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Top reasons you should consider working for HHWP Community Action Commission:

  • You enjoy the challenge of meaningful work found through serving your community and sustaining our organizational values.
  • You seek the ability to turn passion into action.
  • You desire the ability to create a long and successful career.

Interested applicants must complete an application as well as send a letter of interest, salary requirements, and resume. Applications may be obtained from HHWP CAC or downloaded and printed below. Completed application packages may be mailed or dropped off at the main office located at 1637 Tiffin Ave., Findlay, Ohio or emailed to  Additional information may be obtained by calling Britta Niese at (419) 423-3755.

Equal Employment Opportunity Employer

Available Positions

WIC Dietician/Coordinator

Posted: 10/11/2022

JOB ANNOUNCEMENT: HHWP CAC is seeking a WIC Coordinator to be a part of our Women’s Infants and Children’s (WIC) program in Hardin County. This position is part-time, working 25 hrs/week, Monday-Wednesday. The rate of pay for this position is $19.71-$25.63/hour depending on education and experience. 

Classroom Aide

Posted: 10/14/2022


JOB ANNOUNCEMENT: HHWP CAC is looking for Classroom Aides to be a part of our Head Start Preschool Program at our Findlay, Kenton, and Upper Sandusky locations. The ideal candidates would be able to assist the Lead and Assistant Teachers with developing, coordinating, and maintaining a comprehensive education program at the classroom level in accordance with Head Start Performance Standards, Child Care Licensing and Agency policies, and procedures. Classroom aides work 28 hours per week and the hourly rate is $11.22.


Mobility Manager 

Posted: 03/09/2023


HHWP Community Action Commission, a local non-profit in Findlay, is looking for a full-time Mobility Manager for our agency. The ideal candidate will work to promote, enhance, and facilitate access to transportation services – including coordinating services for individuals with disabilities, older adults, and low-income individuals. Actions are performed directly or in coordination with other transportation provider agencies to provide a full range of travel options that are most effective in meeting the needs of individuals with unique needs. This position will require the development and distribution of information explaining how to utilize available transportation resources and working with the public to identify potential transportation service gaps. The Mobility Manager will work collaboratively to enhance business, government, and community support for all transportation services within both Hancock and Wyandot Counties. The wage starts at $18.31-22.50/hour depending on education and experience.

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