Note: A Wood County Application for Employment must be submitted to be considered for employment with Wood County. Resumes submitted without a notarized Employment Application are not considered a complete application for employment. Notaries are available at various office county offices at time of application/interview for your convenience.
Contact Dana @ 419-354-9067 or email@example.com with any questions.
How to Apply for a Job with the Engineer's Office
The Office of the Wood County Engineer does not catalog resumes/applications for future openings.
Office of the Wood County Engineer
John M. Musteric, P.E., P.S.
One Courthouse Square
Bowling Green, OH 43402
Fax to: 419-354-1409
WOOD COUNTY IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER
Drug-Free Workplace Policy
Wood County provides excellent health and retirement benefits for its employees. Sick Time and Vacation time are accrued annually, and Ohio Law provides full-time employees ten (10) Holidays.
Wood County is a self-funded medical plan provider that offers a broad network of health services options for its employees. The County also offers a multi-tiered prescription drug plan and dental and vision care services.
Employees are required to pay a monthly premium depending on the employee’s selection of single or family coverage. Coverage is also afforded for qualifying domestic partners, depending on their income.
Group Life Insurance
County employees are covered by a group life insurance plan up to $20,000.
Ohio Public Employees Retirement Plan
The County is a member of the Ohio Public Employees Retirement Plan (OPERS). All employees who are paid in whole or in part by the state of Ohio, a county, municipality, or any other political subdivision of state or local government in Ohio must become members of OPERS unless they are covered by another state retirement system in Ohio.
OPERS is a pension plan providing fixed retirement benefits every month based on a formula that rewards years of service. The County contributes 14.00% of the employee’s annual base salary and employees contribute 10.00% of their annual base salary.
For more information about OPERS, click on this link: https://www.opers.org/
Wood County offers a voluntary governmental 457(b) deferred compensation plan, which is a retirement savings plan that allows eligible employees to supplement any existing retirement/pension benefits by saving and investing pre-tax dollars through salary deferral.
Contributions and any earnings are tax-deferred (both federal and state income taxes) until the money is withdrawn. Withdrawals are taxed at ordinary income levels.
For more information about the Ohio Deferred Compensation click on this link: https://www.ohio457.org/iApp/tcm/ohio457/index.jsp
For more information about the County Commissioners Association Deferred Compensation click on this link:
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