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Welcome to the Able Job Seekers website:

A partnership between the Department of Social and Health Services, Division of Vocational Rehabilitation and the Governor's Committee on Disability Issues and Employment. Funding for this project comes from the Department of Social and Health Services, Division of Vocational Rehabilitation. is your single source of contact for employers to get ideas, resources, and assistance on issues related to serving applicants and employees with disabilities.

"People with disabilities are a source of qualified workers that is frequently overlooked. This pool of workers represents one of the largest groups seeking employment in today's market."

Thomas J. Donohue
President and Chief Executive Officer
Chamber of Commerce of the United States of America

What you will find here:

  • Technical assistance and available resources to assist you in recruiting, hiring, employing, accommodating, retaining, supervising, and promoting people who have disabilities
  • A mechanism for distributing job listings to Washington State's major sources of potential applicants who have significant disabilities
  • Information about opportunities for employers who have recruitment needs to communicate those needs to training and placement providers who work with people with disabilities

Contact us

Able Job Seekers
c/o Governor’s Committee on Disability Issues and Employment
(866) 438-3292 (V)
(360) 438-3167 (TTY)



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