Executive Director – The Community Improvement Corporation of Henry County Ohio
The Community Improvement Corporation of Henry County Ohio seeks a dynamic leader responsible for developing, directing and administering the economic development functions for Henry County Ohio. The Executive Director is to enhance the economic vitality of the county through the implementation and oversight of programs and initiatives that will attract new businesses and encourage expansion and retention of existing businesses, in order to promote a sustainable economic base within the County. Must have the ability to communicate effectively to groups and individuals, engineers, contractors, developers, legal, businesses, and the general public. Must have the ability to establish good working relationships with other organizations and economic development practitioners within Northwest Ohio. A Bachelor’s degree in public/business administration, urban planning, economics, finance or related field is preferred. Three years of professional experience managing an economic development program or equivalent experience is preferred. Resumes will be accepted until April 9, 2021; Resumes should be sent to: Kim Schumm at email@example.com – Personnel Chairman or mailed to: 104 East Washington Street, Suite 301, Napoleon, Ohio 43545. https://henrycountyed.com/ EOE
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