Newsletter & Jobs Board Submissions

Jul 1, 2017 | Uncategorized

Looking to fill a position?

ohioeda.com is simply the best place on the web to attract the state’s most qualified economic development professionals. If your organization has a vacancy, reach the best candidates to fill the position by posting on our jobs board.

Postings are free for OEDA members ($100 charge non-members per job posting). All postings will be listed on our website within 3 business days of receipt to our office. Positions will remain posted until we’re notified that they have been filled, so please be sure to notify us at oeda@assnoffices.com when the position has been filled.

Please email your posting to oeda@assnoffices.com. If you are non-member, you may request an invoice at that time.

Guidelines: Please include specific information in each job posting regarding:

  • How to apply for the position;
  • Salary expectations; and
  • Application deadlines

 

Have news to share?

The OEDA e-newsletter is distributed monthly to more than 600 economic development professionals all across the state. You are welcome and encouraged to send us your articles/news for inclusion.

Be sure to email your articles to oeda@assnoffices.com by the 3rd Tuesday of each month, as the distribution date of the Newsletter is around the 28th of each month.

Guidelines: When submitting articles, please keep the following in mind:

  • Submissions in Word document format are preferred;
  • Articles should be approximately 300-500 words in length;
  • Please send informational, educational and/or newsworthy items;
  • Please do not send pieces that advertise services or solicit business;
  • Feel free to include a photo with your article;
  • Be sure to include the “author” of the article;
  • Links to articles published on other websites is acceptable, but please cite the source in these cases.
  • Articles submitted by current OEDA members receive priority.

OEDA reserves the right to edit articles as necessary.

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