Economic Development Government Director Salary in United States

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Average Salary for Economic Development Government Director in United States

The average salary of a(n) Economic Development Government Director in United States is $75,274.

The average hourly rate of a(n) Economic Development Government Director in United States is $36.19.

The average bonus of a(n) Economic Development Government Director in United States is $6,910.00.

Job Description:

Carries out the State or local government's executive and/or legislative priorities, as a Division Director, for economic development. Conducts special research and analysis related to the State or community's economic development program, with the goal being to advance the economic well-being of a specific State or community's citizens. Analyzes, develops, and implements State or local policy; develops and administers programs; establishes policies, procedures, and management systems; distributes funds; provides training and technical assistance; facilitates State and/or local planning; collects and analyzes data; evaluates results, researching best practices and implementing changes to improve performance; and ensures the appropriate use of State, Federal, local, and private resources. Works closely with management, the human resources office, and employees to plan, attract, acquire, develop, and retain a quality workforce for the division. Develops and maintains professional relationships and communications with other divisions, peers in other departments, the Governor or Mayor's Office, the legislature, regulatory agencies, and other business partners on matters pertaining to State or local government economic development. Negotiates solutions to complex policy issues with a wide variety of stakeholders and elected officials. Provides leadership, policy development, and policy direction with local governments, State policy makers, and key stakeholder groups. Prepares and monitors the division's budget and funding requests. Oversees the budget and operation of mandated programs that analyze the impact of proposed legislation on local governments. Less

Carries out the State or local government's executive and/or legislative priorities, as a Division Director, for economic development. Conducts special research and analysis related to the State or community's economic development program, with the goal being to advance the economic... More

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