October 22, 2019

Community &
Economic Development Director

Two Rivers Regional Council of Public Officials is now accepting resumes
for the full-time position.   

Job Description:

Supervises, manages,
directs and coordinates the activities, personnel and functions of regional
community development, including planning, zoning assistance, and revolving
loan fund program management. Responsibilities also include administering the
Two Rivers Economic Development District and the regional EDA Comprehensive
Economic Development Strategy. Oversight and application of federal and state
grants for economic and community development projects.  Work under the general direction of the
Executive Director.

Salary/Benefits:  Minimum starting
salary of $40,000 annually.  Full Benefit

A minimum of a Bachelor’s degree in planning,
geography, public administration, political science or related field and four (4)
years experience or a combination of education/experience in a related field.  Possess the capability of implementing grant
program guidelines and the ability to handle orderly program development.  Possess excellent written and verbal
communication skills.  Demonstrated
ability to direct staff and administer programs in a moderately large and
complex organization.  Must possess valid Illinois Driver’s License, have or be
able to obtain auto insurance, and pass a Criminal Background Check.

Submit resumes to: Tamitha Ague, Executive Director at
tr14.ague@trrcopo.org or by mail to 107 N. Third Street, Quincy, IL  62301 by 4:30pm on Friday, November 1,

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