Closes: Monday, October 31, 2022
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Bachelor’s Degree in Entrepreneurship, Business Administration, Accounting, Finance, or related field and five or more years of successful business experience in an ownership or executive management capacity; or an advance degree in Entrepreneurship, Business Administration, Accounting, Finance, or Law.
Central Piedmont Community College’s Small Business Center provides services to assist with starting and running a business. The center conducts workshops, seminars, and classes geared to help entrepreneurs.
The Small Business Center supports the development of new business and the growth of existing businesses by being a community-based provider of training, counseling, and resource information.
Characteristics Duties and Responsibilities
- Provide confidential counseling to clients who need detailed assistance in starting a new business or expanding an existing business.
- Identify small business community needs and initiate plans and/or activities to meet those needs.
- Maintain effective partnerships within the network of small business centers in the state and with local, state, federal, and educational agencies, and other service providers.
- Monitor small business trends and take initiative in starting new activities to keep the center current.
- Plan, schedule, and evaluate seminars and workshops to assure quality training is provided which builds skills of entrepreneurs and small business owners.
- In compliance with College policies and procedures, recruit, interview and hire/contract trainers and instructors for teaching and seminar presentations.
- In compliance with state and local college policies and procedures, prepare and monitor the Small Business Center operational budget.
- In compliance with state and local college policies and procedures, submit accurate records and reports on small business center accomplishments.
- Work cooperatively within the College and externally in the Charlotte-Mecklenburg community, contributing positively and constructively to the achievement of Small Business Center and College objectives.
- May teach classes, seminars, or workshops.
- Performs other duties as assigned
Knowledge, Skills, Abilities, and Worker Characteristics
- Ability to effectively recruit, direct, develop and evaluate staff
- Ability to establish and maintain effective public relations on every level
- Ability to make high quality written and verbal presentations to groups
- Ability to research and analyze data to formulate successful projects, policies, and plans
- Knowledge of project planning techniques
- Ability to administer multiple projects with varying deadlines, performance measures and reporting requirements
- Ability to create schedules, critical path and related charts to assure that projects meet performance standards and issues are properly addressed
- Knowledge of general small business and economic development principles and practices
- Knowledge of principles and practices of administration in community college education
- Knowledge of conflict resolutions and negotiation techniques
- General computer proficiency including Microsoft Word, Outlook, PowerPoint and Excel
- Knowledge of basic budgeting, financial reporting and recordkeeping principles and practices
- Knowledge of client/student counseling principles and practices
* Work environment can be fast-paced, dynamic, high energy and activity can be continuous throughout the day with a variety of deadlines and opportunities
* Generally works in a traditional office environment and requires the ability to sit for extended periods
* Some walking, standing and bending required and the ability to lift and maneuver items weighing up to 25 pounds
* Infrequently traveling between buildings on campus, to other campuses, or out-of-town to attend meetings and conferences
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