Why Community Action?

Community Action Agencies work with low-income families and individuals to provide the necessary supports providing opportunities for everyone to reach self-sufficiency. If you are hardworking, passionate about your community and about helping others, Community Action may be right for you! Ohio’s Community Action Agencies serve all 88 counties in the state. Check out the job openings for job opportunities in your area. Don’t see one in your area? Find more opportunities on your local agency websites, and check back to this page often. 

Featured Jobs

Executive Director, Bridges Community Action

Executive Director
Bridges Community Action Partnership

Behavioral Health SUD Coordinator

Behavioral Health SUD Coordinator
Community Action Committee of Pike County

Supportive Housing Specialist

Supportive Housing Specialist
Community Action Committee of Pike County

Senior Associate, Public Policy

Senior Associate, Public Policy
Community Action Partnership, Washington DC

Senior Associate, Communications & Branding

Senior Associate, Communications & Branding
Community Action Partnership, Washington DC

Local Agency Job & Volunteer Boards

Athens, Hocking & Perry Counties Job Board
Hocking, Athens, Perry Community Action Partnership

Cuyahoga County Job Board
Council for Economic Opportunities in Greater Cleveland

Franklin County Job Board
IMPACT Community Action (Franklin)

Hamilton County Job Board
Cincinnati-Hamilton County Community Action Agency

Jefferson County Job Board
Jefferson County Community Action Council, Inc.

Stark County Job Board
Stark County Community Action Agency

Summit County Job Board
Akron-Summit Community Action, Inc.

Volunteer Opportunities
SELF Community Action (Butler County)

Woods, Seneca, Sandusky, and Ottowa Counties
Great Lakes Community Action Program

Ohio Hiring Management System
Ohio Development Services Agency

If you would like to post a Community Action job board or featured opportunity on our website, please send an email with the relevant information to kathryn@oacaa.org