Development Director (U)- City of Columbus, Ohio
JOB TYPE: Full-Time
SALARY: Depends on Qualifications
OPENING DATE: 01/24/20
CLOSING DATE: 02/09/20 11:59 PM
The position of Development Director (U) is responsible for serving as the executive head of the Department of Development, which includes the coordination, management, implementation and promotion of programs for jobs preservation or expansion and for the general economic well-being of the City; performs related tasks as required.
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A person who has been selected by an appointing authority in accordance with the Columbus City Charter, Section 148(1) is said to have received an unclassified appointment. Those individuals receiving unclassified appointments serve at the pleasure of their appointing authority and may be terminated from employment at any time. Please contact the Civil Service Commission if you would like additional information regarding this process.
EXAMPLES OF WORK:
Serves as advisor to the Mayor on development and economic growth programs at the cabinet level and acts as a representative of the City in meetings and conferences in the areas of development and economic growth.;
Directs the activities of the Division of Economic Development, which has as its primary responsibility the development, planning, and evaluation activities and programs associated with business development and finance, urban infrastructure, capital improvements, commercial revitalization, and international business;
Directs the activities of the Division of Code Enforcement, which has as its primary responsibility the enforcement of all laws and regulations applicable to property maintenance inspection;
Directs the activities of the Division of Housing, which has as its primary responsibility the development, planning, and evaluation activities and programs associated with social services delivery systems, neighborhood relations, housing rehabilitation and relocation, and homeownership services;
Directs the activities of the Division of Planning, which has as its primary responsibility long range planning, neighborhood planning, historic preservation and urban design;
Directs the activities of the Division of Land Redevelopment, which has as its primary responsibility the implementation of the adopted land reutilization program and the redevelopment of properties held in the land bank;
Attends City Council meetings and takes part in discussions related to the operation of the Development Department;
Appoints employees, reviews disciplinary actions, approves or disapproves promotions, leaves of absence and related personnel transactions;
Enters into contracts on behalf of the City in compliance with Chapter 329 and Title Thirty-Nine and other requirements of the Columbus City Code;
TEST/JOB CONTACT INFORMATION:
Recruitment #: 20-0061-V1
Employment Type: Full-Time
Should you have questions regarding this vacancy, please contact:
Department of Human Resources
77 N. Front St.
Columbus, Ohio 43215
P: (614) 645-0792
The City of Columbus is an Equal Opportunity Employer
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