NEW LISTINGS as of 10/15/18

Training and Research Foundation
Early Childhood Education and Family Services Agency

Join our team of Early Childhood Professionals!

Career Development and Resources
• Agency Paid Travel to Conferences and Workshops
• Membership in Professional Associations (PACE, NAEYC, Head Start)
• Leadership Tracts for Promotional and Professional Advancement
• Agency Paid Permit Renewals and Upgrades
• Small Class Sizes (16 – 20 children)
• Innovative Classroom Technology, Materials and Supplies
• Classroom Behavioral Supports

• Blue-Shield Medical Insurance ~ Dental Insurance ~ Eye-Med Vision ~ Disability Insurance
• DSA & FSA Savings Accounts ~ Life Insurance ~ 12% Annual Employer Paid Retirement Contribution
• 9 Paid Sick & Vacation Days ~ 14-Paid Holidays
Starting Salaries
• Teacher 2 (BA Degree) $20.15 Hourly
• Teacher 1 (AA Degree) $18.26 Hourly
• Assistant Teacher- $14-$17 Hourly

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Green Trucking LLC is seeking Class A Port Drivers and a Diesel Mechanic.

Class A Port Drivers ($22-24/hr):
• Night and day positions available
• Must have valid Class A Driver’s License (CDL) and a TWIC card
• Held a CDL for 2 years for insurance purposes
• Hazmat is a plus
• Sign on bonus of $300 or more (depending on experience)

Diesel Mechanic ($19-25/hr) must:
• Have experience with VOLVO Trucks and DOT vehicle inspections
• Have experience with chassis repairs
• Have High School diploma or general education degree (GED)
• Have 3 years of experience with heavy equipment; experience with Volvo Trucks preferred
• Have a valid driver’s license
• Have strong communication and problem-solving skills
• Be able to read and write in English

green trucking
All-non Pacific Gateway {JobsLA) customers will be required to complete registration at the event.Please bring your social security card and driver’s license.

QUESTIONS? Contact Tisha Kennedy at (562) 570-3654 or

No cost
Construction training
Start your career this summer!


At Least 18 Years Old Thursday,October 25th, 2018
Physically Able to Perform Hands-on Construction Work
Able to Be on Feet 8-12 Hours Daily 2:00 pm SHARP – SESSION STARTS
Orientation Location:
East Los Angeles/West San Gabriel Valley (AJCC)
5301 Whittier BL., 2nd FL, Los Angeles, CA 90022
323.887.7122 Mariam Rojo

CPR/First Aid/AED Construction Trade Awareness Basic Math for Construction
Health & Safety Issues for Women
Heritage of the American Worker Diversity in the Construction Industry OSHA 30-Hour Construction Orientation & Industry Awareness
Hand & Power Tools/Construction Materials Green Building Construction
Job Readiness/Soft Skills
Financial Literacy in the Trades

Workforce Development Aging and Community Services (WDACS) and the Los Angeles County America’s Job Centers of California are equal opportunity employers/programs. Auxiliary aids and services are available upon request, to individuals with disabilities. RF: 10.9.2018/mr


Los Angeles LGBT Center Hosts 10th Annual Transgender Job and Resources Fair on Nov. 8 in West Hollywood

LOS ANGELES, October 3, 2018—As transgender people face an unemployment rate three times higher than the average rate in the United States, the Los Angeles LGBT Center’s Transgender Economic Empowerment Project (TEEP), along with the project’s community partner City of West Hollywood, is hosting the 10th annual job and resources fair specifically tailored for trans and non-binary people on Thursday, November 8. The free fair will take place from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the West Hollywood Park Auditorium, 647 N. San Vicente Blvd.

“Many transgender and non-binary people remain unemployed because employers are judging them by their gender identities or expressions—and not by their qualifications and skills,” said the Center’s TEEP Program Manager Eden Anaï Luna. “They hold college degrees, and they are ready to bring their professional and life experiences to the table. I encourage all companies to become a champion of trans and non-binary people by committing to hiring them.”

Since the fair began in 2008, hundreds of trans people have obtained a job because of the fair, and companies have met with more than 1,000 potential candidates from the trans and non-binary communities. More than 50 companies and organizations are anticipated at this year’s fair.

Job seekers will be provided with résumé reviews and tips, a mock interview clinic, and a photo booth for professional headshots. Participants will then be able to keep their photos with them on USB flash drives donated by ICM Partners. Guest speakers this year include TransCanWork founder Michaela Mendelsohn.

According to the 2015 U.S. Transgender Survey, nearly one-third of trans people are living in poverty, compounded by the statistic that they experience a 15% unemployment rate which is three times higher than the unemployment rate in the U.S. population (5%). The unemployment rate among trans people of color is worse—four times higher than the nation’s unemployment rate.

Exhibit tables for potential employers are limited and will be given on a first-come, first-served basis. To apply for a table, visit

WHAT: 10th Annual Transgender Job and Resources Fair

Presented by the Los Angeles LGBT Center’s Transgender Economic Empowerment Project (TEEP), this job and resources fair caters to the city’s transgender and non-binary communities. In addition to a multitude of companies and businesses participating this year, the event will include a variety of job training resources, a mock interview clinic, and a photo booth for professional headshots.

WHEN: Thursday, November 8

11 a.m. – 2 p.m.

WHERE: West Hollywood Park Auditorium

647 N. San Vicente Blvd.

West Hollywood, CA 90069

Validated parking available at the five-story West Hollywood Park – Municipal Parking Structure II located at 625 N. San Vicente Blvd. Guests will receive a validation ticket upon entrance to the job fair.