Resources for Job Seekers

The Division of Vocational Rehabilitation is operating on a limited in-office presence until March 15, 2022, due to the increasing cases of omicron in the communities we serve. We have made this decision out of an abundance of caution and to protect the health and safety of our valued customers, staff, and community partners. Customers are able to contact their local DVR office for service-related questions. For all other inquiries, please call 800-637-5627. We appreciate your patience as we continually respond to the COVID-19 crisis.


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WorkSource Washington -- A comprehensive employment service for job seekers and employers. Search for jobs, research the labor market, and locate additional employment resources.

Enter Resume Online

If you are a DVR customer, submit your on-line resume through the WorkSource Washington web site and share your abilities with prospective employers.

Other Resource Links

  • Plain Language ADA Overview – The Mid-Atlantic ADA Center has created an “easy-to-read booklet designed for people with intellectual disabilities, learning disabilities, or anyone else who would like a short, simple overview of the ADA.”
  • A Career Guide to Occupations in Washington State -- Accurate, detailed and up-to-date Labor Market Information (LMI) on some of the most common occupations in our state.
  • Washington Assistive Technology Act Program (WATAP) -- A consumer advocacy network that provides information, resources and consultation on Assistive Technology.
  • Job Accommodation Network (JAN) -- Free information and resources to help select a cost-effective job site accommodation. A program of the President's Committee on the Employment of People with Disabilities. View a training module provided by JAN on how to disclose a disability in the workplace here.
  • Disability and Business Technical Assistance Center Northwest (DBTAC) -- Provides free consultation to questions regarding compliance with the ADA.
  • Social Security Administration Disability Programs -- If you are receiving benefits from SSA you should know about work incentives and how returning to work will effect your income.
  • Job Access -- A national internet employment resource for people with disabilities and employers. Search and enter on-line resumes, ADA and job search information.
  • Inside Worksource -- Information on additional employment and training programs in Washington State.
  • -- managed by the Department of Labor, lists many employment resources.
  • USAJobs -- This is the Federal government’s official site for job information and includes over 16,000 job postings. Through this site, you can search for openings in a particular field, city, or agency, or all three.
  • Self-Sufficiency Calculator -- Using the WA State Workforce Development Council Self Sufficiency Calculator tool can help you look at your overall budget, see the Self Sufficiency Standard cost-of-living approximation for your family type, and learn about resources that can assist you in planning and making progress toward economic Self Sufficiency