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VP/Executive Director, Bond Financing and Tax Incentives Programs
EDC seeks a seasoned finance professional to manage its tax-exempt bond financing and discretionary tax benefits programs while assisting with the design and launch of new, high impact, catalytic programs for delivering targeted financial assistance to the City’s small and medium-sized businesses.
More information and how to apply HERE
MidTown Cleveland Inc.
The MidTown Cleveland Inc. ("MidTown") Board of Directors seeks a visionary, results-driven leader to direct and grow the organization to a multi-dimensional stakeholder service and development organization responsible for growing MidTown as a vibrant neighborhood and business innovation district.
The MidTown Cleveland service area is home to over 600 businesses and covers approximately two square miles between the region's two largest commercial centers, Downtown Cleveland and University Circle. The success of the Health Tech Corridor that bisects the district has attracted new and diverse businesses and millions of dollars in investment in the neighborhood. For MidTown Cleveland, there is great opportunity to leverage this investment, build on the strength of the strong business climate, and create a thriving 24/7 community rivaling any destination.
Founded in 1983 by Mort Mandel, Tom Roulston, and local business leaders, the MidTown Cleveland identity and service portfolio has changed and evolved over its history. Working with the Board, the next leader must guide the organization through its next successful chapter, steering the mission and realizing the vision.
Learn more and Apply HERE
Senior Polict Analyst
Office of Economic Development Finance
The Office of Economic Development Finance (EDF) of the Chief Financial Officer of the District of Columbia seeks candidates interested in joining its group of economic development policy analysts. EDF is a small, dynamic unit that directly advises the CFO on financing economic development initiatives. EDF also provides analysis on fiscal, economic, and administrative impacts of proposed development projects to the Mayor, Deputy Mayor for Planning and Economic Development, and the DC Council.
Dorchester Bay Economic Development Corporation
DBEDC offers prospective candidates the opportunity to lead a long-standing, well-respected and innovative economic development corporation, which has had tremendous impact on its Dorchester community and the City of Boston since 1979. Clear priorities for the new President/CEO include skillfully navigating the final stages of the organization’s first leadership transition in twenty years; continuing to position and present DBEDC as a “go to”, inventive and creative leader in community development in the City, refining DBEDC’s strategic focus to maximize impact and ensure long-term sustainability, advocating passionately for its community and building and strengthening relationships between and amongst a committed board and highly engaged staff.
Director of Economic Development
Lucas County Planning & Development
Under general direction from the Chief of Planning & Development, this position is responsible for the design, implementation, monitoring, oversight and evaluation of the Department’s economic development & workforce development plans, programs, strategies and policies for the Lucas County Board of Commissioners, including but not limited to business attraction, expansion and retention.
Learn More HERE ED_Director_05-18-2015.pdf
Pottawattamie County Development Corporation (PCDC)
Council Bluffs, IA
The Executive Director and the PCDC Board of Directors will create and guide the organization’s strategic direction, develop and implement policy, form key relationships and manage the financial affairs of the organization to confront the issues caused by the underutilized and distressed properties in our neighborhoods. The Executive Director will support and promote revitalizing tactics and efforts in the City of Council Bluffs and Pottawattamie County through strategically acquiring, assembling, improving and disposing of vacant, contaminated, abandoned, distressed, historic or otherwise underutilized property. The Executive Director and PCDC partners will then work in tandem to transform those properties and neighborhoods into useable, taxable properties adding to the overall image transformation of the area. The Executive Director will be the primary spokesperson for PCDC and lead the organization in all aspects including strategic planning, board management, project management, community/partner relations and the day-to-day administration of all staff and programs
Learn more and how to apply HERE Job_Posting_Pottawattamie_County_Development_Corporation_(PCDC).docx