Employment

Qualified applicants interested in employment opportunities with Franklin County Children Services should submit a resume via email to fccshr@fccs.us. Resumes can also be sent via fax to (614) 341-6076 or by mail to:

ATTN: Human Resources
Franklin County Children Services
855 W. Mound Street
Columbus, OH 43223

Advantages of working at Franklin County Children Services

  • Health care benefits - medical/dental/vision/RX/mental health/EAP
  • Life insurance plans
  • Ten paid holidays, five personal days and two weeks’ vacation after your first year!
  • We contribute 8.5% of your OPERS contribution
  • Tuition reimbursement
  • College loan repayment and Perkins Loan deferment/pay-off
  • Longevity pay/length of service pay
  • Opportunities for advancement!

Our employment application can be downloaded and printed via the following link and emailed, mailed or faxed as indicated above:

Download Franklin County Children Services Employment Application

The summary of qualifications is a very important area where you can list any experience, paid or unpaid and reasons why you think you are qualified for the position. Please be detailed in listing your employment history with addresses, etc. We will need an original signature on the application.

All positions are subject to a criminal background, fingerprinting, employment verification, and motor vehicle report check. Also, all offers of employment are contingent on receipt of a negative pre-employment drug test.

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Child Welfare Caseworker

At Franklin County Children Services we are committed to our Guiding Principles: We are Child Welfare Professionals; We Honor Families; We Value Every Child; We Value Partnerships.

Franklin County Children Services is the public agency mandated by federal and state law to ensure that our community's children are safe and well cared for. We provide protection, care and permanency for children who are abused, neglected or dependent. By being in partnership with more than 100 organizations, and with the help of over 800 employees, 500 kinship families, 200 adoptive families, 500 volunteers and mentors and hundreds of community foster parents, the agency is committed to making sure that every child has a safe and stable home.

A child welfare caseworker is someone who is up to the challenge of building stable and supportive living settings for young people, strengthening family life, and assisting parents in meeting their responsibilities to their children.

Advantages of Working at Franklin County Children Services:

  • Starting salaries: CWC1 $37,752, CWC2 $39,312, CWC3 $40,851 (depending on education and experience)
  • Health care benefits - medical/dental/vision/RX/mental health/EAP
  • Life insurance plans
  • Ten paid holidays, five personal days and two weeks of vacation after your first year!
  • We contribute 8.5% of your OPERS contribution.
  • Tuition reimbursement
  • College loan repayment and Perkins Loan deferment/pay-off
  • Longevity pay/length of service pay
  • Opportunities for advancement!

Qualifications:

  • Successful applicants must have strong written and verbal communication skills, thrive in a fast paced environment and value the diversity offered by a major metropolitan community.
  • Interested applicants should have a bachelor’s degree in social work or related degree or a master’s degree in social work or related degree. 

How Do I Apply? Please send resume and cover letter as indicated above. 

Job AdPosition Description

Data Entry Operator 2

Franklin County Children Services is seeking a highly motivated individuals who can work well independently for our Data Entry Operator 2 position. This position consists of performing receptionist functions and providing customer service while greeting clients and staff at the front desk; working the main phone line and answering/transferring/making phone calls; monitoring email boxes; maintaining computerized/written logs; directing clients and staff; preparing daily correspondence; and maintaining the appearance of the lobby area.
It also includes processing electronic faxes; scanning/uploading documents into the electronic case file/OnBase; processing fingerprints; record-checking documents; data entry; scanning case file documents; trouble-shooting issues; consulting a supervisor when needed in order to resolve issues; and providing training to coworkers, as needed. This position attends supervisor, unit, department, or agency meetings and participates accordingly by offering suggestions or ideas that will aid in providing timely and effective services.


This position will be located at our 4071 East Main Street Location and the schedule is Thursday – Sunday, 1 p.m. to 11:00 p.m.

Qualifications:  

  • The preferred candidate will be a high school graduate with a minimum of one year of clerical experience or the equivalent and have a typing speed of 25 wpm.
  • Basic knowledge of Microsoft Office; excellent verbal communication, problem-solving and customer service skills are required. Excellent organizational and writing skills; respect for cultural diversity and a demonstrated commitment to cultural sensitivity are expected.
  • All positions are subject to a criminal background, fingerprinting, employment verification, and motor vehicle report check. Also, all offers of employment are contingent on receipt of a negative pre-employment drug test.

To apply, send resume and cover letter as indicated above.

Job Ad, Position Description

Legal Aide

Franklin County Children Services is seeking a Legal Aide who has successfully completed a certified paralegal program through an accredited college or university. Primary responsibilities include, but are not limited to: drafting motions, affidavits, and other pleadings; notarizing documents; retrieving, reviewing, and redacting information responsive to requests for information; and filing legal documents within the Franklin County Court system. Familiarity with the court’s electronic filing system and knowledge of juvenile procedure are preferred. The successful candidate will be able to demonstrate a commitment to cultural diversity, have strong communication skills, be capable of meeting organizational deadlines and goals, and be able to complete legal case work in a timely manner to contribute to the agency’s continuous quality improvement and evaluation efforts. Typical hours for this position are Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., but may vary based on Agency need.
Franklin County Children Services offers a full benefits package that includes medical, dental, vision, life insurance, legal services, tuition reimbursement, paid holidays and vacation, and a retirement package with a significant agency contribution. If interested, please send resume with cover letter as indicated above.

 Job Ad, Position Description

IT Business Process Analyst 2 / Senior Project Manager

As part of the agency’s IT Department this position serves as an independent senior project manager and IT liaison for the agency. Provides overall innovative guidance and control of projects related to infrastructure and application development. Provides enterprise wide project governance, implementation and deployment, which includes supervising the project related application installation and setup, capacity planning, governance, and presenting at change control including departmental documentation. Develops PMO team level project status reporting, ensures adherence of application security within all projects. Provides guidance for junior PMO staff on project governance, implementation and executing of all projects.

Qualifications

  • Completion of undergraduate core program in computer science, information systems, or business administration.
  • Thirty-six months combined work experience in any combination of the following: creating and coordinating technical and business requirements for processes, projects and procedures, working with business users and technical staff to develop strategies, and leading modification or creation of new systems for implementation of information technology solutions
  • Or completion of associate core program in computer science, information systems, or business administration; 42 months combined work experience in any combination of the following: creating and coordinating technical and business requirements for processes, projects and procedures; working with business users and technical staff to develop strategies; and leading modification or creation of new systems for implementation of information technology solutions
  • Or 60 months combined work experience in any combination of the following: creating and coordinating technical and business requirements for processes, projects and procedures; working with business users and technical staff to develop strategies; and leading modification or creation of new systems for implementation of information technology solutions.
  • The successful applicant will have two years of enterprise-wide project deployment and post-production roles, two years’ experience in software architecture selection and usage or equivalent, two years of technical troubleshooting and successful completion of one or more enterprise-wide root cause analysis.
  • All positions are subject to a criminal background, fingerprinting, employment verification, and motor vehicle report checks. Also, all offers of employment are contingent on receipt of a negative pre-employment drug test.

To apply, send resume and cover letter as indicated above.

Job AdPosition Description

Software Development Specialist 2

As part of the agency’s IT Department the Software Development Specialist 2 functions as application support providing overall guidance and control of the applications development environment including, but not limited to, architecture evaluation and selection, application installation and setup, capacity planning, governance and change control, management and reporting, database management, backups and restores, application security, systems updates and maintenance, and project identification and selection.

This position:

  • Works with personnel to identify and document system software requirements
  • Defines problems and develops potential solutions
  • Performs post production support for business applications which may include routine maintenance, enhancements and the need to perform research to aid in troubleshooting software production errors
  • Assists in identifying alternate courses of action
  • Assists in the review and evaluation of software development methodologies.
  • Creates detailed test designs and test plans
  • Creates and reviews test data for performing test scenarios.
  • Coordinates execution of unit and system test scripts.
  • Coordinates debugging efforts and defect tracking.
  • Coordinates support of user acceptance testing.
  • Coordinates software implementation and deployment tasks.
  • When assigned, leads development, implementation and monitoring of IT quality assurance standards to include all change control for the software development team and testing.
  • Conducts performance and load testing.

Qualifications

  • Completion of undergraduate core program in computer science or information systems; or 24 months combined work experience in any combination of the following: designing and performing systems analysis, developing and/or modifying programs for computer applications recommending application solutions and/or testing and correcting programs as it relates to testing and implementation and assisting with documentation.
  • Or completion of associate core program in computer science or information systems; 30 months combined work experience in any combination of the following: designing and performing systems analysis, developing and/or modifying programs for computer applications, recommending application solutions; and/or testing and correcting programs as it relates to testing and implementation and assisting with documentation
  • Or 48 months combined work experience in any combination of the following: designing and performing systems analysis, developing and/or modifying programs for computer applications, recommending application solutions and/or testing and correcting programs as it relates to testing and implementation, and assisting with documentation including 12 months of work experience in the primary technology as outlined in this document.
  • Qualified applicants will have a bachelor’s degree in computer science or related field; five years of work experience as a SharePoint Developer with experience training users and gathering business requirements; two years of development experience with SharePoint environment using InfoPath forms, SharePoint or Nintex workflows, SharePoint Designer and Oracle SQL; and two years of client web development within a .NET framework.

All positions are subject to a criminal background, fingerprinting, employment verification, andmotor vehicle report checks. Also, all offers of employment are contingent on receipt of a negative pre-employment drug test.

To apply, submit resume and cover letter as indicated above.

Job Ad,  Position Description

Software Development Specialist 3

As part of the agency’s IT Department, the Software Development Specialist 3 functions as an independent application developer, providing overall innovative guidance and control of applications development environment including, but not limited to, enterprise wide architecture evaluation and selection, application installation and setup, capacity planning, governance, code review and change control. They develop team level management and reporting tools, database management, backups and restores, application security, systems updates and maintenance, and project identification and selection. They provide triage to isolate the component of failure for all software development issues. Employee also guides junior staff on executing peer to peer code review.

This position works with business area personnel to ensure requirement(s) are thoroughly defined and approved. Performs impacts analyses to identify interdependencies and innovates. They assist with design reviews to include integration and data schema.

The employee:

  • Creates detailed test designs and test plans. Creates and reviews test data for performing test scenarios. Coordinates execution of unit and system test scripts.
  • Coordinates debugging efforts and defect tracking.
  • Coordinates support of user acceptance testing.
  • Coordinates software implementation and deployment tasks.
  • Leads development, implementation and monitoring of IT quality assurance standards to include all change control for the software development team and testing. Performs performance and load testing.

Qualifications:

  • Completion of undergraduate core program in computer science or information systems or 36 months combined work experience in any combination of the following: assuring requirements are defined and approved, performing code reviews and ensuring application development standards are met.
  • Completion of associate core program in computer science or information systems; or 42 months combined work experience in any combination of the following: assuring requirements are defined and approved, performing code reviews and ensuring application development standards are met.
  • Sixty months combined work experience in any combination of the following: ensuring requirements are defined and approved, performing code reviews and ensuring application development standards are met.
  • Successful applicant will have a bachelor’s degree in computer science or a related field, five years of work experience as a SharePoint Administrator with experience training users and gathering business requirements, five years in the role as a lead developer within a SharePoint environment using InfoPath forms, SharePoint or Nintex workflows, SharePoint Designer and Oracle SQL.

 All positions are subject to a criminal background, fingerprinting, employment verification, and motor vehicle report checks. Also, all offers of employment are contingent on receipt of a negative pre-employment drug test. To apply, submit resume and cover letter as indicated above.

Job Ad, Position Description

Visitation Program Administrator

Franklin County Children Services is seeking a Visitation Program Administrator to provide leadership and training and be responsible for day-to-day quality service delivery to children and their families who are served by the Agency. This position will supervise and train family support supervisors and other visitation staff assigned to visitation department with a focus on strength-based practices to assure consistency of high standards of professional services to children and their families through parent/child visitation practices. Delivers administrative support between intake, regional and adoption department teams. Meets regularly with all assigned supervisors reviewing Agency case specific data to assure needs of children and families are being met.

Employee addresses service delivery issues, workload and disciplinary concerns as they may relate to their assigned staff. Employee is responsible for ensuring that staff coverage for visitation is established, maintained and organized in a manner that is viable for family services staff needs. This may include working a flexible schedule to meet the needs of the department. To apply, send resume and cover letter as indicated above.

Job Ad, Position Description

Wendy's Wonderful Kids Recruiter

Franklin County Children Services (FCCS) is seeking to hire an Adoption Recruiter for the Wendy’s Wonderful Kids (WWK) program. This position is a 12 month grant contract. The successful applicants will be supervised by an FCCS administrator and housed at 855 W. Mound Street, Columbus, Ohio. This Adoption Recruiter will develop and implement recruitment plans for children needing adoptive parents; assist in the development of outreach programming in the community to elicit support and involvement; and work closely with the Adoptions Department at Franklin County Children Services and the Dave Thomas Foundation for adoption. Miscellaneous related duties include: assisting in the development of narratives; creating fliers and videos to be disseminated to the community; assisting in media and community outreach efforts through speaking engagements; and assisting in the production of news releases, feature stories, public service announcements, brochures and other material; out of state travel for adoption placement and monitoring (must be able to fly and may involve weekends, evenings and , some holidays); and attending adoption staffing and department meetings to acquire information and updates on children who will need recruitment.

Report to work hours are typically Monday through Friday 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., however flexibility is needed due to travel and engagement needs of youth. Must be able to work with diverse and special needs populations. Applicant will need to have a reliable car and out of county/state visits are part of the job duties. The successful candidate must possess a degree in social work or a related social services field and have at least one year of experience in the delivery of social services. Please submit a cover letter and resume as indicated above.

Job Ad

Desktop Support Analyst

As part of the agency’s IT Department, the Desktop Support Analyst functions as a part of the help desk and installs and maintains desktop computer systems and connectivity to the infrastructure, local and wide area networks throughout the agency; analyzes and troubleshoots the performance issues of the desktop; coordinates information between end-users and IT staff to maintain a fully functioning desktop; and documents issues and processes to isolate a component of failure before escalating to a senior technician.

This position will offer technical troubleshooting and resolution of calls, incidents and tickets pertaining to networking and software problems; consults with users on possible solutions; closes tickets and requests; and updates other tracking mechanisms in a timely fashion. They deploy and install approved hardware and software; complete computer imaging and reformatting hard drives; and provide strong customer service focused on clear communication and timely follow through.

Qualifications:

  • Technical institute degree/certificate in computer science or information systems or equivalent work experience and a minimum of 18 months combined work experience in any combination of the following: computers and/or telecommunications software/hardware, applications, support products, projects or databases for small scale systems or programs or pieces of larger systems or programs, including 12 months related work experience. Strong communication skills both verbal and written.
  • Ability to transport and lift up to 50 pounds
  • Two years PC based applications with all standard office productivity tools, and network print management. Experience in any combination of the following: Service Now, Remedy, Altiris, and Help Desk authority. A knowledge of basic IT identity management and IT security processes, configuring, upgrading or installing ERP client-based application components (examples include AX, .net, Doc-u-sign, and other Microsoft products).
  • Technical troubleshooting annual certifications (examples include CompTIA, A+ Network + and Security+, ITIL foundations, Kepner/Trego IS/ IS Not, technical trouble shooting or other advanced certifications)

Submit resume and cover letter as indicated above to apply.

Job AdPositioin Description

Chief Financial Officer

Franklin County Children Services is seeking a Chief Financial Officer to be a member of our leadership team and provide leadership, direction and coordination for the Finance and Administration Division, which includes Fiscal (includes AP, AR, Fixed Assets, and Payroll), Eligibility, Procurement (includes Contracts, Purchasing and Facilities), Internal Auditing, Facilities, Data Management and Information Technology.

This position works closely with the Executive Director for the purpose of developing and implementing policy; monitors the Agency operating and capital annual budgets, manages reporting of Agency finances and service contracts, and contributes to the accomplishment of the Agency’s mission. The CFO works closely with trustees on the finance committee and serves on the fiscal advisory board of the Family and Children First Council.

The CFO will also prepare annual appropriation requests and monthly financial reports; coordinate long term planning for finance, information technology, and data management projects including building economic scenarios for changes in cash flow, building projects, information technology enhancements, purchased out of home care services, union negotiations, changes in reimbursement environment, etc. They are responsible for overseeing internal control systems and final results of audits including expanded federal A-133 audit requirements, state, and local fund reconciliations. They assist the county with Government Accounting Standard Board (GSAB) compliance, maintenance of Municipal Income Tax Tracking System (MITTS), and IT system compliance audits.

Qualifications:

  • Completion of undergraduate major program with core course work in accounting (or two years’ experience in accounting and auditing) plus nine months of fiscal management experience and six months of experience as a supervisor or manager; or equivalent. Completion of graduate course-work in fiscal management may be substituted for six months of required fiscal management experience.
  • The ideal candidate will possess a master’s degree in business administration; be a certified public accountant; and have extensive experience in child welfare finance or a related field of government finance.

To apply, send resume and cover letter as indicated above.

Job Ad, Position Description

Help Desk Supervisor

As part of the agency’s IT Department, the Help Desk Supervisor is fully responsible for the efficient functioning of the agency IT Help Desk and supervision of the staff in that unit. Utilizing the IT Service Operations part of the ITIL and Service lifecycle, the service desk manager is a point of escalation and expeditor for service delivery. The employee provides oversight to ensure all incidents and service requests are logged, triaged properly and worked to completion with the service level agreements, to include off-shift and holiday coverage. The employee will report-out key performance indicators to demonstrate the team is following the incident management process for all incidents. They help positively lead the department as a member of the IT Management team.

This position supervises a unit of information technology staff whose primary duties involve: performing diagnostics, replication and triage of customer issues for IT services, installation of computer programs and support of agency issues devices. They collaborate with management and technical staff involved in development of complex and specialized programs or agency projects, assign and prioritize work, evaluate staff performance, review IT environmental documentation, orient and train new staff and/or recommend training seminars/classes for staff. They assist staff in resolving difficult computer problems and answer technical questions; establish and enforce unit policies and procedures; ensure programming standards are followed; and conduct staff meetings.

Qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s degree in computer science or related information technologies studies with emphasis in multiple technology domains; three years of work experience using ITIL incident and problems resolution; a basic knowledge of user support issues in at least three of the following: Dell image deployment, Office 365, printer queue management, SCCM, SharePoint, Active Directory or CISCO phone and networking issues; two years of experience maintaining ServiceNow, Remedy, Altiris or comparable ticket triage environments; excellent oral and written communication and presentation skills; strong interpersonal skills and three years of experience in IT management. Must be proficient in database principles. Must obtain and maintain ITIL, COMP TIA A+ or Network+ certifications.
  • Completion of undergraduate core coursework in computer science, or completion of undergraduate core coursework in any academic major which included at least one course in each of the following:
    1. Advanced-level computer programming language (for example, COBOL, Delphi, Java, Powerbuilder, Visual Basic, Pl 1, SAS PCS, PacBase, Full Visual Suite, Designer 2000, Developer 2000, C, C++, Visual C, ECL, Or Visual Studio)
    2. Logic-based mathematics
    3. Database concepts (for example, Oracle, Microsoft Access, Paradox, Sybase, IMS DB, DB2, Cache, DMS, Or RDMS)
    4. Computer systems analysis and design
    5. Basic data processing concepts
  • Five and a half years of experience commensurate with job duties to be performed and knowledge and skills required
  • Three months of experience in performing project management functions

Submit resume and cover letter as indicated above to apply.

Job Ad, Position Description

Assistant Director of IT

As part of the agency’s IT Department the Assistant Director of IT functions as the assistant to the IT director and is an IT leader for the management team. This position supports and drives the technical work for completion of projects as well as production support. This role serves as a partner with the IT director and innovator, guiding agency roadmaps and future efforts including, but not limited to, architecture, governance and change control, IT security, systems update, and maintenance. The employee also completes change control code reviews for the technical staff and ensures all CCR follow the ITIL risk mitigations processes.

This position validates the IT Data Architects Enterprise Artifacts where there are impacts to IT artifacts including policies, position papers, standards, procedures and best practices. They ensure the oversight of the infrastructure manager or supervisors to ensure all new and existing systems are well documented. They assist the IT Director in leading and endorsing the agency-wide initiatives in network architecture, application development, database administration and enterprise solutions.

They develop expertise in ITIL, networking, risk mitigations and project management methodologies for themselves and their team. They work with the IT Director and senior technical staff to design both hardware and software solutions that meet the agency’s requirements. They assist with the IT best practices for optimal performance of the infrastructure and provide structure for adhering to ITIL standards. They coordinate and assist with planning the agency IT road maps and budgets. In addition, they ensure all enterprise systems are in an optimal working condition, security patch updates, storage growth rates are assessed and monitored, and budget impacts are projected.

This position takes initiative for chartering projects for any server or application within the FCCS domain which is not meeting the annually defined operating levels, AD authentication or reporting strategy or security framework. They oversee the IT architect manager’s data mapping solution to ensure there is consistent access across all agency systems. They oversee the IT management team with all levels of communication and provide guidance when the director is otherwise occupied. They provide and vet research for application development, database administration and enterprise solutions, and work to improve leadership capabilities within the IT department.

Qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s degree in computer science with emphasis in multiple technology domains. Five years of work experience using ITIL incident and problem resolution, data warehouse and CISCO networking. Five years of maintaining CISCO environments. Must obtain and maintain CISCO, Microsoft and OnBase certifications. Two years of experience in network architecture, related to creation or Active Directory integrations, selection and usage or equivalent
  • Excellent written communication, presentation and interpersonal skills
  • Proficient in database principles.
  • Five years’ experience in IT Management
  • Completion of undergraduate core coursework in computer science, or completion of undergraduate core coursework in a relevant academic major which included at least one course in each of the following:
    1. Advanced-level computer programming language (for example, COBOL, Delphi, Java, Visual Basic, Pl 1, SAS PCS, Full Visual Suite, Designer 2000, Developer 2000, C, C++, C# Visual C, ECL, Visual Studio Power BI, nVision layout and drill down, data cube development).
    2. Logic-based mathematics
    3. Database concepts (for example, Oracle, Microsoft Access, Paradox, Sybase, IMS DB, DB2, Cache, DMS, or RDMS)
    4. Computer systems analysis and design
    5. Basic data processing concepts
  • Two courses or six months experience in budgeting or eight years’ experience commensurate with job duties to be performed and knowledge and skills required
  • Two years supervisory or project management experience
  • Two courses or six months of experience in budgeting

Job AdPosition Description

Staff Attorney

Franklin County Children Services is seeking an experienced attorney, licensed in the State of Ohio to fill the position of staff attorney. Primary responsibilities include legal research, client consultation, case assessment and litigation. The position will focus on the provision of legal representation for regional service teams, from case opening through final permanent disposition. Two to five years of litigation experience in Juvenile Court, is strongly preferred. The successful candidate will be able to demonstrate a commitment to cultural diversity, strong communication skills (both written and verbal), as well as an ability to meet organizational goals. Salary commensurate with experience with additional excellent benefits. Please send resume with cover letter and salary preferences as indicated above.

Ongoing Child Welfare Casework Supervisor

Franklin County Children Services is seeking an energetic child welfare casework supervisor for an ongoing Protective Service Unit. This administrative position will be responsible for managing a team of passionate caseworkers providing quality service delivery to the most vulnerable children and their families. Requirements are a MSW or related master’s degree in social work plus three years of post-child welfare casework experience; or a BSW or related bachelor’s degree in social work plus four years of post-child welfare casework experience. LISW preferred. Commitment, passion, strong leadership, supervisory skills, and experience, as well as knowledge of child protection and rules are required. Must demonstrate culture awareness, sensitivity and a commitment to meeting organizational goals. Competitive salary and excellent fringe benefits. Send resume with cover letter as indicated above.

Job Ad,  Position Description

Social Program Coordinator Temporary - Performance Improvement - Performance Review

Franklin County Children Services is seeking a social work professional with experience as a child welfare caseworker to serve as a social program coordinator for the Performance Improvement Department. This individual will review cases and facilitate case plan development meetings and reviews with families, service teams, foster parents and other service providers with the goal of improving service provided by Franklin County Children Services and ensuring the agency is in compliance with COA and OAC requirements for child welfare practices. The qualified applicant will have a bachelor’s degree in social work, behavioral science, or related field and 18 months related child welfare experience. The ideal candidate will have a master’s degree in social work or a related field with demonstrated success working in an environment that requires multi-tasking, critical thinking and teamwork. Excellent written and verbal communication skills, organization, a working knowledge of SACWIS and CAPMIS, respect for cultural diversity, and a demonstrated commitment to cultural sensitivity are expected. Please send resume as indicated above.

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Call (614) 351-2000 if you have employment related questions.

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