County hires new JFS director


Delaware County will soon have a new face at the helm of its Jobs and Family Services Department.

David Dombrosky was officially hired Thursday to serve as director of the department, replacing Shancie Jenkins, who left the post in May for a jobs with the Ohio Department of Health.

“We’re very proud to have him join our team,” said Tim Hansley, the county’s administrator.

Dombrosky currently serves in the same role in Clark County, a position he has held since November 2013.

He previously served as deputy director over administrative services with the Cuyahoga County Division of Children and Family Services. There he oversaw 225 full-time employees and an annual budget of about $40 million.

“He has a wealth of experience and I’m sure he’ll make a pretty good director,” said Commissioner Barb Lewis.

Dombrosky has an master’s degree in public administration from the State University of New York at Albany.

“David brings proven experience as a collaborative leader with evidence-based accountability methods and an outstanding performance management track record,” Dawn Huston, assistant county administrator, said in a prepared statement. “His wide breadth of experience with the diversified client base in both Springfield and Cleveland provides an excellent preparation for the future growth of our job and family services department.”

Dombrosky will begin his employment with the county on Aug. 10.

By Dustin Ensinger

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Dustin Ensinger can be reached at 740-413-0902 or on Twitter @EnsingerDG.

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