Searching for the Next President and Executive Director of the Tuscarawas County Economic Development Corporation
The Tuscarawas Economic Development Corporation is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization dedicated to strengthening the economy in Tuscarawas County. The EDC provides a wide range of financial tools, economic development resources, and information to commercial businesses and builders in the county. The EDC manages the Economic Development & Finance Alliance (EDFA) and Community Improvement Corporation (CIC) of Tuscarawas County, serving as the one point of contact for economic development!
The President/Executive Director of the Tuscarawas County Economic Development Corporation is responsible for attracting, retaining, and expanding businesses in Tuscarawas County to increase the growth and prosperity of the County.
To see the President/Executive Director’s Full Job Description and competitive Compensation and Benefits Package, please click here https://www.tuscedc.com/applications
Applications will be accepted until the position is filled.
All submittals are Confidential.
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