Chester Workforce Development Center
Eric Bayne, Coordinator, Workforce Development
Contact Eric Bayne:
484-213-3141 (cell) or
CITY OF CHESTER
CROSSING GUARD POSITIONS
Seeking reliable and responsible adults to fill Crossing Guard positions for various locations throughout the City of Chester. Pay starts at $9.07/hour. Applicants must be able to stand for 45-90 minutes at a time and possess a reliable means of transportation.
Applicants must be at least 21 years of age and are required to pass an FBI Fingerprint Clearance and Child Abuse Clearance.
Interested candidates should see Ms. Vernita Perry at the Chester Police Station Lobby
@ 160 East 7th St.
Or pick up an application in the Chester City Hall Lobby
@ 1 4th St.
– Are you a returning citizen?
– Are you having trouble finding employment?
If you answered yes to either of these questions, a job in the mushroom industry may be for you.
Blueprints to Success
Need Help finding a job?
We provide job readiness, placement, & career guidance.
When: Orientation – Ongoing
Where: Chester Education Foundation, 419 Avenue of the States, 7th Floor, Chester, PA 19013
- Must be between the ages of 18 to 24
- Delaware County Residents
- Must meet program eligibility income criteria
- High School Graduate
- Unemployed or Underemployed
Must commit to attend 3 month program (classroom hours Monday – Thursday, 10 AM – 3 PM)
Seats are limited: To Schedule an appointment, please call 610.364.1212
Need work or know someone who does? Standard Parking “SP+” for the Talen Energy Stadium is the answer.
Join the Team
- Plenty of hours
- Fun environment
- Flexible hours
- Uniforms supplied
- High promotion rate
- High School Diploma/GED
- Excellent Customer Service
- Required to Work in Chester, PA
- Must Pass a Drug Test
- Pass a Criminal Background Check
Apply online: http://pangea.geninfo.com/standardparking/apply
Download the attached document for new Job Opportunities at Job Corps.
Media – Community Action Agency of Delaware County, Inc. (CAADC) is seeking local employment partners for its youth Building Trades Training Program. The Building Trades Training Program provides instruction in the construction and maintenance fields and includes paid on-the-job training. The program is designed to help out-of-school economically disadvantaged youth to gain the skills for a rewarding career and includes obtaining industry recognized certifications.
An important component of the project is providing youth with a paid work experience opportunity, funded by the project. However, CAADC is still seeking employers from Delaware County in the building trades and maintenance fields to partner with for this project. Benefits to the employers include:
- Having an employee for 6 months paid for by the project
- Chance to help and mentor an economically disadvantaged youth looking to start a career
- Opportunity to secure a great future permanent employee
Participants will work approximately 20 hours per week for six months. The opportunities start in January so please contact CAADC by mid-December or earlier. If you are interested in partnering with CAADC please contact Eileen McCoy at (610) 874-8451.
The Community Action Agency of Delaware County, Inc. has been Delaware County’s designated anti-poverty agency since 1979. The non-profit agency provides a wide range of services aimed at encouraging self-sufficiency for low-income individuals. The Agency’s website is www.caadc.org.