Executive Director of Economic Development - Clarendon County, SC
Under the supervision of the Clarendon County administrator, the director implements the mission and directives of the Clarendon County Development Board in order to ensure the effective facilitation of industrial, business and commercial investment in Clarendon County. With considerable initiative and independent judgment, directs the economic and industrial development of the County with the creation and implementation of economic development strategies. These strategies include short and long range initiatives to ensure future success. The director promotes expansion of existing industries in the County and the establishment of new industries. Assists new and existing industries and businesses in obtaining infrastructure support, grant funding and manpower. Promotes the County’s attributes with the creation of marketing materials and maintains a database of County resources. Coordinates economic development activities with various local, regional, State and Federal officials and agencies and the Central SC Alliance. Requires Bachelor's degree or education and training equivalent to four years of college education in urban or regional planning, business or public administration, economics, finance, marketing or other related field with at least five years of experience in public administration, economic development or marketing; or an equivalent combination of education and experience which provides the required knowledge, skills, and abilities. Must possess a valid state driver’s license. Economic development related certifications are preferred. Requires at least six years of economic development experience. Management experience is preferred. The director must reside within the County and be actively involved in community events and organizations.
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