday 3:00pm to Saturday 7:00pm, sleep-over position.
  • (#47) Full-time, Residential Trainer/DSP, 36 hours/week, Thursday 4:00pm to Saturday 8:00pm, sleep-over position.
  • (#46) Part-time, Residential Trainer/DSP, 12 hours/week, Saturday 10:00am to Sunday 6:00pm, every other weekend, sleep-over position.
  • (#45) Part-time, Residential Trainer/DSP, 18 hours/weekend, Friday 11:30pm to Saturday 9:00am, Saturday 11:30 pm to Sunday 9:00am., every other weekend.
  • (#44) Full-time, Residential Trainer/DSP, 37. 5 hours/week, Thursday, Friday and Saturday 7:00am – 8:00pm.
  • (#27) Part-time, Residential Trainer/DSP, 28 hours/week, Monday, Wednesday through Friday 3:00pm to 8:00pm, Saturday 3:00pm – 11:30pm.
  • (#41) Full-time, Residential Trainer/DSP, 35 hours/week, Sundays 3:30pm-11:30pm, Wed-Fri 11:30pm-8:30am.
  • (#36) Part-time, Residential Trainer/DSP, 7.5 hours/week, Saturday & Sunday 10:00am-6:00pm, every other weekend.
  • (SUB) Substitute staff needed for 1st, 2nd, & 3rd shift. Must meet a monthly minimum hour requirement. Pick up shifts as you are available!

To apply for a job at Opportunity House:

  1. Click the link below and fill out the employment application. This form does not work on cell-phones, so it is recommended to use a computer.
  2. Save the completed application to your computer.
  3. Email the application to jobs@ohinc.org
  4. If you do not have access to a computer, stop by our main building to fill out a paper form. 357 N. California St., Sycamore, IL 60178.
An Equal Opportunity Employer That Offers A Drug Free Workspace “It is our policy to comply with all applicable laws prohibiting discrimination in employment based on race, age, color, sex, religion, national origin, or other protected classes, in all our employment practices, and to hire only U.S. Citizens or aliens lawfully authorized to work in the United States.”

 

Operator I  II

Join IDEAL INDUSTRIES, INC in building an IDEAL world through creating industry-leading, category-changing products.

  • Full time, 2nd & 3rd shift
  • Comprehensive wages
  • Stable hours
  • Growth opportunities
  • Clean environment
  • Optional overtime
  • Comprehensive benefits:
    • Health Insurance
    • Dental Insurance
    • Vision Insurance
    • Tuition Reimbursement
    • 401(k) With 4% Match
    • Cash Balance Pension
    • 10 Paid Holidays
    • Wellness Programs

IDEAL INDUSTRIES, INC. is a global, growing multi-national corporation creating some of the world’s most innovative technology.

 

 


School Teachers

If you have an outgoing personality and love kids, then DeKalb Community Unit School District #428 is looking for you!

They have immediate openings for

  • Special Education Teachers
  • Substitute Teachers
  • Substitute Paraprofessionals

To apply visit hr.d428.org/employmn or call 815-754-2350 for more information.

 

 

 


Community Engagement Coordinator

 

DeKalb, IL 60115 (North 5th Ward area)  Temporarily remote

$35,000 – $38,000 a year
  • The Community Engagement Coordinator is responsible for relationship management of accounts and organizations for Kishwaukee United Way (KUW), with the support…

 


Link to Summer 2021 Internships at ComEd

2021 Summer Internship Jobs Fliers_ComEd

 


We are looking for an experienced diesel truck technician for our locations in DeKalb and Waterman. The candidate must have experience in repairing semi-trucks and trailers.

Go to www.superiordiesel.com/employment to download the application.”

 


The DeKalb Chamber of Commerce is offering weekly webinars.  Check out the website-https://www.dekalb.org/

 

IMEC is offering a series of webinars of tools and procedures for this time of uncertainty-link to the IMEC webinars


Important Information for our Manufacturers from IMEC

NEW-Advanced Manufacturing Technology Services!

 



December “Hindsight is 2020” Webinar Series from IMEC

 

Manufacturing month may be over, but the march to ignite manufacturing careers in Illinois remains. Throughout the month of October, manufacturers shared how the industry has impacted their lives, in an effort to raise awareness of the many opportunities in manufacturing and to inspire the next generation of the workforce to join an indispensable industry.

Let IMEC be your trusted resource for all aspects of your business.  View the complete list of events on the IMEC Events Page, or scroll below to register today!

 

The Help You Need, NOW!

Every day seems to present a new challenge for manufacturers. At IMEC, we have launched several new ways to help Illinois manufacturers get the support and answers they need quickly.

Those resources include:

  • Illinois Manufacturing Helpline – Need quick, credible responses to urgent questions and concerns? Submit them to the Helpline and an expert will address your concern in as little as one business day!
  • Manufacturers Discussion Forum – An opportunity to share best practices and solutions with − and ask questions of − other leaders and experts who are experiencing and overcoming similar crisis-related challenges.
  • Supplier Preparedness Support – There are over 20 critical supplies needed to respond to COVID-19. If your company currently does or can quickly begin production, please let us know. This information will be shared with critical stakeholders such as the US Department of Commerce, DCEO, and the Illinois Manufacturers’ Association.
  • Match with a Supplier – Resource for companies experiencing supply chain disruptions and looking for suppliers to fill their needs.
  • Complimentary Webinars – The COVID-19 Response Webinar Series features sessions to help Illinois manufacturers address the challenges and concerns in this ever-changing situation. The featured topics are informed by questions submitted to the Illinois Manufacturing Helpline and feedback from manufacturers.
  • COVID-19 Blog Collection – Timely articles related to the best ways to respond COVID-19, written by IMEC experts and industry partners. Topics range from supply chain planning, cybersecurity, employment law, marketing, safety practices, tips and highlights from the Illinois Manufacturing Helpline, and more.
  • COVID-19 News & Updates Page – Updated resources, news, webinar downloads, and tools.

We encourage you to take advantage of these valuable resources and share them with your industry peers. IMEC has always stood for helping manufacturers overcome challenges and forge new paths to success. And, with this crisis on hand, we couldn’t be prouder to serve Illinois manufacturers.

Let us know how we can help!

Contact the Helpline!

 

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Quick help for our manufacturers

Our manufacturers are facing complicated challenges right now and need all the support they can get.

The recently launched Illinois Manufacturing Helpline is available for manufacturers to get in touch with an expert who can address their questions or concerns within one business day.

We encourage you to share this valuable resource with your manufacturers to provide an extra avenue of help in their time of need. As we are all learning the “new normal,” let us continue to be a source of support for our manufacturers, so they can continue to be a rock for their communities.

If you would like to collaborate on this initiative to help our manufacturers respond to business disruptions, please do not hesitate to get in touch!

Contact Kristy Johns for more details

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DeKalb Workforce Development Office

IMPORTANT NOTICE

Due to heightened risks associated with the COVID-19 virus, the Kane County Office of Community Reinvestment – Workforce Development Division – is not accepting walk-in visitors at this time.

Please contact our offices via phone or email (North AuroraDeKalbYorkville) to schedule your visit. Based on guidance provided by the State of Illinois, you will be asked several questions aimed at confirming your health status prior to receiving an appointment.

All Resource Rooms (North Aurora, DeKalb, and Yorkville) are temporarily closed.  If you wish to leave a message for general assistance you can call 630-966-1435, ext. 40082.

Thank you for your cooperation with this temporary protocol. We apologize for any inconvenience resulting from these measures. Our #1 goal is to ensure the safety of both our staff and the public we serve.

nspeizio-depaz@kish.edu

lkocjan@kish.edu

agould14753@kish.edu

jdunbar@kish.edu

abriggs2@kish.edu

Stay safe as we make our way through this time!

Aaron Briggs

Kishwaukee College
DeKalb Workforce Development Office

650 N. Peace Road, Suite B

DeKalb, Illinois 60115

Direct: 815-901-0177 Ext. 250

abriggs2@kish.edu

www.kish.edu

Twitter: @DekalbworkDev

Facebook: Dekalbworkdev

 

Work from Home Resources by DCNP

Free Resources for those who are working from home

DCNP November Webinars and Resources

 

Important information from Manpower-Sycamore

Manpower website here