Looking to hire for your business?
West Alabama Works has developed an employment tracking system called Career Connect to assist employers in finding qualified talent. Currently we have over 3,500 job seekers in our system which range from entry level candidates to highly qualified skilled labor. Contact us at (205) 391-0331 if you would like us to do a customized search for candidates.
Let us help you train the workforce you need.
West Alabama Works through our industry clusters and education/training partners have developed a host of programs to assist you in your talent development. These programs range from specialized individual company training to hybrid Ready To Work programs focused on essential skills and can be delivered in a verity of ways at the company or at one of our partner training centers. West Alabama Works stand ready to help you create and maintain innovative solutions to your workforce needs.
Industry is a driving part of our workforce.
West Alabama Works is an industry lead organization focused on meeting the employment need in our region. We invite our industries to join us in shaping the future workforce in our region.
Business Success Stories
“West AlabamaWorks is an extremely vital and effective partner for the automotive industry in this region. They’re supporting MBUSI and its suppliers in finding high-performing, engaged employees who are dedicated to building quality vehicles sold around the world. West AlabamaWorks listens and helps to meet a critical need – connecting business and industry, government and education leaders so we can help people find well-paying jobs.”
“Being innovative in our approach, being able to quickly satisfy a need is especially important if we’re going to meet the challenge and then exceed the challenge. These factors make West AlabamaWorks on of the best because they can do all of these things.”
“West AlabamaWorks has taken the vision of helping the less fortunate in the outlying counties to another level, by providing extensive training and retraining while transitioning individuals back into the workforce.”