Workforce Ombudsman Assistance

We Can Help You Find Your Next Star Employee

We recognize that behind every new product, service, contract and business success is a team of brilliant individuals. Loudoun County is home to one of the best-educated labor pools in the country, and businesses here have regional access to millions of workers.

As you look to expand your business, we’re here to help you find the right technical talent, right away.

What does that mean?

Loudoun Economic Development has built a network of government, non-profit and private entities to help fill your talent needs. If you’re looking to add positions on a seasonal or sporadic basis, please consider the following resources:

Get Listed on the Loudoun Jobs Portal

Are your open positions in Loudoun County showing on the Loudoun Jobs Portal? If not, fill out the form below to ensure that they show:

Search the Loudoun Jobs Portal

Workforce Resources offered by Loudoun County, Mike Bozeth

Are you a Loudoun County employer looking to fill part-time, hourly or entry-level positions? Please fill out a detailed request form below:

Commuter Services offered by Loudoun County, Judy Galen

Loudoun County offers information and resources about a variety of commuting options available to those who live and work in the county. For personalized trip planning, please fill out a detailed request form below:

Grants Offered by Loudoun County, Shalom Black

Loudoun County government provides a variety of grant opportunities for businesses and non-profits that meet certain specifications. For more information, please visit their website or fill out a detailed form:

Hire A Veteran: Virginia Employment Commission

The Virginia Economic Commission’s ‘Hire a Veteran” initiative is committed to assisting transitioning military, National Guard, Reserve Component Members and veterans to be productive in the civilian workforce.

To speak to a specialist about employment services, please call reception at 866-832-2363.

Hire Experienced Workers: Virginia Department of Aging & Rehabilitative Services

The Virginia Department of Aging and Rehabilitative Services is dedicated to improving the employment, quality of life, security, and independence of older Virginians, Virginians with disabilities, and their families.

To speak to a specialist about employment services, please call reception at 703-771-4775.

Northern Virginia Community College Resources

NVCC Workforce conducts research on economic conditions and the labor market in Northern Virginia to develop a robust talent pipeline that meets the needs of employers in the region. For more information or to request custom labor market research for your company or organization, please fill out a detailed request below:

NVCC’s Corporate Engagement services enable companies to connect directly with today’s students and the workforce of tomorrow. Working with companies to identify current and future business needs and develop strategies that complement the innovation that lies at the heart of our region’s economic competitiveness. For more information, please fill out a detailed request below:

Looking to partner with NVCC? Please fill out a detailed request for Tatyana Schum in Campus and Community Relations, below:

Shenandoah University Resources

Shenandoah University’s Career & Professional Development For Employers builds lasting relationships between Shenandoah University and businesses. In doing so, they strive to make recruitment effective and productive based on your company’s unique needs, while connecting you to quality talent. For more information, please fill out a detailed request below:

Looking to partner with Shenandoah University? Please fill out a detailed request for Ernie Carnevale, Director of Government and Community Relations, below:

George Mason University Resources

George Mason University offers a number of resources for Loudoun businesses, including continuing education for workers, programs designed to meet your business needs, and resources to keep your team on track. For more information on how your business could benefit, please fill out a detailed request for Lisa Karim below:

Virginia Tech Resources

Virginia Tech’s Office of Economic Development can help your organization or community by providing research and university connections that will help you think strategically and find your pathway to economic prosperity. For more information, please fill out a detailed request for Afroze Mohammed below:

Partner With Academies of Loudoun

The Academies of Loudoun Placement Services offers students a structured learning experience as they explore career fields, and apply academic coursework to the workplace. These services enable a collaborative partnership between the student, employers and the Academies of Loudoun Placement Services. For more information on how your business could benefit, please fill out a detailed request from Kim Yeager below:

The Academies of Loudoun Community Connections enables opportunities for valuable enhancement to our education programs by connecting what students learn in the classroom to authentic, real world experiences. For more information on how your business could benefit, please fill out a detailed request from Jennifer Miller below:

Incentives: GO Virginia, Region Seven (Loudoun County), Sue Rowland

Looking for funding tied to jobs growth? GO Virginia provides incentives which are matched with local, federal, and private funds to encourage collaboration at the regional level to grow and diversify the economy:

Additional Market Data, Education and Partners

Market Research:

Looking for data provided by federal and Virginia agencies? Check out the following government sources:

Education/Internships:

Looking for additional opportunities to engage with students and educational institutions? Please consider these options:

Collaboration and Networking:

Looking to network? Please consider these organizations:

What if I need hands-on support?

nancy evanko workforce specialist loudoun county economic development

For businesses in rapid growth mode, Loudoun is ready to provide one-on-one support. If your business is needing to add talent on a rolling basis, please request the ombudsman services of Loudoun Workforce Development Analyst Nancy Evanko.

Evanko has extensive experience in national for-profit, non-profit, and managed care organizations in leadership talent acquisition, human resources and business development roles. She can collabroate with your executives and human resources personnel to offer customized solutions for acquiring and upskilling talent to meet your needs.

Please note: Businesses in the following industries will receive priority for ombudsman services: information communication technology, highly-specialized manufacturing, federal government contracting, aviation and logistics, aerospace and agriculture.