Real Estate Development Manager
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
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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.
- 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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