Greater St. Louis, Inc. is a 501(c)(6) organization of businesses formed through the merger of five private-sector led and St. Louis-focused economic development and civic leadership organizations on January 1, 2021. The five combining organizations were AllianceSTL, Arch to Park, Civic Progress, Downtown STL, Inc., and the St. Louis Regional Chamber. Greater St. Louis, Inc. brings together the business community to help drive economic growth and create opportunities for all with a focus on inclusive growth. As a result of the merger, we are in a position to drive economic growth with a unified voice, a bold agenda, and as one St. Louis metropolitan area that is anchored by a vibrant urban core.

Greater St. Louis, Inc. is an equal opportunity employer, which extends equal employment opportunities (EEO) to all qualified individuals, with regard to all terms and conditions of employment.  

Current Openings

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Manager, Social Media

The Manager of Social Media is responsible for the systematic planning, implementing, monitoring and revision of the Greater St. Louis, Inc. social media channels of communication. Aspects of social media communications management include developing and implementing content strategies, analyzing engagement data, identifying trends in interactions and writing content that will build our online community and amplify the mission of Greater St. Louis, Inc. The Manager of Social Media must have an ability to work at a fast pace, paying great attention to detail, with a focus on agility and ability to balance multiple priorities to meet deadlines. The ideal candidate will work with urgency and drive growth in our region, with a special dedication to fulfilling the mission.

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Program Assistant

The Program Assistant will provide critical project management and operational support to several of our core capabilities. Day to day, this Program Assistant will primarily provide support to our Public Policy and Inclusive Business Solutions teams to help them deliver critical outcomes efficiently and effectively. This will include assisting in managing schedules, arranging for meetings and travel, coordinating and preparing events, supporting specific projects and initiatives, and completing other tasks as assigned. However, this Program Assistant will also collaborate with and support integrated teams with diverse thinkers and skillsets from across GSL’s core capabilities based on urgent organizational priorities or opportunities. Agility, collaboration and comfort with fluidity and ambiguity are key to success. The Program Assistant must be comfortable juggling multiple priorities in a fast-paced and rapidly evolving environment. Each day will be different, challenging and rewarding.

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Real Estate Development Officer

The Real Estate Development Officer is responsible, at the direction of senior management, for the coordination and completion of assigned projects related to the Arch to Park Equity Fund’s real estate investment activities. Among other duties, this includes assisting in the research, identification, and analysis of real estate investment opportunities, administering a portfolio of real estate investments, and planning for future development in the Arch to Park Equity Fund’s target geography. Each day will be different, challenging and rewarding. This role requires exceptional quantitative analytic capabilities, client-facing communication, and project management skills. The ideal candidate will exhibit the highest degree of personal integrity and be capable of substantial independent judgment and problem-solving within a high-performing start-up business environment that values excellence and teamwork. This is the perfect job for an analytical, results-oriented real estate professional who wants to make a difference.

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Senior Vice President, Downtown

Greater St. Louis, Inc. seeks a dynamic, entrepreneurial, and results-driven leader to serve as its first Senior Vice President, Downtown. Greater St. Louis, Inc. is focused on improving the long-term economic success of the St. Louis metropolitan area through location-focused placemaking, event development and activation, thought leadership, real estate revitalization, and relationship-building that engages diverse stakeholders throughout the Downtown St. Louis community. The ideal candidate for serving in this senior leadership role will be an action-oriented leader with an entrepreneurial spirit and a clear track record of success and deep expertise in community placemaking, business relationship management, event management, space activation strategies, program management, stakeholder engagement, brand management, and strategic communications.

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Vice President of Finance & Administration

The Vice President of Finance & Administration oversees and leads all of Greater St. Louis, Inc.’s finance and administration functions, to include human resources, governance, risk management and other similar activities supporting Greater St. Louis, Inc.’s mission-focused initiatives. The Vice President of Finance & Administration leads a team of internal personnel and contracted resource partners charged with creating and enhancing a best-in-class system of policies, procedures, controls and other risk-mitigating practices designed to ensure a strong business foundation for the Company’s growth in a complex and evolving environment for tax-exempt charitable and philanthropic organizations. This role requires exceptional attention to detail, compliance with policies and processes, the highest standards of quality, clear and consistent communication, and follow-through. Producing highly accurate work product within established systems, standards, and procedures will be essential. This is the perfect job for an analytical and collaborative finance and administration executive who wants to make a difference.


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Vice President, Research & Intelligence

As a key member of the strategy team, the Vice President, Research & Intelligence will lead a team of internal and external researchers in gathering and analyzing information to support the St. Louis region’s economic success. This will include directing and managing all research inquiries to assist in the completion of proposals to win job-creation and investment deals for the St. Louis metro; to untangle complex economic issues; and to advance Greater St. Louis’s Inc.’s public policy, strategic communications and marketing initiatives. The Vice President will work with agility and attention to detail to simultaneously lead multiple research projects relating to diverse issues with varying degrees of complexity, materiality and sensitivity. Each day will be different, challenging and rewarding in a results-oriented environment. This role requires expertise in quantitative and qualitative research methods, strong business and economic acumen, exceptional analytical thinking skills, and the ability to present actionable research findings persuasively and concisely to all levels of the organization and external stakeholders. The Vice President must be driven by the curiosity to understand and address complex economic and policy issues and the desire to deliver work product of the highest quality. This research will make a difference: closing deals with billions of dollars in investment and thousands of jobs in the metro; achieving breakthrough public policy wins; and improving the national and global perception of our metro, among other real outcomes.

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