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Job Opportunities

If you are interested in working in a caring environment to support people with developmental disabilities successfully live, work and learn in the community, the Butler County Board of Developmental Disabilities may have just the position for you.

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Interested persons should submit an application or resume to:

Butler County Board of DD
Personnel Department
Janet Clemmons Center
282 N. Fair Avenue
Hamilton, OH 45011

The Butler County Board of DD is an equal opportunity employer and service provider.

For applicants who have been offered employment, the Board performs a criminal background check and motor vehicle record check. In order to ensure that applicants are physically able to perform the duties of the position they seek, the Board requires the applicant to undergo a physical examination (paid for by the Board). The results of this exam are confidential and note only whether or not the applicant is physically able to perform the essential functions of the work in question. As part of this examination, the applicant will undergo a drug screen. The test will detect the presence of alcohol, illegal drugs, and illegally used drugs. Applicants who test "positive" will not be considered for employment. In addition, applicants will be tested to determine if they have Tuberculosis.

For information about job opportunities with the Butler County Board of DD call Dawn Smith, Administrative Secretary at (513) 785-2817 or email her at dasmith@butlerdd.org.

AVAILABLE: Immediately
SALARY: $11.39 - $13.53 / hour
HOURS: 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. (flexible)
LOCATION: Liberty Center

POSITION DUTIES:    This is a bargaining unit position that assists Habilitation Supervisors. The primary responsibility of this position is to provide direct service to individuals with developmental disabilities within facility based programs, in accordance with written Individual Service Plans, including: activity/lesson plans, behavior plans, and other directions given by the habilitation Supervisor, or other professional and supervisory staff with a particular emphasis on supporting individuals with non-medical transportation and habilitation programming, including: recreational/leisure activities, physical fitness activities, art, and academic activities being provided within Board operated facilities or the community.

QUALIFICATIONS:  High School Diploma or equivalent.  Ability to work with individuals with developmental disabilities.  Must meet certification standards for Registered Service as established by the Ohio Department of Developmental Disabilities.  Must have valid Driver’s License with acceptable driving abstract.

Human Resources Department
282 N Fair Ave
Hamilton, OH  45011

Equal Opportunity Employer And Service Provider

AVAILABLE: Immediately
SALARY: $11.39 – $13.53 / per hour
HOURS: Full-Time
LOCATION: Community Support Services, 155 Donald Drive, Fairfield, Ohio 45014
NATURE OF POSITION:   The primary responsibility of this position is to provide highly skilled secretarial support and confidentially to a Community Team.

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS: Eligibility and Referral Aide duties (including processing confidential paperwork:  organizing collateral, typing eligibility letters and school letters, updating eligibility screens and OEDI/COEDI individuals screens, and mail letters); assist in audits; assist with crisis incidents, provide professional interaction and follow through, produces typed copy from rough written copy, dictation, or brief oral instructions involving correspondence, reports required for supervisors/director of program(s), or other material of a technical, scientific, or confidential nature of a type requiring knowledge or use of special terminology; responds to routine correspondence independently; prepares and follows-up on outstanding business; sets up office procedures; does research, gathers statistics, prepares reports, assists in budget, acts as liaison between team and other MR/DD employees and other agencies; and assists team Supervisor with office functions.  Responsible to bill Waiver Administration for funding related to waiver activities.

Screens calls and visitors maintaining confidentiality; compile and maintain, check/correct/review for accuracy the case listing for All Teams Case listing; parent screens, guardians listing and IIF codes for reporting to the state; maintain eligibility listing for on-call book and keeping book up-to-date; final approval for family resource applications (all ages); provide computer technical assistance;  document imaging for files; provide “Age Out Reports” for 3, 6 and 16 year olds; may be responsible for assisting with and processing information related to Medicaid Spend Down reporting; type confidential psychological reports; maintains and organizes consumer charts and records; may receive, resolve, or refer citizen complaint; disseminate pertinent information to/from providers (RFPs, etc.); may supervise and/or perform typing and clerical tasks of a general or routine nature; orders, distributes, and accounts for use of office supplies; participates in community outreach.  

QUALIFICATIONS:  High School Diploma or equivalent; ability to type 50 words per minute; one course in typing and one course in office procedures or equivalent in experience; ability to lift 20 pounds.  Must have current Ohio Driver's License and provide acceptable driving abstract.  May be required to act as a notary public.

HR Department
282 N Fair Ave
Hamilton, Ohio 45011

Equal Opportunity Employer and Service Provider