Join Our Team

Sometimes wanting to make a difference is all it takes. At Blanchard Valley Center we choose to make a difference every single day, one person at a time. And we need people like you – difference makers – to join our team.

We consistently have positions in both professional and non-professional sectors as well as a myriad of volunteer opportunities. From teachers to student aids, from groundskeepers to reception, we may have just the right career for you. As a member of our team, you WILL make a difference.

For current job openings see the list below.

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  • Substitute Teacher position to work with students with Developmental Disabilities.  Must have clean background check, good driving record, High School Diploma and be able to obtain ODE Certification.


  • Substitute Classroom Aide position  to work with students with Developmental Disabilities.  Must have clean background check, good driving record, High School Diploma and be able to obtain ODE Certification.


  • Clerical Substitute position to work on-call doing light clerical duties including answering phone and managing visitors to BVC. Must have clean background check, good driving record, High School Diploma and able to pass a physical and drug screen.


  • Substitute one on one Aides for the 2018-19 School Year.


  • Substitute Instructors and Substitute Instructor Assistants for the 2018-19 School Year.


  • Part-Time Community Support Coordinator: Primarily evenings and weekends.This position focuses on Blanchard Valley Center's mission by moving forward community participation, by promoting, growing and expanding Blanchard Valley Center’s recreation program and its participants. Coordinates and provides opportunities for individuals to participate in social groups that will increase the skills need to promote community integration.Pay based on experience.  Must have a high school diploma, valid driver’s license, insurable by the agency's insurance carrier, maintain current CPR/FA certification and Medication Administration


  • Part-Time IT Assistant, 25 hours per week, 5 hours per day  ($25 per hour, no benefits)   Provides IT help desk support and troubleshooting to end users for hardware concerns including but not limited to IPads/tablets, cell phones, desk/laptops, copiers, telephony, etc.; Assists with set up for management and staff presentations to include public address system, laptops, projectors, etc.; Assists IT Coordinator with BVC servers and provides maintenance as needed; Assists IT Coordinator with networking including but not limited to access points (hardwire, wireless) and other network concerns; Assists IT Coordinator with new computer set up along with new user set up specific to the end user; Supports staff with Windows 7, Windows 10, Office 2013, Office 2016, or other applicable operating systems; Assists staff with applications specific to the County Board, i.e. Ohio Department of DD portal applications; Develops knowledge of and assists staff with BVC software including but not limited to payroll, financial, and case management systems; Assists IT coordinator with IT confidentiality and security issues; Performs other duties as required.


  • Part-Time Special Olympics Assistant Coordinator, 25 hour per week ($20 per hour, no benefits) Evenings & Weekends Completes required paperwork for all Special Olympics events; Schedules and organizes Special Olympic events, contests and practices; Attends event components of Special Olympics


  • Part-Time Custodian, 25 hours per week, 5 days per week ($13.50 per hour, no benefits) Performs general cleaning and minor maintenance duties (sweep, mop, clean, dust etc.); Cleans and shampoos rugs, carpets and mats; Maintains inventory and stock and orders supplies; Performs lawn care/snow removal as assigned.

A young man is walking along the ocean and sees a beach on which thousands and thousands of starfish have washed ashore. Further along he sees an old man, walking slowly and stooping often, picking up one starfish after another and tossing each one gently into the ocean.

“Why are you throwing starfish into the ocean?” he asks.

“Because the sun is up and the tide is going out and if I don’t throw them further in they will die.” 

“But, old man, don’t you realize there are miles and miles of beach and starfish all along it? You can’t possibly save them all, you can’t even save one-tenth of them. In fact, even if you work all day, your efforts won’t make any difference at all.” 

The old man listened calmly and then bent down to pick up another starfish and threw it into the sea. “It made a difference to that one.”

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