Thank you for your interest in employment with the Wayne County Board of Developmental Disabilities. The Board provides education, vocational training, residential services, support services, and transportation services for children and adults who are developmentally disabled and live in Wayne County.The Wayne County Board of Developmental Disabilities recruits, selects, trains, and retains people who share our commitment to providing quality services to individuals with developmental disabilities. People who are hired should demonstrate skills and abilities such as: respect for others, ability to resolve problems in a positive and productive way, interest in service, and commitment to excellence. If you have these values, please continue to complete this application.In completing your application, please be sure to provide as much detail as possible. Answer all questions thoroughly. Type or print in black ink clearly. Be sure your signature and the date appear on the last page of the application.
The Hiring Process
It is the policy of the Wayne County Board of Developmental Disabilities to only accept applications for advertised positions.When completed applications are received by the Superintendent’s office, they are reviewed and made available to the program area where the appropriate opening exists.Because there are generally more applicants than open positions, we cannot promise an interview for each applicant. Interviews will be scheduled based upon the applicant’s qualifications (e.g. education, related experience, etc.), date of application, position openings at that time, etc.Following the initial interview with the administrator of the program, applicants may be recommended for an additional interview with the Superintendent. Though such interviews are scheduled promptly, the total process may take several weeks.All applications will be kept on file for one year. If you are not hired, yet continue to have an interest in employment after a year, you should submit another application.