Workforce Solutions in Odessa, Midland, Big Spring, Pecos and Fort Stockton are open for in-person services by Appointment only. To make an appointment, Contact us at: (432) 287-5200 or click on schedule appointment. **Notice: 6 Feet Social Distancing and Masks or Face Coverings Required in all Facilities.**
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The Mission of the Permian Basin Workforce Development Board is “investing in the future through jobs and training” here in the Permian Basin.
PBWDB is hiring for a Texas Rising Star Child Care Mentor, For a full job description and requirements, visit workintexas.com and reference Job Order #13984189
The Texas Workforce Commission (TWC) has launched MyTxCareer.com, a new online job search site designed to help Texans quickly register, search for, and apply for jobs available right now in Texas. There are currently more than 500,000 job postings available posted by more than 20,000 employers. MyTXCareer.com provides job seekers a streamlined way to register for WorkInTexas.com, the state’s online job-matching website. This new site is ideal for new users who just need to get back to work and may not need other services or programs offered by the Texas Workforce system. The sites, which are connected, offer access to the same employers and job postings. MyTxCareer.com offers a simpler registration and layout. Users who already have a WorkInTexas.com login should use that to login to MyTXCareer.com. Employers will continue to post jobs on WorkInTexas.com.
UPDATE: The federal government has extended federal unemployment benefits available under the CARES Act for an additional 11 weeks. PUA, PEUC, & FPUC will be available through March 13, 2021. To receive these extended benefits, continue to request payment and complete work search activities while unemployed. Click here for more information
The TWC homepage also provides links to resources and support available through state agencies and their partners – Texas Workforce Commission
TWC Reinstates Work Requirements for Child Care. More information can be found here
The Texas Workforce Commission (TWC) announced that as the Texas economy continues to open TWC will reinstate unemployment work search requirements, which had been suspended since March, but will resume on November 1, 2020. More Information can be found here.
Texas Workforce Commission has partnered with Metrix Learning to help Texas residents brush up on skills to prepare for better employment opportunities. The Metrix online learning platform provides Texans free online job readiness courses. More information can be found here
Workforce centers in Odessa, Midland, Big Spring, Pecos and Fort Stockton are open for in-person services by Appointment only. To make an appointment, please call 432.287.5200 or click here
Child care centers across Texas re-open, workers may apply at any time for TWC’s regular subsidized child care program for low-income families if they meet eligibility requirements. Those in need of assistance or for more information on child care options, click here
2-1-1 Texas Permian Basin is pleased to offer the 2-1-1 Texas Permian Basin Community Directory 2019-2020 online edition. Agencies listed within the Directory are those who wish to be within the 2-1-1 Texas database, and meet our inclusion and exclusion guidelines. While we make every effort to provide current and accurate information changes do occur. For the most current information, please visit 211texas.org or dial 2-1-1.