The Walnut Hills Redevelopment Foundation (WHRF) is hiring a Director of Real Estate and Economic Development. This position will work closely with the WHRF’s Executive director, board of trustees, and a multitude of community stakeholders on key projects in Walnut Hills, Evanston, and East Walnut Hills. This position will be responsible for all WHRF’s real estate and economic development activities.
The ideal candidate will have experience with the full spectrum of real estate responsibilities and should be able to take a project from concept to completion. The ideal candidate should have experience assembling complex finance packages using multiple finance sources including government sources, banks, CDFI, tax credits, private equity, etc. The ideal candidate will have experience in all phases of development from acquisition, feasibility, pre-development, construction, and permanent finance. The ideal candidate will have experience working with all real estate development professionals as well as community stakeholders and residents. The ideal candidate should be able to work independently, adhere to project timelines, and manage a variety of projects simultaneously.
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The City of Frankfort is hiring a Staff Planner II. This position performs coordination efforts within the Community & Neighborhood Services Division and administers multiple City programs related to neighborhood improvement while also participating as a back-up Neighborhood Inspector and working with other planning staff on long range planning activities. This position reports to the Planning and Community Development Director and joins a staff of six.
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Cynthiana- Harrison County- Berry Joint Planning Commission is accepting RFPs for an updated Comprehensive Plan.
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Planning and Development Services of Kenton County (PDS) is seeking a professional planner to join its Planning and Zoning Administration team. With jurisdiction in the heart of the Cincinnati metro region, PDS serves 165,000 residents that live, work, and play in a dynamic setting. Our landscape ranges from rural agricultural to true historic urban development patterns and everything between. We are neighbors to downtown Cincinnati and are a key part of this energetic region that features: diverse fine arts; major league football, baseball, and soccer; multiple higher education institutions; and, the natural hills and valleys of Kentucky’s outer Bluegrass region.
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