Jobs and Training

Find A Job

  • Maine CareerCenters
    Get free one-on-one assistance with your job search, attend a workshop, or network with employers and job seekers at the CareerCenter.
  • Maine JobLink 
    Search the Maine JobLink for jobs in Maine or across the country.
  • Other Job Search Boards
    Browse for jobs on these popular local, national, and specialty job board sites.
  • Maine Job Fairs
    Find an upcoming job fair in your area.
  • Careercenter Workshops
    No-cost workshops at Maine CareerCenters help you improve your job search, resume and interviews.
  • Tips on Finding a Job in Maine
    View our "Job Hunting in Maine" guide for information on resume writing writing, interviewing and more.
  • Work Permits for Youth
    If you are under 16 want a job, you can find information on how to get a work permit in Maine.

Career Development and Training

Find Employers

Hiring Incentives

Other Recruitment Tools

  • List of other online job search engines
  • Use of CareerCenter equipment and meeting space
    Interview space, conference rooms, video conferencing equipment and computers are available to employers recruiting workers at the CareerCenter
  • Job Fairs
    Meet with hundreds of prospective employees at one of the CareerCenters many job fairs throughout the state.
  • Labor Market Information
    Get data on wages, jobs in demand, employment and industry trends and much more.

Training

CareerCenter staff can refer you to appropriate training and help you make a plan to meet your workforce needs.

  • Maine Apprenticeship Program: connects job seekers looking to learn new skills with employers looking for qualified workers, resulting in a workforce with industry-driven training and employers with a competitive edge.
  • Maine-at-Work Initiative: Maine Department of Labor and our Workforce Partners provide a variety of employment and training services at no charge for businesses.
  • SafetyWorks!: an outreach program of the Maine Department of Labor designed to reduce job-related injuries, illnesses and deaths.

Job Listings, Training, and Resources

  • Maine CareerCenters: Locate the CareerCenter closest to you, where job seekers can get help with career development and job placement, and employers can obtain recruitment services.
  • Career Exploration: Everyone can explore their career options by knowing about high growth jobs with better wages and brighter futures.
  • America's Career One Stop: Another site containing general resources about getting and keeping jobs, help with career decision-making, finding jobs in other states, and locating services, and employer recruitment services.
  • State Government Job Listing: Job openings in Maine state government.
  • Training Schools/Vendors: List of approved training schools under the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act.
  • Employer Training Resources: Information about training your workers, hiring incentives, starting a business and small business development, and services for your laid off workers.