Who we are
Job Point is Missouri’s premier employment center and Community Development Corporation. Since 1965, we have been linking people and jobs by providing career planning and job placement assistance. We specialize in preparing individuals to enter the workforce while meeting a critical need of the business community.
To unleash human potential by creating life-changing solutions for personal fulfillment and economic independence.
We promote the abilities of individuals seeking employment through innovative training, education and business partnership, enriching the communities where we work and live.
Able and Adaptable
Clarity in Communication
Excellence in Customer Service
Who We Help
Individuals who are unemployed or underemployed
People with economic or educational obstacles
Youth Ages 16+
Persons with physical or mental health conditions, including injuries
Adults and students with developmental disabilities
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Civil Rights (Title VI)
Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Statement
It is the policy and practice of Job Point to provide services to persons without regard to race, creed, color, gender, religion, national origin, sexual orientation, mental or physical disability, or Viet Nam era veteran, except where bona fide occupational requirements exist. This policy will remain consistent with Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity, Title VI of the Civil Rights Act, Section IV of the 1973 Rehabilitation Act, the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), the ADA Amendments Act of 2008, and any other applicable laws. For persons sixteen years or older, vocational services shall also be provided without regard to age.
It is the policy of the Organization to provide equal opportunity in employment to all employees and applicants for employment. No person will be discriminated against in employment because of race, religion, color, sex, age, national origin, disability, sexual orientation, Vietnam era veteran status, gender identity, marital status, or pregnancy. It is also the policy of Job Point to provide regular diversity training to staff and interested community partners.
Equity, Diversity & Inclusion Statement
Job Point respects and values the diversity of our communities and recognizes that this diversity enriches our lives and the lives of those we serve. Job Point staff will identify, respect and address the beliefs, customs, needs, values and worth of all applicants, employees, families, individuals and stakeholders. Our company has a non-discrimination policy for all applicants, employees, individuals and stakeholders in regard to race, religion, color, gender, age, national origin, ancestry, disability, sexual orientation, veteran status, marital status, familial status, pregnancy, genetic information, gender identity, socioeconomic status or language. It is our goal to provide a workplace environment that fosters equal opportunity and equal access and is free from harassment.
Fees for Services
There are fees for some of the services we provide. A current schedule of fees can be provided upon request. Generally, fees are paid by sponsoring agencies such as Division of Vocational Rehabilitation, Rehabilitation Services for the Blind , a Workforce Investment Board, Division of Probation or Parole, Veteran’s Administration or other third party.
When you arrive at Job Point, you will discuss service options with your advisor. This person ensures services delivered are effective and timely. S/he coordinates with other individuals involved in your vocational planning and development. Your advisor is available throughout your stay at Job Point and ensures your needs are being met and you are treated with respect and dignity.
Policy on Availability of Public Information
Job Point is entrusted to serve our community and receives public and private funding in order to provide quality services that achieve measurable outcomes. Accurate and up to date information pertaining to scope of service, financials, performance, accreditation, customer satisfaction and quality is made readily available and upon request. Job Point’s written Code of Ethical Conduct is also made available upon request. Methods utilized to disseminate public information include but are not limited to: quarterly newsletter, annual report, web site, social media, mailings and postings in our offices. Public information is shared with persons served, personnel and other stakeholders according to the needs of the specific group, including: the format, content and timeliness. Additional information or alternative formats may be obtained by contacting the Director of Marketing at 573-474-8560 or at firstname.lastname@example.org. Confidential information will not be shared without confirmation of a current, specific and non-expired Authorization to Disclose form. Outcome information is included in, but not limited to our quarterly newsletter, annual report, website, and postings in our office locations.