OMJ/Clermont to reopen at new location on July 2
BATAVIA, Ohio (WKRC) – OhioMeansJobs/Clermont County will open at a new location at the Clermont County Family Support Center, 2400 Clermont Center Drive, Batavia, beginning Monday, July 2. Its last day at its current location at 756 Cincinnati-Batavia Pike, behind Eastgate Mall, is Monday, June 25.
OhioMeansJobs/Clermont, which provides services to both job seekers and employers, will reinvest the money it will be saving in overhead costs, such as leasing the current location, toward services for its customers, said Ted Groman, Assistant Director, Clermont County Job & Family Services. It has been at the Batavia Pike location for 15 years.
During the move, staff members can still be reached through the general phone number, 513.943.3000.
OhioMeanJobs/Clermont’s partners will also be moving. These include Greater Cincinnati Behavioral Health, Easter Seals Tristate, Vantage, Clermont County Probation, and Ohio Department of Job and Family Services. In addition, off-site partnerships include the University of Cincinnati-Clermont, Grant Vocational, Great Oaks, Adult Basic Literacy Education, The Literacy Council of Clermont and Brown County, and the Clermont County Chamber of Commerce.
“We look forward to serving customers in our new location,” Groman said. OMJ’s hours will be 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m. Monday-Friday. Its office is on the 2nd floor.
Information courtesy Clermont County