Real Estate Development Manager

Apr 30, 2018 | Jobs |

Organization:  Lucas County Planning & Development

Location: One Government Center, Ste. 800, Toledo, OH  43604

Normal Hours of Work:  8:30 AM to 4:30 PM Monday-Friday

Rate of Pay:  Management Salary Schedule, Grade 5, $65,106 annually to $81,383 annually

Status:  Unclassified; Non-Bargaining Unit; FLSA-Exempt

 

Summary of Responsibilities
(Refer to position description for more detailed information)

 

Under general direction from the Director of Planning and Development this position is responsible for the effective and efficient provision of economic and real estate development programming & resources to enhance business attraction, expansion and  retention through consultations and negotiations with appropriate parties.  This position also manages internal Lucas County real estate development activities.

 

Minimum Qualifications

 

  • Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration (any discipline/field), or in Economics, Social Work, Sociology, Psychology, Political Science or a related field, AND at least three (3) years of related work experience OR Associate’s degree in any of the above fields AND five (5) years of related work experience; OR and equivalent combination of related work experience, education and/or certification.
  • Minimum of 2 years commercial or large scale residential real estate development experience for either the public or private sector
  • Experience working with State and/ or Federal development programs i.e. CHIP, HOME, CDBG is preferred
  • Must possess a valid driver’s license with driving privileges in the State of Ohio, or have reliable means or transportation if accommodated under the ADA.

 

Application deadline:  Applications accepted until filled

 

To apply, complete and submit an electronic application at www.co.lucas.oh.us (Click “Apply for a Job” and select “Real Estate Development Manager” from the list) or submit a cover letter and resume to the Lucas County Human Resources/Personnel Department, One Government Center, Suite 450, Toledo, OH  43604, Attn:  Real Estate Development Manager

 

An equal opportunity employer

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