Community Development Director/Assistant City Manager – City of Powell, Ohio,

Aug 7, 2020 | Jobs

The City of Powell, Ohio, a growing upscale residential community of nearly 15,000 residents located 15 miles north of Columbus, is seeking candidates for the newly created position of Community Development Director/Assistant City Manager.  This position reports to the City Manager.

This unclassified position, at a minimum, will require a Bachelor’s Degree in major coursework related to the duties of the position; a Master’s Degree is preferred. Such community development related majors could include regional planning, civil engineering, public administration, or a related field.

The incumbent must also have at least five (5) years of progressively responsible experience in management and supervision of staff engaged in planning, community or economic development, civil engineering; or, the equivalent education and experience that would provide the necessary knowledge, skills and abilities required of the position.
Salary range is $92,274 – $120,154 with excellent benefits.

Please send a resume of qualifications and job history to Karen J. Mitchell, City Clerk, 47 Hall Street, Powell Ohio 43065-8357 or by email to kmitchell@cityofpowell.us.  Deadline for submittals is 5:00 p.m. on Monday, August 31, 2020 or until the position is filled.

See City Website (www.cityofpowell.us) for additional information.  The City of Powell is an equal opportunity employer.

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