Director of Business Development, Manufacturing – Team NEO – Cleveland, Ohio
The Director of Business Development, Manufacturing has 5-10 years of related business or economic development experience working with manufacturing companies. This highly visible position in the community is comfortable working with corporate CEOs and other business decision-makers, as well as engaging with local economic development leaders, higher education, elected officials and other stakeholders. The director is a self-starter and executing targeted business outreach calling on manufacturing related companies and executes the supporting tactics for superior customer experience for companies operating inside the region. The director will also develop strategies for advancing manufacturing awareness and knowledge with companies in the region. Because of Northeast Ohio’s many organizations involved in business outreach and cluster activities, the director must be adept at collaborating with and leveraging these disparate resources.
Interested candidates should send an electronic expression of interest and a resume to Laura Hudak.
Resumes accepted through Friday, March 6.
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