The Community Improvement Corporation of Henry County Ohio seeks a dynamic leader responsible for developing, directing and administering the economic development functions for Henry County Ohio. The Executive Director is to enhance the economic vitality of the county through the implementation and oversight of programs and initiatives that will attract new businesses and encourage expansion and retention of existing businesses, in order to promote a sustainable economic base within the County.
The purpose of the Chief Economic Development Officer is the Chief Executive Officer for the Cuyahoga County Department of Development (CCDoD). The position is responsible for developing and implementing the County’s strategy and mission for becoming a region that is economically competitive with growing and profitable businesses and a vibrant, dynamic, and diverse community. The position leads the development and administration of creative and innovative programs in community development, economic development, and housing.
In what was a unique year for every person, business, and industry the world over, the positive results for Ohio are evidence of our state’s perseverance, ingenuity, and strength in the face of adversity. Starting with steady and bold leadership provided by the DeWine/Husted Administration and through partnerships and collaboration across the state, we collectively and successfully navigated the challenges of the pandemic, producing impressive achievements for Ohio’s economic development along the way.
With the completion of the OEDI Real Estate Course, the next course is the OEDI Site Selection and Site Development Course. The course covers both the Site Development process — how to ensure that your sites have adequate infrastructure and are ready for use —- and the Site Selection process — best practices in working with site selectors to present their community and sites.
(Marion) Members of the public are invited to attend the Annual Marion Campus Job and Internship Fair from April 5 through April 8. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the event will be held virtually this year to allow local employers to meet with potential employees safely. The event is joint effort of Marion Technical College, The Ohio State University at Marion and Ohio Means Jobs – Marion County. The Marion Area Chamber of Commerce also is sponsoring this event.