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- You will report to the Head of the Technology Transfer Office and will be responsible for the commercialization of intellectual property in engineering and related fields.
- You will draft, review, negotiate and manage agreements for all processes in technology transfer.
- You will review and advise NRL scientists on preparing Statements of Work (SOWs) for Cooperative Research and Development Agreements (CRADAs) and draft, negotiate and process CRADAs.
- You will evaluate the commercial potential of scientific inventions, market availability and market those technologies as well as evaluate proposed business and development plans for license and evaluate.
- You will communicate with NRL scientists to identify technologies suitable for commercialization and the submission of invention disclosures on those technologies.
- You will disseminate information on NRL technical capabilities to private industry; generate promotional literature describing technologies, facilitate technology transfer and be a local POC for technology transfer areas.
- You will advise scientists on processes for technology transfer, including basics of intellectual property, commercialization, confidentiality, obligations under a CRADA, and Laboratory policies related to technology transfer.
Occasional travel - You may be expected to travel for this position.
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