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 3rd Tuesday of each month, as the distribution date of the Newsletter is around the 28th 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.
Details were recently finalized between the City of Wilmington, the Clinton County Port Authority and the Ohio Department of Development (ODOD) (formerly the Ohio Development Services Agency) for the use of a $1.1 million grant in support of repairs to Airborne Road.read more
Northwest State Community College, OhioMeansJobs-Hancock County, City Mission, and Fostoria Learning Center Partner for a Pathway out of Poverty
Northwest State Community College is excited to announce a collaboration with OhioMeansJobs-Hancock County and the City Mission to offer an Introduction to Welding program at the Fostoria Learning Center. This program will provide seven individuals from the City Mission the opportunity to earn valuable welding skills and an OSHA 10-hour certification. This program is designed to provide a pathway for skill attainment, employment with a livable wage, and ultimately a pathway out of homelessness and poverty.read more
The Clean Ohio Fund has allocated more than $1.2 million for projects that will conserve green space and protect bodies of water in Lucas County. Potential applicants are encouraged to attend a meeting December 9 to learn more.read more