CEO of the Troy Development Council / President of the Troy Area Chamber of Commerce
Organization: Troy Development Council and Troy Area Chamber of Commerce
Location: 405 SW Public Square, Suite 330, Troy Ohio 45373 – (west-central Ohio)
Experience: 5+ years
Education: Bachelor’s Degree required
Salary: Competitive salary commensurate with qualifications and experiences
Deadline: Applications will be accepted until May 22, 2018 or until the position is filled
This position serves as the CEO of the Troy Development Council and as the President of the Troy Area Chamber of Commerce. This is the leadership position for both organizations and reports directly to the Boards of Directors.
This is an excellent opportunity for an experienced economic development and/or Chamber professional in an excellent location to be successful!! The TDC and the Chamber have long histories of success, are financially stable and enjoy great working partnerships with many local and regional organizations.
The Troy community is home to over 25,000 people and has many great international companies including American Honda, ITW Food Equipment Group, Hobart Welding, ConAgra Brands, Crown Equipment, Clopay Building Products, F & P America and more. Troy is located directly on Interstate 75 very close to the intersection of Interstate 70. To learn more about the Troy community, go to www.troyohiousa.com.
Candidates must have a very strong economic development background and experience with workforce development initiatives and programs. The final candidate will be chosen by August of 2018 and is to start employment by September of 2018.
To apply, please forward a resume detailing work and educational background, five professional references and any other relevant documents no later than 4 p.m. EST on May 22, 2018 to J.C. Wallace at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please put “TDC/TACC President/CEO Application in the subject line. You may also request a Full Job Profile.
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