Economic Development Job Postings

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CURRENT 2017-2018 JOB ADVERTISEMENTS: Listed by Application Date

Economic Development Director

City of Antioch
Salary: $127,392 – $154,836 Annually, DOQ
Deadline Date: March 30, 2018

Job Description: Antioch is known as the “Gateway to the Delta” for its location on the banks of the San Joaquin River. Families with dreams of home ownership come to Antioch for its stunning neighborhoods, parks, and natural beauty.

The new Economic Development Director reports to the City Manager and will have the exciting opportunity to foster the burgeoning economic growth and development of the City. As a key member of the City’s Executive Management Team, the Director will work collaboratively with department head peers and community partners in mobilizing, identifying, coordinating and unifying efforts within the greater community to drive economic vibrancy within Antioch. The selected candidate will have at least six years of professional and responsible economic development experience, including three years with management and administrative responsibilities. The educational requirement includes a Bachelor’s degree in public/business administration, economics, planning or a related field.

To apply, please visit the Avery Associates Career Portal at www.averyassoc.net/current-searches/ to upload your letter of interest, resume, salary history and contact information including email addresses for five work-related references to Paul Kimura by March 30, 2018.

Economic Development Director

City of Goodyear, Arizona
Salary: $111,315.82 – $14,766.82 Annually, DOQ
Deadline Date: March 23, 2018

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Principal (2018-2019 School Year)

Alliance College-Ready Public Schools
Salary: $115,000 – $127,000

Job Description: Alliance is seeking outstanding instructional leaders and managers to shepherd its schools into the next chapter of greater academic excellence. We expect our Alliance school leaders to possess knowledge of great teaching and instruction, and to have demonstrated success in engaging and inspiring a school community to achieve high levels of student achievement. We want culturally competent and self-reflective leaders who understand the effects of race, class, ethnicity, income, disability, and other issues of difference and have personally worked in communities like Alliance’s to ensure that students have an opportunity to succeed.

Our Principals enjoy a significant degree of autonomy and flexibility to lead their schools toward these academic results and to build engaged, rewarding work environments that retain talented educators committed to college and career success for all students. Alliance Principals receive substantial professional development to hone their craft, including monthly full-day professional development sessions, semi-annual network-wide leadership retreats, and coaching from Area Superintendents and a Director of School Leadership. Principals receive support from the Alliance Home Office to enable their leadership autonomy, including support selecting and implementing research-based, rigorous curriculum and utilizing assessment data to drive instruction, as well as back-office supports (e.g., finance, operations, HR, IT, facilities).

Contact information: Oscar Barajas – obarajas@laalliance.org

Chief Executive Officer

Regional Trade and Economic Development Alliance
Salary: DOQ

Job Description: The Regional Trade and Economic Development Alliance is a new regional organization developed to enhance economic development efforts and bring a broad-based and inclusive economic growth and prosperity of the Puget Sound. The CEO will have the opportunity to lead and support the founding of this new organization for the Puget Sound region. This will be a new collaborative endeavor to foster greater coordination and cooperation within the Puget Sound region to support trade and economic development that is broad-based, inclusive and provides opportunity for all of the region’s residents. A complete job profile can be requested at SeattleREDA@jci-inc.net

Contact information – Todd Jorgenson SeattleREDA@jci-inc.net 866.564.3138