Community Development Director – City of Medina

Jul 22, 2021 | Jobs

The City of Medina is seeking a Community Development Director.  This position is appointed by the Mayor and requires the confirmation of Medina City Council.  Master’s Degree in municipal planning, urban affairs, or a related field desirable. Compensation commensurate with experience having the starting annual salary range set between $86,886-$94,124.  Full-time benefits include group hospitalization/ or opt-out stipend, sick leave, paid holidays and paid vacation. More information found at www.medinaoh.org under “Employment”.  Pre-employment background review and drug testing is a city policy. Those interested should email or send a detailed resume with cover letter to lwilson@medinaoh.org or the Medina Civil Service Commission, 132 N Elmwood, Medina, Ohio 44256 by Monday, August 9, 2021. The City of Medina is an EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER

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