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Economic Development Director - City of Sharonville

Company: The Ohio Economic Development Association
Location: Hamilton
Posted on: May 12, 2022

Job Description:

Economic Development Director - City of Sharonville Position:
The City of Sharonville is proactively seeking a dynamic and experienced economic development professional to direct and coordinate programs that enhance and diversify the economic base of the City. Under the executive direction of the Mayor and Safety/Service Director, the Economic Development Director will provide strategic leadership and day-to-day management in advancing the City of Sharonville's economic development objectives. The primary responsibility of this position will be to cultivate strategic partnerships while continuing to support the City's thriving large and small business environments. The position is also responsible for engaging a variety of stakeholders; including, community leaders, developers, and the City's educational, industrial and hospitality partners. About the City of Sharonville:
The City of Sharonville is conveniently located 15 miles north of downtown Cincinnati, situated off interstates 75 and 275 and nestled in both Hamilton and Butler Counties. Sharonville has approximately 13,500 residents and, due in large part to its large diverse workforce, a daytime population that exceeds 40,000. The City prides itself on being a vibrant, close-knit community that strongly supports its businesses and visitors. Sharonville's tax structure, location, and existing business foundation have been catalysts for driving the city's growth. It is of one of the few cities in the State of Ohio that does not levy property taxes. It is home to a wide variety of businesses including Ford Motor Company, Gorilla Glue, StandardAero, and Jacobs Engineering. The city boasts dozens of small and medium sized businesses, 25 hotels, and a thriving and diverse selection of restaurants. In addition to being an attractive and desirable place to live and do business, the City of Sharonville is also a great place to work. The city is an award-winning employer, having been recognized four years (2018-21) in a row by Ohio Business Magazine as a premier workplace and by Engaging Local Government Leaders (2019) as one of the nation's best local government employers. The City organization consists of approximately 200 dedicated employees. City departments include Administration & Finance; Economic Development; Community Development; Convention Center; Public Works; Police; Fire & EMS; Mayor's Court; and Parks & Recreation. Requirements:
1. Bachelor's Degree from an accredited four-year college or university, with major course work in business, public administration, marketing, economics, and/or a similar discipline. A combination of additional education or professional experience and training may be considered. 2. At least two (2) years of responsible experience in public, non-profit, or private sector economic development or related activities. Salary and Benefits: The compensation package includes an anticipated salary range of $80,000.00 to $100,000.00 commensurate with education and experience. The City offers a highly-competitive benefits package that includes a health insurance plan with HSA employer contributions; a personal wellness and rewards program; paid life insurance; participation in the Ohio Public Employees Retirement System; paid vacation; 11 paid holidays; flex scheduling; tuition reimbursement; membership to the Sharonville Community Center and much more. Application:
Interested individuals may submit an application, resume, and cover letter at jobs.sharonville.org . The first review of applicants will occur April 22, 2022 Last month, during Black History Month, a month dedicated to learning more about Black history, Uptown Consortium, Inc. (UCI) kicked off a new video series to celebrate Black culture and shine a spotlight on the unique Black-owned businesses in Uptown. There are all kinds of ways to celebrate, but one of the most meaningful ways is to put your dollars where it counts and support Black-owned businesses all year long. - (Wilmington, Ohio) To celebrate the collective impact and success America's Small Business Development Center (SBDC) Network has across the nation and in local communities each year, America's SBDCs are hosting the sixth annual SBDC Day on Wednesday, March 16. For over 40 years, the America's SBDC Network has helped millions of men, women, veteran, and minority entrepreneurs and small business owners start and grow their businesses. Whether SBDCs are serving rural America, addressing a solution in biotech, or helping a minority business expand to global exporting, SBDCs are at the forefront, assisting their clients every step of the way. Nickolas Otto in 1876 invented the four-stroke internal combustion engine in which in which combustion occurs (aka burning) inside the engine rather than in a separate furnace generating motive power by the burning of fuels such as petrol and oil.[i] Considering the fact that the $3.6 T global automobile industry[ii] for the most part still runs on oil in an internal combustion engine, Otto's invention has had a pretty good run. Signs are that run is going to slow substantially and the global automobile industry is going to undergo a major transformation as the manufacture and sales of electric vehicles (EV) is on the rise.

Keywords: The Ohio Economic Development Association, Hamilton , Economic Development Director - City of Sharonville, Executive , Hamilton, Ohio

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