The Board is currently has immediate openings for the following positions. Please click on each position title for more details and an online application.
As the Records & Imaging Document Scanner, you will be responsible for performing digital imaging of paper documents for storage on the Board’s electronic records management system. Duties include, among others, running records through the scanner, reassembling files after imaging, entering data and assisting with other reporting requirements, and maintaining confidentiality, security, and privacy of all records. High school diploma or G.E.D. required, as is the passing of basic Excel and electronic mail skills tests.
Lucas County Board of Developmental Disabilities is seeking a professional to work with infants and toddlers up to 5 years old with developmental delays. Must be able to provide developmentally appropriate interventions using a family-centered approach. The Lucas County Board of Developmental Disabilities offers competitive compensation and a comprehensive benefit package.
Join a progressive and vital team that impacts the lives of hundreds of people every day. Lucas County Board of Developmental Disabilities is now hiring Service & Support Specialist. The Service & Support Specialist is responsible for supporting individuals with developmental disabilities in determining and pursuing life goals, and maintaining the individual focus and coordinating services and supports across multiple systems, while functioning as the Board’s primary point of coordination for each person on their caseload.
- A Bachelor’s Degree in Social Work from an accredited program. Master’s degree preferred.
- Bachelor degree from an accredited college or university and one (1) year of experience in coordinating, assessing, and linking services and supports in addition to, or conjunction with, developing service plans for individuals. Service coordination experience with individuals with developmental disabilities or in a related field preferred. Master’s degree preferred.
- Bachelor degree from an accredited college or university and successful completion of a University or College sponsored one (1) academic year SSA internship with LCBDD. Master’s degree preferred.
An employee in this classification, under the direction of a Coordinator, is responsible for evaluating and assessing speech and language disabilities and providing interventions and recommendations for those individuals diagnosed with a communication disorder.
Please note that we can only accept applications and résumés for positions that are currently posted. Each application is reviewed by Human Resources to determine if the minimum qualifications are met. Check back often for updates on our open positions.
The Lucas County Board of Developmental Disabilities values diversity and is committed to providing an inclusive environment where every employee, individual served, family and provider is heard and respected.
Our outstanding benefits package includes:
- Generous contributions to the Ohio Public Employees Retirement System
- Low premiums and co-pays on medical, vision, and dental insurance
- Access to 24/7 Telemedicine Services
- Life Insurance
Optional benefits include:
- The Lucas County Wellness Program, a health partnership between the County and its employees.
- Up to 50% reimbursement for membership(s) at area gyms and health clubs.
- Membership into the Toledo Metro Federal Credit Union, which serves the financial needs of the employees of Lucas County and City of Toledo.
- Flexible Spending Accounts