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.
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Greater St. Louis, Inc. seeks candidates for the Spring Internship program. Candidates must be ready to put exceptional research, writing, and analytical skills to work in a fast-paced and intense environment to help create jobs and grow the bi-State St. Louis metro economy. There are two Greater St. Louis, Inc. Internship opportunities available for Spring 2023: Archivist Intern and Public Policy Intern. The internship will provide a holistic and authentic economic development work experience by offering hands-on project-based assignments including research, writing, and data analysis. Each intern will have the unique opportunity to contribute to the Greater St. Louis, Inc. mission of expanding inclusive economic growth for the St. Louis region while honing valuable professional skillsets. To learn more about these opportunities and to apply, visit our job postings:
Manager, Public Policy
The Manager, Public Policy will develop and prepare detailed policy research and analysis, collaborating with internal teammates from across GSL’s other capabilities, to support high-stakes policy objectives. The Manager will work on projects with varying degrees of complexity, materiality, and sensitivity. Agility, collaboration and comfort with fluidity and ambiguity are key to success. This position may include communicating and collaborating with internal and external GSL stakeholders. The ability to communicate and present concepts, proposals, and analyses persuasively and concisely is essential. Each day will be different, challenging and rewarding. This role requires exceptional analytical thinking skills and research acumen. Producing client-ready written work product will be essential. This is the perfect position for someone who wants hands-on experience in using policy to affect inclusive economic growth for the bi-state St. Louis metro area.
The Project Coordinator provides project support for Greater St. Louis Inc.’s engagement office to attract new investment, maintain stakeholder engagement, track investments in Salesforce, and coordinate stakeholder events. Agility, collaboration, and comfort with fluidity and ambiguity are key to success. This position will include communicating and collaborating with internal and external GSL stakeholders, and requires exceptional events management and administrative skills. Each day will be different, challenging and rewarding. This is the perfect position for someone who wants hands-on experience in collaborating with the business community to affect inclusive economic growth for the bi-state St. Louis metro area.