Jobs Skills Bank
The Job Skills Bank Program is designed to match qualified individuals to employment. The City of Madison, Affirmative Action Plan, requires that all non-exempt companies contracting with the City of Madison, notify The Department of Civil Rights of any job vacancies, prior to advertising.
- Any individual seeking employment is encouraged to view the Jobs Skills Bank, identify positions of interest, and contact our office to complete a Client Action Form.
- Any candidate referred by The Department of Civil Rights or one of our Certified Community Partners, are guaranteed an interview.
Individuals Interested In Seeking Employment Opportunities
Individuals are encouraged to view the Job Skills Bank Listing to identify positions of interest, and contact our office in order to review job announcements and obtain referrals.
Individuals who are interested in seeking employment opportunities with any of the organizations listed should apply by filling out the Client Action Form.
If you qualify, and are referred to potential employers, you are expected to receive an interview. Also, please note that this process does not exclude applicants from any of the normal application, interviewing or hiring processes, but is designed as a service to the members of our community. All inquiries regarding the job duties, responsibilities, salary, benefits, etc. should be directed to the employer. In addition, the Affirmative Action Division suggests that applicants inquire about any other open positions with these organizations.
Note: These jobs, are not, in any way, affiliated with the City of Madison governmental job listings (go to: City of Madison Employment Opportunities).
External Resources - Looking for a Job?
There are numerous resources for jobs in Wisconsin on the web.
- Dane County Job Center acts as a partner in meeting the workforce needs of area employers and to help individuals achieve their career goals. They do this by providing workshops on resume review, job search workshops and career counseling.