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Where great ideas and great people can thrive.

At the Women’s Business Development Council, we’ve created an environment where great ideas and great people can thrive. For 20 years, the Women’s Business Development Council has been the leader in entrepreneurial training and financial education for women, delivering programs and services that result in economic development and financial security for individuals and businesses throughout Connecticut.

You can join our team of professionals and work with exceptional people, grow your skills and advance your career. Together, we can build a career that’s uniquely yours while helping to create jobs in Connecticut.

 

Program Manager (Southeastern Connecticut)

The Women’s Business Development Council (WBDC) is seeking a full-time Program Manager for its newly established regional office in New London County.  This person should be a mid-level (5+ years’ experience) self-starter ready to implement innovative programs in the realm of small business development.  This position provides an outstanding opportunity for the selected candidate to play a key role in the expansion of a reputable, growing non-profit.

 

Program Specialist (Southeastern Connecticut)

The Women’s Business Development Council (WBDC) is seeking a full-time Program Specialist for its newly established regional office in New London County.  This person will be responsible for coordinating the implementation of WBDC’s programs and services (workshops, counseling, and events) throughout New London County.   This individual requires the passion and dedication for implementing programs in the realm of small business development.

 

Executive Scheduler/Office Assistant (Stamford)

The Women’s Business Development Council (WBDC) is seeking a full-time Executive Scheduler/Office Assistant for its headquarters in Stamford.  This person will be responsible for managing the CEO’s calendar and providing administrative support to the Program department.  This individual will play a critical role in the organization as the first point of contact for WBDC stakeholders.