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Licensing Associate
Location : Colorado, Denver
Refer job # MJHE337077
 
Job Responsibilities and Requirements: Responsibilities: The Licensing Associate s primary function is the management of a portfolio of university intellectual property in the life sciences disciplines. Portfolio management includes understanding and assessing the intellectual assets in a faculty member's lab, whether patentable or not, encouraging disclosure of new ideas, inventions and other intellectual assets to TTO; assessing new inventions for technical merit, patentability, and commercial feasibility; overseeing the filing and prosecution of patent applications where appropriate; identifying and communicating with potential licensees and marketing technologies to industry; and negotiating, drafting and enforcing option, license, inter-institutional and other agreements. Importantly, the Licensing Associate must have the confidence and interpersonal skills necessary to communicate with very senior, high-level faculty and licensing staff at other institutions and in the business community.In addition, Licensing Associates organize educational programs for faculty, inventors, and entrepreneurs and serve as liaisons to the business community. They provide information and advice to investigators, students, and other campus staff on matters involving intellectual property policies, procedures and decisions; confer with campus administrative staff and investigators on intellectual property protection and licensing; coordinate procedures to ensure compliance with rules, regulations, laws, university and state policies, and all contractual obligations. The ability to use a variety of communications and computer database tools to track and convey issues and decisions about invention disclosures, patent applications, patent prosecution, patent issuance and maintenance, and all contractual agreements and financial arrangements related to a particular technology is a must. Licensing staff assist with the daily operations of the Campus and System Technology Transfer Offices. Salary and Benefits: Salary is negotiable and commensurate with skills and experience. Minimum Qualifications: A bachelors degree in biological or chemical sciences, law, business or a directly related field from an accredited institution 2 years of professional level experience in a related field Substitution: A combination of education and related technical/paraprofessional experience may be substituted for the bachelors degree on a year for year basis. Preferred Qualifications for Licensing Associate position: Graduate degree from an accredited institution of higher education in biological or chemical sciences, law or businessAt least two years professional experience in the area of technology transfer or patents and/or licensing including the development, preparation, negotiation, review, and execution of a wide range of business contracts. Preferred Qualifications for Biopharma Licensing Associate position: Graduate degree from an accredited institution of higher education in biological or chemical sciences. Graduate degree from an accredited institution of higher education in law or business. At least two years professional experience in the area of technology transfer, patent prosecution, and/or licensing including the development, preparation, negotiation, review, and execution of a wide range of business contracts.
 
 
 
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