The National Security Innovation Network (NSIN) is hiring for a position in San Diego, CA! NSIN is recruiting a Regional Director to oversee all of its efforts with the early-stage venture community and academia throughout the Pacific-South Region and responsible for all NSIN activities in Southern California, Arizona, and Hawaii.
The day-to-day duties and responsibilities of this role vary based on the needs of NSIN and the Pacific South Region and can include:
- Creating a national security problem-solving ecosystem in the Pacific South Rgion and Department of Defense end-users from throughout the area;
- Planning, delivering, and evaluating NSIN programs;
- Creating bespoke collaboration opportunities between the Department of Defense and local innovation communities.
Successful Candidates Will Have:
- a working knowledge of the regional community;
- prior experience in working in at least two of the following three areas: academia, the Department of Defense, or the venture community;
- an understanding of current Department of Defense innovation efforts and organizations;
- a willingness to travel frequently in order to coordinate and synergize innovation efforts throughout the region;
- an unquenchable passion to change the way that DoD solves problems.
How To Apply:
Email your resume and cover letter to email Jobs@nsin.us with the subject line: PSRD Position by 5:00PM (EDT) on Friday, February 14, 2020.
About the National Security Innovation Network (NSIN):
NSIN is a Department of Defense (DOD) program office with the mission to build networks of innovators that generate new solutions to national security problems. NSIN does this by building communities of non-traditional defense problem solvers (the academic and venture communities), exposing these communities to national security problems, and supporting the further development and transition of these solutions into the DOD. To facilitate the building of this network of problem solvers and to actively solve DOD problems, NSIN delivers three portfolios of programs: Acceleration, Collaboration, and National Service.