Development Manager – The City of Piqua
Deadline: JULY 8, 2022
Description: The City of Piqua is seeking a Development Manager who will perform complex professional work researching, administering and applying for grant funds for special projects. This position will also create and direct community activities; Administer State economic development programs; Communicate with public and private funders to ensure adherence to program rules and regulations; Create and administering community engagement programs; Provide research and technical assistance to other departments related to grant preparation.
Knowledge of: Economic development, community planning, revitalization and redevelopment, and project management principles and practices; Programs, materials, activities, grants, studies and reports; Dealing with the public and media; Grant management; Marketing and public relations; Community resources and services; Government structure and process.
Comprehensive knowledge of business and economic development financing; considerable knowledge of various marketing techniques, including social media; Familiarity of state and local economic development incentives.
Skill in: Supervision of teammates; Public relations; Community and Economic Development; Written and oral presentations; Working diplomatically with community, citizen groups, developers and business owners to achieve overall goals and objectives.
Education: Bachelor’s degree in Public or Business Administration, or related field and three (3) to five (5) years of experience in economic development, community development, development project management, and supervisory experience or equivalent combination of education, training, and experience.
Requirements: Valid driver’s license in the State of Ohio.
Position Type / Hours: Full Time
Wage Rate: $ 78369 to 100,019 annually
How to Apply:
https://piquaoh.formstack.com/forms/city_of_piqua_employment_app_management or pick up a hard copy from 201 West Water Street, Second Floor, Piqua, Ohio 45356.
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