Executive Director Port Authority
Dayton/Montgomery County Ohio Port Authority is seeking an Executive Director for this leadership position directing the activities of the Port. Candidate will be responsible for identifying, organizing, planning and facilitating economic development and job creation/retention within the region served by the Port. Candidate must have senior leadership experience and strong financial analytic and management skills. The position requires excellent communication skills and the ability to work with multiple governmental, private sector businesses and individuals to implement projects. The Executive Director is responsible for managing the resources of the Port, including one part time resource with Dayton Port experience who is actively engaged in economic development matters. The Executive Director position is part time for 25-30 hours per week. Salary range is $50.00- $70.00 per hour based on expertise. Bachelor’s Degree in a related field required. This posting will close April 3, 2020.
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