OhioMeansJobs Wood County is here to help you find the right job! Whether you are unemployed and need support finding a job, or you want a new job with better pay, hours, or flexibility, our available resources will support your search.
Check out our Job Seekers Page to find out more about our support services and how we can help you in your employment search.
At OhioMeansJobs Wood County, job seekers have access to:
- Full Resource room with access to computers and office equipment
- Career counselors to help with your job search activities
- Job-related workshops
- Supportive services
- Individual training
- Priority of services to U.S. Military Veterans and eligible spouses
We can assist job seekers through OhioMeansJobs.com, an online job matching system that brings both employers and job seekers to one easy-to-use website.
Are you looking to advance your Healthcare Career?
Are you unemployed, underemployed or need to increase your skills to remain competitive and advance your healthcare career? Contact Heather Wonnell at 419.373.6985 or firstname.lastname@example.org to see if you qualify for FREE training and to learn more about the program. This grant is funded by US Department of Labor Employment and Training Administration.
OhioMeansJobs Wood County offers employers programs to help find good employees, funds job training to improve the quality of Wood County’s workforce, and offers you the opportunity to have us post your job openings on OhioMeansJobs.com. Check out the Employers Page to find out more or contact us today.
Meet Our Team
Mary Champion, Workforce Administrator
Mary has been the Workforce Administrator for the past 14 years. Prior to that she served in the private sector and held several different positions as Operations Manager, Human Resource Manager and Regional Recruiter. Mary holds a Bachelor of Science Degree from Bowling Green State University (Go Falcons!). Mary enjoys working with the employers in the region to assist them with their training and hiring needs.
Kathy Costic, Workforce Specialist
Kathy has over 15 years’ experience at OhioMeansJobs, assisting customers with resumes, searching for job openings and helping those customers apply for those positions. Kathy has the passion and kindness to help those that have lost their jobs or have barriers to employment. Kathy develops career planning techniques to ensure her customers success in the workforce.
Holly Miller, Workforce Specialist
Holly has been a Workforce Development professional with OhioMeansJobs- Wood County for over 15 years. She has a degree in Child and Family Community Services from BGSU (Go Falcons!) and has a passion for serving job seekers in the community. Holly is skilled at developing and maintaining strong relationships with employers and customers alike. Seeing someone become more confident and empowered by their newly found skillsets is the reason she loves her job.