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Working for Developmental Disabilities of Clark County
If you’re looking for more than a career and want an opportunity to make a positive impact in people’s lives, Developmental Disabilities of Clark County is the right place for you!
We recognize that in order to provide the highest level of service, we must hire dedicated, professional people who understand what it means to serve the community. We believe that the quality of our service is dependent upon the quality of our people.
We offer competitive wages and varying levels of benefits for both full and part-time staff. Developmental Disabilities of Clark County is an equal opportunity employer with a smoke and drug-free environment.
What our Staff Says
“I like that my job is to make a difference in somebody’s life.” -MD
“I love my co-workers! Everyone is helpful and friendly.” -AW
“Great things happen here!” -MT
What is a Developmental Disability?
A developmental disability is a severe, chronic mental and/or physical impairment. It appears before the age of twenty-two, and is likely to continue indefinitely. It results in substantial limitation in at least three areas of life, including: self-care, language, learning, mobility, self-direction, and capacity for independent living.
Who We Are
Developmental Disabilities of Clark County assists people who have developmental disabilities to live, work and participate in our community. We serve three functions:
administrator, funder, and service authorizer.
As administrator, we determine who is eligible for services in accordance with Federal and State law. We are also responsible for the safety and security of people who have developmental disabilities in Clark County, and monitoring those who provide services.
As funder, we seek, secure, and distribute Federal, State and local funds to pay for services for those eligible.
As the authorizer of services, we connect people who have developmental disabilities with quality services. We also provide services including residential living, early intervention for children, adult habilitation, specialized transportation, and job training.
Contact Human Resources
Voice: (937) 346-0745
Fax: (937) 327-6601
Hours: Monday-Friday, 8 a.m. – 4 p.m.
Location: 2535 Kenton Street, Springfield, Ohio 45505