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Full Job Title: Marketing & Outreach Manager – Innovation Acceleration - Center for Technology Commercialization

Job Number: 94922

Location: Cincinnati, OH

Date Posted: 10-19-2017

PURPOSE OF POSITION: Develop, implement and coordinate marketing strategies to facilitate awareness of Cincinnati Children's innovation pipeline (technologies including potential therapies, medical devices, diagnostics and digital health solutions) by prospective partners. The Marketing Manager will support the Innovation Acceleration and Portfolio Management functions in expanding capacity to provide market research, communications, brand development, awareness, and strategic planning for Cincinnati Children's discoveries and their translation to commercial products. In addition, the Marketing Manager will be responsible for all ICAPI marketing and communication related activities and events in coordination with institutional Marketing & Communications.

Responsibilities
·Market Outreach
Facilitate interactions between research and industry. Educate the academic community about technology transfer and intellectual property. Manage the development of non-confidential, technical information specs for marketing and collaboration. Generate marketing materials/collateral for technology marketing campaigns (tech briefs, videos, cover letters, information packages, etc.). Develop and execute technology marketing campaigns. Obtain feedback and results of marketing campaigns from prospective licensees and Portfolio Managers.
·Market Research
Perform market research to determine if there is a need for innovations and analyze if the market can support the technology. If a market need exists, research the size of the market and value of the innovation. Understand the competitive landscape and relative commercial opportunity(ies). Identify potential partners/collaborators and appropriate contacts and capture in customer relationship manger (CRM).
·Business Development
Coordinate with the Portfolio Management and Asset Accelerator teams to support the development of Leads and Opportunities. Support external outreach and engagement with industry partners as needed. Support the preparation and execution of technology campaigns. Manage the CRM database including data entry and integrity. Liaise with the institutional Business Development group as needed.
·Internal Marketing & Communications
Support the development and manage implementation of the internal marketing communications strategy to effectively position ICAPI as the go-to resource for intellectual property and commercialization related matters. Lead educational programming throughout the year (i.e. lunch and learns, speaker series) to educate faculty, clinicians, and innovators. Effectively communicate funding opportunities, ICAPI successes, etc. via internal communication channels. Optimize and maintain the ICAPI website for internal stakeholders, including intranet site. Coordinate with Cincinnati Children's Marketing group and the Internal Communications team to ensure alignment.
·External Marketing & Communications
Support the development and manage the external marketing communications strategy and execution to effectively position Cincinnati Children's and ICAPI as a leading research engine and innovation hub to external partners and stakeholders (industry, venture, foundations, government, etc.). Develop all collateral including press releases to market ICAPI and its successes including new ventures, licenses, research collaborations, and other newsworthy events. Coordinate with Cincinnati Children's Marketing & Communications group to ensure alignment. Manage ICAPI's external website.
·Other Duties As Assigned:
Perform other duties and non-routine functions as assigned.

Skills & Competencies
·Marketing
Advanced ability to design and develop materials for presentation to a variety of audiences
·Writing
Excellent writing, editing and related computer skills
·Multi-task
Ability to effectively manage multiple tasks simultaneously.
·Relationship Management
Setting the stage for constructive relationships by being accessible, approachable, and interpersonally engaged; developing and sustaining meaningful and productive bonds with others based on mutual respect
·Prioritization
Using time efficiently and productively; prioritizing multiple tasks properly to meet deadlines; recognizing time constraints and adjusting work schedule to address them.
·Influence
Persistently shaping the thoughts and actions of others to achieve desired results; generating excitement and continuously striving to gain support for one's ideas, plans, or courses of action.
·CRITICAL THINKING
Ability to apply critical thinking skills to process and manage a portfolio of technologies, contracts, and patents that result in valuable intellectual property and commercialized products
·COMMUNICATION
Excellent communications skills and the ability to work with others in a respectful and tactful manner

Required:
·Bachelor in Marketing OR Related Discipline
·5 years of related experience
·Must be willing to travel up to 10% of the time

Preferred:
·Advanced degree in biomedical sciences, business, law, or related discipline
·Experience working with early stage biomedical research and innovations
·Familiarity with pharmaceutical, biotech, medtech, and healthcare industries

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