P3 Program Manager – City of Columbus
Within the Economic Development Division of the City of Columbus Department of Development, the Development Program Manager will be in charge of managing Public-Private Partnership (P3) projects throughout the City. Public-Private Partnership (P3) projects are private development projects that include public infrastructure improvements that are funded in whole or in part by the City in an effort to further City policy goals aligned with job creation, workforce housing and neighborhood revitalization. This role will negotiate and administer incentive agreements, manage the planning and approval of P3 projects, and coordinate project delivery. The ideal candidate will have a background in planning, development or a related field; have the ability to manage multiple projects; and work collaboratively with internal and external customers.
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