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Sutter One Stop

Job Seekers

Job Central
Job seekers can access a wide range of free services in our Job Central office. Internet access is offered for online job searching. Staff assistance is available to help those job seekers with job search activities such as developing resumes, completing applications, accessing labor market information, skills testing and the ability to obtain certificates of achievement and providing referrals to other agencies and services as needed. For a complete listing of services available in Job Central, click here.

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CalJOBS is website with many employment tools. You may access the site from any location 24 hours a day, seven days a week. It allows you to search for jobs with various companies all in one place. You are able to create an account and post your resume online to apply for most positions. The system will also track your job search efforts. You can even utilize the Virtual Recruiter feature to have the system search for jobs for you!

CalJOBS is more than a Job Board. It also has career tools to allow you to effectively find jobs that match you skills and interests. For those that find they have a significant skills gap, the system will point to available training programs and funding sources. Additionally, the system will allow you to review the labor market in any local area, occupation or industry.

Job Search and Placement
In addition to the services available in Job Central, individuals may also receive one-on-one services from a staff member. These services may include skills assessments, job search assistance, resume development, interview skills and coaching, job referrals and much more. After a successful job placement, follow-up services are available to maximize your continued success in the workplace.
*Must meet eligibilty requirements

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Labor Market Information (LMI)
LMI is extremely useful for someone seeking a specific employment opportunity or researching the options for a new career directions. LMI includes industry trends for growth and decline, the numbers and locations of job opening, skills needed, education and training requirements and prevailing wage data. LMI from local, regional and government agencies provide valuable information to assist you in making sound employment decisions

Explore these websites for LMI:  America’s Career Infonet, Bureau of Labor Statistics, Career GPS, EDD Labor Market Information or O*NET Online.

Career Assessment and Planning
One Stop staff can assist individuals develop short term or long-term career goals. Utilizing a variety of assessment tools, staff can help identify your current state of work readiness and then provide options for choosing and achieving new directions.

Classroom Training
Whether you want to pursue new vocational skills, upgrade your existing skills, pursue a GED or learn how to deal with issues affecting you in the workplace, we can provide you with information on the available training opportunities. Eligible individuals may qualify to receive limited financial assistance for work related training.

On-the-Job Training (OJT)
Not all work related training takes place in a classroom. There are many occupations for which classroom training is not available. Through the OJT program, eligible candidates may be placed in training positions with eligible businesses to learn the hands on skills. Unlike classroom training, the OJT trainee earns a wage while learning new career skills. 

Transitional Partnership Program

Transitional Partnership Program (TPP) is designed to enhance collaboration between the State
Department of Rehabilitation (DOR) and Sutter County Superintendent of Schools/One Stop and is established as cooperative program between these two agencies. The goal of program is to provide a blending of employment services to youth & adults who meet eligibility requirements. There are many projects operating statewide from a combined funding base provided through the State Department of Rehabilitation and local Educational agencies. Our local program has been in operation since 1991.

TPP serves individuals who meet the eligibility with Department of Rehabilitation and provides
employment services and training assistance. The TPP Specialist assists clients in achieving employment &/or educational goal determined by the consumer and Rehabilitation counselor. Some of the services provided may include: job search strategies, resume writing, interviewing techniques, application preparation, individualized job placement services and workshops.

TPP provides coordinated services through a partnership with the Workforce Innovation & Opportunity Act (WIOA), WorkAbility I, Adult Education Regional Occupational Programs (ROP), and the California Department of Rehabilitation (DOR) for youth & adults to reach self-sufficiency and attain employment. Follow-up services are also provided to ensure that a successful relationship exists between our agency and the employee, and the employer.