Global Partnerships Associate

Emory University, Goizueta Business School
Atlanta, GA
Job Type
Deadline for Applications

Social Enterprise @ Goizueta (SEG) is seeking to hire a Global Partnerships Associate for the Entrepreneurship Database Program (EDP).

The Entrepreneurship Database Program has collected and analyzed data from thousands of early-stage entrepreneurs that applied to more than 200 accelerator programs around the world. The EDP is using these data to produce sector reports, support academic research, and work through accelerator partners to improve the efficacy of accelerator programs. The EDP is housed within SE@G and is a proud partner of the Global Accelerator Learning Initiative (GALI) – a collaboration between the Aspen Network of Development Entrepreneurs (ANDE) and Emory University.

With our partners, we are working to stimulate more positive entrepreneurial outcomes in socially-oriented sectors and in developing regions around the world. Learn more at and

Job Description: The Global Partnerships Associate will work directly with the Global Partnerships Manager and Program Director to maintain and coordinate the collection of data from accelerator partners across the world, and develop and deliver tools to support these partners’ data collection and impact evaluation efforts.

This is a full-time temporary grant funded position for a period of 12 months with benefits and the experience can be used to accelerate entry into the next stage of your career.

Primary Responsibilities:  Support week-to-week interactions with existing partners, ensuring that their application processes efficiently and effectively produce data  Ensuring partner compliance with data collection requirements  Implement annual follow-up survey process with research participants  Manage communication, scheduling and record keeping for accelerator partner meetings  Track status of partner accounts on a timely basis by accurately entering required internal CRM data  Work with Global Partnerships Manager to develop quarterly forecasts for data collection by country/region


 Develop and execute individual and collaborative team plans to meet these forecasts  Assist with the execution of special projects; e.g., reports, website development, communications, process upgrades, workshops etc.  Prepare and update materials that support program marketing efforts

Requirements:  Bachelor’s degree in a field related to the program and two years of related experience, or an equivalent combination of education, training and experience.

Preferred Qualifications:  Previous experience and familiarization with entrepreneurship, acceleration, social enterprise or impact investing communities and concepts are preferred.  Comfortable interacting with and influencing people at all levels of an organization  Ability to build relationships and foster an environment of trust at all levels of the organization.  A basic understanding of one or more of the following foreign languages would be viewed favorably: Spanish, Portuguese, French, Arabic, Bahasa Indonesia, or Russian.

This role is based out of Goizueta Business School at Emory University in Atlanta. Minimal travel may be required but will not exceed 10% of the role.

Additional Information

Application Instructions: Interested individuals should complete the following by March 31st, 2019:

1. Complete brief application questionnaire at:

2. Visit Emory HR’s job site to provide additional information and upload cover letter and resume. Please visit, select ‘Staff Apply Here’, and search for ‘33632’.

The Global Partnerships Associate would ideally start sometime between April 1st – May 15th, 2019.

Note: The survey link is currently open and will close on March 31st 2019. We will consider completed applications on a rolling basis. Short-listed applicants will be contacted to schedule phone interviews. We will make our final decision based on surveys, resumes, phone interviews, and reference feedback.

Emory University is dedicated to providing equal opportunities to all individuals regardless of race, color, religion, ethnic or national origin, gender, age, disability, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, veteran’s status, or any other factor that is a prohibited consideration under applicable law.