Community Health Workers Needed
The City of Baltimore, along with local and national organizations, has created the Baltimore Health Corps to help contain the spread of COVID-19 and to address the social needs of vulnerable residents through contact tracing, testing, and care coordination.
Available positions include contact tracers, care coordinators, directors, supervisors. managers and operational support staff. To learn more and apply, click here.
Remote Services Actively Available While MOED Workforce Centers Remain Closed for Adults and Youth
Stay tuned for information about limited center openings, but for now follow the links below to select the best service for you.
- If you need help getting a job or other support:
- If you are no longer working and need help with Unemployment Insurance:
- Call the Division of Unemployment Insurance at 410-949-0022.
- For more information about unemployment benefits & COVID-19, click here.
- If you need help with Food and Cash assistance:
- Click here and go to Food and Cash icon.
- If you are a business and seek information:
- Click here.
- If you are an employer with jobs to post or need recruitment services:
The Mayor’s Office of Employment Development's workforce centers for adults and youth remain closed to customers due to COVID-19. MOED staff are continuing to provide remote services as they begin a limited return to the centers –maintaining safe social distancing measures, including no more than a 50% occupancy rate.
To learn more from the Baltimore City Health Department about the virus and how to protect yourself, click here.
“We are taking every precaution to make sure our residents and staff stay healthy. As we begin to safely phase in a re-opening of our workforce centers to the public, we will continue to provide employment and career-building support through remote services to limit in-person interactions.”
- MOED Director Jason Perkins-Cohen
The Mayor’s Office of Employment Development (MOED) coordinates and directs workforce development initiatives responsive to the needs of Baltimore City employers and job seekers in order to enhance and promote the local economy.
Our vision is for all city residents to maximize their career potential, and all employers to have the human resources to grow and prosper – we are creating a workforce system that works.
MOED works in concert with the Baltimore Workforce Development Board, a mayoral appointed board, to address the diverse workforce needs of Baltimore’s employers and job seekers. By directing a broad array of innovative programs and collaborating with a host of specialized organizations, MOED acts as the city’s primary agent of workforce development services and coordinates the efforts of all its workforce partners to create a seamless workforce system.