OhioMeansJobs Richland County is free and open to the public.
These services are available at no charge during our regular business hours.
There is a wealth of valuable tools on this site that you can use to search for a job or to upgrade your skills, including practice tests for your GED and the NCRC certificate. Have fun and explore the many excellent tools available here!
Take advantage of our Workshops to build and improve your skills! There is no charge to attend and everyone is welcome! Pre-registration is not required unless noted and workshops are available on a first come first served basis as space allows. Workshops are subject to change without prior notice.
Are you a self-starter? Learn online at your own pace and convenience and best of all, at no charge! Check out the following links:
Career Coaches through OhioMeansJobs Richland County offer one-on-one assistance to job seekers who qualify. Career coaches can help job seekers write a better resume and cover letter, find jobs and access resources, such as transportation assistance. To be assigned a career coach, job seekers must first qualify and attend an orientation.
Give us a call or stop by our office to see if you qualify!
183 Park Ave East, Mansfield, OH 44902
OhioMeansJobs Richland County is open to all Richland County residents. The highest priority is placed on serving dislocated workers, individuals with barriers to employment and veterans, but anyone searching for a job in the Mansfield region can benefit from OhioMeansJobs Richland County services.
Through the Workforce Innovative Opportunity Act (WIOA) the goals of Workforce Development staff are to assist you with obtaining employment. We will work together with you to create a resume, job search and practice your interviewing skills. We will listen to your interests and goals to provide guidance as to what steps can be taken to meet your occupational goals. If gainful employment cannot be located after working intensively with your career advisor, then your career advisor may suggest pursuing a short term training program of 2 years or less. To learn more, register for a WIOA orientation at ohiomeansjobs.com. During the WIOA orientation session you can expect to learn an overview of the services and requirements.