Jefferson County Port Authority Executive Director – Jefferson County, Ohio
The Jefferson County Port Authority is seeking an Executive Director. Successful candidate must have experience in all facets of executive leadership and management, and will be responsible for stimulating, facilitating, coordinating, and marketing economic development activities and forging productive relationships between public/private sector interests of Jefferson County and the Tri State area. Candidates must have a minimum of a bachelor’s degree in a related field and 3 – 5 years professional experience in economic development (and/or business administration, government relations, or real estate development). Candidate must be a team player, energetic, well organized, self-motivated, willing to work non-traditional hours, willing to travel as needed, represent Jefferson County as the primary economic development contact, and able to work independently. Jefferson County Port Authority is an equal opportunity employer.
Please send a letter of interest and resume to:
Pietragallo Gordon Alfano Bosick & Raspanti LLP
Attn: Robert D’Anniballe, Jr., Esquire
200 Stanton Boulevard – Suite 100
Steubenville, OH 43952
(Please mark the envelope on the front in a manner that will reflect that you are responding to the advertisement for the Executive Director of the Jefferson County Port Authority.)
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