Economic Development Specialist – HCDC
Administers various economic development programs and multiple projects. Must be detail-oriented, with strong oral and written communication skills and computer skills. Works with multiple communities and businesses throughout Hamilton County. Having knowledge of tax incentive programs including enterprise zone and community reinvestment areas a plus. Provide research on certain contracts including demographics, statistics, maps and reports. Experience (2-5) years, and Bachelors degree in a related field required. Valid Ohio driver’s license necessary. Some travel may be required. Salary DOQ.
Established in 1983, HCDC, Inc. helps build businesses and promote job creation in three ways: Business Incubation, Business Lending, and Economic Development Services. HCDC is a multi-program economic development organization that has nurtured over 325 incubator tenants, financed over $4 billion in projects, and has helped attract and create tens of thousands of local jobs. Visit HCDC.com for more information.
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