DEFIANCE COUNTY EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES

 

                                                                                                                                                                                      

·         Unpaid Appointment to Northwest Ohio Regional Child Abuse and Child Neglect Prevention Council

·         Senior Services Part-Time (Variable Hour) Driver

·         Senior Services Meals on Wheels Part-Time (Variable Hour) Driver

·         Northwest Ohio Juvenile Detention Center Superintendent

·         Northwest Ohio Juvenile Detention Center Teacher

·         Northwest Ohio Juvenile Detention Center Youth Workers

·         Maumee Valley Planning Organization – Senior Planner

 

Application for employment

 

Part-Time (Variable) Driver

Defiance County Senior Services

 

The Board of Commissioners of Defiance County is accepting applications for the position of a part-time driver at Defiance County Senior Services.  This position requires transporting senior adults through the Defiance County Senior Services Transportation Program Monday through Friday, approximately 5 ˝ hours per day. 

 

Applicants must possess a valid Ohio driver’s license, proof of insurance and an acceptable driving record.  Starting pay is $10.08 per hour. 

 

Applications are available at both Defiance County Senior Services locations – 140 East Broadway Street in Defiance and 708 East High Street in Hicksville. 

Applications are also online at www.defiance-county.com.  Applications will be accepted until job position is filled.

 

Please submit completed applications to:

Amy Francis, Director

Defiance County Senior Services

140 East Broadway, Defiance OH  43512

 

An Equal Opportunity Employer

 

Part-Time (Variable) Driver

Defiance County Senior Services

 

The Board of Commissioners of Defiance County is accepting applications for the position of part-time Meals on Wheels delivery driver at Defiance County Senior Services.  This position requires transporting Defiance County Senior Services meals Monday through Friday, approximately 5 ˝ hours per day.

 

This position will be throughout Defiance County.  Applicants must possess a valid Ohio driver’s license, proof of insurance and an acceptable driving record.  Starting pay is $10.08 per hour.  Applications are available at both Defiance County Senior Services locations – 140 East Broadway Street in Defiance and 708 East High Street in Hicksville. 

 

Applications are also online at www.defiance-county.com.  Applications will be accepted until job position is filled.

 

Please submit completed applications to:

Amy Francis, Director

Defiance County Senior Services

140 East Broadway, Defiance OH  43512

 

An Equal Opportunity Employer

 

Northwest Ohio Juvenile Detention Center Superintendent Job Posting

 

Full-Time Teaching Position

 

Seeking applications for a Full Time Teacher to work with at risk-youth. Candidate will provide academic instruction to youth in a detention center. Classroom utilizes computers, educational software and other teaching aids. Candidate will provide academic instruction is accordance with professional standards, provide guidance and answer questions to ensure student learn to capabilities. Current Ohio Department of Education Teacher License required. Applications and Job Description available at www.nwojdc.com or contact:

 

 

Adrianne Firman

NW Ohio Juvenile Detention, Training and Rehabilitation Center

3389 Co. Rd. 24-25

Stryker, OH 43557

adriannefirman@nwojdc.com

Youth Workers

Wanted men and women to provide for the safety and security of troubled youth. Northwest Ohio Juvenile Detention, Training and Rehabilitation Center is hiring Intermittent staff who want to make a difference in the lives of at-risk youth. Youth workers work a flexible shift that may include nights shift, weekends and holidays. Starting pay $13.09/hr. Paid training provided. Applications are available at the detention center, by emailing adriannefirman@nwojdc.com  , or visiting www.nwojdc.com

 

SENIOR PLANNER

Classification Responsibilities

A Senior Planner performs advanced-level professional planning work of considerable difficulty and manages complex planning projects to completion. Areas of assignment may include transportation planning, long-range planning, planning and zoning, grant writing, subdivision review, zoning administration, and plan review. Employees in this class may also serve as a staff liaison for national, state, and regional planning agencies and local boards such as the Planning and Zoning or Subdivision Review Boards, depending upon assignment.

Duties, Functions, and Responsibilities

The list of essential functions, as outlined herein, is intended to be representative of the tasks performed within this job description. The omission of an essential function does not preclude management from assigning duties not listed herein if such functions are a logical assignment to the position.

·         Assist with development, implementation, and/or analysis of short- and long-range transportation plans, subarea studies, land use/transportation coordination, performance metrics, grant applications, and other multi-modal planning and studies.

·         Coordinate with staff, stakeholders, and committees to ensure input on programs and projects.

·         Prepare reports and present to various audiences including the MVPO Transportation Technical and Citizens Committees, elected officials, member-government staff, stakeholders, and the public.

·         Coordinate and conduct outreach with various stakeholders inclusive of local governments, partner agencies, the public, vulnerable populations, and others as identified.

·         Remain up to date with transportation funding requirements; review regulations and procedures.

·         Data analysis and management using GIS software.

·         Conduct required background research and data collection to support recommendations for system development, support on planning studies and pilot projects, state and federal grant applications and related reports.

·         Provide support in developing scopes of work and schedules, related budget cost controls, technical analysis and coordination, quality control, and general project delivery.

·         Research and analyze industry trends of land use and development in multi-modal planning.

·         Coordinate interagency activities for specific planning efforts and/or projects.

·         Provide support for development and maintenance of MVPO's Regional Transportation Plan and Transportation Improvement Program.

·         Prioritize and organize work assignments.

·         Take initiative to perform other duties to maintain MVPO operations.

·         Perform drafting, layout, and graphics work.

·         Perform other duties as assigned.

 

Based on assignment, duties may also include: conducting technical research, analyzing data, evaluating findings, identifying significant issues, determining options, and developing staff recommendations for difficult projects; conferring with engineers, developers, architects, outside agencies, and the general public to acquire information and coordinate planning and zoning, and architectural and landscape planning and design matters, or technical elements of traffic studies and general transportation planning issues; preparing for and conducting public meetings to receive input on planning project; and interpreting and applying codes, policies, laws, standards and regulations to ensure development, applications, projects, and code amendments are in compliance. A Senior Planner may supervise the work of paraprofessional/professional staff. This class is responsible for performing related duties as required.

QUALIFICATIONS

Employee Values: All employees of the MVPO are expected to uphold and exhibit the Organization’s shared employee values of knowledge, respect, and integrity.

Minimum Qualifications Required: Graduation from an accredited college or university with a bachelor’s degree in Planning, Urban Planning, Geography, Architecture, Landscape Architecture, Civil Engineering, Transportation Planning, or a related field. Considerable (3 - 5 years) professional experience in transportation planning, urban planning, civil engineering, land-use law, professional design, or traffic engineering. 2-5 years of experience working with ESRI ArcGIS or comparable software. Knowledge and understanding of basic GIS management functions. Expertise in Microsoft Office Suite, including Excel, Access, Word, PowerPoint, and Publisher. Excellent organizational skills; ability to prioritize workload, work independently with minimum supervision, and take initiative. 

Preferred/Desirable Qualifications: American Institute of Certified Planners (AICP) certification and graduation from an accredited college or university with a master’s degree are highly desirable. Possession of a GIS Certificate and/or college courses and demonstrated work experience using Geographic Information Systems.

APPLICATION

Salary: Salary is $52,000 - $65,000 annually (DOQ). This position also includes accrual of paid vacation

and sick time, plus paid holidays. Benefits such as OPERS retirement, health, vision, dental and other insurance plans are available.

Notes to Applicants: One or more openings may be filled from this job posting.

How to Apply: Please send a cover letter and resume Dennis Miller, Executive Director at mvpo@mvpo.org by April 6, 2020. Candidates will not be considered until both resume and cover letter are received.

 

MVPO is an Equal Opportunity Employer. In compliance with United States Equal Employment Opportunity guidelines and the Americans with Disabilities Act, MVPO provides reasonable accommodation to qualified individuals with disabilities and encourages both prospective and current employees to discuss potential accommodations with the employer. MVPO is a Drug Free & Tobacco Free Workplace.

 

Unpaid Appointment to Northwest Ohio Regional Child Abuse and Child Neglect Prevention County

The Defiance County Board of Commissioners is seeking applications of persons interested in being appointed to the Northwest Ohio Regional Child Abuse and Child Neglect Prevention Council. The Northwest Ohio Regional Child Abuse and Child Neglect Prevention Council’s purpose is to address child abuse and child neglect prevention services through a process of identifying needs, determining strategies to address those needs. The Northwest Ohio Regional Child Abuse and Child Neglect Prevention Council is directed by Mercy Health.

 

The Commissioners are seeking one individual to provide various areas of expertise, depending on their professional or personal background. Each representative is expected to possess a holistic awareness and understanding of local child abuse and child neglect prevention efforts including, but not limited to, the local providers/vendors who are implementing prevention programs and services, where gaps exist in prevention program/service provision, and where funds for prevention programs and services can be effectively leveraged.

 

The individual would be appointed to a two-year term, may be re-appointed, but may only serve for two consecutive terms.

 

Application forms available at the Commissioners’ office, 500 Court Street, Suite A, Defiance, OH from 8:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. Monday – Friday and at www.defiance-county.com.  Applications accepted until 4:00 p.m. on Friday, April 10, 2020.  Submit completed application to:

 

Stephanie Metz, Clerk

c/o Defiance County Commissioners

500 Court Street, Suite A

Defiance, OH  43512

 

or via email at coclerk@defiance-county.com

Regional Child Abuse and Child Neglect Prevention Council Member Reference Guide

Appointment Application