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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 and communities.

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

 

Brand Strategist

Currently we are looking for a Brand Strategist to join us on this journey. As the Brand Strategist for the Wyoming Business Council, you will get to:

Create and manage a dynamic and engaging brand for the Wyoming Business Council. You will be energized by reaching new customers and growing WBC’s audience as you strategically develop and implement all WBC’s branding and identity initiatives. This work will lead you to create marketing plans that strategically target ideal customers that align with WBC’s aspirations. At the WBC, the Brand Strategist serves as an analyst and architect by launching and advancing a holistic and evolving marketing plan for the organization.

A successful Brand Strategist 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 a gifted communicator capable of gaining consensus or stakeholder buy-in on new, complex, or challenging ideas. The work of the Brand Strategist will involve various work groups, audiences, vendors and internal departments – working cooperatively with these groups is critical as is the ability to transition among projects of varying scale and exercising appropriate judgement and decision-making skills over complex matters. Outside of formal experience, it is important for the Brand Strategist to be creative, versatile, and willing to take on big challenges.

Click here for a complete job description and an application.  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. Applications received by September 14, 2020 will receive primary consideration.

To learn more about what it’s 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.

DEVELOPMENT FINANCE CONSULTANT

Currently we are looking for a Development Finance Consultant to join us on this journey. As the Development Finance Consultant for the Wyoming Business Council, you will get to:

Consult with businesses and communities to create tailored financing strategies that help them achieve their goals. You will determine funding gaps and evaluate private and public investment tools to develop robust financing strategies. This work will lead you to evaluating companies and connecting clients with appropriate financial entities or solutions. As WBC’s Development Finance Consultant, you will use your specialized knowledge in public and private finance to help businesses, communities, and Wyoming achieve their goals.

A successful Development Finance Consultant will be enthusiastic and dedicated to creating new opportunities for current and future generations of Wyomingites. To be considered, applicants must be creative, versatile and willing to take on big challenges. Must be a gifted communicator capable of gaining consensus or stakeholder buy-in on new, complex, or challenging ideas. The work of the Development Finance Consultant will involve various work groups, audiences, vendors and internal departments – working cooperatively with these groups is critical as is the ability to transition among projects of varying scale and exercising appropriate judgement and decision-making skills over complex matters. This position requires formal experience with private equity and other startup finance tools, either from within a company or in an investor role. Must have strong financial analysis and conceptual skills encompassing the areas of investment, portfolio management and corporate finance and economics. Outside of formal experience, it is important for the Development Finance Consultant to be creative, versatile, and willing to take on big challenges.

Click here for a complete job description and application.

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.  Applications received by September 14, 2020 will receive primary consideration.

To learn more about what it’s 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. 

Program and Service Innovator

Currently we are looking for a Program and Service Innovator to join us on this journey. As the Program and Service Innovator for the Wyoming Business Council, you will get to:

Develop and enhance programs and services in alignment with WBC’s strategic plan and stakeholder needs. You will dedicate your time to tracking program and service efforts, identifying, and developing program/service enhancements or new opportunities. This work will lead you to coordinate with co-workers, stakeholders, partners, and regions to create and enhance impactful services. As WBC’s Program and Service Innovator, you will serve as an analyst and designer by identifying opportunities and creating a comprehensive portfolio of programs and services that continuously evolve to meet ever-changing needs.

A successful Program and Service Innovator will be enthusiastic and dedicated to creating new opportunities for current and future generations of Wyomingites. To be considered, applicants must be a gifted communicator capable of gaining consensus or stakeholder buy-in on new, complex, or challenging ideas. The work of the Program and Service Innovator will involve various work groups, audiences, vendors and internal departments – working cooperatively with these groups is critical as is the ability to transition among projects of varying scale and exercising appropriate judgement and decision-making skills over complex matters. This position requires formal experience with project management methodologies. Outside of formal experience, it is important for the Program and Service Innovator to be creative, versatile, and willing to take on big challenges.

Click here for a complete job description and application.

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.  Applications received by September 14, 2020 will receive primary consideration.

 

To learn more about what it’s 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. 

Employment Resources:

Wyoming Office of Tourism

Wyoming State Government

Wyoming Job Bank

Wyoming Department of Workforce Services