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Job Postings March 2017

Member organizations are welcome to share relevant job postings within the UIDP community. We invite any UIDP member organization with open positions they wish to advertise to submit their job posting to info@uidp.net. We add opportunities as they are forwarded so please check back regularly.

 

Membership Services Coordinator, UIDP

The Membership Services Coordinator is an entry level position.  The Coordinator will be responsible for supporting all Membership activities: recruitment and retention, member services and engagement, oversight of membership database, and growing dues revenue.  The position is also responsible for the development and maintenance of relationships within the organization, encouraging networking and connections across segments, university and industry.  Other duties include tracking membership statistics, responding to member requests, and light website maintenance.

Senior Licensing Manager, The Ohio State University, Columbus, OH

The Ohio State University has partnered with the Vortechs Group to find a Senior Licensing Manager (SLM) who can lead and implement strategies while fostering community economic development. S/he will serve as a speaker, workshop leader, committee member and/or officer of various licensing associations. As the senior position in the licensing staff, the SLM will help educate the academic community about technology transfer and intellectual property.

For full job description and application process, see the OSU Senior Licensing Manager Position Specification.

Director of New Ventures, Technology Commercialization Office, The Ohio State University, Columbus, OH

The Ohio State University has secured the Vortechs group in its search for the Director of New Ventures in its Technology Commercialization Office. The Director of New Ventures reports to the Associate Vice President (AVP) of Technology Commercialization and will be responsible for launching new ventures and leveraging the fund continuum of The Ohio State University (OSU). The Director of New Ventures will have a keen focus towards recognizing and nurturing technologies at OSU, which would have a higher potential of success in the current market environment. The Director will also track portfolio companies’ progress. OSU currently has nearly 60 startups and ranks as one of the top universities in the country in startup metrics.

Learn more about the position and application process in the OSU Director of New Ventures Position Specification.

Technology Manager, Michigan State University Technologies, East Lansing (2 positions)

The Michigan State University Technologies (MSUT) Technology Manager manages all aspects of screening, protecting, marketing technologies and negotiation of license agreements for a large, diverse portfolio of innovations. Two positions are being filled. One in life science technologies, one in software/copyright. MSU’s broad copyright policy assures that MSUT actively licenses a wide variety of materials including film, media, and educational materials, in addition to software and smartphone apps. Both positions will be working with a wide range of technologies.

The Michigan State University has secured the Vortechs group in its search Technology Manager. Read the full job specification, qualifications and application procedure in the Technology Manager Specifications.

Deputy Division Leader of its Business Development and Strategic Partnerships, Los Alamos National Laboratory, Los Alamos, NM

The Vortechs Group has been selected by the Los Alamos National Laboratory to find its next Deputy Division Leader of its Business Development and Strategic Partnerships. Reporting to the Division Leader of the Richard P. Feynman Center for Innovation (FCI), the Deputy Division Leader (DDL) will have functional oversight across the Division and all activities of FCI, with a particular emphasis on partnerships, innovation and innovation assets, engagement with peer Los Alamos line and program organizations, and executing new initiatives that align with the LANL Mission.

Read more in the Los Alamos National Laboratory Position Specification including information about the required security clearance level.

Executive Director, University Industry Partnerships, Oregon State University Foundation (Corvallis, OR)

The Oregon State University Foundation seeks an entrepreneurial and strategic professional as an Executive Director, University Industry Partnerships. Reporting to the Associate Vice President for Development at the OSU Foundation, the Executive Director will serve as the Foundation’s chief industry partner strategist and will be responsible for the overall leadership and direction of the industry partners program. Oregon State University Foundation has retained Morris & Berger to conduct the Executive Director, University Industry Partnerships search. To apply, please submit application, including resume and a letter of interest, in confidence to Morris & Berger through their website: www.morrisberger.com/currentsearches/oregonstate.

Director of the Corporate Affiliates Program, Jacobs School of Engineering, UC San Diego

The Director of the Corporate Affiliates Program (CAP Director) manages the Jacobs School’s Corporate Affiliates membership program and a team of professionals responsible for providing services to corporate partners. The CAP Director is responsible for brokering, developing and sustaining corporate partnerships by engaging CAP members as research and education that match corporate objectives with priorities of the Dean, Department Chairs and Faculty. For a full job description and application information go to: https://jobs.ucsd.edu/bulletin/job.aspx?cat=executive&jobnum_in=87142

Senior Industry Manager for Strategic Business Initiatives, University of Arizona, Tucson

The office for Research, Discovery & Innovation (RDI) at the University of Arizona (UA) is searching for a Senior Industry Manager (SIM). Reporting to the Vice President for Strategic Business Initiatives (VP-SBI), this position is charged with supporting the business development efforts of the VP-SBI in such a manner as to generate new business opportunities for the institution along with developing and coordinating business plans that are designed to increase existing business and capture new opportunities emerging from commercial, private, and government sources of innovation and technology, both foreign and domestic, in order to satisfy the University’s technological targets and fiscal requirements. A full job description and application information can be found on the University of Arizona’s career website.