The Port of Greater Cincinnati Development Authority (The Port) is seeking an Industrial Development Manager to assist in strategically assembling land in industrial corridors within Hamilton County to create attractive development sites for manufacturing companies. The Industrial Development Manager will be The Port’s primary point person for due diligence, remediation, demolition, and site work on multiple industrial sites. This position reports directly to the Executive Vice President.
The Fairfield County Economic and Workforce Development Department is accepting applications for a Workforce Fiscal and Administrative Specialist who will support the county’s economic and workforce development efforts through budgeting and financial planning efforts.
The Fairfield County Economic and Workforce Development Department is accepting applications for a Specialist position who will support the county’s economic and workforcedevelopment efforts through research, communication, relationship building and marketing efforts.
The OCIC is actively searching for an individual to fill the position of Director. The Director is part of a team responsible for developing relationships with local, regional, and national businesses, organizations, educational institutions, and agency partners to identify and carry out the economic and workforce development needs within the County. The Director is primarily responsible for planning, organizing and implementing efforts related to business attraction, retention and expansion. The Director serves as the economic development representative of Ottawa County to the various ad hoc organizations and coalitions at the local/regional/state levels in which the County participates. The Director is also responsible for overseeing OCIC personnel.
Middletown, Ohio, located along Interstate 75 halfway between Cincinnati and Dayton with a population of 48,823, is seeking a visionary Economic Development Director. The Director will report to the City Manager and work closely with the CIC.