Find a Job Through Our Career Services

COVID-19 Service Availability: Career services are available to Maricopa County residents. To promote the health and well-being of our clients and employees, many of our services have been modified so that residents can access them from the safety of their home, including resume and interview tutorials and one-on-one assistance. While our Career Centers remain open, all in-person services are available by appointment only

If you are interested in receiving career services, please fill out the following Job Seeker Inquiry Form by clicking on the button below. We will contact you in the order your form is received.

If you are unable to complete the form online, please call us at: 

  • East Valley Residents: 602-372-9700
  • West Valley Residents: 602-372-4200

Additionally, Arizona residents are able to create a resume and search through job postings by visiting www.azjobconnection.gov and creating a Job Seeker account.

Please note that HSD does not provide Unemployment Insurance (UI). However, you can apply for UI from the safety of your home by submitting an application online or by calling 1-877-600-2722. For more information from the Department of Economic Security (DES), please visit www.azui.gov.


Adults ages 18+ interested in developing professional skills and/or finding gainful employment may qualify for career services from the Human Services Department. ARIZONA@WORK - Maricopa County offers an array of free services to help you build the knowledge, skills, and experience necessary to be successful in a chosen career pathway.

Basic and individualized career services are available to Maricopa County residents living outside the city of Phoenix. If you live in Phoenix, please click here to learn about career services available in your area.

To access ARIZONA@WORK - Maricopa County services, follow the step-by-step instructions listed below.

  1. Basic Career Services
  2. Individualized Career Services

Maricopa County residents searching and applying for job opportunities may access ARIZONA@WORK-Maricopa County basic career services.

Basic career services include, but are not limited to:

  • Job search assistance
  • Job readiness workshops  
  • Employment Academy access
  • Basic skills assessments
  • Computer lab access
  • Job fair events

HOW TO APPLY

Step 1 Check Eligibility 

To qualify for career services, the following criteria must be met:

  • Applicant is 18 years or older
  • Applicant can legally work in the United States

Step 2 Create AJC Account 

To begin accessing services offered at one of the Maricopa County career centers, please create an Arizona Job Connection (AJC) PLUS account. This can be completed online or at one of our centers.   

To begin creating an account, click on the “Job Seekers” tab in the menu followed by clicking on the “Create a Job Seeker Account” button on the right side of the page. Please follow the instructions provided on the “Create Job Seeker Account” page.

In addition to accessing ARIZONA@WORK - Maricopa County services, you will be able to use this account to write and post resumes, perform advanced job searches, receive job alerts, etc.

If you have any questions while creating your account, please contact your local career center for assistance.  

Step 3 Visit Career Center

Once you have created an AJC profile, you will be able to access ARIZONA@WORK - Maricopa County basic career services at one of our centers. When visiting one of our centers, please bring a valid driver’s license to verify your identification. 


Phone NumberAddress
East Valley Career Center602-372-9700735 N. Gilbert Rd., Suite #134
Gilbert, AZ 85234
West Valley Career Center602-372-42004425 W. Olive Ave., Suites 190 & 200
Glendale, AZ 85302