This Request for Proposal (RFP) is available to all interested parties who are interested in providing services to older Northern Kentuckians through these programs:
The Agency intends to award multiple contracts to provide the services described in this RFP.
Aging RFP Questions and Answers - Updated January 16, 2019
CITY OF FORT MITCHELL, KENTUCKY
OPEN JOB POSITION: LATERAL POLICE OFFICER (12-19-18)
The Fort Mitchell Kentucky Police Department is accepting applications from experienced, Kentucky Law Enforcement Council Certified Police Officers. Retired officers eligible for re-hire are encouraged to apply along with other experienced officers. The City of Fort Mitchell, with a population of 8,200 is centrally located in Kenton County, KY. The City is comprised of a mix of established suburban residential areas and small commercial districts as well. I-75 and US 25/Dixie Highway cross the city driving significant amounts of traffic to and through the city each day.
The Fort Mitchell Police Department is a 15 officer police department providing 24/7/365 police coverage to the city. Dispatched call volume in the city is moderate, affording officers the opportunity for pro-active police work and community involvement. Opportunities for specialization include a bike patrol, full-time detective position, school resource officer position, and K9 officer. Additionally, the police department works to empower individual officers to follow their interests in taking on responsibilities beyond routine patrol.
Current Kentucky Police Certification and a minimum of two years of police officer or deputy sheriff experience is required for applicants. Competitive lateral pay ($20-$28 per hour) and benefits commensurate with experience. Benefits include take-home fleet, on-site gym, phone stipend, holiday pay, and competitive vacation and sick leave policies. Applicants must be a high school graduate, at least 21 years of age, free of felony conviction, and possess a valid driver’s license. Bachelors or Associate degree preferred but not required. Applications are available at the Fort Mitchell City Building, 2355 Dixie Highway, Fort Mitchell, Kentucky 41017 from 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday or may be downloaded at www.fortmitchell.com. Applications for Employment along with a resume and cover letter must be returned by Friday, January 11, 2019 at 4:30 p.m. EOE - Applicant’s assistance under the ADA Act contact 859.331.1212.
Executive Director - Economic Development
Kentucky I-71 Connected and Carroll County Community Development Corporation, Carrollton KY
The Carroll County Community Development Corporation (“CCCDC”) and the six counties comprised of the Kentucky I-71 Connected regional partnership provide a single point of contact for businesses in the region through one executive director. The CCCDC is an innovative organization created in 1982 for the purpose of promoting community development and improving the quality of life for all who live and work in Carroll County. The CCCDC has a proud history of coordinating the development efforts of city and county governments, recruiting new businesses and industry, assisting existing industry with their expansion plans and working to improve housing, education and cultural opportunities. Kentucky I-71 Connected is public-private regional partnership established in 2011 focused on creating a first class business environment in the region.
General Nature of Work
The executive director is responsible for the progression of community development in the multi-county area including grant writing, commercial and industrial recruitment and retention, community facilities planning and downtown development. The executive director reports directly to the CCCDC board of directors and the Kentucky I-71 Connected board.
Collect, analyze and disseminate information on available economic development programs and grants. Gather, interpret and prepare grant applications with the approval of the governmental entity to which the grant would apply. Assist the governmental entity with the administration of the grants awarded. Prepare data for studies, reports and recommendations for community development. Respond to inquiries about community development. Regularly report to the local officials on the applicable projects within their community.
Desirable Knowledge, Skills and Abilities
Knowledge of community development; planning programs and processes; thorough knowledge of comprehensive plans and their formation. Ability to prepare and write grant applications. Ability to work closely with the local government entities. Ability to work independently while maintaining effective working relationships with city and county officials, the board of directors and the general public.
Desirable Training and Experience
Undergraduate degree in business, economics, urban planning, political science, or closely related field and a minimum of three years of experience. Master’s degree may substitute for one year of experience.
Submit resume with cover letter and salary requirements to
PO Box 269
Carrollton KY 41008