The Cuyahoga County Board of Developmental Disabilities is an Equal Opportunity Employer. We are committed to fostering a diverse and inclusive workforce, recognizing the full range of human differences and similarities.
The Cuyahoga DD recruits and retains outstanding individuals who are committed to our mission of supporting and empowering people with developmental disabilities to live, learn, work and play in the community. We seek to attract diverse staff who desire to inspire, promote abilities and talents, foster inclusion in all aspects of community life, and hold themselves and others to high expectations.
Explore the exciting opportunities available at the Cuyahoga DD.
If you are not currently employed with the Cuyahoga DD, you can search for available positions.
If you are already a Cuyahoga DD employee, you can search internal staff positions.
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What to expect
Opportunities for growth
Satisfaction making a difference in the lives of others
Competitive Salaries & Excellent Benefits
A culture of support and teamwork
Learn about Support Administration at Cuyahoga DD
Cuyahoga DD has a limited capacity for student internships and graduate level field placements. All placements are unpaid, under the direct supervision of Cuyahoga DD professionals, and are subject to availability of supervisors, the assessed fit between the student’s educational needs and the experiences available, and completion of necessary paperwork and processes prior to formal acceptance. (Potential student interns will need to complete and pass a criminal background check and drug test prior to acceptance.) Cuyahoga DD supports both traditional and non-traditional internships:
- A traditional internship involves the student identify learning goals and receiving some type of educational credit. There must be an agreement in place between Cuyahoga DD and the student’s college or university. (If one is not in place, we may be able to work with you/your college or university to create one.)
Opportunities for the Behavior and Health Services department are limited to an academic year timeframe with start dates in the fall. The deadline for submission of this form is February 15. Students will receive a response and/or a request for an interview by April 15.
- A non-traditional internship usually involves the person seeking experience and/or knowledge about a particular field or topic to add to a resume. Non-traditional internships are usually not affiliated with a college or university.
Click here to complete an online internship application. Or to download the application click here.