The Mayor's Office of Employment Development Now Hiring COVID-19 Job Board
This is a listing of open jobs in the local area with links so you can apply on your own. Next to each job is the name of an MOED staff person who can help you apply. The Mayor's Office of Employment Development will update this list often. For more information, please see the link below
Virtual YouthWorks 2020 to Start July 13
YouthWorks 2020 will operate a virtual summer jobs program for 4,000 youth from July 13 through August 14 – four hours per day, five days per week. YouthWorks participants will be able to earn up
to $1,100 in gross wages by working a total of 100 hours. They will be paid $11 per hour.
YouthWorkers will use a web-based tool that includes job readiness, career exploration, financial literacy, academic enrichment and skills training. Registered youth will be contacted directly by phone and email with more information.
For more information, please visit https://moed.baltimorecity.gov/news/press-releases/2020-05-20-mayor-young-announces-virtual-youthworks-summer-jobs-program
Mayor’s Office of Employment Development Announces Opening of Formal Request for Proposals for Youth Service Providers
MOED is specifically looking for organizations to provide occupational skills training to out-of-school youth and / or career pathways & work readiness training for in-school youth. For inquiries, please email email@example.com.
For more information, please visit https://bit.ly/MOEDbaltrfp
Live Virtual Recruitment
The Mayor's Office of Employment is hosting live virtual recruitment every Wednesday at 1:00pm. Employers will join and discuss open positions, qualifications and how to apply. Please see flyer for details.
Baltimore Health Corps plans to hire and train residents
The Mayor’s Office of Employment Development, and The Rockefeller Foundation announced the launch of a groundbreaking pilot program – the Baltimore Health Corps –designed to address the city’s interconnected economic and public health crises caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Baltimore Health Corps will recruit, train, and employ more than 300 residents who are currently jobless during the pandemic to serve as contact tracers and care coordinators for Baltimore City residents. Health Corps staff will be deployed to address critical COVID-19 needs in Baltimore’s most vulnerable communities, performing three key functions: contact tracing, public health education outreach, and care coordination and social support.
Over the course of 12 months, the Baltimore Health Corps will serve three core objectives:
Job Creation and Skills Training: The Baltimore Health Corps will onboard, and support hundreds of recently unemployed or out-of-work Baltimore residents in building careers as community health workers (CHWs). Community health is a growing field that bridges communities to healthcare services. Practitioners leverage trusted community relationships and shared life experience to improve access to care for vulnerable populations.
Controlling the Spread of COVID-19: In order to stop the spread of COVID-19, aggressive case investigation and contact tracing are needed in conjunction with support for individuals in self-isolation or self-quarantine. The Baltimore Health Corps will significantly expand the city’s existing contact tracing system, enabling the Baltimore City Health Department to reach communities with a depth of service not currently possible.
Serving the Social Needs of Baltimore’s Most Vulnerable: Controlling the spread of COVID-19 is not limited to case investigation and contact tracing. It is also critical to provide social support to those impacted, including supporting individuals who are close contacts of cases to quarantine safely, creating housing options for people with COVID-19 who need to be isolated, and supporting families of ill and isolated residents. The Baltimore Health Corps will address the social needs of Baltimore’s most vulnerable populations such as older adults, those uninsured, and those who are pregnant and have young children through enhanced care coordination through existing nonprofit groups
Bureau of Solid Waste is accepting applications
Baltimore City Department of Public Works (DPW) Acting Director Matthew W. Garbark announced today that some residents may experience a delay in trash and recycling collections as DPW makes staffing modifications.
DPW encourages individuals with CDL (Class A/B) licenses or anyone interested in working for the Bureau of Solid Waste to visit our website to learn more about the Department’s employment opportunities. Click here to view job opportunities. DPW is actively looking for new workers for Solid Waste operations