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Indiana Economic Development Association members and friends are available to help qualified professionals find a job. On this page, you will occasionally find links to just such opportunities.To post a new job opening, email Jill Ewing, IEDA COO. There is a $100 fee for all job postings. Job postings will posted here for a period of 30 days.

  • Monday, February 17, 2020 1:02 PM | Jill Ewing (Administrator)

    Location: Headquarters – Bloomington, IN

    POSITION SUMMARY

    Oversees development and implementation of industrial and large commercial recruitment and site development programs, as well as programs to encourage the retention and expansion of existing industry, in close cooperation with Hoosier Energy’s Member REMCs/RECs for the purposes of diversifying customer base and load profile, enhancing community economic development and reducing wholesale power costs. Supports the Hoosier Energy electric system marketing program and initiatives.

    DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

    • Provides assistance and support in a variety of economic development programs and initiatives by organizing, controlling and coordinating program activities. Includes significant direct contact with Member System management and prospective new businesses. Represents Member System served sites, pricing and services in the presentation of proposals for service. Operates in a competitive environment while partnering with prospective business, state and local elected and appointed officials, builders, brokers, railroads, and other utilities.
    • Promotes, negotiates and provides logistical support that will encourage development of sites that are ready for timely location of new industry in the Hoosier Energy service area. Works with Member REMCs/RECs, local development organization officials and others to identify prospective industrial or commercial building, sites and locations amenable to timely development/construction. Assists these groups in the development of infrastructure, project financing, and community-based programs to improve site and community marketability. Coordinates data collection mapping, brochures, aerial photographs and other materials as required.
    • Performs assignments involving research and logistical tasks that will determine the feasibility or achieve the development and implementation of new business ventures within the Member Systems service areas. Stays abreast of economic development techniques and technologies and researches innovations, alternative and/or expansions of economic development, with emphasis on logistics, economy and service. Stays abreast of various research tools/technologies.
    • Provides or conducts training presentation and audiovisual services, as well as consultative expertise, to General Managers, Member Service Directors and other appropriate staff of the Member Systems in the development and implementation of their individual objectives, programs and activities and support material. Participates and provides services for specific working groups for the development of industrial recruiting, advertising, communication, rate design of other economic development or marketing efforts.
    • Performs other duties as assigned.

    JOB SPECIFICATIONS

    Education:

    • Bachelor's degree in Marketing, Economics, Engineering or related area

    Experience:

    • 5 years' minimum of progressive economic development experience in community and industrial relations, communications and/or marketing

    Skills and Abilities:

    • Ability to communicate with individuals at all levels and work as part of a team
    • Demonstrated level of professionalism, positive attitude and ability to motivate others
    • Strong problem solving and decision making skills to identify, anticipate and resolve problems at hand
    • Strong organizational skills and attention to detail
    • Strong customer orientation
    • Ability to effectively negotiate terms, agreements and understandings with others
    • Demonstrated project management skills
    • Public presentation skills
    • Must have valid driver's license
    • Ability to obtain Passport upon hire

    Hoosier Energy is an Equal Opportunity Employer M/F/Disability/Veteran

    Applicants may apply at: https://recruiting2.ultipro.com/HOO1006HEECI/JobBoard/d2bd89ae-5c9c-494f-9f12-45e36d897985/OpportunityDetail?opportunityId=54757e69-d26e-427b-bac5-41c5aab64762

  • Tuesday, February 04, 2020 1:36 PM | Jill Ewing (Administrator)

    POSITION: Deputy Operations Operator (10061837, Job ID # 60483)

    LOCATION: Camp Atterbury, Edinburgh, IN

    SALARY: Commensurate with experience.

    PURPOSE OF POSITION/SUMMARY:

    Incumbent executes the daily operation plans of the Atterbury-Muscatatuck Center of Complex Operations (AMCCO) Command for the Adjutant General’s Agency (Indiana National Guard). This position gives direction and leadership toward the achievement of the organizations philosophy, mission, strategy and annual goals and objectives. Utilizes education, consultation, cooperative programming and coordination to accomplish goals.

    ESSENTIAL DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES:

    • Ensures strong strategic and annual planning processes are in place to produce effective plans for approval by the Mission Director, AMCCO;
    • Plan and direct the organization’s activities to achieve stated/agreed targets and standards for training events for the AMCCO Directorate:
    • Monitor, measure and report on operational issues, opportunities and development plans and achievements within AMCCO Directorate;
    • Liaise with other functional military/departmental managers to understand all necessary aspects and needs of operational development;
    • Plan, develop and implement strategy for organizational development covering particular areas relevant to the organizations structure and market;
    • Oversee major workforce and resource decisions for the AMCCO Directorate;
    • Formulates, establishes, interprets, compiles and disseminates to applicable agencies and groups all policies and procedures related to the strategic plan;
    • Acts as a technical consultant to the entire staff, clarifying and interpreting all procedures, providing references and resolving disputed issues;
    • Serves as a liaison between AMCCO and other State and Federal agencies;
    • Evaluates proposed programs in strategic plan area;
    • Determines AMCCO goals and objectives and develops an effective strategic plan for the entire staff;
    • Analyzes and evaluates proposed legislation concerning related initiatives and prepares opinions for the AMCCO legislative team;
    • Prepare presentations, plan events, compile communication materials, and coordinate opportunistic activities for AMCCO staff;
    • Perform other related duties incidental to the work described herein as may be assigned or delegated.
    • Directs and manages staff.

    NONESSENTIAL DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES:

    • Performs related tasks as required
    • Acquisition strategy
    • Addressing small and large business concerns
    • Understanding DoD acquisition and contract process
    • Emerging technology efforts

    JOB REQUIREMENTS:

    • Establishes program goals, priorities and methodology;
    • Considerable understanding of military terminology, procedures, methods, policies, regulations as they relate to the Atterbury Muscatatuck Center for Complex Operations and the Muscatatuck Urban Training Capability and its unique mission and operational requirements;
    • Considerable understanding of the practice of protocol, etiquette and civility interaction to facilitate professional relationships among US and Foreign personnel: civilian and military officials, dignitaries, and business leaders; Thorough knowledge of Department of the Army Pamphlet 600-60 guide to military protocol and etiquette;
    • Extensive knowledge of the entire AMCCO strategic plan area;
    • Extensive knowledge of all source materials and references, including Federal and State laws governing the programs;
    • Extensive knowledge of the AMCCO Directorate and of State and Federal agencies dealing with the programs;
    • Working knowledge of economic development, accounting and budget principles;
    • Ability to develop and implement new principles and policies and discern any far reaching implications;
    • Ability to communicate orally and in writing;
    • Knowledge of grants, grant applications and procedures;
    • Ability to maintain effective working relationships with Federal and State agencies;
    • Extensive knowledge of and proficiency in Windows software systems including: Outlook, Word, Excel, PowerPoint, etc.;
    • Ability to travel.
    • Ability to hold and maintain a government security clearance

    SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES/DIRECT REPORTS:

    Incumbent is a supervisor of staff members. Reports to the Mission Director or designee.

    DIFFICULTY OF WORK:

    The work is broad in scope involving many complex program elements that require critical and administrative analytical abilities. Work assignments involve the development of new programs and procedures and an assessment and recommendation on whether to implement those already established. Guidelines are established, but require broad interpretation and judgment in application and implementation.

    RESPONSIBILITY:

    Incumbent recommends changes in existing strategic plan programs that may have an effect on total AMCCO operation and AMCCO policies. Incumbent works independently and possesses sufficient technical authority for the work. Decisions and major recommendations are reviewed for compliance with agency policy and attainment of goals. Incumbent makes a substantial contribution in the development and implementation of significant programs.

    PERSONAL WORK RELATIONSHIPS:

    Incumbent has frequent to daily contact with US and Foreign personnel: civilian and military officials, dignitaries, and business leaders to coordinate requirements in all areas. Incumbent works with agency staff, legislators and officials from Federal and State agencies for interpreting, developing and implementing major programs and resolving disputed issues. These contacts have an important role in the development of the strategic plan programs.

    PHYSICAL EFFORT &WORKING CONDITIONS:

    Incumbent generally works in an office environment. Frequent travel to work and/or other event sites may be required. Incumbent may be required to work irregular shifts, days, nights, weekends and/or holidays, indoor and outdoor environments, and inclement weather conditions.

    SPECIAL REQUIREMENT:

    Work performed while on-site at the Muscatatuck Urban Training Center is in a simulated urban warfare training environment. All personnel are required to wear military MILES or other designated specialized equipment upon entry onto and in the performance of duties within the boundaries of the Muscatatuck Urban Training Center. Incumbents are components of the simulated urban warfare, terrorist or homeland security training operations and are expected to participate in the simulated training as required.

    CLOSING DATE: February 14, 2020

    QUESTIONS: For additional information, please contact COL Chris Pfaff, at (812) 526-1500, or christopher.m.pfaff2.mil@mail.mil

    APPLY ON-LINE AT: https://workforindiana.in.gov/job/Edinburgh-Deputy-Operations-Officer-Camp-Atterbury-IN-46124/626842100/

    AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY/AFFIRMATIVE ACTION EMPLOYER

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