OhioMeansJobs Career Center



  1. Customers are encouraged to receive services via phone and email, where applicable, or make an appointments with a staff member.  In addition, a Walk-Up Window is also available for services and is located to the left of the entrance.
  2. For customers needing access to the Career Center or building,  you must check in at the Walk-Up Window.  A staff member will record the name and contact phone number of each individual and:
    1. All customers are required to have a temperature check.
    2. All customers must complete the screening tool prior to entry.
    3. All customers must wear a mask at all times.
  3. Due to limited space in the Career Center only the customer seeking services may enter. Additional family members and others, otherwise not essential, must remain outside.
  4. The OMJ Career Center is limited to seven (7) people in total: Five (5) customers and two (2) staff.
  5. Customers admitted in the Career Center are required to stay in the Center.  For scheduled appointments elsewhere in the building, they must wait for staff to escort them to the appointment location.
  6. Job Applications must be accessed via a staff member. Customers must ask for assistance.
  7. No food or drinks are allowed inside the OMJ or W&B areas.

Hours of Operation:  8:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.
Monday through Friday


OhioMeansJobs Pike County’s mission is to empower the unemployed or underemployed to achieve self-sufficiency through the many services offered. Our mission is to also assist employers in finding and keeping hard-working, dependable employees who have the skills necessary to compete in the fast-paced world of business.


OhioMeansJobs Pike County’s vision is to ensure that the workforce and training needs of our employers and job seekers are provided through the collaboration of OhioMeansJobs Pike County’s Partner Services, as well as business, education, labor, and public sector partnerships.


The OhioMeansJobs Pike County is a universal service that is available at no cost to everyone and has no income requirements. The OhioMeansJobs Pike County is a fully staffed resource center with a wide variety of Job Search, Career Planning, and Community Resource Information. It contains local and regional newspapers as well as college catalogs, financial aid and grant applications, and Labor Market Information. The Bulletin Board is posted with job openings and training providers in the area. The Phone Center is available for individuals to call employers or check on potential jobs leads. The Computer Center gives individuals access to the Internet and on-line job search as well as word processing to develop resumes and cover letters. Individuals may also sign up to take an Initial Assessment. The tool helps individuals in career exploration by determining the individual’s interests, values and abilities, as well as basic academic skills.