COVID-19 Job Seeker Resources
Need a Job? Let’s Get Started!
Surprise is committed to helping our workforce identify opportunities for employment.
Have questions about starting a job search?
A great resource to start with is City of Surprise Workforce Development Coordinator Andrew Witzel: 623.222.1630 or email: email@example.com.
Interested in receiving the Arizona@Work Job Blast Newsletter directly to your phone?Text AZATWORK to 22828 to receive the Arizona@Work Job Blast Newsletter.
Are Filing An Unemployment Insurance Claim?
Claimants may file Unemployment Insurance Claims using any one of the following methods:
Online: To file for unemployment insurance benefits online, visit www.azui.gov and click on the button titled “Apply for UI Benefits.”
Paper: The Initial Claim form for Unemployment Insurance is on the website and can be printed and submitted by fax or mail. https://des.az.gov/sites/default/files/dl/UB-105.pdf
- Mailing Address for AZ Unemployment Insurance:
Department of Economic Security
Unemployment Insurance Administration
P. O. Box 29225
Phoenix, Arizona 85038-9225
- FAX Numbers for AZ Unemployment Insurance:
Phoenix: 602.364.1210 or 602.364.1211
Tucson: 520.770.3357 or 520.770.3358
Phone: Individuals can submit their Unemployment Insurance application telephonically by calling 1-877-600-2722.
- Job Creators Network
- City of Surprise Community Jobs Board
- Surprise Resource Center
- Arizona Department of Economic Security – COVID-19 Information
- Pipeline AZ
- Social Security and the CARES Act
- Provisions Related to Unemployment Compensation in the CARES Act
- 2020 Rebates: FAQs
- Arizona Commerce Authority
Please check back regularly on this page for updates, as there are daily changes, announcements and updates expected.
Interested in Upskilling?
Here’s a No Cost Virtual Certification Opportunity for Parents of Children Under 13
Maricopa Community Colleges/Corporate College in collaboration with Arizona@Work is providing a FREE virtual training and certification with guaranteed job interviews for parents of children 13 and under seeking to upskill in careers in IT/Cyber. (Comp Tia ++ certification). Classes are filling up quickly will begin the week of April 13th; more classes may be added based on the interest level.