Clean Tech Center Program Coordinator

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The Clean Tech Program Coordinator for The Tech Garden is responsible for the administration of the NYSERDA funded Clean Tech Center Accelerator for the Central New York Region. The position provides direct staff support to CenterState Corporation for Economic Opportunity‘s Clean Tech Center Program Director.

Essential Duties
- Support Entrepreneurship programming through the Clean Tech Center Accelerator Program to ensure value amongst entrepreneurs and the community
- Day-to-day engagement with cohort startups, mentors and partners
- Administrate and support regular assessments, monthly meetings and events for cohort
- Manage, track and report regular deliverables for submission to funder
- Administrate and track program and cohort invoicing
- Track and report bi-annual activities for the Clean Tech Center, utilizing NYSERDA’s portal and Salesforce
- Support the Clean Tech Advisory Council quarterly meetings
- Establish, maintain and leverage ecosystem partners to engage resources for cohort’s business needs
- Provide the Marketing Team cohort and program content for social media, website, press releases and other communications
- Seek/develop avenues for feedback (surveys, exit interviews, social media) on current programming to affect continuous improvement
- Work collaboratively with fellow staff, consultants, and be an active participant within the business community to augment program management
- Ensure all meetings, assessments, events are regularly communicated to stakeholders and cohort through calendar, email and recorded in Salesforce

General Responsibilities
- Manage services that offset administration costs and deliver maximum value to Tech Garden tenants, clients, and the broader business community
- Support the Clean Tech Center Program Director
- Perform all duties with the highest ethical and professional standards, often including strict confidentiality
- Participate as an active and eager member of a larger team
Job Performance Metrics:
- Number of participants per year, and status: enrolled, terminated, graduated
- Outcome metrics to meet funder’s and The Tech Garden’s measure of success and expectations
- Reporting of program status
- Reporting of program financial status
- Ensuring member satisfaction

Minimum Qualifications:
- Bachelor’s degree from accredited university
- 3+ years of experience
- Valid driver license

Skills
Responsibilities include frequent communication with team members and incubator clients. The ideal candidate will possess the following skills:
- Positive attitude
- Action oriented and thorough with follow-up procedures
- Technical proficiency, Microsoft Office proficiency, familiarity with Salesforce
- Ability to master video conference technology

Physical and Mental Requirements:
- Close mental and visual attention required to perform work dealing primarily with preparing, analyzing, and interpreting data and figures, using a computer terminal, and/or extensive reading
- General office equipment is used.

Work Environment:
There is no exposure to adverse environmental conditions. Work is performed in a typical office work environment with outside travel as needed.

 

Interested candidates should submit their cover letter and resume to Lori Dietz, Vice President of Operations & Compliance at CenterState Corporation for Economic Opportunity, 115 West Fayette Street, Syracuse, New York 13202 or ldietz@centerstateceo.com.