SSTI Job Corner

Have an open position? Let us post your position or RFP listing — it's free for SSTI Members/$95 for all others. Postings stay active on our website for 45 days and a brief mention is included in the SSTI Weekly Digest. Please use our listing submission form or send the position title, description, and any other relevant information to Ellen Marrison (marrison@ssti.org | 614.901.1690). The deadline to be included in our weekly newsletter is Wednesday at 12:00 PM. 

The following positions are available:

Biolocity Director, Coulter Program

Emory University is seeking a Biolocity Director of the Coulter Program to direct the strategic planning, development and implementation of the program. The director promotes research translation, promotes projects to the angel and VC community, prepares reporting requirements, represents the university and program at biotech events and conferences, supervises staff, and more. The position description may be found here.

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Strategic Project Manager - Missouri Technology Corporation

MTC seeks a highly motivated, self-driven, organized candidate ideally with strong ties to the Missouri entrepreneurial ecosystems to execute two new strategic projects. The first project involves working closely with the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency and MTC’s partners to launch an NGA sponsored Corporate Accelerator located in St. Louis. The second project is a statewide strategic vision initiative to promote entrepreneurship and innovation over the next decade, building on the success of The Department of Economic Development’s Best in The Midwest and the GeoFutures Roadmap. More information is available here.

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Assistant Director for Venture Development - Skandalaris Center

This position advises entrepreneurial faculty and students and helps them connect with resources they need, including each other, to advance their ideas and develop their skills. The Assistant Director of Venture Development designs and implements multiple venture/ideation competitions and programs on behalf of the Center, develops workshops and programming to connect entreprenuers and innovators, and more. More information is available here and interested applicants can contact sherry.scheer@wustl.edu.

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Communications and Events Manager - Skandalaris Center

The Skandalaris Center Communications and Events Manager will be responsible for the development, execution, and continuous measurable improvement of the Center’s branding and communication strategies as well as 50+ annual events and programs. This will include creating and managing the Center's events strategy, developing branding and sponsorship content strategy, managing the budget, and more. More information is available here and interested applicants can contact sherry.scheer@wustl.edu.

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