Current Job Postings

Local businesses frequently contact the EACC in search of employees to fill current needs.  The EACC job board is created to help current and past EACC students find employment.  Please check back regularly to see new employment opportunities. 

Any employer that is currently partnered with the Elkhart Area Career Center may complete this Google Form to create a job posting for this Job Board website or contact Heidi Krusenklaus.  If you are not currently a partner and would like to learn more, contact Heidi Krusenklaus.

Current opportunities:

Elkhart Counties Sheriff’s Office

Quick Lube-Zeigler Auto Group

Production and Warehouse Worker-Lozier

Cabinet Installer LUE Mfg.

Cabinet Builder LUE Mfg.

Lippert Components

Excel Electronics

Black Tie Products

South Bend Form Tool Co

Vasco Realty

Foamcraft, Inc

Billing Representative

Cleaning Tech

Customer Service Representative

Drive and Shine Positions

Medical Delivery Tech

Medical Documentation Rep

COVID-19 Vaccination Call Center

Outreach Specialist

Weaver Ag and Lawn Mechanic

Weaver Ag and Lawn Parts Counter

Veterinary Assistant

The Art of Design

Five Star Life

Mishawaka Sheet Metal

Employment Agencies:

HRC Collaboration Group

Indiana Career Connect

Specialized Staffing

Arts and Communication Engineering, Manufacturing, and Technology Construction  Transportation Hospitality and Human Services Health and Public Safety
Damon Gates Automotive Elkhart Community Schools Beacon
Dec-O-Art Inc. Gurley Leep Boys and Girls Club Goshen Health
IMKO Monteith’s Tire
Thor Motor Coach O’ Reilly Auto Parts
Jayco Professional Transportation
Lippert Components Zeigler Auto Group
Lozier Penske
MasterBrand Cabinets Drive and Shine
MORryde
Pro Services
Welch Packaging

Volunteer Opportunities:

LoveWay Inc.

Rapid Recovery helps Indiana residents earn quality, state-funded certificates in manufacturing, building and construction, IT and business science, health sciences, and agriculture. WorkOne works with many training partners and employers throughout the region to get Indiana residents through training programs and into jobs. Through the federally-funded CARES Act, the Indiana Commission for Higher Education is providing tuition funding for these training programs, but only until the end of 2020 with available CARES Act dollars. Training programs may be completed in as little as 40 hours (or one week), so there may very well be a fit for individuals to obtain funded training!  Go here to learn more.