Classified Title: Corporate Partnerships Associate Working Title: Alliance Manager Investment Partnerships and Translational Funding Role/Level/Range: ATP/04/PE Starting Salary Range: Commensurate with Experience Employee group: Full Time Schedule: M-F, 8:30am - 5:00pm Exempt Status: Exempt Location: 04-MD:School of Medicine Campus Department name: 60006027-Fast Forward Personnel area: Academic and Business Centers
This role serves as an alliance manager and industry liaison to support industry alliance management and partnering efforts for the Johns Hopkins Technology Ventures (JHTV). This role will further support the efforts of Johns Hopkins Technology Ventures (JHTV) to facilitate new company creation from intellectual property coming from Johns Hopkins University. Responsibilities include alliance management for a multi-year collaboration -“Bluefield” - with a large healthcare investment company, organizing meetings with relevant stakeholders and inbound and outbound business development efforts as they pertain to licensing and business development related to the Bluefield collaboration. The position will also be responsible for administration and support of Translational Funding programs to assist Johns Hopkins University Faculty, Staff, and Students to move early research towards commercialization.
The Alliance Manager Investment Partnerships is a positive, energetic, self-starter who develops strong relationships and networks, influences decisions and thinks strategically about JHU assets. S/he is also a strong verbal and written communicator, and can juggle many diverse and (sometimes) competing scientific and business situations to ensure successful, long-term partnerships between JHU and other organizations
Position will provide support to Bluefield and support translational funding efforts of Johns Hopkins Technology Ventures.
Specific Duties & Responsibilities:
Manages and coordinates relationship between Johns Hopkins University and Deerfield Management and/or other 3rd party translational funding partners including overseeing deliverables and maintaining partnerships
Responsible for ensuring that day-to-day operating requirements of collaborations are effectively managed and performance objectives are achieved
Develops and maintains relationships with all individuals involved in the alliance
Plans and coordinates implementation activities with the partner(s) and resolve any related issues
Reports results of collaboration activities to JHTV Senior Management
Serves as primary point of contact for internal and external parties involved in the collaboration and facilitates communications among parties
Works to resolve any conflicts informally
Aggregates information on JHU technologies, projects, and/or faculty for presentation across JHTV partnering and translational funding landscape
Supports translational funding activities at JHTV such as the Maryland Innovation Initiate (MII), Thalheimer Award, and other translational funding programs
Contributes to the development of tools, processes, and strategies employed by the Bluefield alliance and Joint Steering Committee (JSC) to ensure effective coordination of Request For Proposal (RFP) process and management of portfolio of projects (when applicable)
Organizes all matters relating to Bluefield and/or other translational funding programs, including scheduling and managing committee meetings within the University, ensuring compliance with all aspects of the alliance agreements
Manages RFP process including marketing to faculty and departments, developing relationships with faculty and departments, identifying faculty that are a good fit for Bluefield and other translational funding program, RFP process tracking, communicating with applicants and coordinating applicant process, and assisting with providing and tracking feedback to applicants
Helps to initiate the process of onboarding selected project(s) (initial project startup process .i.e. helping to set up Hopkins accounting, as well as other project related administrative duties)
Tracks administrative matters relating to the RFPs for projects and research programs, once launched
Tracks and records funding events in internal JHTV tracking tools such as Salesforce
Attends Translational Funding program meetings such as those held by MII, ATIP, etc. and provides JHTV with updates on programs
Identifies potential funding programs that may be a good fit for Johns Hopkins University faculty, staff, and/or students
Minimum Qualifications (Mandatory):
Bachelors in the life sciences required.
Minimum of 2 years of business development experience in life sciences industry.
PhD in life sciences or an MBA strongly preferred.
Other advance degrees or combinations with directly related industry experience will also be considered.
Special Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:
Ability to work with flexibility on several tasks simultaneously and to meet various concurrent deadlines.
Strong computer skills including proficiency in Microsoft Office applications. Experience with Salesforce preferable.
Experience with various software applications (e.g. spreadsheets, relational databases, statistical and graphic packages), to assemble, manipulate and/or format data and/or reports.
Ability to effectively interact with all levels of industry and University employees.
Highly organized, resourceful, and detail oriented.
Excellent communication, presentation, and interpersonal skills.
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