Newsletter & Jobs Board Submissions
Looking to fill a position?
ohioeda.com is simply the best place on the web to attract the state’s most qualified economic development professionals. If your organization has a vacancy, reach the best candidates to fill the position by posting on our jobs board.
Postings are free for OEDA members ($100 charge non-members per job posting). All postings will be listed on our website within 3 business days of receipt to our office. Positions will remain posted until we’re notified that they have been filled, so please be sure to notify us at firstname.lastname@example.org when the position has been filled.
Please email your posting to email@example.com. If you are non-member, you may request an invoice at that time.
Guidelines: Please include specific information in each job posting regarding:
- How to apply for the position;
- Salary expectations; and
- Application deadlines
Have news to share?
The OEDA e-newsletter is distributed monthly to more than 600 economic development professionals all across the state. You are welcome and encouraged to send us your articles/news for inclusion.
Be sure to email your articles to firstname.lastname@example.org by the 2nd Tuesday of each month, as the distribution date of the Newsletter is the 20th of each month.
Guidelines: When submitting articles, please keep the following in mind:
- Submissions in Word document format are preferred;
- Articles should be approximately 300-500 words in length;
- Please send informational, educational and/or newsworthy items;
- Please do not send pieces that advertise services or solicit business;
- Feel free to include a photo with your article;
- Be sure to include the “author” of the article;
- Links to articles published on other websites is acceptable, but please cite the source in these cases.
- Articles submitted by current OEDA members receive priority.
OEDA reserves the right to edit articles as necessary.
Much more than just “drug houses”; State grants to fund commercial building demolition would propel county land banks as key drivers of Ohio’s economic development
In late April 2021, a legislative committee in the Ohio House held its second hearing to consider creating a $100 million grant program, exclusively for county land banks, to fund commercial building demolition. Ohio’s land bank statutes are recognized as a national model, uniquely providing an opt-in for county commissioners to direct tax collections to fund their county land banks’ activities. That revenue model, coupled with allocations from the state’s Hardest Hit Fund (specifically, the sun-setting Neighborhood Initiative Program), allowed land banks to grow in number during the past decade and thrive in addressing so-called nonproductive land in their communities.read more
Archbold, Ohio – Communication, collaboration, and partnerships are all sometimes a difficult ask. The ultimate goal of all three is to produce action that leads to meeting a goal or need. At Paulding High School, the goal was met as five students completed the Northwest State Community College welding course. The offering, consisting of two college level welding courses, came to fruition alongside the OhioMeansJobs-Defiance and Paulding Counties Office, the Paulding County Economic Development Office, Paulding High School, and Northwest State Community College.read more
Every year we celebrate the organizations and individuals that have partnered with us to help grow our local economy. Due to COVID-19, we were unable to host our Annual Meeting & Business Development Awards Ceremony. This year we celebrated the Award recipients at their place of business.read more