Browse Job Listings
The American Job Centers receive new job listings from local employers every day. Visit any of our locations to browse through the most recent job postings from employers in your area.
At any time, we have job openings available in a variety of occupations such as administrative, maintenance, business and financial operations, social services, information systems, food and lodging, health care, production, sales, and distribution.
Job seekers can also register at Jobs4TN and search for jobs online.
Use the Resource Room
The Resource Room is equipped with state of the art computers for self-service but staff assistance is available for basic computer instruction. Access the internet for job search activities, use tutorials, research labor market information and newspapers plus more! The Resource Rooms provide a wealth of job search information in one convenient location.
Accessible Computer Technology
Accessible computer technology is available to assist persons with disabilities in their job search activities in the job centers in Chattanooga, Athens, Cleveland, Dayton, Marion, and Tracy City. The Disability Accessible Workstations are adjustable to allow easy wheelchair access and keyboard positioning. Each has special assistive software that is helpful to persons who are challenged by:
- low vision or blindness,
- learning disabilities,
- physical or mobility impairments, or
- deafness or hearing impairments.
Do you have a plan? At the American Job Center, you can meet individually or in groups to obtain career guidance. Learn how to set goals and develop a personal plan of action. Learn what jobs are available in the local area and beyond as well as job growth trends and forecasts. You can also learn how to apply for financial aid to assist you in attending a training institution.
Explore Training Opportunities
Training is available on a limited basis to those who qualify. Review the list of approved training providers in the state of Tennessee by clicking here: Eligible Training Provider List or contact a WIOA Career Specialist at your local job center for more information or stop by your local career center.
Learn about your interests, aptitude, basic skills, work values, personality and more. Assessments may be self-service or staff assisted, and they may be by pencil and paper or computer based. To know where you are will help you know where you can go!
Other Job Seeker Services
Your local American Job Center is the gateway to many more services to assist you in finding a job. You may want to attend a professionally conducted workshop, receive information on filing of unemployment insurance or public assistance, get information on applying for a High School Equivalency Diploma or apply for a Pell grant.