Management Partners has been retained by the City of Springdale, Ohio to assist with the recruitment of its next Economic Development Director. This profile draws on our discussions with the City’s Mayor and other key officials. It describes our understanding of the characteristics of the organization as well as the professional and personal qualities the ideal Economic Development Director should possess. Interested individuals are invited to learn more about Springdale on the City’s website: www.springdale.org
Montrose provides economic development planning, corporate site location, public finance and incentive services, and legal and lobbying services and is seeking a Manager of Economic Development to serve clients with corporate site location, economic development planning, and project finance and incentive matters. Montrose is seeking candidates with economic development experience to work in their Columbus, Ohio office with experience and interest in working with the following economic development programs: Tax Increment Financing, Community Reinvestment Area and Enterprise Zone and other tax abatement programs, municipal income tax credits, JobsOhio and Ohio Development Services Agency tax credit, grant and loan programs, federal and Ohio Historic Preservation and New Market Tax Credit programs, Downtown Redevelopment Districts, Ohio Port Authority programs, Joint Economic Development Districts, and Opportunity Zones. Montrose is celebrating its 10th year of operation in Columbus, Ohio. David J. Robinson is the Principal and Founder of Montrose, and along with Nate Green, Director of Economic Development, Tim Biggam, Director of Government Relations, and Michelle Bretscher, Director of Client Communications, the firm serves public and private sector clients in Ohio and across the nation.
The primary role of the Mobility Manager is to both enhance and promote regional mobility in the Clinton County service area. This position will be responsible for mobility management which, under the Federal Transit Administration (FTA) definition, “consists of short-range planning, management activities and projects for improving coordination among public and private transportation service providers with the intent of expanding the availability of services.’ The incumbent is responsible for the coordination of existing transportation services within the region; developing new regional transportation services; and promoting available transportation resources to the region’s residents, businesses and organizations.
Economic Development Specialist – Ohio University’s Voinovich School of Leadership & Public Affairs – Proctorville, Ohio Branch
THIS POSITION LOCATION IS LAWRENCE COUNTY, OHIO/HUNTINGTON, WV MSA.
THIS IS A GRANT-FUNDED POSITION. EMPLOYMENT IS CONTINGENT UPON CONTINUED FUNDING FROM THE GRANT PROVIDER.
This position requires a flexible, team player who will assist faculty, professional staff, & students w/technical assistance, applied research, data compilation/analysis, project administration, oral presentations, & report writing in the area of community & economic development. Position will directly apply knowledge of local & state economic development policies & tools specific to OH.
Under general direction/supervision; manages the Geographic Information System computer operation; develop,design and monitor GIS data and maps for assigned projects; utilize surveying and GPS techniques for various projects; monitors system performance and system usage; establish and maintain relationships with collaborating agencies; provide training and instruction to non-technical users on work procedures and work safety; Performs other related duties as required.