Careers with Capabilities
We are thrilled you’re here.
At Capabilities, we thrive on seeing others succeed and ensuring they have the supports needed to reach their goals. If you have a passion for working with people with disabilities and helping them make positive changes in their lives, you have come to the right place.
Openings are available in several of our offices throughout Ohio. Check out some of the positions below and if you don’t see one in your area, reach out to us anyway! We serve over three-fourths of the state so odds are we have an office near you. Feel free to submit your resume to firstname.lastname@example.org and HR Recruiter Julia Haehn will be sure to reach out to you!
Types of Positions
Career Consultant (Job Coach or Job Developer)
We have Career Consultants who specialize in Job Development, Job Coaching, Vocational Evaluation, Career Exploration, Work Incentives Planning, and other services. Career Consultants need to have excellent communication skills to work with several stakeholders in the hiring, onboarding and training process.
Successful Career Consultants (Job Developers) are sales-oriented, hardworking, ambitious, outgoing, proficient on a computer, and have a passion for seeing people change their lives.
Successful Career Consultants (Job Coaches) are talented trainers, ambitious, patient, and thrive on helping people achieve goals.
Currently we have Career Consultants based in Athens, Circleville, Dayton, Findlay, Fremont, Marysville, Piqua, Springdale, St. Marys, Toledo, and Wheelersburg offices.
Community Consultants provide meaningful opportunities for members of our Capabilities Community Clubs to get involved in their community. Members try new things, make more choices, and are further involved in activities and hobbies they enjoy. Our Community Consultants offer supports to make this level of inclusion and independence a reality by being active community members with excellent communication skills and a passion for seeing people achieve goals.
Currently, we have Community Consultants based in Dayton, Lima, Piqua, and St. Marys.
Equal Employment Opportunity
Capabilities is an equal opportunity employer in accordance with the Ohio Revised Code 125.111 and all applicable federal regulations and guidelines. Capabilities and all staff (including managers and employees) comply with applicable provisions of state and federal laws, which prohibit discrimination. Any employees that deliberately violate this policy will be subject to disciplinary action. Capabilities will not discriminate against any person based on their age, sex (including gender identity, sexual orientation, and pregnancy), spiritual beliefs, socioeconomic status, language, disability or genetic information, race or color, religion, national origin, ancestry, culture, marital or veteran status, victims of domestic violence, dating violence or stalking, military status, or any other legally protected status. Employment discrimination against employees and applicants due to the above listed legally protected status is illegal. This policy is disseminated to all employees in the employee handbook and various recruitment sources. Capabilities follows all state and federal guidelines required to operate as a rehabilitation facility and a State of Ohio Driving School under the policies and rules of the Department of Public Safety. If needed, an employee has to ask for reasonable accommodations through an interactive process. Once they do, Capabilities has the right to consider the requests, and make counter-offers that we as the employer might see as more reasonable, taking each situation on a case by case basis. Please fill out the accommodation request form and submit to the owner(s). Persons who believe Capabilities has discriminated against them may file a discrimination complaint with the owner(s) who is the EEO Representative and the point of contact to file allegations of discrimination (Karen Blumhorst, 809 McKinley Rd, St. Marys, Ohio 45885, 419-394-0003, email@example.com). The EEO Representative has full authority to manage issues involving employment discrimination.