Buffalo and Johnson County, WY Jobs Board for Displaced Workers Due to Covid-19

Sponsored by Johnson County Economic Development

Below are current job listings for the Buffalo and Johnson County, WY area that may be good matches for workers displaced from their hospitality jobs due to the Corona virus crisis. Some of the businesses listed are having to INCREASE their staffs because of the crisis.

 

Additional resources for those recently laid off are listed below the job listings.

Healthcare / Assisted Living

Johnson County Healthcare Center

Veteran’s Home of Wyoming

Health Industry Jobs  (indeed.com)   

Assisted Living Jobs  (indeed.com)

Public Sector

State of Wyoming

Johnson County School District

City of Buffalo

Retail

Family Dollar  Search for Buffalo

O'Reilly Auto Parts  Look for Buffalo

Reese & Ray’s

Kum and Go Store

Retail Jobs (indeed.com)   

Job Compilation Sites

Wyoming at Work (major jobs database that allows searches by location & job type)

Glass Door Employment Board (Pizza Hut, Bain & Company, etc.

Indeed.com (all jobs)

Jobs Listed on Facebook

Jobs Listed on LinkedIn

Buffalo Bulletin Job Board

 

If your business or organization has jobs available, please send the information (including a link) to Darren Rudloff (darren@rudloffsolutions.com) or Claudia Todd (claudia@bmccwy.org).

Additional Resources

Food Resources from the First Lady's WY Hunger Initiative

Health Insurance:  If you have been laid off from your job, you may be entitled to a special enrollment period and eligible to apply for health care through the healthcare marketplace. You can visit healthcare.gov to enroll or go to https://enrollwyo.org/ to schedule time with a navigator to help you enroll in a health care program.

Unemployment Insurance:  If you have been laid off, you also may be eligible for Unemployment Insurance. While that financial assistance does not replace a full paycheck, it can help people through the hard times.

 

Anyone who has lost work through no fault of their own can file for Unemployment Insurance benefits online at wyui.wyo.gov. The online application is the quickest, easiest way to file. Please use the online portal if you have internet access.

Frequently Asked Questions about COVID19 and Workforce Services

With the increase in unemployment claims, the telephone lines are at their maximum capacity, and wait times are extremely long. Those needing assistance with the unemployment application can call their local workforce center.

WY Department of Workforce Services Offices: 

Afton Workforce Center: 307-886-9260

Casper Workforce Center: 307-234-4591

Cheyenne Workforce Center: 307-777-3700

Cody Workforce Center: 307-587-4241

Douglas Workforce Center: 307-358-2147

Evanston Workforce Center: 307-789-9802

Gillette Workforce Center: 307-682-9313

Jackson Workforce Center: 307-733-4091

Kemmerer Workforce Center: 307-877-5501

Lander Workforce Center: 307-335-9224

Laramie Workforce Center: 307-742-2153

Newcastle Workforce Center: 307-746-9690

Powell Workforce Center: 307-754-6436

Rawlins Workforce Center: 307-324-3485

Riverton Workforce Center: 307-856-9231

Rock Springs Workforce Center: 307-382-2747

Sheridan Workforce Center: 307-672-9775

Torrington Workforce Center: 307-532-4171

Wheatland Workforce Center: 307-322-4741

Worland Workforce Center: 307-347-8173

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