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Come Home South Dakota - Community Development Director - The City of Sturgis, South Dakota

December 2, 2008View for printing

The City of Sturgis has an open Community Development Director position that we are actively recruiting for. We would greatly appreciate any help in attracting qualified candidates for our position that you might be able to provide.

A quick summary of the position follows and and here is a more detailed position profile highlighting our community and our open position. ... Profile.pdf

In close partnership with the City Manager’s office, the Future Sturgis initiative, the Sturgis Economic Development Corporation (SEDC) and the Sturgis Area Chamber of Commerce, the Director, Community Development will facilitate all aspects of economic and community development for the City of Sturgis. Responsibilities will include planning, zoning, code enforcement, and strategic growth and development. More specifically, this role will develop, facilitate and direct the achievement of the City’s comprehensive development/redevelopment plan and will serve as a liaison for the business community and public agencies. This position will assist with administration of and compliance with processes, ordinances, and policies as established by the City of Sturgis, the Community Development Department and the City Council. Additionally, this individual is responsible for project financing coordination, preparation and administration of tax increment financed projects, land development, land acquisition, and disposition of properties for development purposes. For more details or to apply, please contact Human Resources at or (605) 347-4422.

Please do not hesitate to contact me should you have any questions or concerns. Thank you in advance for your support.

Best regards,

Lisa M. Katzenstein

Human Resource Coordinator

City of Sturgis

605.347.4422 (office)

605.347.1417 (cell)

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