Looking for a Few Good People

Do you know WIT? Do you know TWIST? Do you have experience helping job seekers and employers connect? Have you ever worked in the public workforce system? If so, you might be just who we’re looking for.

The Workforce Development Division at Texas Workforce Commission is looking for a few good people with public workforce system/local office experience to help support and improve workforce applications like WorkInTexas.com, The Workforce Information System of Texas (TWIST), Adult Education & Literacy (AEL), Apprenticeship, Career Schools and more…

These positions are generally described as Computer Systems Analysts or Business Analysts but don’t let that scare you. Those titles don’t exactly tell the whole story.  We need two or three people who know and have used these systems on a daily basis to provide services to job seekers and employers. People who know how they work, and don’t work, to help make them better. So while computer/analyst experience is great, it can also be taught. Having walked in the shoes of our front line/service-delivering staff cannot.

Learn more about the jobs  

How to apply

[Assuming you’re registered with WorkInTexas.com, logged on AND on the Contact Instructions page] Select “I’m Interested” and click SAVE. Your State of Texas application will automatically be submitted to TWC for consideration for the position. If selected, TWC will contact you directly. TWC encourages all applicants to apply via the process above. However, if you wish to submit in person or via postal mail, please direct your application to: Texas Workforce Commission, Human Resources Management Department, 101 East 15th Street, Room 230, Austin, TX 78778-0001, RE: Posting ###### (one of the #’s listed above).

Thanks, and good luck!

One thought on “Looking for a Few Good People

  1. Denise McGillivray January 5, 2017 / 2:47 pm

    I am a 57 year old women, that is tired of working in the grocery store/retail world..
    I am looking for another career path.
    I would love to be in the human resources/benefits/employment field. Can’t afford to go to ACC full time but would be willing to go part time if I could go back to school to learn a more satisfying job.
    Thanks, Denise


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