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419-358-2066 - Press 0 for operator
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Bluffton Community Swimming Pool
Press 6
EMS chief, non-emergency
Jan Basinger, press 5
Fire Chief, non-emergency
Jon Kinn, press 5
Income Tax Administrator
Rhonda Hohenbrink, press 2
Richard Johnson, press 3
Police Chief, non-emergency
Ryan Burkholder, press 4
Police Sergeant, non-emergency
Matt Oglesbee, press 4
Street and Water Department
Press 7
Utilities clerk
Angie Essinger, press 1
Village Administrator
Jesse Blackburn, press 3
Village Fiscal Officer
Kevin Nickel, press 2
Waste Water Treatment Plant
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Civic Organizations

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AA Open Discussion
7:30 p.m., Mondays, and 11:30 a.m., Saturdays at the English Lutheran Church, 111 Grove St
Al-Anon meetings
7:30 p.m., Mondays, and 11:30 a.m., Saturdays at the English Lutheran Church, 111 Grove St.
Bluffton American Legion Post 382
Dennis Morrison, 419-358-4950
Paula Scott, Town Hall, PO Box 142
Bluffton Athletic Boosters
Beth Ackerman, 419-204-9913
Bluffton Boy Scouts
Mike Metzger, 419-358-5598
Bluffton Bucs Midget football
Zac Kohli, 419-306-2818 or Mitch Geisgie, 419-204-7291
Paula Scott, executive director, 567-525-6667
Amber Bingley, 419-358-0268 Tom Augsburger, 419-384-3674
Bluffton Elementary Parent-Teacher Organization
Crystal Camper, 419-235-7572
Bluffton Girl Scouts
Girl Scouts of Northwestern Ohio, 888-350-5090
Bluffton Hospital Auxiliary
Heather Schalk, 419-423-5342
Bluffton in Bloom
Jesse Blackburn, Village administrator
Patty Navin
Bluffton Senior Citizens (Association) Center
132 N. Main St., Tonya Meyer, director, 419-358-8971
Bluffton Swim Team
Nicole Mikesell, 419-358-0074
Bluffton Writers Group
Ruth Naylor, 419-358-6309
Campus Life
Jeremy Basinger, 419-296-9267
Cancer Support Group
Gloria Bucher, 419-429-2621
Fair Trade Town Task Force
Esther Birkey, estherbirkey@gmail.com
Friends of the Library
Deb Beer
Gardeners of the Bluffton-Pandora Area
Pat Flinn, 419-358-6766
Relay for Life/Relay for Hope
Lynda Best, 419-296-2790
S.H.A.N.N.O.N. Service Club
Duane Bollenbacher - 419-358-7365
Swiss Community Historical Society
Gary Wetherill, 419-358-1049
Sue Rysz, 419-358-4168
Transition Bluffton
Peter Badertscher


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112 N. Main St. - 419-358-5806 8905 Columbus Grove Road - 419-358-8588
8375 Phillips Road - 419-358-1561 111 Grove St. - 419-358-2591
101 S. Jackson St. - 419-358-5766
First Missionary Church
247 N. Lawn Ave.-419-358-7751
116 Church St. - 419-358-8921 223 W. College Ave. - 419-358-5641
160 N. Spring St. - 419-358-8631 835 N. Main St. - 419-358-1382
2022 State Route 103 - 419-358-2001

Bluffton Anthology coming soon! - Order now!


A creek runs through it
Essays on Bluffton

 $24.95 plus tax
A new book, “Bluffton Anthology – a creek runs through it,” with dozens of short essays about Bluffton, collected by Fred Steiner, will be released in the next few weeks.

“This collection brings together more than a dozen engaging writers whose own Bluffton experiences deserve retelling,” said Steiner.

“For anyone who calls Bluffton home, these stories need no further introduction,” said Steiner, about the book. “For people needing to have Bluffton explained to them, this is a great starting point.”

Contributing essays are from current and previous residents including:
• Rick Emmert                     
• Dave Essinger                  
• Ron Geiser                        
• Jeff Gundy                                                             
• Brendon Matthews
• Ruth Bundy Naylor
• Joanne Niswander
• Rick Ramseyer
• Carolyn Urich Rich
• David Rempel Smucker

In addition, the book includes an essay on Bluffton’s relationship with Riley Creek by the late Robert Kreider, several stories given to Steiner from his late, life-long friend, Charles Hilty, and an introduction by Bluffton science fiction author, Tobias Buckell.

The book includes a section on Bluffton in the 1950s written by Rudi Steiner, now of Homewood, Illinois. That section includes the account of a Bluffton legend: “Did Elvis stop in Bluffton between his Toledo and Troy performances on Saturday, Nov. 24, 1956?”

Several 15-minute interviews in this collection, originally posted on Bluffton Icon, include:

• Ben Luginbuhl once beat Ben Roethlisberger in a game of horse
• Ron Edinger participated in the overthrow of Manuel Noriega 
• Richard Minck may have created jewelry for Marlon Brandon
• John Triplehorn sat on the OSU bench with some frozen rabbits in the 1950 OSU-Michigan snow bowl

In a chapter “Bluffton Askew” the book offers additional 15-minute interviews, columns written by Steiner and brief accounts of shorter Bluffton incidents told to him by over 25 persons.

Highlights range from brief interviews and incidents recalled from Megan Weisenbarger Gustitis, Roger Triplett, Jim Kinn, John Moser, Gordon E. Alderfer, Lauren Canaday, Dave Bracy, Diana Hilty Marshall, Jamil Bazzy, Amanda Rhonemus, Scott Hey, Tim Neufeld, Jessica Edmiston, Joe Goodman, Alee Gratz-Collier, Courtney Goode, Micah Sommer, Ben Kruse, James Pannabecker, Sam Diller, Jeremy Szabo and Jaye Bumbaugh.

The book includes 190 pages and will be available in several Bluffton outlets and from Steiner. The book price is $24.95 plus tax.  

Former Bluffton resident, Andre Swartley of WorkPlay Publishing, is the book’s publisher. WorkPlay published Steiner’s earlier books, “A Good Place to Miss – Bluffton Stories 1900-1975,” and “The Bluffton We Never Knew – Photographs from our first half century.” Both titles are available from Amazon.com.

Jill Steinmetz, Bluffton High School graduate, designed the book’s cover.




Bluffton recycling bins are about to become tubbier, and it’s a good thing, according to Rumpke Waste and Recycling.

Rumpke, the contractor for Bluffton waste and recycling collection, announced this month an  expansion what it accepts as recycled items.

The addition includes polypropylene plastic tubs. These products are labeled #5. (Please note that not all #5 items may be recycled, however.)

Here’s Rumpke’s new polypropylene plastic tub recycled list:
• Plastic bottles, jugs and other containers 
• butter, sour cream and cottage cheese tubs
• yogurt and fruit cups

The addition of Rumpke now accepting polypropylene plastic tubs is made possible with a grant from The Recycling Partnership. The funding helps Rumpke add nearly $2 million in new sorting to better extract these containers for recycling.


• 2021 IS A 

This is a major election year in Bluffton.

Four council seats, three school board seats and two township trustee seats will be on the Nov. 2 general election ballot. Winners of those races will have 4-year terms beginning Jan. 1, 2022.

Bluffton council seats on the ballot are currently held by:
Jerry Cupples – Republican
Mitchell Kingsley – Democrat
David Steiner – Republican
Phillip Talavinia – No party designation
Council members not on the ballot:
Joseph Sehlhorst
Benjamin Stahl
The Bluffton mayor Richard Johnson is not on the ballot.

Council seats are partisan and Feb. 3 is the filing deadline. Candidates seeking council seats as independents have until May 3 to file.

A May 4 primary will only take place for council races if enough candidates from either party file, requiring a runoff.

Bluffton school board seats on the ballot are currently held by:
Bradley Dailey
Wesley Klinger
Kenneth Lugibihl
School board members not on the ballot:
Lawrence Hoffman
Jeremy Scoles

Richland Township trustees seats on the ballot are currently held by:
Rodney Goldsberry
Gary Lugibihl
Neither trustee, Donald Brauen, nor fiscal officer, Trisha Nieman, are on the ballot.

School board and township trustees are non-partisan races. The filing deadline to be on the Nov. 2 general election ballot is Aug. 4.

Beaverdam council seats on the ballot are currently held by:
Todd Long
Carl Murray
Jerry Neuenschwander
Thomas Nowlan
Beaverdam council members not on the ballot:
Franklin Gillette, Jr.
Anthony Myers
Beaverdam mayor, Pamela Lepine, is not on the ballot.

The following is an abridged calendar for the 2021 election.

Feb. 3 – Declarations of candidacy for partisan candidates, filing deadline, 4 p.m.
Feb. 16 – Board of elections certifies candidate petitions
April 5 – Deadline for voter registration in May 4 Ohio primary election
May 3 – Filing deadline for independent candidates for the fall generation election, 4 p.m.
May 4 – Ohio Primary election, 6:30 a.m. to 7:30 p.m.
July 15 – Board of elections certifies independent candidates petitions for general election
Aug. 4 – Non-partisan candidates general election filing deadline
Oct. 4 – Deadline for voter registration in Nov. 2 general election
Nov. 3 – General election, 6:30 a.m. to 7:30 p.m.



The Bluffton High School Ricky Matter Strength and Conditioning Center is now the envy of most high schools in Ohio, thanks to a very significant equipment donation from Rogue Fitness, Columbus.

While Rogue Fitness may not be a household name to Icon viewers, the owners of the company are. Caity Matter Henniger and her husband, Bill, own of the Columbus-based company.

Caity, a BHS grad and basketball standout player, is the older sister of the late Ricky Matter, for whom the center is named.

The Icon stopped by the center earlier this week as the new equipment was being unloaded from a semi and installed. Installation should be completed by today and athletes will start using it over the weekend.

The previous equipment is staying in Bluffton, as the school donated it to Bluffton Family Recreation.

Daniel Tinch of BFR says his staff in installing that equipment at the center. Watch for a story on the Icon about that step in this story.

“I’m really proud of the building and my brother, and proud of what Rogue is able to donate,” Caity told the Icon.

Jeff Richards, BHS football coach, describe the new equipment as “Awesome. This is an all-sports-use facility and our kids know they are fortunate to be able to use it.”

He added that words don’t do it justice. “We’ve always taken pride in our facilities. This is just incredible.”

He said that the center is used every month of the year by dozens of Pirate athletes in every sport.

Gregg Denecker, Bluffton superintendent, said, “We are very grateful for the generosity of this equipment. We really have a first-class weight room.”

The donation includes the most up-to-date exercise equipment, which includes five full power racks for squats to bench to pull-ups. These allow 10 athletes to work out at the same time.

To personalize the equipment the word “Bluffton” with the familiar Pirate is engraved in customized nameplates.

Rogue manufactures the equipment in Columbus. Caity said that the company’s growth has exploded since her husband, Bill started it from scratch in 2006.

“We added 750 employees in March,” she said, “and we now have 1,300 employed with us. We have our equipment all across the United State and in Australia and Europe.”

The all-metal equipment is manufactured in Columbus. Caity said that the company’s goal is to create the equipment in the U.S., making it a unique world-manufacturer.

While working with Rogue, Caity finds that the basketball court continues to call her. The former Ohio State women’s basketball player is now the color commentator for OSU women’s basketball for The Fan (1460 AM) in Columbus.

She will work with play-by-play announcer Matt Andrews covering OSU women’s games.



Bluffton’s 2020 building permits totaled $4.4 million, according to information provided to the Icon by the Village of Bluffton.

The 80 building permits totaled $4,477,874, including:
• $3,459,843 – residential
• $1,018,031– commercial/industrial
• $33,550– demolitions

All 2020 permits were in Allen County. The single largest construction project was a permit filed totaling $953,185 by Danop LTD, (Dunkin Donuts), and a $18,650 filing by this company to demolish the Burger King building.

Bluffton’s 2019 building permits totaled $2.4 million.

Thanks to a $10 million GROB Systems building project in 2018, the previous year’s permits total a whopping $13,612,185. Removing the GROB project from the 2018 list leaves that year’s 65 permits at $3,612,185, which is $1,182,472 greater than 2019.

Coincidentally, 2019’s permits are very close to the 2017 construction total of $2,433,428. That year had 46 permits broken down as $1,773,128 for residential and $660,330 for commercial and industrial.

Building permits are required for the following:
• Construction or structural alternation of any building, including accessory building
• Change in use of an existing building or accessory building to a use of different classification
• Occupancy and use of vacant land
• Change in the use of land to a use of a different classification
• Any change in the use of a non-conforming use

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New listings from Siefker Real Estate and Auction Co.
• 2-story home with basement on 2.49 acres, at 1354 Road P, Pandora
• Business property, pole buildings and office on 3 acres, at 3895 Road P, Pandora
419-538-6184, Ottawa

Two bedroom apartments in a quiet office building downtown Ada, rent includes gas, water and trash. One apartment will be available July 1st, 2021, the second apartment will be available September 1st, 2021. Please call 419-634-5791 if interested.

124 HAYS B - ADA (Available June 1)
3 Bedroom/2 Bath apartment
Contact: Contact: Larry and Heidi Smith(realtor owned) 419-230-7158 or blufftonsold@gmail.com
Rent: $1200/month, 1 YR lease
Deposit: $1200
Utilities: Not Included
Appliances: Washer/Dryer, stove, Refrigerator, Microwave, Dishwasher
Pets: No
Garage: 2 Car attached

114 Franklin St-ADA. (Available Aug 1)
2 Bedroom/1Bath Apartment
Contact: Larry and Heidi Smith(realtor owned) 419-230-7158 or blufftonsold@gmail.com
Rent: $495 Month, 1 yr lease
Deposit $495
Utilities: Trash service included
Appliances: Stove, Refrigerator, window AC unit, washer/ dryer
Pets: No
Parking: Private lot

116 Franklin St. ADA (Available Aug 1)
2 Bedroom/1Bath Apartment
Contact: Larry and Heidi Smith(realtor owned) 419-230-7158 or blufftonsold@gmail.com
Rent: $495 Month, 1 yr lease
Deposit $495
Utilities: Trash service included
Appliances: Stove, Refrigerator, window AC unit
Pets: No
Parking: Private lot

613 PLEASANTVIEW-ADA (Available July 15)
2 Bedroom/1Bath Apartment
Contact: Larry and Heidi Smith(realtor owned) 419-230-7158 or blufftonsold@gmail.com
Rent $700/month, 1 yr lease
Deposit $700
Utilities: Not included
Appliances: Washer/Dryer, AC, Stove, Refrigerator, Microwave, Dishwasher
Pets: No
Parking: Private Drive
Storage shed: Included

2 Bedroom/1Bath Apartment
Contact: Larry and Heidi Smith(realtor owned) 419-230-7158 or blufftonsold@gmail.com
Rent $700/month, 1 yr lease
Deposit $700
Utilities: Not included
Appliances: Washer/Dryer, AC, Stove, Refrigerator, Microwave, Dishwasher
Pets: No
Parking: Private Drive
Storage shed: Included

FURNISHED Loft Style Apartment
for Rent
103 N. Main St, Bluffton, OH
1-bedroom & 1-bathroom – $900/month

• Great location in the heart of downtown Bluffton
• Secure, clean & well-maintained non-smoking apartment
• Furnished with modern furniture
• Stackable Washer & Dryer in unit
• Water, sewer, trash & internet/basic cable TV included 
No Pets Allowed - Tenant is responsible for electric utility

Studio Apartment for Rent
365 W. Elm St. Bluffton, OH
Studio/Efficiency & 1 bathroom - $400/month

• Great location overlooking beautiful Bluffton University campus
• Short walk to downtown shopping district & restaurants
• Secure, clean & well-maintained non-smoking apartments
• Large outdoor green space
• Full kitchen and appliances
• Access to a secure storage area
• Water, sewer & trash included in monthly rent
• Onsite parking for one vehicle
No Pets Allowed - Tenant is responsible for electric & cable/internet utilities

Landlord contact information:
Bill Gable  • 419-230-1166 •  bill@gulfcoast.tax   

Eastside Apartments
606 E. Lincoln Ave.
Ada, OH 45810
Call 419-303-8869 for availability

Realtor owned

For rent - Senior housing 62 and older or disabled of any age. Bluffton Riley View, 115 E. College Ave., Bluffton. Office open Mondays to Fridays, 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. 419-358-4616, fax 419-358-0275. TDD 1-800-750-0750.



137 Vance St.
Bluffton, Ohio 45817
Immediate availability for income based efficiency and 1 bedroom apartments for 55 years old and up. Income guidelines are:
1 person $20,450
2 persons $23,400
Call: 419-358-7795
10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Mondays through Fridays

Saturday 9am-1pm - 133 Westland Drive, Bluffton, Mens clothing including Nike, Adidas, North Face, Homage, Hoodies, Dress shirts, Jackets, Jeans. Mens and Womens shoes. Glassware, Kitchen pans, utensils, a dresser, Xbox 360 with 2 controllers and games. Xbox includes HDMI cable. Wooden coffee table, shelves and more.

Found: A friendly and vocal female tiger cat that is living outside our front door on Brookwood Dr., Bluffton. She may be an indoor cat that got away from someone. Call 419-236-8131.

Boutique415 is celebrating 6 years in business in April. 
• New arrivals and sales
• Free travel makeup tote with purchase of $50 at regular price
• Enjoy the savings all of April
• Check us out on Facebook for updates
415 N. Main St., Bluffton

Concrete by Stewart
Stamped driveways, sidewalks, patios, restoration and repair, demo, footers, porches, foundations, small masonry restoration.
Call Josh Stewart - 419-890-2493 - concretebystewart@gmail.com

Mennonite Home Communities of Ohio, Bluffton,  is offering a spring assisted living move-in special through May 31. Click on the graphic for complete details. www.mhcoliving.org, or call 419-358-1015, extension 265.

Mennonite Home Communities of Ohio offers the volunteer opportunities for area residents. Persons interested may contact Chris Moser, cmoser@mhcoliving.org, 419-358-1015 extension 263. Click here for April opportunities.

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Sponsorships are now being accepted for this summer’s downtown Bluffton flowerpots. This year the sponsorships are $140 per pot. If payments are received by Tuesday, April 6, the cost is $135 per pot. 

Contributions may be used as a:
• Memorial contribution
• In honor of contribution
• Just your name
• Or you may remain anonymous.

Contributions to the Flowerpot Beautification Program may be made to:
Stratton Greenhouses
9915 Lincoln Highway
Bluffton, OH 45817

MHCO Service Group barbecue fundraiser offering curbside pick up on Saturday, April 24,  4-6 p.m. at Bubba C BBQ, 158 N. Jackson St., Bluffton. Tickets  $8 each on sale through  Saturday, April 17, from Service Group members of Emmanuel Church of Christ, English Lutheran, Ebenezer Mennonite, First Mennonite, Grace Mennonite, St John Mennonite, St John's United Church of Christ, and St. Mary's Catholic Church. You can also purchase tickets online for an additional fee by clicking here or Gloria Bucher at  gloriaferdin1992@gmail.com or call/text 419-429-2621.

Black hardwood mulch is available. $30 a yard. Call Rich Johnson at 419-234-4202 or 419-358-4666.

The Dough Hook Meat Market located on Main Street in Bluffton, has several immediate openings for permanent, full-time and/or part-time help. We are a growing company with an excellent work environment. Qualified individuals should have great organizational skills, excellent people skills and a natural ability to want to have fun! Positions we are currently hiring for include food prep, customer service and a meat handling assistant. Job descriptions for each position are as follows:

Skills included in this position include safe food handling skills, product stocking and other tasks deemed necessary by the manager. Hours worked for this position could be between the hours of 9 a.m. and 5 p.m. Qualified applicants must have an outgoing personality, customer service skills and the ability to work independently.

Skills included in this position include wrapping meat cuts that are cut by the lead butcher, packaging other meats and preparing meats for the meat counter. Qualified applicants must be able to handle raw meat, have an outgoing personality, customer service skills and the ability to work independently. Previous meat handling skills are not necessary for this position as we are willing to train the right person.

The Dough Hook Meat Market will be hiring multiple individuals for each position. Hours per week will depend on your availability. We offer a flexible work environment and cater to those who have a willingness to learn and the ability to work hard!

The Dough Hook Meat Market is a family-oriented company that places a heavy emphasis on family first. The benefits of working at The Dough Hook include free food while working, an employee incentive program, flexible scheduling and a relaxed FUN work environment!

Those interested should email a resume or letter of interest to marlenaballinger@doughhook.com or download an application at www.doughhook.com and email or mail to 117 N. Main Street • Bluffton, OH 45817.

VILLAGE OF ADA - Now taking applications for 2021 Pool Staff
Accepting applications for: assistant manager, lifeguards (certification as of opening day is required) and cashiers. Previous employees are welcome to apply. 

- Recommended pay rates for 2021 season: 
Assistant Manager: $12.60/hour
Lifeguard: $10.75/hour - (Lifeguard Certification Required)
Cashier: $8.85/hour

- 2021 Dates to Know - The pool is open to the public 7 days a week, May 29 through Aug. 14.  Availability between those dates is required.  

CLICK HERE FOR AN APPLICATION (From the Ada Village website)
Please complete the “For Pool Position Applicants” section of the application.
- Completed applications may be returned in a few ways:
• Via email – you may email a scanned PDF copy of your signed application to Angela Polachek, HR Coordinator, at apolachek@adaoh.org. You will receive a reply email confirming receipt.
• Via US Mail – send your application to: Village of Ada, Attn: Human Resources, PO Box 292, Ada, Ohio 45810
• In person – you may bring your completed application in a sealed envelope marked “Attn: Human Resources” to the Village office, located at 115 W. Buckeye Ave, Ada, Ohio 45810.
- All Applications are due by April 21, 2021.

The Village of Bluffton, is accepting applications
for Seasonal Employees for the
Public Works Department.

The position (s) will primarily be responsible for mowing, general property maintenance, and leaf pickup. Additional duties will be assigned by the Assistant Administrator.

The seasonal position (s) has the potential to last through Nov. 31, 2021.

Applications may be obtained at the Village Town Hall, 154 N. Main St., Bluffton, OH 45817. Completed applications are due at the Town Hall by 4 p.m. on Friday, April 23. 2021.

The Village of Bluffton is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Help Wanted – openings for part-time retail help and full time landscape. Retail must be able to work afternoons and weekends. Landscape crew applicant must be able to work 8 – 5, lift heavy items, and have a valid drivers license.  Apply in person – New Leaf Garden Center, 0395 S. R. 235, Ada, Ohio.

Upper Scioto Valley elementary SWD unit has an opening for an SWD instructional assistant full-time with an Aug. 3 starting date. For details and to apply contact Craig Ludwig, special education director at Midwest Regional ESC, cludwig@mresc.org.


HILTY HOME, 304 Hilty Dr., Pandora, OH
STNA (Full& Part-time, All shifts)
RN/LPN (Full-time, 10p-6:30am, 6am-6:30pm, 6p-6:30am, Part-time, 6a-2:30p,2-10:30p, 10p-6:30a)
Child Care (Full-time Infant Aide, 10:30am-close and Pre-school Aide 1pm- close)
Director of Nursing
Housekeeping/Laundry Aide (Full-time)

MAPLE CREST, 700 Maple Crest Ct., Bluffton, OH
Maintenance- (Full-time)
Dietary Assistant (Part-time)
Dietary Cook (Part-time, 2nd shift)

STNA (Full and Part-time, 6a-2p, Part-time, 2pm-10pm and 10pm-6am)
LPN- Assisted Living (Part-time 6p-9p)
Housekeeping (Full-time days and Part-time evening shift for floor cleaning)
Cook (Part-time)

PRN Nurse
STNA/Shahbaz (Part-time, 6a-2pm & 2pm-10pm)

STNA (Part-time, primarily dayshift hours)
RN (Part-time)

IF INTERESTED PLEASE APPLY IN PERSON OR ONLINE AT www.mhcoliving.org under the careers link.                                                                                                                            

GROB Hosts Open Interviews on April 17 -GROB is searching for individuals interested in a career in manufacturing and is hosting an open interview event on Saturday, April 17, from 8AM-11AM. GROB is looking to fill the following positions:
Electrical Final Assembly Technician
Electrical Panel Assembler
Electrical Panel Tagging Specialist
Final Assembly Technician
Fluids Technician
Electrical Debug Technician
Sub-Assembly Technician
Controls Engineer
Mechanical Engineering Detailer
Manufacturing Technology Engineer
Logistics Technician
Those interested in attending the hiring event can learn more and register at www.joingrob.com/interview. Interview time slots are limited, and pre-registration is required due to COVID-19.

Wendy's of Bluffton
has openings!

352 State Route 103 -
Competitive pay,
advancement opportunities,
employee meal discounts.

You may apply now at:
EZ Apply
Text: Pigtails to 25000

Blanchard Valley Health System - To view career openings in the Blanchard Valley Health System please click here.

OHIO MEANS JOBS is an agency of the State of Ohio.
• CLICK HERE to view jobs listed within 10 miles of BLUFFTON.
• CLICK HERE to view jobs listed within 10 miles of ADA.

Ohio Northern University -  Office of Human Resources, 525 S.. Main St., Ada, Ohio 45810, employment opportunities. Click here for current job postings.