The Simi Valley Chamber of Commerce has launched the Simi Works Job Center, an all-in-one webpage for employers and employees to complete their job search needs. Employers in the Simi Valley area are able to promote any open jobs they have to the community at large, and search for qualified employees through the job center. Employees searching for a job are able to search through the job listings, upload their resumes, and apply directly through the website.
As our community moves further into the stages of reopening, many individuals will be searching for jobs, and many employers will be searching for qualified applicants to join their team. As the voice of business in Simi Valley, the Chamber launched the Simi Works Job Center to address this need and make it as easy as possible for our businesses and employees to keep our business community open and strong.
This service is completely free for those seeking jobs, and is a free member benefit for Chamber Members. Through the end of August 2020, it is free for any business to post their jobs using the code “COVID19”. Businesses can list their jobs and search through candidates in a couple simple steps, and individuals can search through open positions and post their resume just as easily.
Get started today by visiting https://simivalleychamber.mcjobboard.net/jobs.
For any questions, contact Samantha Shapiro at email@example.com or call the Chamber office at 805-526-3900.
County Vaccine Update
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As of 1/19/21 31,553 individuals have been vaccinated in Ventura County. The County has received 44,625 first dose vaccines. All appointments are filled this week.
More appointments will be opened next week. A notice will be sent when they open up.
The County has to wait each week on the amount of vaccines provided to the County from the State and then more appointments can be made. All vaccines coming in are going out to the people in Phase 1A and 75 and older. We have more eligible people wanting the vaccine than vaccines available.
It will take months to vaccinate all people. Vaccine supply is the biggest barrier to making this effort move more quickly. This is impacting Counties throughout the State.
Once appointments are opened you can register on the Ventura County Recovers website at the following link:
You can also call their hotline to make an appointment next week. Currently, the hotline has a recording saying all appointments are full. Once more appointments are open an operator will be able to help callers make appointments.
The phone number is: 805-477-7151.
The Area Agency on Aging provides transportation services for older adults that are in need of transportation to a vaccine appointment or for COVID-19 testing. This includes people that need lift assist as well as gurney transportation. The driver will take you, wait for you, help you at the site and take you home.
To schedule a ride call 805-477-7300.
You must have a vaccine appointment before you schedule a ride.
View all phase information at the following link:
Who is allowed to be vaccinated now per State Guidelines:
Phase 1A, Tiers 1 - 3: