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Community Development Coordinator

The City of Dublin


Dublin, GA, USA


The City of Dublin, Georgia is seeking a Community Development Coordinator.  This full-time position is a professional-level position that is responsible for implementing and operating programs and projects furthering the City’s efforts in the areas of economic development, neighborhood revitalization, community engagement and parks improvements, among others.  Work is performed with and under the direction of the City Planner and will also include assisting with managing and maintaining the city’s various plans and designations, as well as coordinating city-wide public engagement efforts.

An employee in this class is responsible for utilizing strategic, Asset-Based Community Development principles and organizing techniques to engage stakeholders in developing solutions and actions that lead to improved quality of life, cultivate and sustain strong relationships with residents and other stakeholders, and manage and conduct a variety of community-related programs.  This position will work closely with community organizations and partners to develop and support new programs to further the City’s community and economic development efforts. Work requires independent judgment to determine courses of action, the ability to develop and articulate presentations of facts, and support conclusions and recommendations. Guidance and supervision are received from a professional superior who evaluates work through a review of completed projects.

This is professional work of a specialized nature that involves strong, effective communication problem solving, and decision making.  It will require working with multiple departments and the public to coordinate various phases of projects and programs related to housing, transportation, employment, transportation, and economic development.  

Preferred candidate should have a Bachelor’s degree in Public Administration, Business Administration, Marketing, Communications, or a closely related field and three (3) years of related experience that includes community development coordination, program management, community engagement, and personal computer operations OR an equivalent combination of training and experience which provides the required knowledge, skills and abilities.

Salary is based on qualifications and experience. 

The successful applicant must have a valid State of Georgia Driver’s License and must pass a drug screen.

Position will remain open until filled. To apply please visit our website at




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