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DIRECTOR OF INNOVATION AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT
CITY OF LIVERMORE, CALIFORNIA
$166,800 - $208,500 annually DOQ/DOE
An opportunity to advance the local economy and enhance the city’s quality of life through innovation and economic vitality!
The City of Livermore seeks a Director of Innovation and Economic Development who is a creative leader with experience in traditional economic development in addition to thinking of economic development from the ground up: incorporating elements of entrepreneurship, infrastructure, land use, and the development of social networks to attract and retain business and talent to our community. The Director of Innovation and Economic Development will encourage an innovation-driven economy, support entrepreneurs, revenue-generating businesses and high-quality jobs. Join us if you want to be a part of a dynamic executive team and work with a City administration that focuses on bridging the public-private divide, reducing process, and growing a strong and vibrant business community.
For more information please see the complete recruitment brochure: https://wbrowncreative.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/07/BROCHURE-Livemore-Inno-and-Eco-Dev-6-FINAL.pdf
This job is a blend of traditional economic development and refining a strong entrepreneurial and business friendly brand for the community. This position will take the City’s vision and create a strategic plan, promote entrepreneurship, build a workforce, and recommend investments to key infrastructure that will retain high value add businesses, and remove barriers for small scale business to thrive in our community. This job will work with executive leadership, City Council and other political leaders, current businesses, constituents, and internal frontline contributors.
Our City departments and executive team don’t work in silos; we act as bridge builders and work together to find creative solutions to issues. The Innovation and Economic Development Department is progressive, creative and enterprising. As an important liaison between the business community and the City, the successful candidate will lead our think tank group and bring new ideas and recommendations to promote City Council’s economic vitality goals.
This is an at-will, executive department head position that reports directly to the City Manager and oversees two full-time staff and a budget of $3.3 million. The Director will foster and develop an entrepreneurial ecosystem, sustain innovation, contribute to business growth and modernization, and lead culture change where innovation and new ideas are encouraged and tested. This leader will have exceptional verbal and written communication skills, has true enthusiasm, enjoys people, and has a high level of energy and creative ability.
IDEAL CANDIDATE will:
Leadership / Technical & Business Acumen
In addition to the above competencies, our candidate should have:
Any combination of experience, education and training that would provide the best qualified candidates. A typical way to obtain the knowledge, skills and abilities would be:
COMPENSATION AND BENEFITS
The City of Livermore offers an attractive compensation and benefits program. The salary range for this position is $166,800 - $208,500 annually DOQ/DOE, and a competitive benefits program. See brochure for more benefits details.
HOW TO APPLY: Apply by August 30, 2018, for first consideration
SECURE THE DATES:
Please contact your recruiter, Wendi Brown, with any questions:
We actively welcome, value, respect and recognize employee differences and similarities. We believe a robust exchange of ideas creates an atmosphere of cultural acceptance. We believe that the more diverse we are, the better decisions we make.
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