Sauder Village is a nonprofit organization, home of Ohio’s largest living-history museum. The 235-acre complex offers a complement of food, lodging and retail services, making it an ideal destination for families, groups, small conferences and special events.
We are different than most organizations thanks to the original passion and dream of our founder, Erie Sauder who was a visionary leader. Erie established Sauder Village in 1976, not just to preserve the “things” from history, but more importantly to share the “stories” of every day people of the past. His respect and appreciation for his ancestors translated into a passion to ensure that people, and most specifically children, realize the ingenuity, hard work, sacrifice, and determination of those who came before us — and ultimately to inspire that same pioneering and entrepreneurial spirit in their lives today in hopes that they strive to make a positive difference in their world. This continues to serve as our core purpose.
In addition, an overriding commitment to service and hospitality is deeply rooted in the Sauder Village culture. Reminded of Erie’s continued example of servitude in all he did, our staff is dedicated to creating a warm and welcoming environment, offering experiences rich in history, hospitality, creativity and fun.
Sauder Village is the home of The Historic Village, Barn Restaurant, Doughbox Bakery, Founder’s Hall, Sauder Heritage Inn and Campground, Threads of Tradition Quilt Shop and Retail Shops.
Current Job Openings
How to apply:
Call Sauder Village at 419.446.2541 or e-mail the HR Department at firstname.lastname@example.org
Stop by the Welcome Center Monday through Friday to complete an application, or print an online application and mail application/resume to:
Aaron Alt, Human Resources
PO Box 235
Archbold, OH 43502