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This is to announce that resumes are being accepted for the unclassified position of:
TITLE: Director of Economic Development
The City of Dayton Economic Development Department has a team of development professionals who partner with business, academia, and institutional mainstays to implement dynamic asset-based development strategies based on four foundational components of providing a qualified workforce, creating marketable places and spaces, branding and marketing businesses and by establishing a pro-business environment.
If you are a self-motivated, innovative leader with excellent communication and presentation skills who is willing to occupy a highly visible position in the community while working closely with businesses and development interests, please apply for the Director of Economic Development position at the City of Dayton.
RESPONSIBILITIES: The Director of Economic Development plans, organizes and implements economic development strategies to promote the growth and development of the City’s economic base, assists in the retention and expansion of existing businesses, and vigorously seeks out new businesses for the City of Dayton.
EDUCATION: Bachelor’s Degree in public or business administration, economics, finance or related field is required. A Master’s Degree is preferred in public or business administration, economics, finance or a related field.
EXPERIENCE: Ten (10) years of progressively more responsible experience in senior-level activities in a public sector agency or in another equivalent organization requiring comparable skills. Rich network of peers and colleagues and a proven record of forming and sustaining collaborative partnerships with key stakeholders. Must have a comprehensive understanding of the operation of local and state government as it applies to economic development. Must have a comprehensive understanding of real estate development and financing and the ability to accurate evaluate complex economic development projects along with the understanding of theory and practices of economics, finance and general business administration.
SALARY RANGE: $93,000 to $108,000
Resume, copy of college transcripts or diploma, copy of driver’s license, and cover letter specifically addressing how your experience relates to the qualifications and duties required for this position, should be sent to:
City Manager’s Office
City of Dayton
P.O. Box 22
Dayton, Ohio 45401-0022
Resumes will be accepted until the position is filled, however first consideration will be given to resumes received by December 6, 2013. Please do not call to inquire about the status of your resume. A complete position description may be obtained from the Department of Human Resources, City Hall, 101 W. Third Street, Room 335, P.O. Box 22, Dayton, Ohio 45401-0022.
THE CITY OF DAYTON IS AN EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER
Final permanent appointment is contingent up the applicant passing a job-related medical examination, background investigation, and providing documentary evidence of Employment Authorization and Identity required by the Immigration and Nationality Act.
Manager, Historic Properties Redevelopment Program
Position Details :Type Full Time
Offered By: National Trust for Historic Preservation
Preservation Resources Department
Washington , District of Columbia
The National Trust, in partnership with the 1772 Foundation, will establish a Historic Properties Redevelopment
Program (HPRP) Office at the Trust, with a full-time staff person hired to manage this work. A multi-disciplinary
advisory board will provide guidance and direction to the program, and the 1772 Foundation will be a collaborating
partner with the Trust in this effort. The HPRP will serve and support non-profit preservation organizations, revolving
fund managers, housing and planning officials, foundation leaders, and students in related graduate and professional
programs. Unless otherwise arranged, the coordinator will be located at National Trust headquarters in Washington,
D.C. and will work within the Preservation Resources Department (PRD). PRD has a strong track record of providing
services in this area including hosting the revolving fund convening’s at the National Preservation Conference,
creating high-level real estate development conference sessions, and partnering with the National Development
Council on the advanced historic real estate training workshop series—all of which have been funded by 1772.
This position is currently grant funded for a period of up to three years. Extension of the position beyond
that period will be subject to success of the program and continued availability of funding. The position is full time
and eligible for full benefits. including afforadable health, dental and life insurance, 3.5 weeks of vacation, and a
defined contribution retirement savings benefit equal to 5% of salary.
Minimum 5 years professional level experience, including experience relevant to building a national network of organizations and individuals able to apply sophisticated and effective real estate financing and redevelopment techniques to save historic buildings.Demonstrated ability to work with and leverage existing networks and to build new and unexpected partnerships and be able to set goals, prioritize tasks and meet deadlines.
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