Economic Development Administrator – City of Mentor
The City of Mentor is seeking a full-time Economic Development Administrator to promote economic development within the city. Work involves significant communication with current and potential businesses to attract, retain and expand Mentor’s economic development. Applicants must possess a four-year college degree with major course work in marketing, business administration, and considerable experience in economic development or a related activity, or any equivalent combination of training and experience which provides the appropriate skills, knowledge and abilities to successfully perform the duties of this position. A valid driver’s license is required. Salary range: $59,281 – $80,000 (DOQ). EOE/ADA
Application deadline: end of business Friday 8/24/2018.
Please visit our website at www.cityofmentor.com/employment for instructions on completing and submitting the online application. Employment applications are also available in the Human Resource Office, 8500 Civic Center Blvd., Mentor, Ohio 44060.
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