ABOUT US

Our History

SAW, Inc. is a private, 501(C)(3) non-profit organization that was founded in 1969 in partnership with Cuyahoga County Board of Developmental Disabilities to provide work and training opportunities for individuals with developmental disabilities. Today SAW, Inc. provides pre-vocational paid work and training opportunities, group employment skills training, and Adult Day programming that offers a full range of programs both in our settings and in the community. All of SAW, Inc’s services are person-centered and driven by the needs and desires of each individual.

Our Board Members

A Board of Directors governs SAW, Inc. Our bylaws require two or more directors have a family member who receives services from SAW, Inc. Our current Board Members inlcude:

President – Tim Clemens , Attorney and Magistrate for Rocky River Court.
Vice President – Randy Graham, Retired Executive at TravelCenters of America and Nexus Engineering
Treasurer – Ellen Minadeo, Retired Private Banker/Wealth Financial Consultant
Secretary – The Honorable Dick Ambrose, Retired Judge Cuyahoga County Court of Common Pleas.
Executive Director – Judith Carey
Todd Barson – Retired, Sales and Marketing Manager, Ferro Corporation.
Russell Benghiat – Retired, President, Benghiat Marketing & Communications
Georgette Jackson – Retired, Executive Director from Joseph’s House
Stacey McKinley – Attorney at Law, Retired Director of Gift Planning at Cleveland Clinic Philanthropy Institute
Jeff Pecon – Retired, CEO, Motion Controls

Careers

SAW, Inc. is a private, 501(C)(3) non-profit organization that works in partnership with Cuyahoga County Board of Developmental Disabilities to provide work and training opportunities for individuals with developmental disabilities. We provide pre-vocational paid work and training opportunities, group employment skills training, and Adult Day programming that offer a full range of programs both in our settings and in the community.

We offer generous benefits. Professional training provided, Monday – Friday predictable schedule, part-time work available, opportunity for professional growth, health benefits, competitive pay, 301 B plan, PTO days, ability to be creative and take initiative.

Career opportunities vary by location and responsibility, but we are seeing qualified candidates to fill positions such as:

Direct Support Professional (DSP)

Provide support and assistance to individuals with disabilities, to explore and gain employment, recreational and social skills in safe and therapeutic settings in both center-based services or the community.

Non-Medical Transportation (NMT) Driver

Provide transportation services to adults with developmental disabilities who attend programs with SAW, Inc. Full or part-time opportunities are available.

See our current job opportunities at
Indeed.com

We are always looking for quality individuals to join our team.

To send your resume in for consideration, email us at communication@sawinc.org.