Current Job Openings
For more information, contact our ZBC Personnel Committee at email@example.com.
Career Development and Resources
The Zion Workforce and Careers (ZWC) mission is to assist job seekers to secure information, training, and knowledge that leads to gainful employment. In addition, part of the mission is to provide information and education about opportunities for multiple streams of income. Therefore, available educational tools and information regarding employment and/or streams of income from various business enterprises will be provided. For questions or information, contact Dr. Carol Sills, ZBC career development advisor at firstname.lastname@example.org.
What job seekers need to know
Career & Networking Events
Career Training & Education
14 Major Employers That Offer Part-Time Jobs With Great Benefits
Training and Educational
Goodwill Training Programs
DFCS SNAP Works Program
GoodBIZ! Entrepreneurship Program
Good Transitions: Young Adult
Workforce Development Program
Women in Non-Traditional Occupations
Youth Employment Services
Computer Skills: Basic and Advanced
College Career Catalyst (C3)
Customer Contact Specialist
Floor Technician/Custodial Certification
Healthcare Environmental Services
Technology Career Program
Participants in our job and career training programs will receive assistance with job placement and retention. For more information, go to https://goodwill.org/training-programs/
Career Opportunities for Cobb County Residents!
Construction Ready in a four-week, NCCER nationally accredited, hands-on construction training and certification program. Construction Ready connects students to some of Atlanta's top construction companies, which may lead to YOUR employment in the booming commercial construction industry. Construction Ready is a Background Friendly and Drug-Free program that gets you trained, credentialed and back to work!
Free training at Chattahoochee Technical College in Marietta. Contact Veda White, Student Success Manager, at (404) 692-1542 or email@example.com
Consulting in the New Economy: How to Start, Run, and Grow a Successful Consulting Business (2020 edition).
Cobb County continually looks for residents who want to serve their community by working on election day as a poll worker. Election day poll workers will help set up and open the polling place, greet voters, assist voters, and close the polling place. We are looking for workers who take pride in their work, are patient, take direction well, and pay attention to detail. Qualifications: At least 16 years and older U.S. citizen and can read, write and speak English Resident of Cobb County or employed by Cobb County No prior felony convictions for at least 10 years Trained for each election
Benefits: Get paid to serve your community Unique opportunity to experience the fundamental part of the voting process Cultivate an interest in the election process Work side-by-side with your neighbors Gain resume experience For more information, visit cobbelections.org.