September 2022

A monthly resource for job leads, training opportunities, and career advancement

All Recovery Occupations have experienced a minimal negative impact on employment during the pandemic or have projected growth through 2022 and pay $15.00 or more an hour. Critically, most are middle-skill jobs or low-skill entry points into career paths with opportunities for advancement. These jobs require workers to have educational attainment of an Associate’s degree or less.

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Recovery Occupation Job Alerts!

Apply today at www.pacareerlink.pa.gov

(Simply copy and paste the job number into the "Job Keyword" box here)

Always Best Care Senior Services

Front Desk Receptionist #16892436

2nd Shift Scheduling Coordinator #16892726

Mid-shift Scheduling Coordinator #16970408

Marquis Health Services

+ 10 Positions in Job Cart!

Registered Nurse RN Supervisor #17543000

Social Worker #17543005

Social Worker Assistant #17543008

Greater Love Home

Health Care, Inc

Personal Care Assistant #17477756

HR Administrative Assistant #17013612

Plastic Manufacturers, Inc.

Entry Level Machine Operator #17086600

Jeffery A. Miller Catering, Co. 

Warehouse Associate #16733964

Kitchen Prep #16733806

Uniform/Linen Specialist #16733792

Comcast Corporation

(All Remote Positions)

Inbound Sales #17325107

Telesales Representative #17325335

Outbound Business Sales Reps #17536375

Brightside Academy

Lead Teacher- Pre-K #16970356

Lead Teacher- Head Start #16970368

Assistant Academy Director #16970382

Children's Village

Entry Level Teaching Staff #17013174

Wait, there's more!

For a full list of current job opportunities, click here.

Client Success

Community Life Improvement Program - CLIP

PA CareerLink® Philadelphia partnered with the City of Philadelphia CLIP Program to help career seekers secure full-time employment.

The CLIP program helps Philadelphians make the City a nicer place to live. To learn more about this important work, click here.

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Upskill & Training Opportunities

Are you ready to start a new career or advance in your field?  

Explore free or low-cost training across a variety of occupations and industries offered through the PA CareerLink® Philadelphia. Complete the Interest Form or speak with your Workforce Advisor to learn about eligibility and how to get started.

IT programs:


Healthcare programs:

Life science program:


Skilled trade programs:

Want to build skills for a different job or industry?

Explore our vocational training calendar for other occupations and industries. 

Apply for Training Opportunities

PA CareerLink® & Partner Resources

Dislocated Worker Program

Who is Eligible?

Current PA CareerLink® customers who are already registered as Dislocated workers within any of the five counties are eligible. New customers are also eligible as long as they qualify as Dislocated workers. 

Participants and referral partners can send referrals to careerdw@pacareerlinkphl.org

  • One-on-One Job Search Assistance
  • Resume Development and Support
  • Individualized Career Counseling
  • Connection to Resources
  • Needs-based Rental & Utility Assistance
  • Work-related Transportation Costs
  • Certifications and Testing Fees
  • Tuition Coverage
  • High-demand industry training
  • Industry recognized certifications
  • Required Work Materials, Clothing & Tools
  • Interview Preparation
  • Exam Preparation & Study Materials

Free Library of Philadelphia

Next Level Learning Initiative at The Free Library of Philadelphia 

The City supports Next Level Learning by offering classes that include reading, writing, math, basic computer skills, high school equivalency preparation, and English for speakers of other languages. Topics include:

  • Reading, writing, and math
  • English for speakers of other languages (ESOL)
  • GED and HiSET prep
  • Basic computer skills

Adult learners can call the hotline at 1-833-750-5627 to learn more about classes and enroll. Calling during regular business hours (8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.) is best. During other times, please leave a message. And please let it ring for a while – when possible, we try to have Career Navigators answer live, rather than quickly sending you to voicemail! 

Meet with PA CareerLink® at your local neighborhood Library! 

Meet with a Community Workforce Connector for one-on-one job search assistance at your local library. PA CareerLink® visits 25 library branches a month to provide individualized support with résumé development, career counseling, and more.  

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