The Commerce Corporation’s team of economic development professionals includes people with a variety of expertise and skill sets. This page will direct you to a listing of open positions at the agency and instructions for submitting a resume or applying for a job.
The Commerce Corporation’s three major teams – Marketing, Investment, and Client Services – work in synergy to put Rhode Island back on the map for investment and growth. Our Investment Group is driving a strategic initiative to reposition Rhode Island as an economic leader. As a member of this high-caliber team, you will advance quickly from hands-on involvement with developing and leveraging tools for tax credits, real estate, and infrastructure. By building upon our strategic assets, you will make enterprises – and our entire state economy – prosper.
Click here to view all open positions in the Investment Group.
Marketing and Communications Teams
The Commerce Corporation’s three major teams – Marketing, Investment, and Client Services – work in synergy to make Rhode Island thrive. As the voice of Rhode Island, our marketing and communications teams design and build a strong statewide brand to attract tourism and business alike. And we are seeking your new ideas for our creative vision and strategy. Join us as we move forward a five-million-dollar effort that will reignite Rhode Island’s brand as the best place in New England – and the country – to visit, work, and grow a business.
Click here to view all open positions in the Marketing and Communications Teams.
The Compliance Officer will participate in the definition, development, implementation, and monitoring of corporate policies, procedures, and programs and ensure that the agency conducts its business in accordance with applicable laws, policies, and procedures. A law degree is required as the corporation expects a successful candidate to be able to handle related legal matters as well.
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Rhode Island Commerce Corporation is an at-will employer; no employment contracts exist.