ENTREPRENEUR IN RESIDENCE, Sloan School of Management-Legatum Center (part-time, 50%), to develop entrepreneurial opportunities and curricula for different programs at the Legatum Center and serve as a lead mentor for all Legatum student and Foundry Fellows. Will conduct outreach to promote the Legatum Center and its programs by identifying speakers to bring to the center; facilitate the building of relationships between the center and the U.S. corporate sector interested in global growth markets; help develop a network of entrepreneurs, angels, venture capitalists, support services, and key leaders in the community to support the program as mentors, project coaches, guest speakers, lecturers, and sources of internships, projects and careers, and possible funding sources; help educate, mentor, and coach MIT students across campus (with special emphasis on Legautum and Foundry fellows) on the realities of being an entrepreneur pursuing growth market opportunities; and offer regularly scheduled office hours and participate in weekly Legatum Fellowship special seminar.
REQUIRED: M.A. or M.S.; five years of industry experience; excellent command of written and spoken English; excellent cross-cultural communication, networking, and negotiation skills; experience as a founder or early employee in a startup with strong links in emerging markets; and desire and willingness to bridge-build across campus to make sure MIT students are taking full advantage of the rich set of resources available to them and identifying and filling in gaps where needed. PREFERRED: willingness to openly share successes and failures with students in the educational process. Job #23102-10
Salary range: $94,090 - 125,805 - 157,520. Salary based on related experience, expertise, and internal equity. Generally, new hires can expect pay between the minimum and midpoint of the range.
This is a part-time (50%), one-year term position. Schedule to be determined.
Employment is contingent upon the completion of a satisfactory background check.
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