Employment and Training
Weekly Job Board
Weekly Job Board available from Employment & Training via mailing list subscription.
For questions about the job board or to receive the job board directly to your email, please reach out to Matthew O’Brien at firstname.lastname@example.org
Allegany County Employment & Training is designed to:
- Provide up-to-date job listings in our local area as well as statewide and nationwide.
- Make employment information and resources available to all our customers.
- Assist our customers with resume writing, job search & interviewing skills.
- Refer you to our partners to assist in meeting your education, employment, and training needs.
- Provide current civil service announcements for local, state, and federal jobs
- Work with local businesses for their hiring needs
“Our mission is to enhance workforce development by providing services for youth and adults and preparing and connecting them to employment and training opportunities. Our goal is to promote the economic health of our community by offering support to local businesses to find skilled, ready-to-work employees.”
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Alfred State College
Allegany County Civil Service
America’s Job Exchange
Buffalo Job Finder
Cattaraugus County One-Stop Career Center
Cuba Memorial Hospital
Department Store Applications
Evening Tribune (Hornell)
Federal Government Jobs
Education and Training
Allegany County Employment & Training has Workforce Innovation & Opportunity Act (WIOA) grant funds to provide training to Allegany County residents. The program is designed to provide financial assistance to individuals who need classroom training in order to gain skills that will improve their employment opportunities in high-growth occupations.
Have more questions?
Call (585) 268-9443
Allegany County is home to 4 colleges/universities, 2 private schools, and 19 school districts. If you are interested in getting your high school equivalency diploma or pursuing other employment-related training or financial aid, please visit the Adult Education link below.
Our Business Service Representative will help you understand the network of resources and no-cost programs and services available that can save your business time and money.
ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT RESOURCES: Area Chamber of Commerce web links are listed above. Further information is available through the Allegany County Development/Tourism/Planning Office and IDA, Crossroads Commerce Center, 6087 State Route 19N, Belmont, NY 14813, (800) 893-9484.
JOB POSTINGS/CUSTOM RECRUITING: Post your jobs with the New York State Job Bank for free. Give us the job description, skills and abilities desired, and we’ll find you the best match possible. You can direct applicants to apply at a One Stop Center instead of your place of business. Applicants can submit resumes and cover letters and/or fill out applications at our office. We can pre-screen applicants according to your minimum qualifications (e.g. education, TABE (Test of Adult Basic Education), work history, etc.) and administer the TABE test. Only applications that meet your criteria will be forwarded to you for review. If you prefer to interview candidates in a neutral setting, we can provide space at no charge to you. We also host job fairs and hiring events.
TAX CREDITS: There are a number of federal and state tax credits available to businesses that hire qualified individuals, which can offer substantial savings to your business. Our Business Service Representative can help you understand:
- Work Opportunity Tax Credit (WOTC) is a federal tax credit to promote hiring individuals from target groups, like veterans and youth.
- Workers with Disabilities Tax Credit (WETC) is a New York State tax credit that offers savings for hiring individuals with disabilities.
- Excelsior Job Programs provide tax credits for job creation in targeted industries such as biotechnology, pharmaceutical, high-tech, clean technology, green technology, financial services, agriculture, and manufacturing.
TRAINING: If you need to upgrade the skills of your workers, we can help fund training programs and refer you to certified training providers. Programs include:
- Apprenticeship Training – A combination of hands-on work experience and classroom instruction to produce a skilled worker.
Have more questions?
Call (585) 268-9241
Youth Services (Ages 16-24)
Summer Youth Employment Updates:
The Allegany County Employment and Training Center has successfully completed another year of the Summer Youth Employment Program. This summer, we helped 64 youth in Allegany County find local jobs to help them develop workplace skills while earning a competitive wage. Eligible youth, ages 14-20, were placed at a total of 44 worksites, including schools, libraries, hardware stores, restaurants, towns and villages, and more locally owned businesses and organizations. Some jobs included cleaning, grooming animals, digital media, outside work, auto repair, and clerical work. Youth were matched to worksites based on skills, interests, transportation, and availability.
We thank all our participants, their parents, caregivers, mentors, and worksites. You are all contributing to a bright future for Allegany County.
You can follow the Allegany County Employment and Training website for 2024 SYEP updates, applications, and eligibility requirements.
Summer Youth Employment Program (SYEP)
The Summer Youth Employment Program gives youth (aged 14-20) an opportunity to work and earn money during the summer. We do our best to find work in the communities where youth live. We place youth with local businesses, schools, and agencies that can provide work and supervision. We pay $14.20 per hour and youth work between 14 and 28 hours per week for 6 – 7 weeks.
Have more questions?
Call (585) 268-9445 and ask about SYEP!
Work Experience Program
In support of in-school (aged 14-21) and out-of-school (aged 16-24) youth, the American Job Center provides services for youth and young adults beginning with career exploration and guidance, continued support for educational attainment, opportunities for skills training in in-demand industries and occupations (see list of demand occupations below) and workforce preparation activities to culminate in a good job along a career pathway or enrollment in post-secondary education. For further information, please contact a Youth Counselor at your American Job Career Center.
Manufacturing Careers Whatever your passion, there’s a great job waiting for you in manufacturing! Whether it is aeronautics, computers, art, chemistry, or automobiles, there’s a great job for you in manufacturing.
New York State Department of Labor Youth Portal The Youth Portal links youth ages 14 to 24 to resources that help them explore the future and prepare for careers. The Youth Portal has information ranging from getting working papers to preparing for a job interview.
Selective Service Registration Why Register? It’s the Law!
Virtually all male U.S. citizens, regardless of where they live, and male immigrants, whether documented or undocumented, residing in the United States, who are 18 through 25, are required to register with Selective Service. The law says men must register with Selective Service within 30 days of their 18th birthday. That means men are required to register with Selective Service sometime during the 30 days before their 18th birthday, their 18th birthday, and the following 29 days after their 18th birthday – that is a 60-day registration period.
Social Security Number Your nine-digit Social Security number remains your first and continuous link with Social Security. It helps us accurately record your covered wages or self-employment earnings. We also use it to monitor your record once you start getting benefits. Why do you need a Social Security number? You need a Social Security number to get a job, collect Social Security benefits, and get some other government services. But you don’t often need to show your Social Security card. Do not carry your card with you. Keep it in a safe place with your other important papers. Visit the Social Security Website to get a new, replacement, or corrected card.
Have more questions?
Call (585) 268-9445 and ask about the Work Experience Program!
5536 County Route 48
Belmont, NY 14813
CORE Learning Center
5455 State Route 19N
Belmont, NY 14813
Genesee Community College
Adult Educational Opportunity Center
One College Road
Batavia, NY 14020
NYS Education Department
ACCES – VR
508 Main Street
Buffalo, NY 14202
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117 E. Steuben St.
Bath, NY 14810
800-553-2033 ext. 118
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79 ½ N. Main St
Wellsville, NY 14895