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					Avondale, Arizona
                                                                                                                             January 2001
Job Title:                    Economic Development Director
Department:                   Economic Development
Immediate
Supervisor:                   City Manager

BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF THE JOB:
Plans, organizes, and directs staff and activities of the Economic Development Department. Develops
and implements strategic plans, policies, and procedures for the City and the Economic Development
program. Oversees the preparation and administration of the departmental budget.

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:
This information is intended to be descriptive of the key repsonsibilities of the position. The following examples do not identify all duties
performed by any single incumbent.

         Physical Strength
               Code                                          ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS
   1               S              Plans and directs the economic development department by designing and
                                  administering the department's budget, developing marketing plans and
                                  procedures, managing department staff, integrating City practices and
                                  standards with the department, and establishing professional relationships for
                                  issue resolution and business / community advocacy.
   2               S              Participates on City management teams by developing City strategies and
                                  policies, representing Economic Development issues on teams, and balancing
                                  the City's needs with Economic Development practices.
   3               S              Participates on the Development Review Team by attending weekly meetings
                                  and reviewing and commenting on developer-submitted site plans, zoning
                                  requests, and development agreements for residential, commercial, and
                                  industrial projects.
   4               S              Plans and acquires City buildings and sites by negotiating and developing
                                  contracts between City and the private sector, developing and evaluating
                                  proposals, creating budgets, and organizing and managing City office
                                  relocation activities.
   5               S              Acts as City representative in business activities by leading advisory boards at
                                  regional / state / national levels, responding to media, citizen, and business
                                  inquiries.
   6               S              Serves as a liaison between City and private sector development by helping to
                                  negotiate comprehensive development agreements, evaluating fiscal impacts,
                                  communicating decisions, and presenting reports and agreements to City
                                  Manager and City Council.




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JOB REQUIREMENTS:

                                                   JOB REQUIREMENTS
 Formal Education /                 Work requires broad knowledge in a general professional or technical field.
 Knowledge                          Knowledge is normally acquired through four years of college resulting in a
                                    Bachelor's degree or equivalent. Masters preferred. Formal training in
                                    management, business, and marketing preferred.
 Experience                         Over five experieince in economic development, commercial development,
                                    marketing, marketing research, planning or public administration and
                                    business.
 Certifications and                 Valid Arizona Operator’s Driver’s License, Certified Economic Developer
 Other Requirements                 or CUED Certification or equivalent
 Reading                            Work requires the ability to read complex legal documents, development
                                    agreements and contracts, executive business letters and communications,
                                    development-related documents, master plans, design guidelines,
                                    construction site plans, budget documents, business magazine, journals,
                                    newspapers and technical reports, strategic or operational plans.
 Math                               Work requires the ability to perform general math calculations such as
                                    addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, college algebra, and statistics.
 Writing                            Work requires the ability to write communication with executive
                                    management, City Council, and business executives, preparing marketing
                                    documents, assiting with development agreements, concise and professional
                                    letters all at a college level.
 Managerial                         Managerial responsibilities include participation and management of City
                                    teams with crucial issues including strategic planning and fiscal
                                    management, infrastructure planning and development, City building
                                    projects, and management of the Economic Development department.
 Budget Responsibility              The incumbent has responsibility for the final approval of one departmental
                                    budget and presents the budget to the Budget Office and Executive
                                    Management and is authorized to approve budgeted expenditures up to the
                                    amount that requires the approval of Executive Management.
 Supervisory /                      Work requires managing and monitoring work performance by directing
 Organizational Control             subordinate supervisors or administrators, including making final decisions
                                    on hiring and disciplinary actions, evaluating program/work objectives and
                                    effectiveness, and realigning work and staffing assignments, as needed.
 Complexity                         Work is widely varied, involving analyzing and evaluating many complex
                                    and significant variables. Organization-wide policies, procedures, or
                                    precedents are developed and/or recommended.




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                                                                                                     January 2001
                                                   JOB REQUIREMENTS
 Interpersonal / Human              The incumbents in this position contact others within the organization.
 Relations Skills                   These contacts may involve similar work units or departments within the
                                    City which may be involved in decision making or providing approval or
                                    decision making authority for purchases or projects. In addition, these
                                    incumbents work with individuals outside the City who may belong to
                                    professional or peer organizations. Working with various state and federal
                                    agencies may also be required of the employee. Communicates extensively
                                    with the City Manager, City Council, developers / real estate, external
                                    clients, customers, allies, business professionals, government officials, and
                                    regional, state, and national personnel. Employee must maintain regular
                                    attendance. Employee must maintain regular attendance.

FLSA Status: Exempt
Revised: 01/01/01
Grade: 19




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OVERALL PHYSICAL STRENGTH DEMANDS:
 Sedentary               X      Light                          Medium                          Heavy                        Very Heavy
 S = Sedentary                  L = Light                      M = Medium                      H = Heavy                    VH = Very Heavy
 Exerting up to 10 lbs.         Exerting up to 20 lbs.         Exerting 20-50 lbs.             Exerting 50-100 lbs.         Exerting over 100 lbs.
 occasionally or negligible     occasionally, 10 lbs.          occasionally, 10-25 lbs.        occasionally, 25-50 lbs.     occasionally, 50-100 lbs.
 weights frequently; sitting    frequently, or negligible      frequently, or up to 10 lbs.    frequently, or up to 10-20   frequently, or up to 20-50
 most of the time               amounts constantly OR          constantly.                     lbs. constantly.             lbs. constantly.
                                requires walking or
                                standing to a significant
                                degree.

PHYSICAL DEMANDS:
 C = Continuously               F = Frequently                 O = Occasionally                R = Rarely                   N = Never
 2/3 or more of the time.       From 1/3 to 2/3 of the time.   Up to 1/3 of the time.          Less than 1 hour per week.   Never occurs.

This is a description of the way this job is currently performed; it does not address the potential for accommodation.

 PHYSICAL                      FREQUENCY
 DEMANDS                          CODE                                                        DESCRIPTION
 Standing                             O                Presentations, copier, fax machine, filing
 Sitting                              C                Computer, desk work, paperwork, answering telephone, meetings, driving
 Walking                              O                Inter-office, to/from meetings, field work, tradeshows
 Lifting                              O                Contracts, reports, plans, displays and boxes for trade shows / presentations
 Carrying                             O                Contracts, reports, plans, displays, boxes
 Pushing/Pulling                      R                Doors, chairs, filing cabinet drawers
 Reaching                             O                Supplies, files, boxes
 Handling                             F                Contracts, reports, plans
 Fine Dexterity                       C                Computer keyboard, writing, telephone keypad
 Kneeling                             R                Filing, retrieving dropped items
 Crouching                            R                Filing, retrieving dropped items
 Bending                              R                Filing, retrieving dropped items
 Twisting                             R                Filing, retrieving dropped items
 Climbing                             R                Stairs
 Balancing                            R                Stairs
 Vision                               C                Computer, desk work, writing, reading, use of office equipment, field work,
                                                       driving
 Hearing                              C                Telephone, staff, co-workers, supervisor, City Manager, City Council, analysts,
                                                       directors, planners, engineers, local businesses, reporters, meetings,
                                                       presentations, training classes
 Talking                              C                Telephone, staff, co-workers, supervisor, City Manager, City Council, analysts,
                                                       directors, planners, engineers, local businesses, reporters, meetings,
                                                       presentations, training classes
 Foot Controls                        O                Driving




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   MACHINES, TOOLS, EQUIPMENT, AND WORK AIDS:
   Copy machine, fax machine, telephone, calculator, general office supplies, computer and related
   software, laser or inkjet printer

   ENVIRONMENTAL FACTORS:
    D = Daily            W = Several        M = Several          S = Seasonally          N = Never
                         Times Per Week     Times Per Month


    HEALTH AND SAFETY                              ENVIRONMENTAL FACTORS                                           PRIMARY WORK LOCATION

Mechanical                      N            Extreme                                     N                  Office                            X
Hazards                                      Temperatures                                                   Environment
Chemical                        N            Noise and                                   N                  Warehouse
Hazards                                      Vibration
Electrical                      N            Wetness/Humidity                            N                  Shop
Hazards
Fire Hazards                    N            Respiratory                                 N                  Vehicle
                                             Hazards
Explosives                      N            Physical Hazards                            N                  Outdoors
Communicable                    N                                                                           Rec/Nghbrhd
Diseases                                                                                                    Center
Physical                        N                                                                           Other (see 2
Danger or                                                                                                   below)
Abuse
Other (see 1                    N
below)
   (1)
   (2)

   PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT REQUIRED:
   None

   NON-PHYSICAL DEMANDS:
    C = Continuously             F = Frequently                 O = Occasionally                R = Rarely                   N = Never
    2/3 or more of the time.     From 1/3 to 2/3 of the time.   Up to 1/3 of the time.          Less than 1 hour per week.   Never occurs.

                               NON-PHYSICAL DEMANDS
    Time Pressures                                                                             F
    Emergency Situations                                                                       R
    Frequent Change of Tasks                                                                   C
    Irregular Work Schedule/Overtime                                                           C
    Performing Multiple Tasks Simultaneously                                                   C
    Working Closely with Others as Part of a Team                                              F
    Tedious or Exacting Work                                                                   F
    Noisy/Distracting Environment                                                              O
    Other (see 3 below)
   (3)




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SIGNATURES—REVIEW AND COMMENT:

I have reviewed this job analysis and its attachments and find it to be an accurate description of the
demands of this job.




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The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by
individuals assigned to this job. They are not intended to be an exhaustive list of all responsibilities,
duties, and skills required of personnel so classified in this position. This job description is subject to
change as the needs and requirements of the job change.




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