The Licensing Associate reports to the Director of the Office of Technology Management and collects, organizes, interprets, and communicates information related to assessment and development of University research and innovation. In this role, the incumbent would help evaluate and licenses University inventions by assessing intellectual property rights, exploring commercialization opportunities, and coordinating access to resource providers.
Developing and executing marketing and licensing strategies, identifying valuation and financial terms for license negotiations, and managing active license agreements are a critical part of this position. The Licensing Associate is expected to maintain an active network of professional contacts.
The Licensing Associate may help with high-profile initiatives for the benefit of the Office of Technology Management.
Washington University of St. Louis is an independent university, and is renowned for its teaching, patient care and research. It’s ranked first in new medical school entrants’ test scores and fourth in its funding from the National Institute of Health (NIH). The Princeton Review ranked it #8 in the top 50 schools for entrepreneurs in 2013, and U.S. News & World Report listed it as #6 in comprehensive medical schools in its 2015 edition.
The faculty and researchers at Washington University are dedicated to excellence in creating intellectual property and advanced research for the greatest public good.
Situated at the confluence of the Mississippi and Missouri Rivers, St. Louis (STL) is the Gateway to the West and long been known as the starting point for exploration and opportunity. STL offers quaint neighborhoods and an affordable housing market.
The St. Louis metro area is home to over 2.8 million residents. While it has a “small town feel” it offers the excitement of a large city. From professional baseball to outdoor activities, art to dining, this town offers plenty to do.
STL is making its mark as a culinary hot spot. Try the unique pizza or select a restaurant that serves up a side of the “blues.” Live music, in historic clubs like Blueberry Hill, is not to be missed.
In St. Louis you’re in the center of it all – literally. Explore the nearby Ozark Mountains or visit a few of the surrounding 6,000 caves. Omaha, Kansas City, Branson, Chicago, Milwaukee, Nashville, Memphis, Louisville, and Cincinnati are all under eight-hours away.
Learn more about the position: Licensing Associate Position Specification