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Pinal County Workforce Development Board
Recruiting Business Community Member

The Pinal County Workforce Development Board (PCWDB) is currently recruiting to fill a vacancy in its membership. The 19-member board is appointed by the Pinal County Board of Supervisors and is charged with providing strategic guidance and direction for federal, state, and local workforce development funds and programs. The PCWDB oversees the [email protected] Pinal County network of public and private partners, to coordinate a cohesive strategy for talent development within the county.

Membership on the PCWDB requires a majority of community business leaders, with the balance consisting of apprenticeship, post-secondary education, federal workforce programs, and economic development representatives. Currently, the board meets monthly with meetings ranging from 1-2 hours.

As a member representing the business community, key criteria require the representative to be an owner, chief executive officer, chief operating officer, or other individual with optimum policymaking or hiring authority and provide high-quality, work-relevant training and development opportunities to its workforce or the workforce of others. Members of the business community serve a term of two years which is renewable.

Individuals interested in applying for membership can read more by visiting the [email protected] Pinal County website or by submitting an application. Any questions can be submitted to Joel Millman, Director, [email protected] Pinal County at [email protected].



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As COVID-19 continues to impact multiple industries and create record-high unemployment level throughout the Nation, this page has been established to create a resource library for Pinal County businesses and citizens who experience economic hardship during this very challenging time.

[email protected] PINAL COUNTY is a network of service providers focused on assisting individuals seeking employment and training assistance and businesses seeking services to address their labor force needs. All services are at no cost.


     Service available:

  • Unemployment Insurance Assistance
  • Education and Training Opportunities
  • Resume and Interview Preparation
  • Career Coaching
  • Reemployment Assistance

Business customers can submit questions to [email protected]. Information will be available on how to connect to local, state and federal COVID-19 related resources. Staff is also available to assist those businesses seeking to hire employees by customizing a plan to link them to qualified candidates. You may also call 1-800-409-6153 to speak to a business service representative.

    We can assist with:

  • Layoff Aversion
  • Immediate Assistance for Affected Employees
  • Addressing Modified Workforce Demands
  • Connections to Additional Resources
  • Real-time Labor Market Information


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The current status of community spread COVID-19 in Pinal County is:  Substantial

More information can be found on the Arizona Department of Health Services Data Dashboard, which contains relevant details as to the status of the disease in our State and County which might be helpful or necessary for decision making related to Governor Ducey's Executive Orders and the ADHS COVID-19 requirements for establishments considering reopening.

*The Pinal County graph data comes directly from ADHS and will be updated weekly.  Clicking on the graph will take you to the ADHS Business Dashboard.  


Those needing assistance are encouraged to contact by the following email addresses or 1-800 numbers listed below.

For individuals who have recently been laid off, furloughed or seeking employment/training opportunities and need assistance, submit a request by sending an email to [email protected]. If you would prefer to speak to someone by phone call 1-800-409-5153.


 Resource Directory


Employment Assistance

Search for Jobs

Bonuses and More

Employment Events

Find an Office

Virtual Appointments

[email protected] Pinal County

Arizona Employers Now Hiring List

COVID-19 Arizona Business Resources

SBA-Guaranteed Bridge Loan

Families First Coronavirus Response Act

Workforce Continuity & Strategy, Ensuring Business Continuity

Arizona Commerce Authority

NEW! Arizona employers who are hiring new employees and providing online or in-person training can now leverage the Rapid Employment Job Training grant.  The program reimburses costs associated with training new employees quickly and is accepting applications through September 1, 2020. Click here for Rapid Employment Job Training Grant

Companies Hiring Now/Unemployment Benefits/Childcare Support

Guidance on How to Benefit from the CARES Act

Ways You Can Help Communities

Access Information about Utilities & Services

Available Options for Renters and Homeowners

Webinars on Navigating Financial & Operational Impacts
Click here to view highlighted webinars for the week!

Arizona Office of Tourism

Unemployment Resources

Trainings & Resume Assistance

Arizona State Jobs

Customer Service/Front Office/HR Jobs

Food Services Jobs

Housekeeping Jobs


Employment & Financial Assistance

Homeowner & Renter Assistance

Food & Meals


Mental Health & Emergency Services


City of Maricopa

Maricopa Business Reemergence Program

Business Resources Page

Maricopa Food & Aid Distribution
Non-Profit Assistance Program


CO by U.S. Chamber of Commerce

Small Business Survival Guide

Federal Programs and Aid for Small Business

Emergency Paycheck Protection Loan

SBA Economic Injury Disaster Loan


Unemployment Insurance

Return to Work Guidance for Employers and Employees




U.S. Small Business Administration

Coronavirus Funding Options

Guidance for Businesses and Employers

Local Assistance

New Updated Paycheck Protection Program Lenders List

PPP Loan Forgiveness Application Guidelines

Economic Injury Disaster Loan

Join the SBA's Relief Efforts

Government Contracting


Business Assistance Center Volunteer Registration

We are seeking volunteers with expertise in Business Finance, Marketing, Human Resources, Accounting, CAREs Act Navigation, Organization Management, Business Law and any other skill sets that may be valuable to small businesses during these challenging times to provide remote assistance.


Free-of-charge Tax Preparation Services

United Way of Pinal County offers unique programs to our communities. The VITA Program focuses on providing low-income families with free-of-charge tax preparation services.

Last year United Way of Pinal County provided 1390 families with this service bringing more than $1.5 million back into Pinal County's economy.

Virtual Vita offers volunteer income tax assistance online!



Industry Asset Inventories

Pinal County Workforce is providing the below documents pertaining to industry asset inventories. Click on link(s) to download.

Information Technology Asset Inventory

Aerospace and Defense Asset Inventory

Health Service Asset Inventory

Tourism Asset Inventory

Manufacturing Asset Inventory

Transportation and Logistics Asset Inventory 

Business Volunteer

We are seeking volunteers with expertise in Business Finance, Marketing, Human Resources, Accounting, CAREs Act Navigation, Organization Management, Business Law and any other skill sets that may be valuable to small businesses during these challenging times to provide remote assistance.




[email protected] has no-cost employment readiness services available to help you return to work. Whether you're looking to advance your career or find a new beginning, [email protected] can help you prepare. 

Please note that workforce specialists are NOT able to assist with unemployment-related questions in [email protected] offices or during virtual appointments.  For questions about an unemployment claim, please call the Unemployment call center at 1 (877) 600-2722. Please do not schedule a virtual workforce appointment or go into an [email protected] office for unemployment assistance, as we will be unable to assist you. 

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