Clean Energy Manager
Location: Bryan-College Station, Texas
Salary Range: Negotiable based upon Experience and Qualifications
Closing Date: November 1, 2015
The Research Valley Innovation Center (RVIC) is a 501c(3) not for profit corporation established exclusively for the purposes of the advancement of science, broadening the technology base of the Research Valley, and having global impact. The RVIC is a science and technology focused incubator/accelarator innovation center established to promote innovation economic development in The Research Valley.
The Clean Energy Manager’s primary responsibilities are: a) member/client services; and b) Clean Energy Grant(s) adminstration. The position is responsible for ensuring the RVIC’s Clean Energy program operates to maximize the RVIC’s efforts with Texas A&M Engineering, the State of Texas, and the Austin Technology Incubator.
Applicants should have practical experience of start-ups and early stage business in a commercial environment. The candidate will need to have excellent communications skills and be proficient at business development, marketing, fund raising and events management. Successful project development and business incubator/accelerator management experience will be . The Clean Energy Manager reports directly to the RVIC’s President and CEO.
Interested candidates should send a cover letter, resume and salary requirements to the RVIC Search Committee c/o Todd E. McDaniel, President/CEO, The Research Valley Partnership, Inc. at email@example.com
PRESIDENT/CEO OF INCUBATOR/ACCELERATOR , Wichita, Kansas
entrepreneur 2 entrepeneur (e2e) is a not-for-profit 501(c)3 organization formed to create and sustain an incubation facility along with technology acceleration programming. The vision of e2e is to provide an efficient and profitable entrepreneurial ecosystem which will identify, activate and mentor entrepreneurs in Wichita, Kansas and the surrounding region.
The President/CEO will be responsible for creating and maintaining a business incubation system that provides value-added services for the creation, development and growth of new business. The President/CEO will develop company selection criteria, programming content and business assistance resource development. The President/CEO is also responsible for creating and managing a 16-week acceleration program including entrepreneur selection criteria, program course work and reporting performance and outcomes.
The President/CEO will be responsible for the co-management of a pool of seed capital to be invested in early-stage “scalable” companies.
The e2e President/CEO will develop key working relationships with clients of e2e, Wichita State University, key industry leaders in Wichita, capital providers both locally and nationally, as well as other resource organizations for entrepreneurship and small business development.
Preferred background of the successful candidate would include a minimum of 3 years in a similar position at comparable accelerator/incubators, with experience from program concept to successful operations. Previous entrepreneurial experience including start-up, market validation, fund raising and operational business building is also preferred. A background in technology and/or science is important, as is experience working in a collaborative environment such as public-private partnerships. Above all, the candidate must have a true entrepreneurial mindset and a passion for achieving success.
The position offers an excellent salary in addition to a performance-based incentive package. Interested candidates are encouraged to send a resume in complete confidence to Alicia@Rightrecruitingks.com
Plymouth State University
Plymouth State University’s College of Business Administration, an ACBSP accredited program, seeks an experienced business professional who will be responsible for leading and operating the Enterprise Center at Plymouth (ECP); a 10,000 sq ft business incubator located in downtown Plymouth, NH. The Enterprise Center opened its doors in 2013 and is a partnership between Plymouth State University (PSU) and the Grafton County Economic Development Council (GCEDC). In addition to providing programmatic, administrative oversight and mentoring tenants of the ECP, the Executive Director must be passionate about integrating the center into students' academic experiences in collaboration with fellow faculty in the College of Business Administration (CoBA). We're looking for a candidate who is ready to 'roll up their shirt-sleeves' and dedicate themselves to the stewardship of this mission-driven partnership. The successful candidate will need to bring an entrepreneurial attitude (and experience), tenacity and extraordinary communication and project management skills.
The position requires a Master’s degree (MBA preferred), minimum of five years experience in business ownership or management and the ability to provide comprehensive business assistance services to start-up businesses to enable them to grow and succeed.
Apply online at: https://jobs.usnh.edu/applicants/jsp/shared/position/JobDetails_css.jsp?postingId=167943
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