Real Estate Development Manager

Organization: Lucas County Planning & Development

Location: One Government Center, Ste. 800, Toledo, OH 43604

Normal Hours of Work: 8:30 AM to 4:30 PM Monday-Friday

Rate of Pay: Management Salary Schedule, Grade 5, $65,106 annually to $81,383 annually

Status: Unclassified; Non-Bargaining Unit; FLSA-Exempt

Under general direction from the Director of Planning and Development this position is responsible for the effective and efficient provision of economic and real estate development programming & resources to enhance business attraction, expansion and retention through consultations and negotiations with appropriate parties. This position also manages internal Lucas County real estate development activities.

JobsOhio Regional Project Manager

Organization: Appalachian Partnership for Economic Growth (APEG)

Location: Negotiable within Southeastern Ohio. Employee will more than likely be home-based. Position coordinates through central office in Nelsonville, Ohio.

Experience: 5+ years

Education: Bachelor’s Degree required

Reports To: APEG Vice President

Salary: Based on qualifications and performance

Deadline: Applications will be accepted until May 1, 2018, or until the position is filled, whichever is later

Organization Overview:
Appalachian Partnership for Economic Growth (APEG) is a private, non-profit subsidiary of the Appalachian Partnership Inc., which serves as the JobsOhio Network partner for 25 counties in Appalachian Ohio. APEG works with JobsOhio’s community and regional partners to retain and attract jobs and regional investment and build the economy of the region. APEG focuses on strategic industry sectors in areas of statewide and regional strength, as well as areas of emerging opportunity. Using a regional approach and regional resources, APEG works efficiently to spur employment, facilitate promising regional opportunities and strengthen civic infrastructure to develop a sustainable approach to economic vitality

Opportunity Zones Program Update

The Opportunity Zone Program is a new federal economic development program approved in December’s tax reform law. The program establishes “Opportunity Zones” in areas that meet certain census-tract criteria (low-income and high poverty). Third parties will then establish “Opportunity Funds”, which will be investment vehicles organized with the specific purpose of investing in assets in the designated Opportunity Zones.

Federal Budget: Funding for Key #EconDev Programs

Federal Budget: The omnibus spending bill passed by Congress in March authorized favorable spending levels for 2018 for federal economic development programs, including:

Tracked Senate Bills – April 2018

House Speaker to Resign Immediately: Ohio House Speaker Cliff Rosenberger announced April 12 that he was resigning from office effective immediately amid talk of an FBI investigation into his travel-related expenses and compliance with ethics laws.

Speaker Rosenberger, a term-limited Republican, said that while he believes all of his actions as speaker have been “ethical and lawful,” he understands the inquiry could take some time to resolve. “Meanwhile, there are many important issues facing our state that deserve careful consideration and review, and Ohioans deserve elected leaders who are able to devote their full and undivided attention to these matters,” Rosenberger said in a statement. Rosenberger told the Dayton Daily News on Friday that he hired Columbus attorney David Axelrod, a former federal prosecutor, “as a precautionary measure.” He said the FBI has been asking questions but has not subpoenaed him or told him he’s under investigation.

Speaker Rosenberger’s resignation now allows the House Republican caucus time to possibly elect his replacement this month.