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The Wyoming Business Council creates new opportunities for current and future generations of Wyomingites by adding value to Wyoming’s core industries and leveraging them to activate new economic sectors. We serve businesses, entrepreneurs and startups, industry and communities.

Our vision is to realize diverse, broad and lasting growth so that Wyoming can prosper no matter the economic climate or status of individual sectors.

WBCers work tirelessly toward this vision daily by focusing on their strengths and being driven by our team values:

We communicate and we are a team

We are flexible, collaborative and get the job done

We work in an environment of integrity, support and pride

We make change happen and we are leaders

 



Business Finance Analyst

Currently we are looking for a Business Finance Analyst to join us on this journey. As the Business Finance Analyst for the Wyoming Business Council, you will get to:

Serve as the first point of contact for staff and clients providing financial guidance and services for business financing needs. Develop client relationships, process and service loans, perform financial due diligence and evaluate and recommend business financing tools. Work closely with the Economic Development Finance Manager, WBC team, and partners to identify financial needs for businesses in all stages and ensure programs remain compliant with banking and investment regulations. Ensure statewide awareness among businesses, communities and financial institutions of WBC financing programs, collaborate with development teams and assist businesses with financial assistance.

A successful Business Finance Analyst will have experience in all phases of commercial lending, to include banking operations and risk analysis, credit analysis and business plan review, as well as underwriting, structuring and servicing debt instruments. Education and experience equivalent to at least five years in banking. Training and experience in evaluation and analysis of complex business plans, strategic planning & resource allocation, balance sheets and detailed financial projections will be important for success. Outside of formal experience, it is important for the Business Finance Analyst to be detail-orientated, organized, creative and proactive. Work well both independently and as a member of a team. As a Business Finance Analyst, strong communication and relationship management skills, as well as critical evaluation and decision-making skills, will play a huge role.

Complete job description and applications are available here. Send completed application, resume and letter of interest to Katie O’Bryan at the Wyoming Business Council, 214 W 15th Street; Cheyenne, WY 82002 or e-mail ApplyatWyomingBusinessCouncil@wyo.gov. Applications received by January 14, 2020, will receive primary consideration.

To learn more about what it’s like to work for the Wyoming Business Council, check out our Driver’s Manual. The Wyoming Business Council is an at-will employer and conducts criminal background investigations.

 

Agribusiness Development Manager

Currently, we are looking for an Agribusiness Development Manager to join us on our journey. As the Agribusiness Development Manager for the Wyoming Business Council, you'll get to: 

Develop, implement and manage various efforts, activities and tools to help Wyoming agricultural businesses market their products both domestically and internationally.

Build and manage relationships to identify, add value and increase access to markets.

Collaborate with producers, food processors, value added food and beverage manufacturers and other related groups to identify industry needs and solutions.

Increase trade mission participation, public awareness, education and marketing campaigns for the industry.

A successful Agribusiness Development Manager will have experience in or equivalent to a bachelor’s degree in agribusiness, international trade, marketing, business or related field plus five years’ work-related experience in a professional setting.

Strong agriculture industry knowledge and experience, specific to commodities and value-added products as well as experience in marketing crops, forage and livestock will be important for success. Outside of formal experience, it is important for the Agribusiness Development Manager to build and promote trust and teamwork. The right candidate will work well both independently and as a member of a team.

As an Agribusiness Development Manager, strong communication, relationship development skills and the ability to exercise appropriate judgement and decision-making skills over complex matters will play a huge role.

Here's a complete job description. Find the application here.  Send completed application, resume and letter of interest to Katie O’Bryan at the Wyoming Business Council, 214 W 15th Street; Cheyenne, WY  82002 or e-mail ApplyatWyomingBusinessCouncil@wyo.gov.  Applications received by January 3, 2020 will receive primary consideration.

To learn more about what it’s like to work for the Wyoming Business Council, check out our Driver’s Manual. The Wyoming Business Council is an at-will employer and conducts criminal background investigations. 

Other Employment Resources:

Wyoming Office of Tourism

Wyoming State Government

Wyoming Job Bank

Wyoming Department of Workforce Services