Marshall County Economic Development Corporation (MCEDC) is currently seeking its new President/CEO. MCEDC is the lead economic organization providing these services to six communities within Marshall County, Indiana. Marshall County’s economic development past successes include collaboration in the region to capture Regional Cities (about $42 million), LIFT-Lilly Endowment Inc. (about $47 million), OCRA-Regional Stellar Designation (nearly $15 million). Additionally, Marshall County led the region in capturing about $161 million in industrial capital investment in 2019 and well on its way to repeat this figure in 2020.
Pres/CEO will be charged with implementing a countywide economic development program that includes strategies for business attraction, business retention and expansion, workforce development and creating an entrepreneurship eco-system. As well, the Pres./CEO will continue representing Marshall County on regional efforts underway in Northcentral Indiana. A successful candidate should possess a proven track record of collaborating with a variety of diverse partners, ability to clearly communicate and articulate expectations or priorities, achievement of strategic goals in timely manner and possess the ability to close deals. A complete list of job responsibilities can be found through this link: MCEDC Pres./CEO Responsibilities.
MCEDC will offer a competitive salary and benefits based upon experience. Initial review of applications is October 16 with interviews beginning October 26. Application submissions will be confidential. Please submit letter of interest, resume and salary history to Jim Condon, Board Chairman at email@example.com. Questions may be directed to Jerry Chavez, current Pres./CEO at 574-780-8734.