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Community Development, Economic Development - General, Environmental, Housing, Management/Administration, Planning
DATE POSTED: January 12 2022
Posted By:
City of Rochester, MN
The Community Development Director is responsible for developing, directing, and providing ongoing leadership to the community development department which encompasses sustainability; heritage preservation and urban design; land use planning policies and regulations; the efficient processing and issuance of development permits; and compliance with housing and building standards, plan checking, inspection and correction of hazards.  The Director guides day-to-day decision making processes and provides direction for coordinated and collaborative service delivery to the development community within the objectives established in the City Councils Strategic Priorities, the City's Comprehensive Plan and all other related policies pertaining to the community development activities described above.
 
This position is part of the City's Development Services and Infrastructure (DSI) Leadership Team and is responsible for implementing the vision of becoming America’s Most Innovative Development Services Team. Successful performance of the work requires the ability to independently implement programs, projects, and policies in conformance with generally accepted standards.  Participation in evening meetings will be necessary.  

Minimum qualifications include a Bachelor's degree in City and Regional Planning, Urban Planning, Public Administration, Business Administration, or a related field from an accredited college or university AND at least seven years of supervisory leadership and administrative experience in municipal planning, economic development, or community development. A valid driver's license is also required.
Community Development, Management/Administration
DATE POSTED: January 12 2022
Posted By:
City of Rochester, MN
This position involves a high degree of responsibility and technical competency within a professional framework both in the office and field including coordinating Code provisions with requirements of other city departments, supervising the timely and competent performance of all building and trade inspections, and verifying Code compliance of buildings during constructions, as well as of existing buildings. An employee in this position is responsible for the overall activities of the building inspections division and will provide leadership to inspectors and chief inspectors. Work is performed under general direction with considerable independent judgment.

Minimum qualifications include a Bachelor’s degree in architecture, engineering, construction management, or a related field from an accredited college or university with three (3) years of experience in community development, property maintenance, construction management or building inspection, including two (2) years of experience providing leadership and direction for both professional and support employees.
Economic Development - General
DATE POSTED: January 11 2022
Posted By:
Interested candidates should submit a city application, cover and resume to: City of St. Cloud, Human Resources 400 Second Street South St. Cloud, MN 56301 (320) 650-3141
The City of St. Cloud, Minnesota (pop. 69,024) seeks an experienced, dynamic professional to create and assist with the implementation of business retention, expansion and attraction initiatives under the direction of the Economic Development Director. This position plays a lead role in the City’s community, regional, and organizational marketing programs and related data collection and analysis. The work includes assisting with business development, redevelopment, financial assistance tools, grants and associated reporting.
Qualifications
To qualify, applicants must have a 4-year Bachelor of Arts degree in Economic Development, Community Development, Urban Affairs, Public Administration, Business Marketing or a closely related field. In addition, 2-years’ experience in economic development, planning, and/or business marketing is required. Proof of a valid Minnesota issued driver’s license that is unrestricted except for corrective lenses or able to attain by appointment.
Community Development, Economic Development - General, Environmental, Financing, Housing, Management/Administration, Planning, Transportation
DATE POSTED: January 10 2022
Posted By:
Gina Wolf
The City of New Rochelle, population 79,067, is seeking an experienced, dynamic professional to direct a multi-faceted agency with a wide-ranging economic development and planning portfolio. Candidates must be prepared to define and pursue strategic goals in an urban/suburban environment, including transit-oriented development, downtown commercial revitalization, waterfront enhancement, housing and neighborhood preservation, environmental protection, and branding/marketing. 

Capitalizing on these assets, New Rochelle is executing the most ambitious downtown development plan in its history, focused on a 300-acre form-based overlay zone, with 7,000 housing units approved across more than 30 projects, many of which are under construction. Visit www.ideallynewrochelleny.com for more information. At the same time, New Rochelle is strongly committed to inclusive, equitable prosperity, and has invested in skills development, infrastructure enhancement, affordable housing, and enhanced connectivity for traditionally underserved portions of our community, evidenced most especially through New Rochelle’s winning and now implementing New York State’s Downtown Revitalization Initiative (DRI.) 

New Rochelle boasts charming and historic neighborhoods, extensive parkland, and an enviable quality of life that must be preserved and protected. New Rochelle’s planning strategy recognizes our city’s diverse land use characteristics. Environmental sustainability is a key priority for New Rochelle. Our city is implementing the recommendations of GreeNR, our award-winning 20-year sustainability plan, with specific initiatives related to energy efficiency, natural resource conservation, greenhouse gas emissions, transportation and mobility options, and building design. 

Starting salary for the position is $167,923 to $235,682 DOQ.  Apply by February 7, 2022 online to Joellen J. Cademartori, CEO, GovHR USA.  The City of New Rochelle is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Economic Development - General
DATE POSTED: January 04 2022
Posted By:
Katie Klein
The Economic Development Coordinator conducts core program activities for Grow Minnesota!, the Chamber’s private sector led business retention and assistance program. Grow Minnesota! is led by the Minnesota Chamber of Commerce and is operated in collaboration with nearly 90+ local chambers and economic development organizations in Minnesota.  Core duties include business assistance/outreach, program support/communications, special economic development initiatives and events, and data analysis.

Bachelor’s degree in economics, business, public policy/urban planning, non-profit management, public administration, real estate, or other related field of economic development; two years or more of direct experience working within an economic development program; or equivalent, combined relevant experience.  
Knowledge of and interest in the development and growth of Minnesota’s economy.  

Two coordinator positions shall be filled, and essential job duties shall be divided based on an individual’s strengths and interests. Please submit a cover letter, resume, and compensation requirements to Katie Klein (kklein@mnchamber.com) by January 14, 2022.
Community Development
DATE POSTED: December 22 2021
Posted By:
Brad Ballinger, Cincinnatus
Warroad Community Development (WCD) is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit with the vision of building a meaningful lasting experience for Warroad (Minnesota) area residents and visitors alike, with an emphasis on recognizing and appreciating Warroad as a special place. WCD’s mission is to build Warroad’s forward-thinking narrative—at times countering conventional wisdom—to optimally define the community, articulate the vision, design the implementation plans, encourage entrepreneurial investments, and define and prioritize recommendations for projects, budgets, and resources in partnership with the City of Warroad. The projects encompass a wide range of community development that includes health and wellness, arts and culture, environment, recreation, housing, and economic development. For more information, visit the organization’s web site: www.warroadlivelifehere.com.

Reporting to WCD’s Board of Directors, the President and Chief Executive Officer (CEO) will lead the continued transformation of the community and influence the future direction for the greater Warroad community (geographically defined as the Warroad school district). The CEO role is a highly strategic and influential one that can creatively launch new projects, bring them across the finish line, and build upon those successes for future, long-term benefit. The CEO will leverage their experience in collaborating with community stakeholders, including civic leaders, government agencies, legislators, and the WCD board—a group of successful leaders from across the region.

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