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Updated: 07/04/2015

Planning & Development Director:
Directs, coordinates, and administers the planning, research, and development function improving existing or creating new products, processes, services, ideologies, territorial expansion, and/or development of new ventures for an organization. Plans and develops aspects of research and development proposals, such as... [+] More

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