While Chandler remains a great community, I knew we still had many pressing needs when I took office in January. Critical among those is how we manage through this tough economy.
I have worked with staff to launch Chandler Career Connect, a citywide jobs initiative to aid those in the community in need of work, or perhaps a new career path. The event was a huge success.
I also hope you will also take advantage of the information posted on this page. We have compiled a lot of good information to help those searching for a job. Have feedback about the Jobs Initiative and Career Connect event? E-mail me about it at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Job Training and Employment Resource Centers
Here you will find a list of employment resources and job training programs. Often, these programs take a short amount of time to complete but can prepare you for a lifelong career in a range of fields that fit your interest.
Job Posting Websites
These websites are primarily focused on jobs being offered in the Valley and range in employment opportunities.
Interviewing Strategies and Tips
Now that you’ve made it pass the initial stage and landed the interview it is crucial that you put your best foot forward. These resources will provide valuable information for interviewing.
Preparing Resumes, Cover Letters and Job Applications
These resources offer tips for filling out job applications and taking your resume from good to great so you make a valuable first impression.
Interested in working for the City of Chandler?
The City of Chandler’s Human Resources Division has made it easier than ever to apply for a position at the City online. The City offers a diverse range of employment opportunities for our residents and with more than 1,400 employees, we offer a dynamic team of individuals that work every day to promote a culture of excellence in our City.
Volunteer opportunities to gain work experience
All too often job seekers overlook the possibilities that come with volunteering. Not only does volunteering provide a great opportunity for networking but keeping proactive helps job seekers stay positive mentally, and most importantly, shows prospective employers you are a go-getter and not to just wait for the next job to land in your lap.