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    Summary

    There are 2 positions at NASA Langley Research Center (LaRC) in Hampton, VA, located in the Office of Strategic Analysis, Communications, and Business Development. A Center Technology Transition Lead (CTTL) with the Small Business Innovation Research and Small Business Technology Transfer (SBIR/STTR) program and a Senior Licensing Specialist with the Technology Transfer team. You will be responsible for technology transfer and commercialization aspects of technology utilization.


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    Responsibilities

    • The CTTL assists with planning, developing and implementing mission specific infusion programs to assure the SBIR/STTR program supports the Mission Directorate.
    • The Senior Licensing Specialist evaluates scientific advances in research and development to determine usefulness and applicability to industry, Government, and the public.
    • Supports the tracking of initiatives and interfaces with the various NASA Headquarters offices responsible for the execution of the initiatives.
    • Utilizes various information systems used by the Agency to initiate and track agreements and partnerships.
    • Provides analysis and recommendations to enhance/improve the processes and information systems to enable more effective use of Agency resources in the Technology Transfer and Partnership area.
    • Serves as liaison, advisor, representative, and presenter for high-ranking programs to include the SBIR/STTR Programs.
    • Sets measurable goals and objectives or small business commercialization activities and tracks organizational performance.
    • Participates in solicitation development including identifying subject matter experts to assure Center specific technologies are addressed in solicitation.
    • Assists with contract negotiation, monitoring and progress.
    • Monitors contractors engaged in technology transfer and commercialization aspects of technology utilization.
    • Participates and provides input to the Innovation Assessment Panel as a Senior Technology Portfolio Manager.

    Travel Required

    Occasional travel - You may be expected to travel for this position.

    Supervisory status

    No

    Promotion Potential

    14

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