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DETROIT SHOREWAY COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT ORGANIZATION is hiring for the position of Economic Development Director.

ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT DIRECTOR

REPORTS TO:   Managing Director, Detroit Shoreway neighborhood office

SUMMARY OF POSITION DESCRIPTION

The Economic Development Director will be responsible for the overall economic development, coordination and implementation of commercial/retail district revitalization for Detroit Shoreway Community Development Organization (DSCDO). These responsibilities include recruiting and providing technical assistance to businesses, coordinating public improvements and governmental approvals in the commercial district, managing the Gordon Square Special Improvement District (GSAD-CIC) and support for marketing and special events. Bachelor’s degree is required.

COMPENSATION - Annual salary $40,000 to $50,000 commensurate with experience.

Jeffrey M. Ramsey
Executive Director
Detroit Shoreway Community Development Organization
SCFBC Office
3167 Fulton Road, Suite 303
Cleveland, OH  44109Phone:  (216) 961-9073 ext. 210
FAX:  (216) 961-9387
Email:  jramsey@dscdo.org


Downtown Wilmington, a 501c-3 organization, is accepting applications for the position of Executive Director.

Downtown Wilmington is seeking an experienced, self-motivated person to lead and maintain a strong and aggressive downtown revitalization program. The Executive Director will coordinate, facilitate, promote, and advance the revitalization of a vibrant, economically viable downtown district.   The Director will serve as a visionary, listener, and collaborator with various civic and professional constituents in the community, particularly downtown business owners.

We seek a Director that will adapt to the ever‐changing needs of Wilmington’s downtown district, implementing historic preservation ethics, encouraging cooperative efforts between individuals and groups to accomplish project goals. The Executive Director is responsible for being “the face” of Downtown Wilmington.

Applicants should have a college degree and/or equivalent experience in one or more of the following areas: historic preservation, planning, economic development, marketing, design, volunteer management, or business administration. The Director must be entrepreneurial, energetic, and well organized. Excellent verbal and written communication skills are essential. This is a full-time, high-profile position within the community and requires creative and technological skills, professionalism, and confidentiality.

Submit resume, cover letter, and three references by February 22, 2015 to Downtown Wilmington, c/o Search Committee, 44 W Main Street, Wilmington, OH  45177.  Or submit electronically to info@mainstreetwilmington.com.   Downtown Wilmington is an equal opportunity employer.

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