Some of the Services and Programs we provide are:
Butte Community Employment Center "One-Stop" Job Listings
The Butte Community Employment Centers are your One-Stop source for all your employment needs. We can assist you in many ways; for more information, please view our Job Seekers services at our www.ButteOneStop.org website.
Our job listings are current. For additional information and assistance, please contact a "One-Stop" Resource Specialist today! The phone numbers are 879-3743 in Chico and 538-7301 in Oroville.
NOTE: The Butte Community Employment Centers provide these Job Listings as information only; inclusion of job information in this document does not in any way imply endorsement of any employer by this agency.
Current Job Listing (pdf)*
Butte College Job Listing
Glenn County One-Stop Job Listing
*Our job listing is in PDF format. If you do not have Adobe Acrobat, you may obtain a free copy at www.adobe.com.
CalWORKs Welfare-to-Work Program
The CalWORKs Welfare-to-Work Program promotes a "work first" philosophy. Participants test the labor market as part of the Job Search Services provided by the Community Employment Center, and facilitated by Butte College instructors. When participants need assistance to increase their job readiness, they are encouraged to attend a variety of Job Skills Workshops, enroll in Butte College, Oroville Adult School, or a career training program through the Regional Occupation Program. After recipients find work, a variety of services are available for up to 12 months to assist them in retaining their employment and become fully self-sufficient.
CalWORKs Child Care Program
The CalWORKs Child Care Program assists families transitioning off cash aid. There are three stages of child care. Stage One is administered through the Department of Employment & Social Services and begins with a family's entry into the CalWORKs program and continues for the first six months, or until the participant's work or work activity has stabilized. Stage Two and Three are administered by the Alternative Payment Program under contract with the California Department of Education. In Stage Two, parents who have transitioned off cash aid can receive this service up to two years after their cash has been discontinued. Stage Three is a continuing child care subsidy for low income families and can be used when funded space is available.
CalWORKs Cal-Learn Program
The Cal-Learn Program was designed to assist pregnant and parenting teens receiving CalWORKs, to attend and graduate from high school or its equivalent.
Employer Services include applicant screening, testing, assessment and referral, recruitment advertising and coordination, interview facilities, internet-based job listings and applicant database, onsite workforce needs assessment, labor market information, and economic and business development assistance.