Helping employers and job seekers throughout Washington, Greene and Beaver counties

About Us

created in 1999 as a result of the Workforce Investment Act, a major piece of legislation that overhauled the nation’s federally-funded employment and training programs.

Workforce Delivery System

There are 4 PA CareerLinks® in the Southwest Corner. The centers all offer a full range of services to employers & job seekers. Visit the PA CareerLink® for all employment needs.

Resources

We contract with WIA Title I providers to deliver services to jobseekers and employers. These companies offer many services to residents of the Southwest Corner.

Community Announcements

JOB OPENING

Executive Director – PA Workforce Development Association

Non-profit association representing Pennsylvania’s workforce development professionals seeks an Executive Director to lead the organization and oversee operations, including but not limited to, administrative and financial oversight, staffing and HR supervision, and budgeting.  The executive director will interact with and represent the interests of the board and serve as chief liaison to state and federal government agencies and as government affairs representative.  Minimum requirements:  BA/BS degree in education, business management, public administration or related field plus three to five years as chief administrator or director in a similar environment. Excellent verbal, written and public speaking skills required along with knowledge of and experience in workforce development programs.

Full job description available at: https://www.pawork.org/job-resources/#jobs or can be found here

Email cover letter, resume and writing sample by November 21 to: Susan Snelick at [email protected]; and Susan Whisler at [email protected].

More About Southwest Corner WDB

Other responsibilities include compiling local labor market information, selecting qualified organizations to operate WIA Title I programs, certifying training providers and programs that prepare individuals for high priority occupations, negotiating local performance standards, and convening industry cluster partnerships to address common workforce concerns facing employers.