Key Resources for Displaced Workers
The Broken Chamber and BAEDC are connecting workers displaced by the COVID-19 outbreak to employment opportunities and resources. Many employers have critical hiring needs at this time. If you’re currently seeking employment, please utilize the below resources.
We understand it’s a time of uncertainty, but we are confident in the leadership of our city, county, state, and federal governments to ensure the safety of our families. In the face of this challenge, our nation and community will be resilient and overcome.
This page has information on:
- Broken Arrow Resources
- Work in Oklahoma Resources
- Employment Support Resources & Training
- Area Training Providers
BROKEN ARROW RESOURCES
The Broken Arrow Chamber and Economic Development Corporation are providing resources for individuals and employers in Broken Arrow through the below platforms.
Career & Workforce Center: WorkInBA
The Broken Arrow Economic Development Corporation, with the help of Tulsa County Cares and the City of Broken Arrow, have launched WorkInBA and WorkInBA.com to help connect businesses with talent.
Facebook Platform: WorkInBA
The Jobs in Broken Arrow Facebook Group is for anyone in the community to join, post, share, or search job openings in the Broken Arrow area.
Broken Arrow Chamber: Member Job Postings
Chamber Members who are hiring positions in Broken Arrow are listed on the Work in Broken Arrow webpage.
Broken Arrow Chamber Member Employment Services: Directory
Utilize the Chamber directory to view employment service providers who can help you connect with job openings in the area.
WORK IN OKLAHOMA
Join the largest free job matching network in Oklahoma. In addition to personalized job matching, oklahomajobmatch.com helps you build a resumé, provides access to career tools, and works as your job search agent.
COVID-19 is having a unique impact on certain elements of Oklahoma’s Workforce System. This page serves as an update on unemployment insurance, American Job Centers, companies hiring, resources, and other workforce needs.
Many have lost their employment due to the disruption caused by COVID-19 and the current energy crisis, the Oklahoma Employment Security Commission is working to approve claims and answer questions as quickly as possible, in an effort to ease access to crucial support during this time. File for your unemployment benefits online.
EMPLOYMENT SUPPORT RESOURCES & TRAINING
To receive services from Workforce Tulsa, including workshops, training assistance, and employment opportunities you must be enrolled in the Workforce Tulsa program.
Tulsa City-County Library System
The Tulsa City-County Library can help find all the best job positions currently available. Learn how to craft the perfect resume and prepare yourself for the interview process.
AREA TRAINING PROVIDERS
The Tulsa area provides avenues displaced workers to learn new skills and obtain certifications in high-demand occupations.