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Missouri Disaster Recovery Jobs Program
Temporary Jobs Target Clean-Up, Humanitarian Efforts to Restore Communities Struck by Natural Disasters Workers who are unable to work due to the floods that occurred in Southeast, Central and Northwest Missouri or the tornado that struck the Joplin area on May 22nd can apply for temporary jobs to restore those communities.
The jobs focus on clean-up and humanitarian efforts, such as clearing and removing debris. Under the Missouri Disaster Recovery Jobs Program, the first priority will be to employ workers who lost their jobs because of the tornado or floods. Second priority will go to workers who are unemployed for other reasons.
The following Missouri counties are currently participating in the program:
Holt, Buchanan, Ray Carroll, Lafayette, Saline, Jasper, Barry, Polk, Webster, Washington, Miller, Ozark, Wright, Texas, Howell, Shannon, Reynolds, Oregon, Carter, Wayne, Butler, St. Francois, Iron, Madison, Bollinger, Cape Girardeau, Scott, Stoddard, Missippi, New Madrid, Dunklin and Pemiscot
To apply for a job under the Missouri Disaster Recovery Job Program…
•You must be registered to become eligible for the program by going to jobs.mo.gov. You can register now. This is not an application, but will speed your application process when the time comes.
For the location and office hours of these offices, CLICK HERE.