City of Owasso

  • Part-Time Economic Development Coordinator

    Job Locations US-OK-Owasso
    Posted Date 1 month ago(10/17/2018 10:34 AM)
    # of Openings
    Economic Development
  • Overview

    Economic Development




    20 flexible hours per week


    Job Summary:

    Under the direction of the Economic Development Director, the Economic Development Coordinator will conduct research, marketing, and correspondence in support of Owasso’s business development, retention and recruitment efforts, project development plans, workforce development, the Owasso Economic Development Strategic Plan, and the City of Owasso’s Redbud District Development. The Economic Development Coordinator will manage data bases for inquiries, available commercial properties and marketing efforts. 


    The Economic Development Coordinator will assist with meetings and communication with the Economic Development Department and Owasso Economic Development Authority and committees associated with the Economic Development Department.  They will work with other staff members on marketing projects and assist with events and meeting coordination.


    • High School Diploma, some college preferred
    • Proficient in Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Adobe products
    • Office experience preferred
    • Have strong interests in economic development, community development, urban development, municipal government, real estate, business, public policy or economics.
    • Have strong interpersonal and written communication skills, time competency and organization skills.
    • Be an ambitious self-starter seeking to use the opportunity to develop both personally and professionally, gain new perspectives and experiences, and make a lasting impact on the community in which they are serving.
    • Valid Oklahoma Drivers’ License with a good driving record.



    Pre-Employment Drug Screening Required
    Deadline for Application: OPEN UNTIL FILLED


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