Development Project Coordinator – Union County-Marysville Economic Development Partnership/CIC – Marysville, Ohio
The Union County-Marysville Economic Development Partnership is seeking candidates to advance economic growth strategies and efforts for one of the fastest growing counties in Ohio. This position requires a candidate with the ability to work in a fast-paced environment focused on attracting and retaining investment, growing jobs and housing, developing industrial and commercial parks, and managing various economic development programs and initiatives.
Candidates must have an undergraduate degree in business, public administration, city and regional planning, or other related field with at least a minimum of three years of professional experience in economic/business development or related fields. Familiarity with the automotive industry, advanced manufacturing, and/or smart mobility technology is a plus, but not required. Salary range $62,000 to $78,000 commensurate with qualifications and experience.
Send cover letter, resume, and three work-related references to email@example.com.
Filing Deadline: Open until filled – first screening April 9, 2021. EEO
More information: http://unioncounty.org/news/employment
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