Updated April 1st at 7:30
- Jones and Son - Hiring full and part time. Fire extinguisher service technicians needed. Call 352/463-2053.
- Dollar General - Hiring sales associates, lead sales associates, and assistant managers. For more details, go here.
- Publix - Hiring for multiple positions including cashiers, bakery clerks, and deli clerks. For more details and to apply, go here.
- Winn Dixie - Hiring Baggers, Grocery Associates, and Deli Associates. For more details, and to apply, go here.
- Dollar Tree - Hiring Assistant Store Manager, Sales Floor Associate, and Cashier. For more details and to apply, go here.
- Gator Heating & Air - Hiring HVAC Technician. For more details and to apply, go here.
- Gumby's Pizza - Accepting Applications for drivers, call them at 352-374-9629.
- Fresh Market of Gainesville - Hiring for multiple positions. Go to thefreshmarket.com, choose Company on the Menu tab, then go to careers.
- Hitchcock's - Hiring at all locations for multiple positions, including cashiers, stocking crew, and cleaning crew. Go to the careers tab of myhitchcocks.com to apply.
- Bite Squad - Hiring drivers. Apply online. Must be 18-plus years of age, clean driving record, valid license/insurance, own an apple or android smart phone.
Unemployment/Reemployment Assistance: For more details go to the Florida Department of Economic Opportunity website.
COVID-19 Frequently Asked Questions
Individuals who may be eligible for Reemployment Assistance may include:
• Those who are quarantined by a medical professional or a government agency,
• Those who are laid off or sent home without pay for an extended period by their employer due to COVID-19 concerns, or
• Those who are caring for an immediate family member who is diagnosed with COVID-19.
If your employment has been negatively impacted as a result of the mitigation efforts in Florida to stop the spread of COVID-19, you may be eligible to receive Reemployment Assistance.
Individuals whose employment has been impacted, but are still receiving wages through paid leave are not eligible to receive Reemployment Assistance.
What is Reemployment Assistance?
Reemployment Assistance provides temporary wage replacement (unemployment insurance) benefits to eligible individuals who are out of work through no fault of their own.
Am I eligible for Reemployment Assistance?
If you have a history of wages in the state of Florida, you are actively able and available to seek and accept new
employment, and you are currently unemployed or work reduced hours through no fault of your own, you may be eligible to receive Reemployment Assistance benefits.
How do I file a Reemployment Assistance claim?
Reemployment Assistance claims are handled by the CONNECT system. You can file your claim by accessing CONNECT through www.floridajobs.org in the Reemployment Assistance Service Center in the right hand corner of the page.
People who need assistance filing a claim online because of legal reasons, computer illiteracy, language barriers, or disabilities may call 1-800-681-8102.
What will I need to complete a application?
You will need the following information to complete an application:
• Social Security Number
• Driver’s License or State ID
• Your last 18 months of employment (including name, separation reason, earnings, and dates of work)
• Work authorization (if not a US citizen)
• DD-214 member 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, or 8 (if a military employee)
• SF 8 or SF 50 (if a federal employee)
What happens after I file a claim?
Your claim has two levels of review after you complete an application:
• Your history of wages are reviewed to determine if you have earned enough to qualify for benefits
• Any issues (such as job separation) found during your application are reviewed to determine eligibility
You must login to the CONNECT system every two weeks to request benefit payment. Your first date to return to CONNECT is provided at the end of your application. You must request benefits even while your claim is being reviewed. During your request, you will need to report your job searches, work and any earnings.
How do I receive payments after filing a claim and requesting benefits?
If you are determined eligible after all reviews are complete, payments will be distributed by direct deposit or through the Way2Go debit card based on your initial application. Debit cards are mailed after the first payment is processed and may take
7-10 business days to receive by mail. Payments take 1-2 business to arrive after being processed.
Helpful Links from CareerSource of North Central Florida for businesses, employees, and those currently seeking a job:
- Unemployment Claims/Benefits: (800) 204-2418 or floridajobs.org
- Job Search: www.employflorida.com
- Business Damage Assessment Survey
- U.S. Small Business Disaster Assistance
- Florida Department of Health COVID-19 Toolkit
- Center For Disease Control and Prevention Guidance for Businesses
- Current Travel Advisories