Director of Economic Development – City of Streetsboro
The City of Streetsboro is seeking a qualified individual to fill the position of Director of Economic Development. This position is responsible for economic development programs and projects, including initial planning, feasibility determination, community involvement and acceptance, and implementation with project timetables. Minimum Requirements: Bachelor’s Degree from a four-year (4) college or university, and two (2) years related experience and/or training in municipal economic development; or equivalent combination of education and experience. Salary Range: $70,000 to $87,567 annually plus benefit package. Please send resume and work-related references to City of Streetsboro, Human Resources Department, 9184 State Route 43, Streetsboro, Ohio 44241 or to Slockhartemail@example.com by 5:00 p.m. Friday, January 25, 2019. EOE/Drug-free workplace. Visit our website at www.cityofstreetsboro.com.
One of the Dayton region’s largest manufacturing companies is planning a massive expansion at one of its local facilities.
Cargill Inc., a Minnesota-based provider of food, agriculture, financial and industrial products and services, will invest $225 million to expand its integrated soybean crush and refined oils facility in Sidney.
The project will create new jobs and further enhance Cargill’s presence in the region.read more
The Montrose Group released A Rural Development White Paper: A Mandate for Transformation timed in conjunction with a forum held in Circleville, Ohio before 100 economic development, business and community leaders focused on rural economic development. A copy of the white paper can be found at https://montrosegroupllc.com/2019/10/rural-development-whitepaper-a-mandate-for-transformation/.read more
URBANA, Ohio – On November 1, students from Urbana High School were announced as the winners of the second annual Champaign County Design Challenge during the county-level competition at Urbana University. The winning team, consisting of Ron Ragland, Bryant McKenzie, Dale Mason, Bryant Chamberlain, and Johnny Moore, are part of Ohio Hi-Point’s Advanced Manufacturing satellite program at Urbana High School.read more