Upcoming Eastside Job Fairs & Hiring Events

More hiring events here (WorkSource)

Start Your Career in East King County!

Just starting out, or looking for your next opportunity? Check out the myriad opportunities available on the Eastside Job Board!

Eastside Job Boards – submit a job, find a job

Eastside Job Board
Job Search | Bothell Kenmore Chamber of Commerce
Covington Chamber of Commerce
Duvall Chamber of Commerce
Issaquah Chamber of Commerce
Maple Valley Black Diamond Chamber of Commerce
Renton Chamber of Commerce

 

Career Assistance for Job Seekers

Bellevue Mini City Hall providers the navigation services to eastside residents looking for career assistance.

Timing: Every Monday, 2:30pm – 4:30pm
Language support: visit the city’s website to see when interpreters are available
Areas of support:

  • Professional Development
  • Career Exploration
  • Job Training
  • Internship/Apprenticeship
  • Job Search

SharedWork

SharedWork

With an approved plan, workers can receive both unemployment insurance and earned wages. For a short time, you can even add new hires to a SharedWork plan, but only through August 27th at 4pm.

SharedWork benefits do not affect your unemployment tax rate through the week ending Sept. 4, 2021: a new state law says businesses won’t be charged anytime the federal government fully funds benefits.

To enroll: Employers submit both the employer application and participant list. Plan specialists are available to support you in completing an eligibility check and in the management of your plan Monday – Friday, 8am-4pm. Call 800-752-2500, option 3. Learn more by attending a Weekly Wednesday SharedWork Q&A live webinar at 8:15 to 9 a.m.

Hospitality Industry - For Employers

Back to Work Toolkit (Washington Hospitality Association)
The workforce shortage is poised to be the next big challenge for the hospitality industry. This toolkit is designed to give you ideas on enticing employees back into hospitality, from tips on recruiting to SharedWork.

Employers revisiting teen workforce to address labor shortage (Washington Hospitality Association)
The current workforce shortage is forcing many in the hospitality industry to rethink their approach to staffing…Nearly all employers will likely need to expand their applicant pool to attract new employees.