Economic Development Manager - New 2023 Pay Grade!

City of Louisville, CO

NEW 2023 Pay Grade for Economic Vitality Manager!
Hiring Range: $98,758.80 to $116,043.20
Salary Range: $98,758.80 to $133,328.00

The City of Louisville is searching for an Economic Development / Vitality Manager. This is a new position that will report to the Community Development Director in our Economic Vitality Division.

This is an exciting time to join the City of Louisville! The Economic Vitality Manager will provide expertise concerning the work and goals of the City in building a strong local and resilient economy. We are an award-winning small city, and offer an exceptional overall staff experience, with outstanding benefits and a City Council and leadership team focused on remaining an "employer of choice" in our region. The City of Louisville is committed to providing a healthy culture with strong values.

The Economic Vitality Manager serves as the lead role in economic vitality and development for the City. This role is responsible for the administration, coordination, and management of all economic development activities across all City departments. The Economic Vitality Manager must exercise a high degree of trust, integrity, and confidence in all situations. Responsibilities require constant attention and commitment to the City’s strategic goals and philosophies. This position requires a high level of problem solving skills, self-initiative, and the ability and willingness to work a majority of the time without direct supervision. This position will supervise the Economic Vitality Specialist and occasionally oversee contracted consulting professionals.

The position requires the ability to manage multiple high-level projects and activities; a high level of organizational and interpersonal skills; excellent analytical abilities; strong technical skills in redevelopment and real estate development, and the ability to identify creative solutions to move projects forward. The Economic Vitality Manager interacts with local property owners, developers, and investors; City, State, and regional staff members; and commercial real estate organizations. The environment in which this position operates is complex, highly political, fast-moving and always evolving, requiring independence of action and judgement to a high degree.

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Division Manager

City of Louisville


749 Main St
Louisville, CO 80027-1829
United States

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