We are hiring!

Interested in working in Public Assistance at Clermont County DJFS?

Would you like to work at a place that offers job stability, great benefits, and be a key member to a team that serves the public? If so, Clermont County is seeking a full-time positions in the Department of Job and Family Services, Division of Public Assistance Services.


• Health, Dental and Vision Insurance (single to family plan options to fit your needs)

• Life Insurance – $25,000 at no cost to employee

• Long-term Disability

• 11 paid Holidays per year & 15 paid sick leave days per year

• Paid Vacation & Personal Leave

• Ohio Public Employee Retirement System (employees contribute 10% of salary and employer contributes 14%)

Open Positions

Clerical Specialist: ($14.80/hr.) Conducts preliminary customer assessment to determine purpose of visit by collecting application(s) and other required data to screen applicants. Performs screening functions for Public Assistance, Medicaid, Food Assistance, and Child Care programs; identifies cases appearing suitable for expedited Food Assistance services; schedules appointments with and/or refers cases to appropriate program staff for eligibility determination and case management. Completes 2-day NOMI’s and denies abandoned applications at 30 days.

Employment Services Consultant 2: ($18.27/hr.) Under general supervision of Employment Services supervisor, is responsible for all Ohio Works First (OWF) Work Activities, Supplemental Nutritional Assistance Program (SNAP) employment and training, Comprehensive Case Management Employment Program (CCMEP) or Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA) eligibility and employment service activities from referral through completion of all program related activities. Interview referrals to determine eligibility, gather documentation required for each program, conduct initial assessment and reassessments of required participants, volunteers, and customers applying for classroom/on-the-job training services and/or public assistance benefits to develop employment plans; suitability determination for job readiness; career and training services; supportive services;; and, identify employment barriers and participant capabilities and limitations.

PA Caseworker: ($18.93/hr.) Responsible for determining initial and ongoing public assistance program eligibility (e.g. new applications, re-certifications, changes, updates and required adjustments to cases including the processing of daily alerts and state and federal data matches.) Responsible for managing a large volume of customer and professional inquiries by phone, fax, e-mail, postal service mail and in-person. Conducts interactive interviews with applicants and authorized representatives in person or by phone. Responsible for all caseload management duties associated with cases assigned and case banking.

Apply online here!