Jefferson City, Mo. – The public interface of the MoJobs website, the state’s labor data exchange and case management system, was brought back online with most of its functionality starting today.
The public was notified on June 29 that MoJobs was down due to an outage affecting the site’s provider, Geographic Solutions Incorporated (GSI). The GSI outage affected more than 35 other states. Since then, the Missouri Department of Higher Education and Workforce Development, along with the Missouri Office of Administration, have worked closely with GSI to bring Missouri’s system back online.
The first phase of bringing the site back online took place early this morning, giving employers the opportunity to post job vacancies and enabling job seekers to continue job search services. While the site is back up and running, some features are still unavailable. The MoJobs Connect app is still down, along with some MoJobs system interfaces, including the Tallify assessment.
All MoJobs users will need to reset their password upon login. Resources and instructions will continue to be available on the jobs.mo.gov website until the MoJobs system is restored to full service.
The state will continue to meet with GSI to bring the site back to full functionality. In addition to MoJobs’ self-service portal, Missourians can still receive services by phone at 1-888-728-5627 or by visiting one of 27 Missouri Local Job Centers located throughout the state. . Look for ongoing updates on the jobs.mo.gov website.