Development Project Coordinator Union County Marysville Economic Development Partnership Marysville, Ohio
The Union County-Marysville Economic Development Partnership is seeking candidates to advance economic growth strategies and efforts for the fastest growing county in Ohio. This challenging, yet rewarding position requires the ability to implement and manage various economic development programs and initiatives, including the 33 Smart Mobility Corridor, countywide business retention and expansion program, and entrepreneurial development program, among others.
Candidates must have a bachelor’s degree in Economic Development, Public Administration, or other relevant field, and minimum of five (5) years of professional experience. Strong knowledge of local and state economic development policies and tools is a must. Familiarity with the automotive industry or smart mobility technology is a plus, but not required.
Salary is $62,000 to $78,000, commensurate with qualifications and experience. Candidate will also enjoy a generous benefit package which includes partial reimbursement of healthcare benefits, 401k contribution, and paid time off. Expected hours worked per week: 40 (full time).
Send cover letter, resume, and three work-related references to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Filing Deadline: 4:00 PM, April 22, 2019. EEO.
More information: http://unioncounty.org/news/employment
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