The city began a nationwide search earlier this year after Schwieterman, 57, announced he would retire after a 33-year career with Kettering, including 16 years as city manager.
Greeson has more than 26 years of local government experience and earned a master’s in public administration from the University of Central Florida and a bachelor’s in political science from Stetson University. He worked for Volusia County, Florida, starting in 1995 as assistant, interim or deputy county manager from 2003-2007, according to his resume.
If his contract is approved, Greeson will become the Kettering’s seventh city manager, but only its third of the past 32 years.
Staff Writer Nick Blizzard contributed to this report.