Mayor’s Office of Employment Development (MOED):

MOED’s Career Center Network is Baltimore City’s primary deliverer of workforce development services to job seekers and businesses. The primary goal of the Career Center Network is to provide access to resources, which prepare the local workforce to meet the changing needs of local businesses. As such, the Career Center Network provides city residents with easy access to a variety of employment, training, education, and workforce development resources available within the region.

The professional staff at MOED’s, 3 One-Stop Career Centers (Eastside (410) 396-9030, Northwest (410) 523-1060 &  Baltimore Works (410) 767-2148, use a “customer-driven” approach to provide services and activities to enhance the career development process for job seekers and bridges the gap between the needs and demands of businesses, with the support of many partners including the Department of Vocational Rehabilitation (DORS). 

Vocational Rehabilitation Counselors are stationed in the One-Stop Career Centers to provide or arrange for services that include career counseling, assistive technology, vocational training, and/or job placement assistance.   All workstations are wheelchair accessible and adapted to accommodate the needs of the deaf and/or the visually impaired.  Each Center is equipped with a Navigation (Disability) Workstation, a TTY or tele-text accommodation device is available for the deaf to communicate via text over a standard phone line.  Also,  these computers are adapted with large print/raised tactile letter keyboards, screen magnification, screen reader capabilities to enlarge and/or to read the text, icons, or images on the computer screen to accommodate the needs of the disabled, especially the visually impaired. 

Contact Mayor's Office of Employment Development, (410) 396-3009

City of Baltimore’s Department of Human Resources:

A listing of current job announcements, employment opportunities and detailed information on the recruitment process may be viewed online 24 hours a day/7 days a week via the City of Baltimore’s employment opportunities webpage at https://humanresources.baltimorecity.gov/employment

Individuals may also visit the Human Resources/Recruitment office during business hours (M-F 8:30 am – 4:30 pm), to view and apply for posted job announcements. The Recruitment Office is located at 201 E. Baltimore Street, Suite 100, Baltimore, MD  21202, (410) 396-3860; 711 (TTY).

Contact Department of Human Resources Recruitment & Testing, (410) 396-3860; 711 (TTY).