Chamber Launches Jobs Board to Connect Job Seekers to Lawrence County Employers

LAWRENCEBURG, Tenn. – Chamber officials have released a new service to support business and industry throughout the community.  Lawrence County’s first local jobs board,, was launched on Monday, August 24.  The new platform will serve as the premier website for job seekers seeking a job opportunity in Lawrence County and is designed to serve businesses of any size and any sector.  For job seekers, the platform will list full-time, part-time, seasonal, and available internship opportunities.

“We know that providing a community jobs board is not only essential for jobs seekers getting back on their feet, but for local businesses ramping up in our post-COVID economy,” explained Chamber President & CEO Ryan Egly.  “Through LawCoJobs, it is our hope that all businesses in Lawrence County will be able to quickly find qualified talent to support their operations.”

“I am proud of the Chamber staff and the partnership we were able to build between WLX, the City of Lawrenceburg, and Aha! Creative to create  We believe this new website will be a service to our small businesses for many years to come,” stated Ben Gobble, Board Chairman of the Lawrence County Chamber.

“We know there are other websites out there for job seekers, but as we enter a new economy I understand the value of a consolidated local jobs board to serve the diverse businesses located in Lawrenceburg and Lawrence County,” said Lawrenceburg Mayor Blake Lay.  “I would like to congratulate the Chamber and encourage all businesses—from hospitality to healthcare, manufacturing to mom & pop—to post their job openings to” 

For job seekers, LawCoJobs can be accessed on websites for the county and city governments of Lawrence County, WLX’s website (, and the Chamber’s website (  A video tutorial explaining how to access and use LawCoJobs was released by the Chamber this week and can be found here.  

Charlotte Stremler of WLX Radio stated, “WLX is excited about and committed to working with the Lawrence County Chamber to launch the jobs board for Lawrence County.  It has long been my vision to create a jobs board, and I commend the Chamber for making this a reality, providing yet another example of how they continue to create economic connections for our communities.  I appreciate everyone who had a hand in making this happen, and I look forward to seeing how we can use this tool to help people find new jobs that they love.”

About the Lawrence County Chamber of Commerce
The Lawrence County Chamber of Commerce is a network of businesses, industries, local governments, utilities, and private citizens that are committed to improving the quality of life in and around the Lawrence County, Tennessee region through economic, tourism, and workforce development.