Paulding County Jobs

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JOB SEEKERS:  Listed below are the jobs that have been submitted to the Paulding Chamber.  Please contact the companies directly.

District Technician (12/16/20)

District Technician – Full Time

This position is that of the District Technician. Incumbent is responsible for performing field and office technical duties for the Paulding Soil and Water Conservation District.
Technician will work with a District or NRCS Employee including the DPA and Board of Supervisors. Technician will be able to complete simple mathematical calculations, use survey equipment, and gather/record field data. ArcGIS and AutoCAD experience preferred.
Applications are available at, please include a cover letter and resume. Applications must be received at the Paulding SWCD office at 900B Fairground Drive, Paulding, OH 45879 by 4:00pm January 15, 2021.

Dan Foust –

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Family & Consumer Science Educator- Paulding OSU Extension (11/30/20)

County Extension Educator:  PAULDING COUNTY/FAMILY AND CONSUMER SCIENCES Experience with leadership, teaching, evaluation, teamwork, committees, and collaboration with diverse clientele needed.

Bachelor’s or Master’s degree required.

Competitive salary, excellent OSU benefits, flexible hours. 

The Ohio State University is an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation or gender identity, national origin, disability status, or protected veteran status. 

To Apply: Reference JR#463022  

Hatchery Team - Cooper Farms (11/14/20)

Full Time, Hatchery Team- 3rd shift

OBJECTIVE: Ensure all areas associated with poult processing are cleaned and ready for the production days.
PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS: For the physical requirements of this job, please see Human Resources.
-Read room and/or machine temps and humidity and adjust as needed.
-Transfer eggs and pull hatch as instructed.
-Clean & disinfect processing room & walls.
-Clean holding room.
-Clean incubators.
-Clean loading bay.
-Set up processing line.
-Clean incubator tops.
-Mop floors.
-Assist in the Loading of poultry trucks.
-Disinfect rooms.
-Maintains safe work habits & a positive safety attitude.
-Demonstrates quality workmanship in all responsibilities.

Kristen Klosterman

Assistant Secretary- BRSW CPAs (11/12/20)


Assistant Secretary

Seasonal Full-Time (30-40 hours)


  • Good communication skills
  • Ability to learn quickly
  • Customer service experience
  • Friendly and personable
  • Basic computer skills: typing and word/excel


  • Answering phones
  • Helping clients
  • Filing
  • Typing and file assembly

Join their team at the Paulding location and help them have another successful tax season! Contact BRSW at 419-399-3686 or send your resume to or 

Cashier- Paulding Putnam Electric Co-op (10/27/20)

Paulding Putnam Electric Co-op


Part Time

Paulding Putnam Electric Cooperative, Inc. in Paulding, Ohio has an opening for a part-time cashier. A basic knowledge of office procedures and Microsoft Office software is required. This position is approximately 20 hours per week. Visit our website for more information and/or to apply. The deadline to apply is Friday, November 6th.

Heather Hunt

Truck Driver - Cooper Farms (8/27/20)

Full Time, Truck Driver

OBJECTIVE: Deliver correct poults to all farms in the proper amounts.
QUALIFICATIONS: Class A CDL required; 2 years over the road experience; maintain a clean driving record.
-Deliver all poults as scheduled with a positive attitude.
-Obey all state and federal laws.
-Class A CDL required, 2 years over the road experience, clean driving record.
-Keep truck clean; wash and disinfect; & keep maintenance reports and daily mileage records.
-Conduct regular vehicle inspection checks including engine oil, tires, turn signals, brake lights, gauges, etc. to ensure vehicle is in safe working condition.
-Keeps maintenance records.
-Help in other areas when needed.
-Report immediately when any repairs are needed.
-Maintains safe work habits & a positive safety attitude.
-Maintains good attendance & reports to work on time.

Kristen Klosterman

Manager of Operations- Paulding Putnam Electric Co-op (8/24/2020)

Full Time, Salary, Comprehensive Benefit Package

Summary of Position:The Operations Manager supervises activities required for constructing and maintaining distribution systems. Promotes and teaches safety practices and procedures and ensures a culture of workplace safety. Assists the Engineering Department by coordinating schedules and work practices to promote efficient operations. May work with the membership promoting the practices and objectives of the Operations Department.
Core Competencies:
Work effectively as an employee of PPEC and maintain good job behavior.
1. Must be supportive of PPEC business concepts and principles.
2. Must be of high integrity, dependable and professional.
3. Punctual and conscientious about work hours and perform overtime when requested. Communicate with supervisor when unable to work at the appointed time.
4. Accept responsibility for the duties of your position. Work diligently toward complete accurate work assignments.
5. Develop the necessary skills and knowledge to perform the duties of the position. Attend meetings and seminars as directed.
6. Continually develop and recommend more efficient and effective ways of carrying out the duties and responsibilities of the position.
7. Review and abide by established policies and procedures of PPEC.
8. Must have a high regard for the safety of themselves and others. Promote safety in every activity and attend scheduled safety meetings as directed. Become familiar with and abide by the PPEC safety rules and procedures.
9. Must have the desire to work as part of a team and contribute to the high morale in the organization. Promote teamwork through communication and cooperation. Treat coworkers in a professional manner and consider the opinions and personal needs of others.
10. Accept and adapt positively to changes in your position and within PPEC. Develop a commitment to accept ongoing change.
11. Be a positive influence within and outside PPEC.
12. Support PPEC’s mission by staying current with information to cultivate and positively project the Cooperative’s philosophy.
Supervisor Core Competencies:
Supervise and coordinate the work of the employee(s) supervised.
1. Lead by example maintaining a positive attitude, professionalism and a supportive environment. Practice consistency, fairness, and honesty in supervising employees.
2. Orient employees to their position and PPEC.
3. Communicate the duties and responsibilities, delegate tasks and inform subordinates of the expectations of performance.
4. Develop an understanding of each job in order to direct the employees supervised. Motivate them to perform their duties to meet the PPEC’s expectations of performance.
5. Continually assess performance by giving and receiving feedback in a timely manner. Conduct an annual performance evaluation.
6. Monitor training requirements for all line personnel. Coordinate all apprentice training and ensure all personnel are informed of training progress as needed/necessary. Suggest to senior management proposed training needs for all line personnel on an annual basis.
7. Assist the Human Resource Manager in hiring employees
Job Responsibilities:
Within the limits of established policies, procedures and budgets, assumes responsibility and has commensurate authority as delegated by the President/CEO for the following functions:
1. Exemplify a strong commitment to safety in all aspects of work. Ensuring all work is performed safely, properly and in accordance with Cooperative rules, instructions and practices.
2. Holds regular meetings with operations department staff to facilitate open communication. Hold Crew Leader meetings to properly communicate department goals and status of apprentice line workers and other matters relevant to the operations department. Participate as a member of the management team in meetings and other assigned functions.
3. Conduct monthly safety meetings and participate in the safety committee.
4. Monitor the training requirements of line personnel to ensure compliance with established policies, practices and procedures.
5. Assists with the design, construction, maintenance and operation of all electrical system facilities.
6. Responsible to continuously develop, implement, and maintain distribution preventative maintenance and inspection program. Report, repair, and plan for the orderly maintenance of the distribution system to ensure the highest reliability.
7. Develops procedures and practices for switching, energizing, and for outages including notification to affected consumers.
8. Receives clearance and issues instructions to energize or de-energize lines and determines compliance with all safety precautions and regulations when opening and closing energized lines.
9. Helps coordinate and assure all permits, easements, licenses and other correspondence are secured in a timely fashion where required.
10. Coordinate underground locates with the Engineering Department using the services provided by an independent contractor (USIC). Requests underground facilities to be located to prevent damage to buried facilities in the construction area as necessary.
11. Assists with developing and recommending annual and long range work plans and budgets of construction and maintenance programs. Participates in design of the 4-year construction work plan.
12. Develop annual capital and expense budget for line operations. Coordinate budget and proposed activities with other departments.
13. Perform inspections to observe work procedures, evaluate exactness, neatness and conformance to policies and procedures, validate work performed, examine condition of vehicles, equipment and tolls on a timely basis.
14. Investigate accidents, determine cause, administer discipline when needed and take corrective action to eliminate further occurrences.
15. Coordinate and work with appropriate personnel and/or outside vendor to properly clean up and dispose of oil spills and other environmental concerns.
16. Reviews staking sheets and service orders prior to assigning to line personnel to determine material requirements. Coordinates with other departments as needed to ensure material availability.
17. Schedules and assigns operation service orders to appropriate line personnel. Reviews service orders to determine nature and location of work. Assigns employees duties appropriate to their job classifications.
18. Inspect major construction and a sampling of minor construction for conformation to plans.
19. Develop and administer cooperative’s right-of-way, pole inspection and treatment programs to ensure a high level of system reliability.
20. Reviews and sees that all member complaints relating to quality of service problems and to problems associated with line personnel activities are investigated and initiate corrective action.
21. Stays informed regarding OSHA and other safety standards and recommendations; performs inspections to ensure safety and accuracy; observe work procedures and personnel; evaluate operations personnel; examine conditions of vehicles, equipment and tools.
22. Ensures accuracy of completed work orders, service orders or job orders include any field changes made to staking sheets and any such changes are communicated to the appropriate personnel.
23. Manages the Warehouse Coordinator (Purchasing) and Warehouse Maintenance person.
24. Assists with the inventory control of material used by assigned personnel. Ensuring that labor and material for each job is properly accounted for and that completed work orders, service orders or job orders are closed and properly forwarded to the accounting department.
25. Coordinate an orderly operation for the purpose of restoring power. Act as primary operations leader during any major outage event and coordinate activities with other departments and management personnel. Work with statewide associations (OEC/IEC) on mutual aid efforts.
26. Oversee programs for the periodic testing of rubber gloves, hoses, shields, blankets, and other safety equipment to ensure standards are maintained.
27. Coordinates vehicle purchases and maintenance based on approved schedules. Coordinates with other departments to ensure accurate vehicle records are maintained and all daily, monthly and/or annual inspections are performed as required, for all vehicles and equipment.
28. Plans for and attends conferences, seminars, and meetings that will provide for acquiring knowledge of new or improved design, construction, operating, and safety methods and equipment.
29. Must participate and become certified in PPEC sponsored Standard First Aid and CPR.
30. Subject to random drug and alcohol testing consistent with DOT regulation and Paulding-Putnam policies.
31. Performs such other duties as directed by the President and CEO.
Reporting Relationships:
Reports to: President/CEO
Supervises and Directs work of: Directly supervises all crew chiefs, journeyman line workers and apprentice line workers
External relationships: Members and General Public
1. High school graduate. A combination of education, training and experience may be substituted when competency in the role is demonstrated.
2. Class A CDL preferred.
Skills and Abilities:
1. Must have effective knowledge of RUS electric distribution system design, operation and maintenance, safety practices and techniques for training electrical operations personnel in work methods and procedures.
2. Must have an effective knowledge and keep abreast of Occupational Health & Safety, E.P.A. Regulations, National Electrical Safety Code, RUS bulletins, PPEC policies, procedures and other regulations affecting the operations of PPEC.
3. Must be able to operate computers and various software programs proficiently.
4. Must be able to provide effective leadership, motivate and develop the skills of those persons supervised.
5. Must be able to communicate fluently and effectively, both written and verbally.
6. Must be able to determine priorities, organize work schedules and direct people effectively.
7. Must be able to write neatly, read and interpret written instructions, engineering drawings, plans and specifications.
8. Must be able and have initiative to work without close supervision.
9. Must be able to handle pressure of meeting multiple deadlines.
10. Must have excellent organizational skills.
Additional Expectations:
1. A thorough working knowledge of distribution system design, construction, operations and maintenance specifications and standards is required. A working knowledge of applicable codes, regulations and standards, both national and local, is also essential. Knowledge of budgeting, forecasting, and engineering-related information systems is desirable. Other preferred areas of knowledge include cost of service, retail rate design studies, job training and safety related areas.
2. Previous senior level management experience.
3. Previous experience as Journeyman lineworker preferred.
4. Maintain confidentiality regarding PPEC proprietary information and other department information. Overtime may be required to complete the duties as directed. Assistance will be expected during major outages.
Physical Demands and Working Conditions:
1. Must be physically able to function in the position.
2. Most of the time spent in a clean, climate controlled office with balance of time spent outside under various weather conditions.
3. Must have good hearing and visual abilities.
4. Must be able to ascend and descend steps, vehicles and other equipment common to electric utilities.
5. Must have the ability and dexterity to do complex functions involving the use of tools and instruments.
6. Must be able to stoop, bend or crawl into or under confined spaces.
7. Must be able to lift, carry and pull heavy objects over uneven terrain under various footing conditions.
8. Individual is required to reside within easy and minimal commuting distance to the headquarters.
9. Some travel and occasionally overnight trips.
10. Irregular work hours and overtime are to be expected.
11. Must possess a valid Ohio Driver’s License.
12. Must be available for scheduled “stand by duty”.
13. Must be able to work well with many types of individuals and groups with various backgrounds, philosophies and experiences.
Physical Demands and Working Conditions:
Definition of frequency examples:
• Frequently – Every day to once a week occurrence.
• Occasionally – Less than once a week or seasonal occurrence.
• Not Applicable – Not likely to happen.
Physical Demands Required To Perform Duties:
Standing Frequently
Walking Frequently
Sitting Frequently
Lifting, Carrying Occasionally
Twisting, Pushing, Pulling Occasionally
Climbing, Balancing Occasionally
Kneeling, Crawling Occasionally
Talking Frequently
Hearing Frequently
Communication Frequently
Visual Ability Frequently
Bending Frequently
Gripping, Grasping Occasionally
Other Physical Demands Frequently
Exposure to Outdoor Conditions Occasionally
Low Visibility Not Applicable
Extreme Noise Not Applicable
Moving Parts Not Applicable
Electric Shock Occsionally
High, Exposed Places Not Applicable
Radiant Energy Not Applicable
Exposure to Chemicals Not Applicable
Vehicular Traffic Occasionally
CRT Screens Not Applicable
Slippery Conditions Occasionally
Other Environmental Conditions Not Applicable

Registered Nurse- Paulding County Health Department (7/30/2020)

The Paulding County Health Department will be accepting resumes for a full-time registered nurse. Immunization, community health and contact tracing experience preferred.

Starting pay is $20.00 per hour.

Please forward your resume to: Paulding County Health Department; 800 East Perry Street, Paulding, Ohio 45879 or email to

Deadline for applications is August 26, 2020

Environmental Health Director- Paulding County Health Department (7/30/20)

The Paulding County Health Department is seeking applicants for a full time Environmental Health Director Position. Qualifications are required to be a Registered Sanitarian (R.S.) in the State of Ohio. Must have a valid driver’s license.

Starting salary is $23.50 per hour.

Send resume and cover letter by mail or email: Paulding County Health Department, 800 E. Perry St.; Paulding, OH, 45879 or

Applications and resumes accepted until position is filled.

STNA - Vancrest of Payne (7/15/20)

Melanie Rittenour

Full Time  


Ensuring that residents personal care needs are provided for with an emphasis on quality, compassion, and timeliness.

Ensuring that residents’ medical needs are addressed through the delivery of quality nursing care.
Maintaining a physical environment in a clean, safe and pleasant manner.
Ensuring that nutritional needs of residents are met in accordance with established care plan.
Performing other related activities as assigned or requested.

Part-Time Cook- Paulding County Jail (4/6/2020)

Part Time  

Job Summary:
Applicants must possess a high school diploma or general education degree (GED), or one year related experience, or equivalent combination of education and experience. The applicant must have a valid Ohio driver’s license and complete a background check. Needing to fill hours every Wednesday and Sunday. 

Applications are available at the office or can be printed from the website

Deliver your application to 500 E Perry St. Paulding, OH 45879. Please include daytime phone number, past 5 year work history and 3 references with contact information. 




Maintenance Technician- Spartech, LLC (3/4/2020)

Robin Terhark

Full Time  

Job Summary:
The Maintenance Technician is responsible for safely completing maintenance assignments to build, repair and/or maintain all equipment in good operating condition as quickly and accurately as possible; while keeping associated costs to a minimum to help meet Plant goals. The Maintenance Technician is expected to be multi-skilled and able to contribute to plant maintenance activities in a variety of craft disciplines. This position reports to the Paulding, OH Maintenance Manager.

Starting at $26.00 per hour based on experiences. $1,000.00 signing bonus after 90 days of successful employment.

Competitive pay based on experience
Benefits provided the first day include medical, Rx, dental, vision, generous 401k w/matching program, EAP, short and long-term disability, life ins, etc
120 hours Paid Time Off (pro-rated based on hire date)
11 paid holidays

Spartech, LLC provides equal employment opportunity to all qualified applicants regardless of race, color, religion, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, age, disability, genetic information, or veteran status, or other legally protected classification in the state in which a person is seeking employment. Spartech will use E-Verify to ensure employment eligibility of newly hired employees where required.




RN/LPN- The Garden's of Paulding (1/17/20)

Brock Frazer

Full Time  


The Gardens of Paulding has an opportunity for RN/LPN to join our nursing team. The professional healthcare staff at The Gardens is passionate about providing the best possible care for our residents.

FT/PT Positions available. Flexible schedules, competitive wages, full benefits package for FT employees.

Pizza Maker- Red Angel Pizza (1/7/20)

Karen Lonergan

Part Time- Flexible up to 30 hours

Entry level employee with opportunity to grow! We are looking for a responsible adult to help us with our very busy pizza shop. Evening shift management possibilities may be possible for the right individual.


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103 E. Perry St.
P.O. Box 237
Paulding, OH 45879

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