Develop, execute, and manage projects in support of key programs at Wright State Research Institute. Responsible for strategic partnership development for the regional commercialization and entrepreneurial ecosystem, outreach and inclusion efforts, and project creation and development.
-Bachelor's degree. -3 years' experience in outreach, community/economic development or program/project management. -6 years of work experience in a professional environment, this may include experience as a freelancer and/or consultant. -Proven project management skills and superior verbal, written, and presentation skills.
-5+ years' experience in outreach, community/economic development. -Bachelor's degree with preferred emphasis in business, communications, community/economic development, or entrepreneurship. -Masters' degree. -Experience developing strong relationships with diverse groups and institutions. -Experience building startup ecosystems. -Entrepreneurial experience. -Project Management Certification.
Essential Functions and percent of time::
50% Project Development: Develop targeted, regional commercialization and entrepreneurial programs to communities with a specific focus on groups facing persistent gaps in economic opportunity, to include: persons of color, women, veterans, students, etc.
50% Project Management: Oversees and/or executes strategic partnership development opportunities to support commercialization and entrepreneurship goals for WSRI. Manages and develops relationships with partners to build the regional commercialization and entrepreneurial ecosystem.
This is a grant funded position with continuation dependent on funding. Special contract terms and conditions of employment apply.
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