The Wyoming Business Council creates new opportunities for current and future generations of Wyomingites by adding value to Wyoming’s core industries and leveraging them to activate new economic sectors. We serve businesses, entrepreneurs and startups, industry, communities, and current and future generations of Wyomingites.
Our vision is to realize diverse, broad, and lasting growth so that Wyoming can prosper no matter the economic climate or status of individual sectors.
WBCers work tirelessly toward this vision daily by focusing on their strengths and being driven by our team values:
We communicate and we are a team
We are flexible, collaborative and get the job done
We work in an environment of integrity, support, and pride
We make change happen and we are leaders
Grant and Loan Accountant
Currently we are looking for a Grant and Loan Accountant to join us on this journey. As a Grant and Loan Accountant for the Wyoming Business Council, you will get to:
Create and coordinate accounting activities and processes that ensure funding compliance for all WBC grant and loan programs. You will monitor, track and reconcile funding requests and payments to grantees and loan recipients in addition to performing complex specialized accounting activities. By initiating research and ensuring compliance with all programs, you will deliver accurate program data and reporting on all fiscal activities.
A successful Grant and Loan Accountant will be enthusiastic and dedicated to creating new opportunities for current and future generations of Wyomingites. To be considered, applicants must be resilient, creative, and ambitious leaders. Demonstrated initiative along with strong attention to detail, task organization, and initiative will be important for successful performance.
To be successful on the Wyoming Business Council team, the Grant and Loan Accountant will be a solid team player through good communication and customer service skills. At the WBC, we’re driven to make a difference, put the team above ourselves, and work with others in productive and successful ways.
The ideal candidate will have any combination of education and experience equivalent to a bachelor’s degree in accounting or closely related field plus three years’ work related experience in accounting or auditing. Advanced knowledge of governmental accounting with experience in various accounting software programs; specifically WOLFS
Detail oriented, highly organized, demonstrated initiative.
Complete job description and applications are available on the web: http://www.wyomingbusiness.org/content/jobs. Send completed application, resume and letter of interest to Chava Case at the Wyoming Business Council, 214 W 15th Street; Cheyenne, WY 82002 or e-mail ApplyatWyomingBusinessCouncil@wyo.gov.
Complete job description for the Grant and Loan Accountant can be found here.
The application can be found here.
Applications received by July 6, 2021 will receive primary consideration.
Currently we are looking for Regional Directors to join us on this journey. As a Regional Director for the Wyoming Business Council, you will get to:
Serve as the primary contact and liaison between the Wyoming Business Council (WBC) and local communities. You will provide business lead development, retention and expansion services, promote WBC programs and provide business and community development consultation services. As a Regional Director for WBC, you will be known in your area as a reliable and professional resource for any economic development needs.
A successful Regional Director will be enthusiastic and dedicated to creating new opportunities for current and future generations of Wyomingites. To be considered, applicants must be resilient, creative, and ambitious leaders. Must be gifted at building and promoting trust among business leaders and community stakeholders toward strengthening future opportunities within the region and Wyoming. The work of the Regional Director will involve various workgroups, audiences, business and community professionals, and elected officials – working cooperatively with these groups is critical as is the ability to transition among projects of varying scale and exercising appropriate judgment and decision-making skills over complex matters. Outside of formal experience, it is important for the Regional Director to be creative, versatile, and willing to take on big challenges.
We currently have two regions available. Candidates do not have to live within the specific area, but must be able to provide focused coverage within their assigned region.
Northwest Region: Services Big Horn, Hot Springs, Park, and Washakie counties.
Southwest Region: Services Sweetwater, Lincoln, and Uinta counties.
Complete job description for Northwest Regional Director can be found here.
Complete job description for Southwest Regional Director can be found here.
The application can be found here.
Send completed application, resume and letter of interest to Chava Case at the Wyoming Business Council, 214 W 15th St; Cheyenne, WY 82002 or e-mail ApplyatWyomingBusinessCouncil@wyo.gov.
Applications received by May 13, 2021 will receive primary consideration.
To learn more about what it is like to work for the Wyoming Business Council, check out our Driver’s Manual. The Wyoming Business Council is an at-will employer and conducts criminal background investigations.
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