Administrative Assistant – Athens County Economic Development Council

Organizational relationships:

          Reports to: Director
          Direct reports: None

Work schedule: Part time, time, typically between the hours of 8:30 a.m. and 12:30 p.m. with adjustments made for early morning, evening, and weekend meetings and events, and as needed to accomplish stated functions.

Essential Functions/Tasks

Filing, documentation and record keeping for multiple office activities (accounts payable/receivable, reimbursement, timesheets, etc.)
Retrieve mail/Log bills and invoices to send to accounting office/Disperse mail to relevant staff members

Highland County Commissioners Hiring Full-Time Economic Development Director

Position is responsible for overseeing the implementation of programs and plans related to the economic revitalization of the county; developing and leading specific job growth strategies in retention and attraction; serving as liaison for various community development projects; and responsible for county workforce development efforts.

The SCEDC Announces Top 10 Micropolitan Award

Fremont- Sandusky County, Ohio – Sandusky County Economic Development Corporation (SCEDC) is a non-profit organization that focuses on business retention and expansion, business recruitment, and workforce development for Sandusky County.  The SCEDC would like to announce that Sandusky County was ranked among the best nationally based on number of business development projects.

Tiffin-Seneca Micropolitan Ranks 4th Nationally for Economic Development

Tiffin-Seneca Economic Partnership and the Fostoria Economic Development Corp. jointly announced today that Seneca County has placed No. 4 nationally in Site Selection magazine’s rankings for large, private economic development projects out of the 581 micropolitans in the US. Site Selection has been annually ranking states and cities since 1978 and top non-metro counties with an urban center between 10,000 and 50,000 since 2004.

Youngstown-Warren Region Realized More Than $2.9 Billion of Investment in 2020

Private companies invested more than $2.9 billion in the Valley last year, many with the help of regional economic development agencies. According to data compiled by the Youngstown/Warren Regional Chamber and its economic development partners—and published in the 2020 Economic Development Report Card—a total of 78 projects resulted in $2,956,016,640 invested, 4,191 new jobs and 1,965 retained jobs.