SSTI Job Corner

Have an open position? Let us post your job listing — it's free for SSTI Members/$95 for all others. Job postings stay active on our website for 45 days and a brief mention is included in the SSTI Weekly Digest. Please send the position title, description, and any other relevant information to Jason Rittenberg or use the submission form. The deadline to be included in our weekly newsletter is Wednesday at 12:00 PM. 

The following positions are available:

Economic Research Analyst - Indiana University

The Economic Research Analyst applies statistical analysis, collaborates with state agencies to produce county employment estimates and education and workforce analysis, and forecasts economic growth, employment, job skills, occupations, incomes, tax revenues, and similar variables for the state, counties and sub-county areas as needed. The analyst also operates state-level economic growth forecasting software and makes adjustments to forecasts as needed, conducts research, and collaborates with Indiana Business Research Center (IBRC) staff in the design and implementation of large projects involving economic, demographic, and social data and analysis, and in the configuration and effective use of internal databases of economic indicators.

For more information on this position, see the full description here.

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Innovation Program Manager - The Water Council

The Innovation Program Manager is responsible for overseeing all aspects of the BREW Accelerator and Pilot Programs for The Water Council. Working with the Executive Management team and reporting to the Vice President of Economic Development, the Program Manager directs the BREW Accelerator, Pilot Program, and writes and manages grants and funding for the respective programs. The Program Manager will direct both the programs and participating partners to attain The Water Council’s strategic goals established in the organization’s Leadership Vision.

For more information on this position, see the full description here.

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Licensing Director - University of Connecticut

The Office of the Vice President for Research, Technology Commercialization Services, is seeking an energetic, patent and licensing professional to join our technology-focused Licensing Team.
Under the direction of the Director of Technology Transfer, the Licensing Director will be responsible for managing the evaluation, patenting and licensing of a portfolio of University inventions in the physical sciences and engineering. This includes providing support to startup companies affiliated with the University. The job requires an advanced degree in the physical sciences (Ph.D.) or engineering (MS) and a minimum of three (3) years of experience. Applicants must have a demonstrated ability to understand the industrial relevance of early-stage inventions.

For more information on this position, view the full position posting (pdf).

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