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Application for Employment: If you do not already have an application on file with the CCBDD, we recommend that you submit an official CCBDD employment application with your resume when applying for a position. To download an application, use the link below. If you already have an application on file with the CCBDD that was mailed fewer than 12 months ago, please do not resubmit a new application unless key information has changed. If you have a current application on file, all you need to do is send a letter of interest to the CCBDD employment manager and indicate that you already have an application on file. All letters of interest and employment applications must be sent directly to the employment manager in Human Resources.
Application Deadlines: If an application deadline has passed, but the job posting for that vacancy is still posted on this website, Human Resources is still accepting applications for that vacancy. However, once a job posting is pulled from this website, HR is no longer accepting applications for that particular vacancy.
||Application for Employment: You can obtain the official CCBDD application for employment by clicking the below link. However, please note that this application cannot be submitted online through this website. You must either save it to your personal computer to complete and/or print. Full instructions on the various ways to submit the completed application are detailed on page 6 of the application. Please carefully read page 6 for more details.
Download the employment application here.
For more information about each job opening, please click the job titles below. Each job title is a link to the full job posting, which includes the application procedure.
Investigate Major Unusual Incidents (MUIs) and conduct all related follow up in accordance with requirements specified in state rules and Board policies and procedures.
Under supervision, provide behavioral assessments, consultation, training, and treatment/support recommendations. Write, monitor and update behavior support strategies.
Promote optimal level of function for the health and safety of individuals with developmental disabilities and those who are eligible for CCBDD services through various appropriate therapeutic techniques within guidelines as established by Ohio laws and rules of practice and professional codes of ethics and philosophy of CCBDD.
Review scanned information in OnBase for clarity, orientation, readability and other quality assurance factors. Contact staff regarding corrections.
Plan and direct all services and supports for a group of adults with developmental disabilities; provides direction to the staff assigned to his/her group; supervise, train, and stimulate them in work and habilitative activities to maximize independence; adults may exhibit special behavioral, emotional, or daily living needs; accurately complete and assure that all necessary documentation for Medicaid billing is done in a timely manner.
Assess an individual's/agency's ability to utilize assistive technology and provide technical support for the selection, acquisition, adaptation, and usage of assistive technology systems.
To support positive behavioral interventions by assessing, consulting, providing technical assistance and working directly with intervention specialists, paraprofessionals, related service providers, direct care providers and families, in the home and community settings.
In the absence of the full-time employee, Substitutes are asked to assist in the direction and supervision of a group of adults with developmental disabilities in adult activities centers. Heavy lifting may be required at times, and Substitutes are expected to abide by work rules and procedures established by CCBDD.
Thank you for your interest in the Cuyahoga County Board of Developmental Disabilities!
Once we receive your application or letter of interest, you will receive a confirmation of receipt. Rest assured that once we receive your application, we will review it. If we are interested, we will contact you. It is, therefore, not necessary for you to call to check the status of your application. Please understand that, due to the volume of applications received, we simply cannot take phone calls to confirm receipt or to check the status of applications.
All job offers are made with the understanding that prospective new employees pass a drug test and background check. The CCBDD is an equal opportunity employer with a smoke- and drug-free environment.
Again, thank you for your interest in our organization. We wish you well in your employment search!
Link to current Bona Fide Occupational Qualification: BFOQ
NEON is a Council of Governments established in 1996 by six counties Boards of Developmental Disabilities in the North East Ohio region to address the administration of the Medicaid Waiver services. NEON’s mission is to increase opportunities for people with disabilities in Northeast Ohio through shared resources and regional partnerships.
CCBDD is happy to link you directly to NEON’s job openings; however, please understand that NEON is a separate agency. Therefore, please follow the application procedure found on the NEON website at the link provided above.
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