Knowledge Exchange and Commercialisation
Our Commercialisation Manager is critical to this work and so we are pleased to advertise this recently-revised position.
An influential and highly regarded post within the Babraham Institute, the Commercialisation Manager role plays a critical part in the translation and development of Babraham Institute’s science and technology programmes. The role is responsible for the all commercialisation and technology transfer activities within the Institute. These are channelled through the Institute’s trading arm Babraham Institute Enterprise (BIE), and accordingly the Commercialisation Manager is also de facto Chief Executive of BIE.
Working closely with Institute scientists to generate impact and identify avenues to translate research, this exciting role will lead on all business development and technology transfer opportunities. The Commercialisation Manager will also look to exploit the Institute’s strong and varied patent portfolio to generate its economic impact.
Joining an expanding Knowledge Exchange and Commercialisation (KEC) team, the post holder will be responsible for a Contracts Officer and a KEC officer to assist in the delivery and development of all aspects of commercialisation from assessment through to management and implementation.
Applicants will have a postgraduate degree in a relevant scientific subject or equivalent experience, and will also have experience of working at a strategic level to plan and implement commercialisation projects and technology transfer activities. Suitable candidates will have strong interpersonal skills, proactive approach and experience of building relationships with industry. Part-time working will be considered.
Salary range £39,000 to £50,000 per annum (FTE)
Full details of the position can be found here.
On applying please quote reference CM-LF-BIE
Closing date for completed applications is Tuesday 5th December 2017 and interviews will be held on Thursday 14th December 2017.
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