The Creative Destruction Lab (CDL), originated at the University of Toronto’s Rotman School of Management, is one of the world’s premier seed-stage programs for massively scalable science-based ventures. The program has created more than $15 billion (US) inequity in less than nine years targeting companies that have the potential to transform our social, industrial, and economic landscape.
CDL-Atlanta is located in Atlanta, Georgia at Georgia Tech’s Scheller College of Business. CDL-Atlanta is at the epicenter of commerce and innovation in the southeast US. Bolstered by the strength of the region’s previous successful entrepreneurs and elite researchers from across the Southeast, CDL-Atlanta supports the commercialization of ventures innovating in Commerce particularly dedicated to the retail and CPG industries. CDL-Atlanta has recently launched a new Space stream along with CDL-Paris and Toronto which will be the largest concentration of seed-stage startups in the Space industry worldwide.
The Venture Analysts will primarily support venture recruitment for the 2022/23 program year, including identifying ventures, data record management, and Venture Analysts will also support the preparation and execution of CDL sessions and events.
Provide professional services in support of unit management in field as specified in the particular job posting. Focus will be in a professional field such as Communications, Marketing, Customer Service, Academic Administration, Event Management, Procurement, etc. Specific duties will be determined based on assignment and unit needs. This position will interact on a consistent basis with: unit management and staffThis position typically will advise and counsel: unit management and staffThis position will supervise: NA
Bachelor’s Degree in related field or equivalent combination of education and experience, A STEM degree, Master of Business Administration, or Bachelor’s of Commerce degree in progress or completed an asset
This job requires application of professional principles, processes and practices; application of regulations; utilization of basic and advanced computer applications including those specific to areas of responsibility; communication skills.
Assignment targeted to end 8/15/2022