Economic Development Director, Cambridge-Guernsey County CIC
Economic Development Director, Cambridge-Guernsey County Community Improvement Corporation
The Economic Development Director will plan, direct and supervise all activities of the Cambridge-Guernsey County Community Improvement Corporation and Port Authority to attract, expand, enhance and retain business in Guernsey County. The Economic Development Director through his/her leadership and expertise will maintain close relationships with the Executive Committee, Board of Trustees, private and public stakeholders, and existing and potential businesses to enhance and improve the local economy. In addition, the Economic Development Director assists the Board of Trustees in establishing organizational goals and objectives, oversees financial responsibilities and implements plans and programs to attain the goals and objectives set.
The Economic Development Director reports to the Board of Trustees. The CIC Board is comprised of twenty (20) members, including the three (3) Guernsey County Commissioners; Mayors of the City of Cambridge and the Village of Byesville; and representatives from the City and Village, Cambridge and Jackson Townships; the Community Industrial Association, and local business and the community at large.
The Economic Development Director will serve as the county’s initial contract person regarding industrial prospects; and will coordinate the marketing of industrial sites and liaises with county officials, industry executives, and private developers. Salary for the successful applicant will range from $65,000 to $75,000 annually based on education and experience.
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Interested applicants should submit resumes electronically to Norm Blanchard at email@example.com.
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