Hurricane Irma Recovery Jobs (For Employers)
If you are a public/governmental or nonprofit agency and looking to provide temporary jobs to assist with humanitarian aid, cleanup and restoration activities, please post your job order at https://ext.careersourcebroward.com/Disaster-Assistance.
If you are a for-profit business and looking to provide temporary jobs to assist with humanitarian aid, cleanup, and restoration activities, please post your job order at https://irma.employflorida.com/vosnet/Default.aspx.
Florida Virtual Business Emergency Operations Center Business Assessment Survey
The Florida Department of Economic Opportunity (DEO) activated the Florida Virtual Business Emergency Operations Center (FLVBEOC) Business Damage Assessment survey to gather information on how Hurricane Irma may have affected local business operations. The program will survey businesses affected by Hurricane Irma and share the results with various state and local agencies to implement appropriate relief programs. Affected local businesses should complete a Business Damage Assessment survey that will be used to determine if emergency support programs there are available to help. The survey can be obtained athttp://flvbeoc.org/index.php?action=bda.
Hurricane Irma Recovery Jobs Portal
Are you searching for a job related to Hurricane Irma recovery and relief? Visit the Hurricane Irma Recovery Jobs Portal at https://irma.employflorida.com/vosnet/Default.aspx.
Disaster Unemployment Assistance (Administered by the Florida Department of Economic Opportunity)
Disaster Unemployment Assistance (DUA) provides assistance to individuals whose employment has been either lost or interrupted as a direct result of a major disaster, as declared by the President of the United States. DUA is available to unemployed workers or self-employed individuals who became unemployed as a direct result of the disaster. DUA is also available to those individuals who became the breadwinner, or major support provider, due to the death of the head of household and as a direct result of the disaster. Claims can be filed online at www.floridajobs.org or by calling 1-800-385-3920. The deadline for Florida residents to apply was extended to Tuesday, Nov. 14, 2017. Applications filed after the Nov. 14, 2017, deadline will be considered untimely and DUA benefits may be denied unless applicants provide good cause. For more information, click here. To learn more about the application process, click here.
Federal Emergency Management Agency
Customers who wish to connect with FEMA for assistance in response to Hurricane Irma are asked to go to www.DisasterAssistance.gov. The direct webpage related to Hurricane Irma can be found by visiting www.fema.gov/disaster/4337.