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Are you looking for a new career in Decatur & Macon County? Perhaps you are ready to make a move and check out what all the buzz is about or you’re looking to transfer your current skill set to another field. This page provides a list of resources to help you in the hunt.

Where to Search:

We like to keep things simple, so here are a few tips on looking for jobs here. Click here for a list of current openings. The list is long. so use the Search bar and/or filters to search for keywords, job titles, or companies. The list is compiled of the most recent job openings. Want a quick breakdown of the job openings list by industry and average annual wage? Take a look at the graphic below. Happy hunting!


Short Term Job Training

Need to brush up on your skills or enroll in certified courses? Check out what’s available here in Macon County this summer by clicking here.

My Next Move

Take the Interest Profiler from My Next Move assessment to get an idea on what careers may align with your interests. This tool will also provide the most current local data on wages, employment, job postings, and associated education and training.

Looking to Transfer Skills to a New Career? Start Here.

Sometimes you may be on the hunt for a new career through no fault of your own. Maybe your job was eliminated or perhaps your employer is going out of business. Whatever the case may be, we have two outstanding resources to get you back into the workforce: Workforce Investment Solutions and Richland Community College.

Workforce Investment Solutions (WIS) is the community resource for building the skilled and qualified workforce of tomorrow. Their team provides services and knowledge needed for job seekers to obtain employment and achieve their goals. WIS services are provided at no charge. With job search assistance, job training, business incentives and more, there’s a good reason to make WIS your first stop when you’re looking for that new career. Funding may also be available for training and tuition, books and fees.

Richland Community College’s (RCC) EnRich program is another vital piece in making your career switch. The EnRich program builds a bridge from the employer to the unemployed by constructing a skilled workforce through technical and essential skills training in manufacturing, building trades, trucking and logistics, and paraprofessional education. 89% of EnRich graduates are hired by major local employers upon successful completion of the program.

Together WIS and RCC work to make it easy for you. With the help of career coaches at WIS and RCC, you’ll be on the right path to finding that new job. To get started, complete the form here and someone from WIS and RCC will be in contact soon with further direction. Also be sure to check out the links provided to the right of the page (or bottom of page on mobile platforms) for additional information on working with WIS and RCC as well as other job resources.

Worried About Finances?

Put your mind at ease and know there are several resources available to help cover the costs. Check out these nontraditional scholarship opportunities available from The Community Foundation of Macon County and the Richland Community College Foundation.


Consider a rewarding career in the construction industry with our partners below:

Union Plumbing, Steamfitting, and HVACR
Union Electrical Construction and Maintenance Industry
Welding, Pipefitting, Carpentry, and More

United Way’s 2-1-1

The United Way’s 2-1-1 program is a free, confidential referral and information helpline and website that connects people of all ages and from all communities to the essential health and human services they need, 24 hours a day, seven days a week. By calling 2-1-1, you can find out information on food and nutrition programs, employment and education opportunities, shelter and housing options, utilities assistance and many other programs. Learn more here.

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