Employment Opportunities 

Get to know the Georgia SBDC Consultants and how we help Small Businesses expand Georgia’s economy every day!

The University of Georgia Small Business Development Center (SBDC) is a statewide provider of management consulting and training for small business owners and aspiring entrepreneurs.  As part of a nationwide network of SBDC programs, the SBDC in Georgia has offices in 17 locations across the state.  With graduate business educations and backgrounds in many different fields our consultants help owners analyze all aspects of their business to identify areas for management improvement and business growth.  Successful candidates must enjoy not only working with a wide variety of business types and issues, but derive satisfaction from helping others increase their opportunities for success.  As a part of the University of Georgia's public service and outreach program, and in collaboration with other units of the University System of Georgia, the SBDC offers qualified individuals the opportunity to engage in fulfilling business and economic development efforts while helping grow the next generation of successful entrepreneurs.  The Georgia SBDC is viewed as one of the best programs of its type in the country and is accredited by the national Association of SBDCs and the U.S. Small Business Administration.

If you have questions about any SBDC employment opportunities, please email sbdcjobs@georgiasbdc.org

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Available Positions

Project Coordinator

This position will provide individual instruction to entrepreneurs, business owners and business managers. Analyze situations, make recommendation and educate clients with regard to business plans, market feasibility, financial viability, operations management and legal structures. Direct clients to other appropriate sources of business information and assistance. Develop and deliver business training programs that are responsive to the needs of the business community served. Generate curricula for business programs, seminars, conferences, etc. for the local business interests. Perform administrative responsibilities as assigned including documenting activities, assist in office operation to ensure client service and timely response to client inquiries. Serve as an advocate of business development, expansion and retention in the area. Work collaboratively with private sector businesses and other economic development assistance units of the University System and other units of State Government to further the economic well-being of Georgia's citizens.

Department:
Small Business Development Center in the J. Mack Robinson College of Business

Salary:
$37,026 - $56,820

Qualifications
Bachelor's degree and three supervisory/management experience; or a combination of education and experience.

Preferred Hiring Qualifications
Experience in small business ownership or management or in providing services to small business owners; experience in marketing, management, finance, or accounting; knowledge of common business software applications; excellent communication skills- verbal and written; advanced degree in Business such as MBA is preferred. Spanish speaking is a plus.

An application and resume are required for consideration. A cover letter is highly recommended. Final candidates will provide a list of professional references.

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All applications for employment must be submitted exactly as specified in the announcement document.

The University of Georgia is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer. 

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