WELCOME TO ALEXANDRIA, MN!
The Alexandria, MN region is one of the fastest growing communities in Minnesota. In addition to the strong and diverse local economy featuring manufacturing, healthcare, education, service, retail, and tourism, the region features a quality of life and access to infrastructure that few micropolitan communities (populations of 10,000-50,000) can rival. The Alexandria region is a progressive, business-friendly community and we welcome you to join us.
The Alexandria, MN region is an excellent place to live, work and do business - dig deeper within this site to learn more!
2013 Benefits & Wages Survey
West Central MN SHRM in partnership with AAEDC invite you to participate in the 2013 West Central MN Wage and Benefits Survey which provides access to localized information on wages and benefits in our area.
Participate in one or both of the surveys. For those surveys in which you participate, you will receive the full report free of charge at the end of July. All individual company information will be held in the strictest confidence.
Surveys will remain open to participate until June 30, 2013.
Download the 2013 Wage Survey and Instructions Here
Download the 2013 Benefits Survey and
Regional Job Opportunities
The Alexandria, MN regional community is home to a wide variety of businesses which creates a diverse job market. To view information on current openings with regional manufacturing and healthcare companies (and other companies), click on the link below.
The Alexandria/Douglas County Area is home to a variety of industry clusters that make up a well-balanced economic environment. The strong local economy in combination with a skilled workforce, attractive natural environment, and exceptional transportation accessibility continues to encourage growth throughout the region.
NEWS & EVENTS
A variety of events available throughout the area.
AAEDC Employment Opportunity
The Alexandria Area Economic Development Commission is hiring a Community and Workforce Development Coordinator.
This position coordinates the relationships between business, local units of government, school districts, and colleges as it relates to community and workforce development. Sound, professional, technical, and administrative judgment is constantly applied in responding to the needs of the organization, business community, or governmental units. Specifically, this individual is responsible for coordination and leadership of specific projects and programs for the Commission.
See full job description here: Community and Workforce Development Coordinator Job Description
AAEDC Employment Application must be received in our office by 4:30 pm, June 21, 2013 to be considered. Application can be mailed to our office:
Attention: Jason Murray
610 Fillmore, Suite 1
Alexandria, MN 56308
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