County Auditor's Office
Thank you for your
interest in employment with the Medina County Auditor's Office.
Our staff is dedicated to providing outstanding service to every
individual who enters our office. Available positions are
County Employment Opportunities:
Visit the links below to view employment
positions with other Medina County Offices.
Medina County Board of Commissioners
Medina County Board of Developmental Disabilities
Medina County Jobs and Family Services
Medina County Health Department
Employment Opportunities in Medina County
Visit the links below to view local
job listings and career boards.
Cleveland.com Job Board
Cleveland Plus: Job Search Assistance
Northeast Ohio Employment Connection
The Post Newspapers Classifieds
If You've Lost Your Job:
some steps to take to keep your finances in check while you look
for another job.
1. Register for
Unemployment Compensation. Call 877-644-6562 or
888-642-8203. You can also register online at
2. Make a budget that
fits your new financial situation. List all of your
expenses, including fixed expenses (such as mortgage or
rent) and future expenses (such as property taxes and
income taxes). Cut out or cut back on unnecessary
expenses. Find ways to save money on your necessary
expenses, such as groceries, bills, and transportation
costs. Clip coupons and purchase store brands to save
money on groceries.
IShopMedina offers an abundance of free coupons for
Medina County businesses. Contact your utility company
about money-saving payment plans. Utilize public
transportation or carpool to save money on gas. For help
building a budget, try the
Budget Builder Tool.
3. Notify your
creditors before you fall behind. First, make a list of
your bills and put them in order of importance. Mortgage
or rent, car payments and utilities should be at the top
of the list. For each creditor on your list, write down
the name, address and phone number of the contact
person, account number, total amount due, payment date
and interest rate. Then contact each creditor to let
them know about your change in income. They may have a
plan to work with you while you look for a job.
- Mortgage: Contact
your lender's loss mitigation department.
- Rent payments:
Contact your landlord.
- Student loans:
Contact your lender for a deferment or forbearance
during a period of unemployment.
- Car payments:
Contact your lender.
4. Keep your health
insurance. If you had health insurance before
losing your job, you should be able to buy COBRA
insurance. COBRA stands for the Consolidated Omnibus
Budget Reconciliation Act, which allows some employees
temporary continuation of health coverage at group
rates. You can also visit
www.insurance.ohio.gov to learn more about coverage
options available to you. Although paying for health
insurance out of pocket can be expensive, paying for
unexpected medical expenses can be even more costly.
5. Find a new job. The
links located above offer a wealth of information on job
opportunities throughout northern Ohio. For assistance
writing a strong resume or preparing for job interviews,
visit Job and Family Services'
One-Stop Services site.
Ohio's Rapid Response
site provides a range of services to workers being laid