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POSITION TITLE: Economic
President and CEO
This position is responsible for helping implement programs to retain and
attract business to downtown Long Beach through retail, development and
adaptive re-use, and office tenant recruitment and retention strategies.
Essential Tasks and Responsibilities
· Primary responsibility will be assisting in
the development and
implementation of the Downtown office tenant and retail retention programs.
· Supports the Downtown office tenant and retail
· Acts as a resource and ombudsman for the Downtown
business and brokerage community.
· Coordinates efforts to develop and update
market data including
office, retail residential, and visitor market data, infrastructure,
workforce and transportation information.
· Assists in the development and implementation
of an “early warning”
and response system for potential business and retail departures.
· Assists in the development, maintenance, and
computer and other database programs.
· Supports efforts to facilitate occupancies
of prospective office
and retail tenants in the Downtown area including acting as liaison with
brokers and property owner prospects.
· Assists developers in due diligence through
presentation of market
data and research, and facilitation through City Hall during the development
· Implements and assists in the coordination
of special projects,
programs, or other activities as directed.
· Assists in the production of brochures, inserts,
website, maps, and
other materials for the DLBA.
· Assists in the implementation of target industry
office and retail retention and recruitment.
· Performs other related duties and responsibilities
Bachelor’s degree in business, real estate, or related field. Previous
experience in economic development and/or real estate preferred. Excellent
verbal and written communication skills required. Experience in multiple
project management is desired.
SALARY AND BENEFITS
Commensurate with experience; full medical, dental and vision benefits.
Employer contribution to 401-k.
Downtown Long Beach is a culturally diverse environment. The DLBA
committed to complying with State and Federal laws which include Fair
Employment Practice laws, which provide equal opportunity in employment
all persons regardless of race, color, national origin, sex, age, religion,
veteran status, or disability.
The DLBA is a non-profit, tenant and property based business improvement
district, which is dedicated to the management, marketing, advocacy,
economic and community development of the assessment district in cooperation
with the City of Long Beach and the private sector.
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