Niedermier will be responsible for leading the daily operations of JFS, which includes Family Assistance, Child Support Enforcement, Children Services, and Support Services and Operations. She will be paid $140,004.80 annually, according to the county.
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Kelley will work with Niedermier during the transition, and he will continue to oversee all human services departments: Job and Family Services, Human Services Planning and Development, Family and Children First, Homeless and Housing Initiatives, the Office of Ex-Offender Reentry and the Stillwater Center.
Beginning with Lucas County in 2005 as fiscal manager, Niedermier became that county’s JFS director in 2016. Prior to work with Lucas County, Niedermier was Seneca Habitat for Humanity executive director and the administrator for the Village of Monroeville.
Niedermier holds a master’s degree in organization development with an emphasis on large-scale change initiatives and human resources from Bowling Green State University and earned a bachelor’s degree in political science at Cleveland State University.
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