The Imperial County Workforce Development Board (ICWDB) serves as an advisory board to the County of Imperial Board of Supervisors. ICWDB members are appointed to serve by their respective Board of Supervisor. The Board is comprised of community leaders representing private industry, nonprofits, and public agencies and is mandated by federal legislation to oversee public investments in employment and training programs. This responsibility is accomplished through the activities of the Imperial County Workforce Development Office.
The Imperial County Workforce Development Board will be hosting a community forum on the topic of Improving Services to Individuals with Disabilities through Competitive Integrated Employment as required by Workforce Services Directive 18-01 Regional and Local Plans PY17-21 - Two Year Modifications. For additional information, please contact Timothy Druihet at (442)265-4959.
If you are interested in serving as a member of the Imperial County Workforce Development Board, please contact the Clerk of the Board of Supervisors at 940 W. Main Street, Suite 209 or by phone (442)265-1020 to request an application. You may also access the application by clicking here. Applications must be completed and submitted to the Clerk of the Board's office no later than 5:00 p.m. on August 29, 2018. Current vacancies and criteria are as follows: Ten (10) vacancies - Business Three (3) vacancies - Education Two (2) vacancies - Economic and Community Development Two (2) vacancies - Labor One (1) vacancy - Title 1 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 For more information regarding membership requirements, please contact Jeff Burquist at (442)265-4955.
Imperial County Labor Market reports for June 2018 were released by the Employment Development Department on July 20, 2018. Please download the document below to view the data.
Imperial County Labor Market reports for May 2018 were released by the Employment Development Department on June 15, 2018. Please download the document below to view the data.