+ The St. Charles Chamber of Commerce Job Bank is just one of several organizations that provides help with your job search. Whether you are an employer seeking to fill a position or someone looking for a job, we offer information and listings for both. Please click the box above to access current chamber member job postings.
+ The St. Charles Public Library provides databases and guides as an easy-to-use resource for job seekers, including resume and cover letter builders, information about careers, and online job hunting. Registered patrons of the Library also have access to:
Career Guidance Center
Information on more than 3,300 jobs in 94
industries. Includes sample resumes and cover letters, and tips on interviewing.
Also includes 48,000 scholarships and internships.
Provides interactive practice tests, including the SAT,
ACT, GED, civil service, military, real estate, teacher certification, and more.
Also includes computer skills training and United States citizenship.
For professionals in sales and marketing or anyone
researching specific industries. Job seekers and professionals in human
resources and recruiting will appreciate the Job Seekers Center.
+ The mission of the Tri-City Unemployment Group is to provide an opportunity to network, offer presentations on the job search process, to develop skills, and provide resource materials.
Meetings are at Bethlehem Lutheran Church every other Monday night from 6:30 to 9:00 p.m.
Any employer or job seeker in St. Charles, Geneva or Batava, Illinois, is welcome to post a job opening or resume on this job board.
For further information please contact TUG, at 630 631-1871 or email email@example.com.
+ Illinois Department of Employment Security is a direct link to Illinois workforce services: job placement and referrals, unemployment insurance, employment and training programs, career and labor market information.
There are also valuable resources available for both individuals and business, as well as, information on High Growth Key Sector industries. http://www.ides.state.il.us
+ The Kane County Department of Employment & Education (KCDEE) receives state and federal funding to administer workforce development services in Kane, DeKalb, and Kendall Counties in Illinois. KCDEE provides services and resources for eligible adults, dislocated workers, and youth in support of developing a world-class talent pool for area businesses. http://www.kcdee.org/
KCDEE offers a variety of resources for job hunters, employers and the youth workforce.
Anyone contemplating a career change, needing assistance in updating their resume or job skills, or those who are just getting started in the workforce can sign up for workshops. All of these services are offered in partnership through the Illinois workNet Centers (see addresses below). You may also find a center or services near you by checking http://www.illinoisworknet.com
Additionally, there is an Incumbent Worker Training grant available to business to assist them with upgrading the skills of their employees. For more information about how your business could receive a grant up to $15k for employee training, link to http://www.kcdee.org/ARRA.html and click Incumbent Worker Training. Or you may call 630-859-9923 x 2 to schedule an appointment.
- help you find your talents
- help you set career goals
- offer tools to help you find employment
- provide adult mentoring
- provide guidance and counseling
- assist with obtaining your GED or returning to school
1 Smoketree Business Park, Ste. A.
N. Aurora, IL 60542
Phone - 630-966-1435
FAX - 630-966-1172
Elgin workNet Center
30 DuPage Court
Elgin, IL 60120
Phone - 847-888-7900
Eastside Aurora Affiliate Center
501 College Ave.
Aurora, IL 60505
Phone - 630-978-9396
FAX - 630-978-9546
De Kalb workNet Center
1701 E. Lincoln Hwy.
DeKalb, IL 60115
Phone - 815-756-4893
FAX - 815-756-1051
North Aurora workNet Center
2 Smoketree Plaza
N. Aurora, IL 60542
Phone - 630-844-6640
FAX - 630-897-7953
Yorkville Affiliate Center
811 W. John St.
Yorkville, IL 60560
Phone - 630-553-8305
FAX - 630-553-8645