|EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR DDB|
|Performs highly responsible executive and administrative work directing the Downtown Development Board and the Community Redevelopment Agency. Responsibilities include hiring staff, establishing work programs, budget development, assignments of work and direction of the activities of two multi-million dollar agencies. Work is performed under the direction of the Chairman of the Downtown Development Board and is reviewed annually by the Downtown Development Board.|
|Develops, initiates and monitors all work programs for Downtown Development Board and Community Redevelopment Agency.
Develops and administers annual budgets for DDB and CRA.
Coordinates preparation and adoption of plans, consultant contracts and grant applications.
Represents the DDB and CRA before City Council, Orange County Commission, State of Florida and all other agencies as required in the implementation of work programs.
Coordinates capital improvement budgets/bond projects with other public/private entities to insure maximum financial leverage of DDB/CRA revenues.
Coordinates public-private partnership projects and programs, including negotiations, project development, implementation and follow-up.
Serves as key liaison to special interagency projects.
Monitors for compliance with Downtown Growth Management Plan, Downtown Redevelopment Area Plan and Downtown Area Wide Development of Regional Impact.
Coordination of marketing and information dissemination on agency activities.
Performs related work as needed to facilitate the accomplishment of board/agency goals and objectives.
|Knowledge of downtown and community central core redevelopment issues to include transportation and housing.
Knowledge of urban planning and economic issues affecting community redevelopment.
Knowledge of the principles and practices of City planning, zoning, historic preservation and housing.
Knowledge of marketing and information dissemination techniques.
Knowledge of local government organization and procedures.
Ability to develop long-term plans and programs and to evaluate work accomplishments.
Ability to analyze facts, exercise sound judgment and arrive at valid conclusions.
Ability to plan, direct and coordinate programs for redevelopment agencies.
Ability to communicate ideas clearly and concisely, verbally and in writing.
Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with subordinates, managers, City Officials, officials from other governmental and private organizations and the general public.
Ability to develop and control multi-million dollar operating budgets.
|Bachelor Degree in Planning, Public Administration, Business Administration, Marketing or related field and at least six (6) years progressively responsible experience in a public or quasi-public sector organization (i.e. - Chamber of Commerce, Economic Development Commission, etc.) or an equivalent combination of specifically related education, training or experience. Masters Degree preferred.|