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SSTI Job Corner

October 31, 2007

Complete descriptions of these opportunities and others are available at http://www.ssti.org/posting.htm.

The Missouri Small Business Technology Development Center, which focuses on strengthening the technological competitiveness of Missouri's businesses, is seeking someone for the position of technology commercialization specialist/counselor. This person will serve as a statewide specialist to provide leadership, expertise and training to university faculty and staff and private sector clients, as well as guidance for commercialization of products and development of companies. A master's degree in engineering, business, science or a related area with appropriate coursework, along with five or more years of relevant experience, is required.

South Dakota State University (SDSU), the state's land-grant institution with more than 11,000 students, invites applications and nominations for the position of technology transfer coordinator in SDSU's Office of Research and Sponsored Programs. The technology transfer coordinator is responsible for overseeing university activities of faculty, staff and students for technology commercialization. He or she will review policies and procedures insuring all agreements adhere to university, South Dakota Board of Regents, and federal policies and perform other responsibilities. An MS or MA degree in a relevant field of study, plus five five years of experience in research management, intellectual property management, technology transfer, or a related area, is required.