Hyde Park Campus
86653 Polsky Center
About the Unit
As an integral part of an Intellectual Property Portfolio team, manage all administrative, procedural, and inventor issues related to an intellectual property portfolio. Supervise and participate in patent prosecution and license agreement activity within the portfolio to support commercialization efforts. Be responsible for meeting and monitoring the satisfaction of government compliance for intellectual property within the assigned portfolio. Possesses knowledge of patent prosecution and has the ability to work on patent portfolios with minimal supervision and guidance.
- Review and manage all patent related correspondence.Maintain the patent docket, correspond with law firms, and coordinate with Project Managers and licensees to insure that deadlines are met.Review and approve all legal bills.
- Manage the ongoing administration of license agreements: draft standard legal documents, monitor status of agreements, maintain license docket, maintain files, correspond with licensees to monitor compliance with agreements.
- Monitor cash flow from licensees for amount and timing.
- Identify, review, and manage all government and private sponsor compliance requirements and time lines.
- Assist Managers with marketing campaigns, mailings, databases, and related correspondence.
- Manage receipt of invention disclosures, guarantee compliance with University requirements, document appropriate information in University databases.
- Coordinate and document disclosure elections and releases.
- Maintain and produce enterprise-wide reports as requested.
- Understanding of university technology transfer
- Experience with legal documents, specifically intellectual property
- Excellent computer skills
- Attention to detail with clear understanding of how to prioritize workload appropriately
- Excellent interpersonal, verbal and written communications and analytical skills
- Ability to work well under pressure and manage multi-task projects required
- Excellent customer service and relationship skills
- Assist intellectual portfolio team by establishing and maintaining direct and independent relationships with inventors, legal counsel, prospective and actual licensees and colleagues
- Participate in special projects to continuously improve business processes throughout the department
- Ability to work independently with a high degree of initiative
- Ability to work as part of a team
- Ability to maintain confidentiality
Education, Experience, and Certifications:
- Bachelor's Degree required
- Advanced Degree preferred
- Experience in university technology transfer preferred
- At least 3 years of related work experience required
(NOTE: When applying, all required documents MUST be uploaded under the Resume/CV section of the application.)
- Cover Letter
Depends on Qualification
Scheduled Weekly Hours
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Drug Test Required?
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