Operations Coordinator or Manager – Tiffin-Seneca Economic Partnership (TSEP)
The Tiffin-Seneca Economic Partnership (TSEP) is searching for a talented, passionate, organized, get-it-done professional to join our high-impact, high-energy, high-profile organization as an Operations Coordinator or Manager. The salary range is $33,000 to $40,000, depending on experience. Medical insurance, retirement match, bonus and annual salary increases, flex and comp time, cell phone and expense reimbursement, remote day per week if desired, professional development, and private office located in historic downtown Tiffin are some of the benefits.
The position will have two key areas of responsibility. First, they will be responsible for internal operations, including financial administration, customer and stakeholder interaction, records and supplies management, property administration, and intern management. Second, they will be responsible for managing and supporting mission-critical team and organizational activities, including meeting scheduling and support, event management and support, program administration (tax, grant, port authority), data management and reporting, communications support, as well as research and survey work.
TSEP is one of the leading local economic development organizations in the country, placing in the top ten among 581 micropolitans nationally in four of the last five years for large, private economic development projects (Site Selection). We are unique in the broad scope of our activities, including industrial, commercial, residential, international, tech-based, rural, workforce, community, real estate, and program and policy development; as well as entrepreneurship and downtown revitalization (state and nationally accredited Main Street program – one of the most decorated downtown programs statewide in the last five years). We’ve more than doubled our budget and our team in the last seven years, growing from two people to a team of five.
For more information, including the press release and full position description, please go to www.tsepsearch.com. Resumes and cover letters can be sent to email@example.com before June 5, 2021 at 5:00 p.m.
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