Disclaimer: This online resource is provided free of charge to employers and to those job seekers. All hiring and compensation for work performed by employees are handled directly between that person and the employer. The Office of 9th Ward Alderman Anthony A Beale does not perform background checks on those applying for jobs, nor on employers posting job opportunities. Employers and citizens are encouraged to request reference information from each other as needed to establish qualifications, credentials and overall fit between the employer and the applicant. All job listings are posted at the discretion of the office of 9th Ward Alderman Anthony A Beale.
We will not post jobs that appear to discriminate against applicants on the basis of race, color, religion, creed, age, national origin, disabled or Vietnam Era veteran status, sexual orientation, disability, or gender. The office of 9th Ward Alderman Anthony A Beale also reserves the right to refuse to post jobs that do not support the goal of enhancing the quality of life for the greater community. We are not responsible for safety, wages, working conditions, or any other aspect of employment. High school and college students are urged to perform due diligence in researching employers when applying for or accepting private employment/internships.
Unless otherwise indicated by the employer, job information will be removed every 30 days from posting date.
Chicago Women in Trades
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Chicago Park District
Alpha School Bus
APPRENTICE AND TRAINING
Free Welding Training For Women
Health Care Certification Programs
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Health & Wellness Careers
Alderman Anthony A. Beale is committed to assisting residents in their pursuit of finding a job.
Below is information on where residents can find job opportunities in the public, private, and nonprofit sectors.
Websites for current listings of job openings
Websites for current listings of job openings
Through the City’s partnership with the Chicago Workforce Investment Council, residents can access current job postings at some of the city’s largest private sector employers.
Public Sector Jobs
Regular Employment Resources
City of Chicago
Employment Opportunities | Ages: 21 & Up
Public computer workstations are available for job seekers to search the careers website and apply for City job opportunities at: Chicago City Hall (121 N. LaSalle St., Room 100 | Chicago, IL 60602) Monday - Friday from 8am to 5pm
Every Chicago Workforce Center location allows you to access the new City of Chicago online job application CAREERS website. This website will allow you to search for current employment opportunities with the City of Chicago. Please click "Search and Apply for Jobs" link below to search or browse current job opportunities.
237 S. Desplaines
Chicgao, IL 60661
Since 1991, Cara has helped people affected by poverty (and often the challenges of recovery, domestic violence, episodic homelessness, and incarceration) to get and keep quality jobs and, more importantly, rebuild hope, self-esteem and opportunity for themselves and their families in the process. We produce hundreds of jobs each year, at one-year, same-firm retention rates over 20 points higher than national norms and with over 70% of those retained residing in permanent housing in which their families can thrive. Our results don’t just end with employment.
Chicago Cook Workforce Partnership
69 West Washington, Suite 2860
Chicago, IL 60602
Tel: (312) 603-0200
By working together, without regard to geographic boundaries, both Cook County and the City of Chicago would broaden the reach of workforce services for employers and job seekers alike. With three primary goals in mind— reducing costs, improving services and engaging the business community—the Mayor and President together formed the largest nonprofit managed LWIA in the nation, the Chicago Cook Workforce Partnership. Its services are available to all residents and businesses within Cook County, including the City of Chicago and more than 200 other municipalities.
Chicago Federation of Labor
130 East Randolph, Suite 2600
Chicago, IL 60601
CFL Workers Assistance Committee connects job seekers to employers throughout Chicagoland. We offer programs to give job seekers the tools and training they need to be successful. Employers tap into our pool of skilled and screened workers who have the work experience to contribute to a company's growth. We help match companies with funding to ensure their workers have competitive skills.
Calumet Area Industrial Commission
1000 E 111th St, 7th Flr,
Chicago, IL 60628
Tel 73.928.6000 ext. 227
Are you an experienced operations professional currently searching for that next career opportunity? The Calumet Area Industrial Commission has member companies who are often looking for exceptional talent.
Careers in Manufacturing
If you have lost your job, we have a program that will get you back to work now through an On-The-Job Training initiative, designed to quickly transition you into re-employment.
Ex-Offender Job Placement/Training
The Chicago Department of Family and Support Services' Community Reentry Support Centers can assist ex-offenders in achieving self-sufficiency while successfully reintegrating into local communities. The City's Reentry Support Centers offer dedicated staff who can help individuals obtain:
Other Services as Needed
Westside Health Authority Teamwork Englewood
5816 West Division 747 West 63rd Street, Building V, Room 122
Chicago, Illinois Chicago, Illinois