Founded in 1807, the University of Maryland, Baltimore is Maryland’s first and only public health, law, and human services university dedicated to excellence in education, research, clinical care, and public service. We are a thriving academic health center combining cutting-edge biomedical research and exceptional patient care. UMB’s extramural funding totaled $688 million in Fiscal Year 2020, and each tenured/tenure track faculty member brings $1.5 million in research grants on average each year.
UMB’s Office of Research and Development is now seeking a Research and Technology Transfer Specialist to join the Office of Technology Transfer. The Specialist will be responsible for monitoring technology transfer operations and ensuring compliance with benchmarks, milestones, laws, regulations, policies, procedures, ethical standards and public responsibilities. This position will develop and maintain compliance program components operational review, record keeping, program evaluation and reporting requirements. This position specializes in a particular area or substantial knowledge in both intellectual property management and license compliance.
UMB offers a comprehensive and competitive benefits package to eligible employees. This position receives an annual leave package starting with 22 accrued vacation days, 14 floating and observed holidays, 15 sick days, and 3 personal days; comprehensive health insurance and retirement options; professional learning and development opportunities; flexible schedules and teleworking options; and tuition remission for employees and their dependents at any of the University System of Maryland schools.
Assist with the disclosure and review process for invention disclosures, including helping University faculty complete invention report forms. Prepare all federal reporting for intellectual property as required under federal regulations.
Assist with IP Data Management system and ad hoc OTT data reporting.
Interact with outside patent attorneys, University Counsel, other Universities and private companies to coordinate and prepare necessary documents for patent prosecution and license agreements.
Serve as liaison to campus leadership, University Counsel and faculty and staff for intellectual property policies and procedures.
Manage compliance executed for University intellectual property.
Prepare and submit periodic reports including findings, recommendations, and planned corrective action.
Manage researching, assembling and disseminating information on all areas of intellectual property compliance to the campus research community. This includes gathering and analyzing relevant UMB policies, license terms, guidelines from federal and private granting organizations, and preparing and delivering materials in electronic, hard copy and presentation formats.
Perform other duties as assigned.
Education: Bachelor’s degree.
Experience: Four (4) years of technology transfer administration experience.
Experience in sponsored programs, or clinical or corporate contracts is preferred. Advanced degree in science, business or law is preferred.
Other: Related experience may be substituted for education.
Annual financial disclosure required by Maryland State Law.
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:
Knowledge of all applicable requirements, regulations, and laws. Skill in effective use of applicable technology/systems. Ability to effectively communicate both verbal and written thoughts, ideas, and facts. Ability to work cooperatively with others and independently. Ability to demonstrate, understand, apply, and adhere to the UMB Core Values of Accountability, Civility, Collaboration, Diversity, Excellence, Leadership, and Knowledge.
Hiring Range: Approximately $80,000 - $90,000, commensurate with education and experience.
UMB is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to sex, gender identity, sexual orientation, race, color, religion, national origin, disability, protected Veteran status, age, or any other characteristic protected by law or policy.
Go to www.umaryland.edu/jobs and search for requisition number 210000NK in the Staff Jobs Portal.
Penn State Law, based in University Park, PA, is seeking to hire an experienced legal professional to serve as Director of the Intellectual Property Clinic. This Clinic represents startup and early-stage companies on intellectual property (IP) matters, including patent-related issues. As determined by credentials and experience, the successful applicant may be appointed as a Professor of Practice or as an Assistant, Associate, or full Clinical Professor of Law. The Penn State Law IP clinical experience is designed to provide high-quality IP law experience to Penn State Law students and IP support to entrepreneurs who are affiliated with Penn State as faculty, staff or students as well as others based anywhere in Pennsylvania irrespective of any connection to Penn State. The clinical experience is offered in direct support of the University’s Invent Penn State initiative (https://invent.psu.edu) and Penn State President Eric Barron’s commitment to “promoting patents, licensing and start-ups” as part of Penn State’s effort to expand its already significant role in Pennsylvania’s economic development and create career opportunities for Penn State graduates (http://news.psu.edu/story/326830/2014/09/19/administration/president-emphasizes-economic-development-and-student-career).
Additional responsibilities will include teaching a doctrinal IP law school class or classes. The successful candidate will also be expected to interface with other colleges and units within Penn State University and other participants in the Pennsylvania-wide entrepreneurial community, including Penn State’s 21 LaunchBox business accelerators, Ben Franklin Technology Partners and the 16 Small Business Development Centers (SBDCs) in Pennsylvania. The successful applicant will be embedded at the Happy Valley LaunchBox (http://launchbox.psu.edu/), a business accelerator in downtown State College, along with Penn State Law’s Entrepreneur Assistance Clinic and the Penn State SBDC. State College, the location of Penn State’s University Park campus, has a vibrant entrepreneurial ecosystem and has been named as one of the Top 10 Cities for Entrepreneurs.
This position requires a J.D. degree from an accredited law school, membership in, or eligibility for admission to, the Pennsylvania Bar, and registration with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office. The successful applicant will have experience working with emerging technology companies on patent-related and other intellectual property matters. Classroom teaching experience is also highly desirable, but not required. The successful applicant will have a keen desire to teach law students how to navigate this challenging area of the law and the patience to work with the students as they develop as lawyers. Other qualifications include the flexibility to work on a broad array of IP client matters and the ability to integrate IP clinical work with that of the Penn State Law Entrepreneur Assistance Clinic and the Invent Penn State initiative.
Diverse candidates are encouraged to apply. Penn State is committed to and accountable for advancing diversity, equity, and inclusion in all of its forms. We embrace individual uniqueness, foster a culture of inclusive excellence that supports both broad and specific diversity initiatives, leverage the educational and institutional benefits of diversity, and engage all individuals to help them thrive. We value inclusive excellence as a core strength and an essential element of our public service mission. Information on the different units within Penn State Law is available at https://pennstatelaw.psu.edu/.
This position is a benefits-eligible, fixed-term academic appointment beginning in Fall 2021 with a three-year contract, subject to possible renewal.
The University of New Hampshire School of Law, a national leader in intellectual property and public-interest law with a commitment to inclusion, diversity, and quality engagement for all, seeks to hire a Clinical Assistant, Associate, or Full Professor to serve as Director of the Intellectual Property Clinic to begin July 1, 2020. The Director of the Intellectual Property Clinic is a full-time member of the law-school faculty who represents, and supervises and trains students to represent, clients with a variety of IP matters.
The Director is also expected to teach associated IP courses in the residential and hybrid programs; serve as one of the law school's primary connections to the IP bar; work with practicing attorneys and alumni to determine current needs in IP practice; and participate in faculty governance. UNH Law actively creates and nurtures a dynamic learning environment in which qualified individuals of differing perspectives, life experiences, and cultural backgrounds pursue goals with mutual respect and a shared spirit of inquiry. Entry-level and early-career lateral candidates are encouraged to apply. Salary will be commensurate with qualifications.
Possess effective teaching skills, a commitment to excellence in teaching in both residential and online programs, and a demonstrated ability to work collaboratively with diverse communities.
Preferred qualifications include:
Be a member of, or eligible for immediate admission to, the New Hampshire bar (admission requirements available at www.courts.state.nh.us/rules/scr/scr-42.htm – see Rule 42(XI) for admission by motion without examination);
Having an interest in producing and engaging with legal scholarship.
UNH Law is situated in Concord, the capital of New Hampshire. Concord is approximately an hour's drive from Boston, the beautiful New Hampshire seacoast, and the White Mountains. It is part of the University of New Hampshire, a major research institution providing comprehensive, high-quality undergraduate programs and graduate programs of distinction. UNH's main campus is located in Durham on a 188-acre campus, 60 miles north of Boston and 8 miles from the Atlantic coast. UNH has a student enrollment of 13,000 students, with more than 600 full-time faculty, and offers 90 undergraduate and more than 70 graduate programs.
The University of New Hampshire is an Equal Opportunity/Equal Access/Affirmative Action institution. The University seeks excellence through diversity among its administrators, faculty, staff, and students. The university prohibits discrimination on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, age, national origin, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, disability, veteran status, or marital status. Application by members of all underrepresented groups is encouraged.
Contact For complete details and to apply for this position, visit: https://jobs.usnh.edu/ and search for posting number 33513. In your cover letter, please describe why you are interested in this position, what makes you a strong candidate, and how you meet the above-noted USPTO standards. While all candidates are required to submit their applications via this centralized system, please feel free to direct any inquiries to Professor Ryan Vacca, Chair of the Appointments Committee, at email@example.com. Review of applications will begin immediately. This position is open until filled, but it is advisable to apply by September 15, 2019.
Additional Info Employer Type: Education Job Location: Durham, New Hampshire
Notre Dame Law School is seeking a Program Director as part of a major investment in its Program in Intellectual Property and Technology Law. The Program has grown considerably over the past decade—with new faculty, a new Intellectual Property & Entrepreneurship Clinic, greatly expanded course offerings, high-level conferences and other events, and tremendous student success. The University has also made substantial investments in innovation and entrepreneurship-related activities, and it is in the early phases of building a distinctive, University-wide interdisciplinary program on technology ethics. The Law School is poised to take the next step in building its reputation in this important area, and a dynamic Program Director will be central to this effort.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities
The Program Director will work closely with the Faculty Director of the Law School’s Program on Intellectual Property and Technology Law to develop and implement a strategic plan for the Program and coordinate the Program’s many projects and activities.
Leadership Along with the Faculty Director, provide strategic leadership for the Program. More specifically: a) develop a long-term plan to increase the Program’s profile, depth, and financial resources; b) oversee day-to-day operations of the Program, with attention to fiscal, programming, and policy matters; c) work with the Law School communications personnel to manage Program communications, including web pages, social media, and community relations; and, d) organize and direct all events.
Work with the Faculty Director and other Program faculty to develop distinctive and relevant programming that raises Notre Dame’s academic and intellectual profile within the intellectual property and technology law fields, potentially including: seminars, research collaborations, conferences, lecture series, and guest lectures. Identify and facilitate opportunities for IP faculty to broaden their reputation and recognition among academic peers, judges and practitioners, alumni, and the general public. Help recruit talented students to study intellectual property and technology law at Notre Dame, and develop (and possibly co-teach) exciting new curriculum. Work with the Faculty Director to increase opportunities for students to participate in competitions, conferences, and other events relevant to intellectual property and technology law.
Alumni Relations and Engagement
Work with Program faculty to deepen relationships with members of the practicing IP and technology law community, and particularly with Notre Dame alumni working in the field. Facilitate events involving students, alumni, and faculty. Work to establish partnerships and collaborations with individuals, corporations, foundations, and governmental, organizations interested in IP and technology law.
Coordinate administration of US and foreign patent applications and other legal protection of UIUC technologies.
Work with OTM technology managers and UIUC inventors during the technology evaluation and patenting process, including: assisting in assembly of supporting data and documentation; reviewing patent search results; monitoring preparation and filing of patent applications, providing assistance in responding to patent office actions; and providing recommendations regarding US and foreign patent processes, costs, and alternatives.
Serve as a liaison between OTM, UIUC Legal Counsel, and outside patent counsel regarding the selection, engagement process and authorization/approval of expenditures for outside counsel.
Review and approve invoices.
Assist with drafting patent licenses and other intellectual property agreements.
Monitor actions and scheduled due dates for US and foreign patent process to ensure timely responses.
Manage inventorship, ownership, and assignment issues and decision-making.
Maintain and organize patent case files.
Keep abreast of changes in patent laws and procedures.
Work with patent counsel to manage patent costs.
Assist in the preparation of the patent budget.
Provide ongoing training and updates on patent subjects.
Review all correspondence with patent counsel and take appropriate actions as required.
Participate in the development of OTM infrastructure, policies, and procedures.
Oversee accuracy and completeness of database patent or patent-related records.
Prepare Excel reports as needed from database records on patent and patent-related matters.
Work with interns to improve searching and inventor interviewing processes, and provide mentoring for interns interested in patent law.
Prepare and file certain provisional patent applications.
Participate in campus outreach to educate faculty, students and staff on intellectual property related manners.
Manage activities of patent fellow.
Candidates must possess a bachelor’s degree in a physical science, engineering or related field with one to three years working knowledge of patent filing and prosecution procedures. Education must qualify the candidate to take the examination for registration to practice before the United States Patent and Trademark Office. Other requirements include: detail oriented with multi-tasking and strong prioritizing skills; excellent verbal and written communications skills to effectively interact with University and departmental officials/staff; ability to work in a fast-paced environment under multiple deadlines; strong interpersonal skills to effectively communicate with all levels of professionals within the organization; proven teamwork skills; ability to use independent judgment and make sound decisions regarding patents and intellectual property; proficiency with Microsoft Office suite applications; demonstrated teamwork skills in a highly complex business environment; ability to work independently and exercise good judgment and discretion.
Preferred qualifications: Advanced degree in a physical science, engineering or related field; registered patent practitioner; registered Patent Agent, if not registered, preferably has the background to meet the USPTO qualifications to become certified as a Patent Agent.
Contact For full consideration, candidates must apply and submit a letter of application, resume, and names/addresses/phone numbers of three professional references by June 12, 2019 to: https://uajobs.hr.uillinois.edu/.
Additional Info Employer Type: Education Job Location: Urbana, Illinois
The John Marshall Law School in Chicago seeks a faculty member to serve as Director of the law school's Intellectual Property Clinic. The clinic provides pro bono services to individuals or qualified groups in the areas of Patents and Trademarks, and is part of the law school's Community Legal Clinics. The candidate will also teach related courses as arranged with the academic deans. This is a tenure-line position, at the rank of Assistant Professor or higher.
We seek an individual who is, or demonstrates the potential to be, an exceptional teacher, clinician, and scholar, and to work with entrepreneurs and emerging technologies. Required qualifications include a J.D. from an ABA-approved law school or foreign equivalent; evidence that the candidate is a member in good standing of the bar of a court of the United States, or of the highest court of a state of the United States; and registration to practice in patent (and preferably also trademark) matters before the USPTO. Illinois bar membership (or eligibility for it) is preferred but not required.
The law school's current intellectual property clinics in Patents and Trademarks are certified law school clinics under the rules of the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office. To meet certification requirements, the candidate must:
- For patents, be a registered patent attorney or patent agent in good standing with the OED of the USPTO and have three years of experience in prosecuting patent applications before the USPTO within the last five years;
- For trademarks, be a licensed attorney with at least three years of experience in prosecuting trademark applications before the USPTO within the last five years.
It is anticipated that the successful candidate will teach at least one course per academic year outside the clinic, based on background and interest. The candidate is expected to possess excellent research, writing, and communication skills.
JMLS is committed to diversity, access, and opportunity. Subject to the approval of our accreditors, JMLS is in the process of being acquired by the University of Illinois at Chicago, with an anticipated closing date in August 2019. For more information, visit www.jmls.edu and jmls.uic.edu. The successful candidate should be available to start no later than July 16, 2019.
Reports to: Associate Dean for Experiential Education
Other information: This is an 11- or 12-month appointment.
The John Marshall Law School, finding any invidious discrimination inconsistent with the mission of free academic inquiry, does not discriminate in admission, services, or employment on the basis of race, color, sex, religion, national origin, ancestry, age, disability, veteran status, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, genetic characteristics, or any other characteristic protected by applicable law.
Contact Submit a current CV and cover letter indicating compliance with the relevant USPTO requirements above to Professor Art Acevedo, Chair, Selection and Appointments Committee, at 7Acevedo@jmls.edu. The Committee will begin reviewing applications on a rolling basis in January and will conduct initial screening interviews via Skype or a similar platform. Individuals invited to interview for the position should be prepared to submit teaching evaluations, professional references, copies of or links to published scholarship, and, where applicable, copies of promotion and tenure reports from current or past law schools.
Additional Info Employer Type: Education Job Location: Chicago, Illinois
The Juelsgaard Intellectual Property and Innovation Clinic of Stanford Law School seeks an enthusiastic and passionate attorney to join its teaching and practice team as a Clinical Supervising Attorney and Lecturer in Law. The supervising attorney will be an integral part of all aspects of the Clinic’s mission to train outstanding law students and represent clients in a rich and exciting variety of significant matters focusing on technology and intellectual property policy, appellate and agency advocacy, IP strategy, and client advising and
This is a rare opportunity to teach in one of the preeminent technology and IP clinics in the nation and at one of the country’s leading institutions for legal scholarship and education. The supervising attorney will work hand-in-hand with students in the Clinic as they represent real clients in important and challenging real-world cases and matters across fields that include internet and information technology, media and content creation, telecom, AI and machine learning, biotech, pharmaceuticals, and many more. Our students handle cases involving significant patent, copyright, and trademark issues as well as areas such as net neutrality, antitrust, FDA regulation, online speech and Section 230, CFAA, privacy, surveillance, and others.
Reporting to, and working closely with the Clinic’s director, Professor Phil Malone, the supervising attorney will be an integral part of all the Clinic’s work, including:
extensive supervision of Clinic students and their legal work, particularly small-group and one-on-one supervision and review of their case and policy analysis and development, client interactions, written work, oral advocacy, and professionalism;
giving regular, detailed oral and written feedback to students on their performance;
delivering instruction in and modeling core lawyering and practice skills;
ensuring professional, high-quality representation of Clinic clients;
engaging in area-of-expertise development, including monitoring of IP- and innovation-related legal, business, and technical developments; reaching out to potential collaborators; and maintaining relationships with partners such as advocacy organizations, industry groups, and government agencies;
pursuing (often with students) client development, including maintaining relationships with ongoing clients, conducting client intake, and identifying and reaching out to potential new clients;
partnering with the director to shape the overall vision and operation of the Clinic, design its curriculum, develop teaching materials, co-teach the twice-weekly clinic seminar, and ensure best-practice Clinic administration and operations; and
• providing direct client representation during student breaks or when otherwise necessary.
At least three to five years experience in patent, copyright, trademark, and/or other innovation-related legal policy development and advocacy, appellate or trial level
litigation, and/or client counseling;
superior writing, editing and verbal skills;
outstanding academic credentials;
sound judgment and exceptional ethical standards;
excellent teamwork, collaboration, and team building skills;
strong interest in and demonstrated potential for successful teaching and student supervision, including previous experience in a clinical legal setting, the direct supervision and mentoring of junior attorneys, or similar experience;
strong organizational / management skills, attention to detail and self-motivation, and an aptitude for law practice and clinic management; and
admission to practice in California or eligibility and willingness to sit for the next California Bar exam
A background in patent policy, strategy, litigation and/or counseling; appellate advocacy; or open source / open access issues, and a technical or scientific background, is desirable but not required.
Consistent with its obligations under the law, the University will provide reasonable accommodation to any employee with a disability who requires accommodation to perform the essential functions of the job.
Stanford is an equal employment opportunity and affirmative action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law.
UNH School of Law is seeking a Director of the Patent Practice and Procedure Program, a full-time member of the law school faculty who oversees the most successful patent-practice-focused law school program in the country. The Director must be a strategic, innovative, and adaptive thinker who can successfully develop, update, and manage UNH's world-class curriculum in patent practice, and ensure that it is attentive to modern trends in the practice, for both residential and online students. Specifically, the Director teaches courses centering on patent practice and/or related IP topics; oversees adjunct professors teaching and serving as section leaders for patent-practice courses; works with practicing attorneys and alumni to determine current needs in patent law and practice, including in international markets; strategizes potential marketing and development initiatives related to the program; represents the law school in the patent-law community; and participates in faculty governance.
Have a J.D. or equivalent foreign law degree, with excellent academic performance;
Have at least five years of full-time patent practice experience in law firms, in house, and/or for the USPTO;
Have experience in patent prosecution along with one or more of patent litigation, post-grant proceedings before the USPTO, licensing, and portfolio management and development
Have effective teaching skills, a commitment to excellence in teaching, and a demonstrated ability to work collaboratively with diverse communities;
Have ongoing connections and networks in the patent-law community to keep current on trends and best practices in patent practice; and
Be familiar with innovation in legal education, including in seeking opportunities for the law school to pursue new academic programs and extend its brand to prospective students and donors.
Having experience with residential and/or online teaching (preference will be given to candidates who demonstrate an interest in, and willingness to, teach in both environments);
Being licensed to practice law before the USPTO;
Having training and significant experience in a scientific, engineering, or technical field; and
Having an interest in producing and/or engaging with legal scholarship.
The University System of New Hampshire is an Equal Opportunity/Equal Access/Affirmative Action employer. The University System is committed to creating an environment that values and supports diversity and inclusiveness across our campus communities and encourages applications from qualified individuals who will help us achieve this mission. The University System prohibits discrimination on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, age, national origin, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, disability, veteran status, or marital status. Application by members of all underrepresented groups is encouraged. Hiring is contingent upon eligibility to work in the U.S.
The University of Southern California Gould School of Law is seeking a visiting clinical professor (at a rank appropriate to experience and current position) to run the Law School's Intellectual Property and Technology Law Clinic (“IPTLC”), on an interim basis beginning during summer 2018 (ideally, beginning July 1, 2018) and continuing during the academic year while the school conducts a more comprehensive national search for a full-time clinical faculty member who will serve as the Director of the IPTLC. (The interim director may apply for the Director position as well.)
The holder of this position will be responsible for all aspects of running the Clinic, including: course planning and teaching; curriculum development; individual case and project work; client selection; intensive supervision and mentoring of law students in representing clients; clinic administration.
Applicants should have:
A Juris Doctorate degree;
An excellent academic record;
At least five years of relevant practice experience;
Experience in intellectual property and technology law;
Been admitted to the California Bar;
Excellent analytical and writing skills; and
An aptitude for student supervision.
Prior teaching experience is desirable.
The salary range is commensurate with experience, plus USC offers a competitive benefits package. The position will begin in the summer of 2018 (approximately July 1, 2018).
The Director leads and manages the OTC, overseeing personnel, budgets, and all aspects of intellectual property cultivation, assessment, protection, and commercialization. The Director establishes and implements strategies to maximize the social and economic impact of University research and discoveries through OTC’s commercialization efforts and its support of related entrepreneurial endeavors. The Director is responsible for developing and meeting annual OTC licensing goals and acts as primary point of contact and steward to resolve problems and issues affecting intellectual property and licensing at all levels within the University.
The Director interacts closely with University administrators, faculty, staff, and students; units involved in research administration support services, internal and external legal counsel; external partners / potential licensees and industry research and development. The Director will build strong relationships externally to drive broader awareness and dissemination of the University’s innovation capabilities and available technologies and will develop trusting working relationships with University researchers to advance the University’s culture of innovation and collaboration.
The Director reports directly to the Associate Vice President, Innovation and Economic Development (AVP) and strategically supports the AVP as the expert licensing professional in the OTC.
Master’s degree in technical, business or related field.
With a minimum of ten (10) years of successful leadership experience in corporate, academic, startup and/or entrepreneurial setting. A minimum of five (5) years of supervisory experience.
Bachelor’s degree in technical, business or related field.
With a minimum of twelve (12) years of successful leadership experience in corporate, academic, startup and/or entrepreneurial setting. A minimum of five (5) years of supervisory experience.
Demonstrated experience in technology transfer, business development, intellectual property management, and related activities. Experience and strong technical competence negotiating deal terms, complex and standard, including an understanding of both industry and startup perspectives and needs.
Strong, demonstrated leadership skills with the ability to identify and hire talent, coach staff, develop and manage high-performing teams, set and achieve strategic objectives, and manage a budget.
Demonstrated expertise in working collaboratively with diverse stakeholders.
Proven success engaging the private sector in a variety of commercial endeavors.
Action-oriented, entrepreneurial, adaptable, and innovative mindset for business planning and implementation.
Strong interpersonal and communication skills, internally and externally, evidenced through relationship management, networking, and team building.
Strong appreciation for and ability to drive relevant collection and reporting of metrics to assess not only office operational efficiency but also impact and outcomes.
Ability to handle sensitive matters with discretion and tact while maintaining confidentiality.
Ability to manage multiple competing priorities, often under time constraints.
Ability to assess and advocate for resources needed to achieve goals and objectives of the office.
Applicants must be eligible to work in the United States. No visa sponsorship will be provided for this position.
Suffolk University Law School is seeking qualified candidates to consider for the Director of Intellectual Property position. The Director will be responsible for pursuing partnerships, both locally and nationally, with corporations, law firms and other institutions of higher education. The goals of the partnerships are to provide opportunities for additional IP internships, jobs, and skills-based experiences; funding for programmatic initiatives; the development of impactful conferences and programs; and the growth of a student pipeline of technical specialists attending the Law School.
The Director will interface with volunteers and IP faculty members to continually evaluate and prioritize the Law School's goals in the IP area. The Director also will work to develop new programs that help to fit those goals and collaborate with the IP faculty on existing IP programs and activities, including administering and growing the online IP Certificate Program.
• Develop and oversee conferences, events, and continuing legal education programs in IP law in consultation with the Law School's IP concentration directors
• Develop sponsorship programs for these events and create a financially sustainable model for the Law School's conference and events offerings
• In consultation with the Associate Dean of Admission, develop relationships with colleges with strong STEM programs, as well as law firms and other employers of technical specialists, to grow the number of technical specialists attending the Law School
• Assist the Dean of Admission on recruitment efforts in this area
• In consultation with the Associate Dean for Professional & Career Development, provide practice area-specific career counseling to law students and recent graduates and serve as the Law School's liaison to legal employers to increase IP internship and postgraduate opportunities for current students and recent graduates
• Assist with the marketing and communications of the Law School's IP programs in order to enhance the Law School's regional and national reputation in this area
• Engage alumni who are practicing in IP law and educate them about the Law School's IP efforts
• Coordinate efforts of the Law School's IP Advisory Board
• Engage in fundraising, apply for grants, and seek corporate/law firm sponsorships to support the Law School's IP initiatives.
• Prepare and oversee a budget for the Law School's IP efforts
IP Certificate Program
• Grow the number of students in the online IP certificate program
• Provide administrative support for the certificate program and advise the director regarding program content
• J.D. Degree and practice experience in the area of intellectual property law.
• Ability to work collaboratively with all stakeholders, including alumni and faculty members.
• Self-starter who is comfortable developing and implementing strategic plans.
• Working knowledge of Microsoft Office applications (Word, Excel and Outlook).
• Strong administrative skills.
• Excellent written and oral communication skills, with ability to present information clearly, logically and concisely.
• Strong program development with a service orientation.
• Highly collaborative with strong communication skills.
• Innovative and creative: inspires and develops new approaches to addressing challenges and problems.
• Committed to diversity: establishes a climate that welcomes, celebrates, and promotes respect for diversity of race, color, national origin, ancestry, religion, sex, gender identity, sexual orientation, medical condition, pregnancy, physical or mental disability, marital status, age, citizenship, or status as a covered veteran.
• Committed to community: contributes to climate of civility, honesty, cooperation, professionalism and fairness.
Suffolk University Law School has a strong national reputation in intellectual property law. Current programs include a concentration in IP law and a patent law specialization. Students can take courses that explore the numerous facets of IP law as well as participate in an IP Law Clinic that represents traditionally underserved clients. The school's part-time evening program has traditionally attracted students with engineering and life science backgrounds who are interested in pursuing a career in patent law. Many of these students work as technical specialists for Boston-area law firms and are engaged in patent work while they attend law school. Because of these curricular strengths, Suffolk Law has more patent law partners in Boston-area law firms than any other law school.
Suffolk at a Glance
Suffolk University is a private, comprehensive, urban university located in the heart of downtown Boston. Our college green is the Boston Common. We are steps from dozens of historic sites including the Old State House, Faneuil Hall, and the Massachusetts State House. We have no real boundaries to our campus-Boston and Suffolk blend together.
Since 1906, Suffolk has been committed to creating an exceptional learning experience. Our vision is to be recognized as a dynamic institution that fosters engaged learning, rigorous scholarship, innovative thinking, and community collaboration across disciplines. We will ensure that Suffolk graduates are versatile and prepared for modern society and the new world market. We will provide rich curricula, experiential learning opportunities and professional mentoring through increased collaboration with alumni and community partners. We will recruit, mentor, and support a diverse faculty of teacher-scholars who are passionately committed to preparing our students to be leaders in the global community. We will inspire investment in a Suffolk community that is built on ethical, forward-thinking leadership, teamwork, and cooperation.
Suffolk University is an equal opportunity employer committed to a diverse community. We are actively seeking applicants from groups that might be under-represented because of race/color, gender, religion, real or perceived disability, and national origin or LBGTQ status.
See yourself here with our terrific benefits package. Benefits include, but are not limited to:
• Harvard Pilgrim medical/Delta Dental at low employee costs
• Retirement options including both Standard Retirement Plan (SRP) and Voluntary Tax Deferred Annuity (VTDAP). The University contributes 9% to your SRP when employees contribute 5% after eligibility guidelines have been met.
• All employees and faculty members who are at least half-time are eligible for the tuition free course benefit in the College of Arts and Sciences and in the Sawyer Business School. There are additional tuition benefits for spouses, domestic partners, and children.
• Generous time-off program. Vacation accrues monthly. Vacation for part-time employees is pro-rated based on the employees' regularly scheduled hours. Additional holidays are announced each year and are separate from the employee's vacation allowance.
• Pre-tax commuter benefit
• Discounted home and auto insurance
Suffolk University conducts Criminal Offender Record Information (CORI) checks relative to prior criminal convictions and pending cases, as well as Sex Offender Registry Information (SORI) checks relative to prior sexual offenses committed as a contingent offer of employment for all positions. Suffolk University requires specific written authorization to conduct background checks. Failure to provide such authorization shall preclude candidates from being hired.
University of Maryland, College Park
Position Number: 123406
Functional Title: Manager, Intellectual Property
Category Status: 33-Exempt Regular
Applicant Search Category: Staff
Unit: VPR-Office of Technology Commercialization
Campus/College Information: Founded in 1856, University of Maryland, College Park is the flagship institution in the University System of Maryland. Our 1,250-acre College Park campus is just minutes away from Washington, D.C., and the nexus of the nation’s legislative, executive, and judicial centers of power. This unique proximity to business and technology leaders, federal departments and agencies, and a myriad of research entities, embassies, think tanks, cultural centers, and non-profit organizations is simply unparalleled. Synergistic opportunities for our faculty and students abound and are virtually limitless in the nation’s capital and surrounding areas. The University is committed to attracting and retaining outstanding and diverse faculty and staff that will enhance our stature of preeminence in our three missions of teaching, scholarship, and full engagement in our community, the state of Maryland, and in the world.
Position Summary/Purpose of Position:
The Manager, Intellectual Property is a registered patent practitioner primarily responsible for overseeing the voluminous and diverse portfolio of University of Maryland’s intellectual property from disclosure to patenting which requires constant follow-up. The Manager, Intellectual Property will interact with and advise inventors, OTC’s licensing staff, licensees, and outside counsel on patent strategy, conveying patent rules, IP policies (University System of Maryland and University of Maryland), and Bayh-Dole Act requirements.
Minimum Qualifications: Education:
Bachelor’s degree in engineering, science, or related field.
Three (3) years of patent prosecution experience. At least one (1) year of supervisory experience.
Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:
Strong interpersonal and communication skills (written and verbal).
Strong organizational and analytical skills.
Strong consultative skills with the confidence and ability to enforce rules.
Ability to work independently and in teams.
Ability to convey and apply patent rules, IP policies, and Bayh-Dole Act.
Ability to handle sensitive matters with discretion, tact, and confidentiality.
Computer literacy with standard word processing, MS Office Suite (i.e., Excel, Word, PowerPoint), email, Internet applications, and USPTO systems (EFS-Web, PAIR).
JD; Advanced degree (MS or PhD) in engineering, science, or related field preferred.
Two (2) years of experience managing an IP portfolio in an in-house setting (university, corporate, or government) preferred.
University experience preferred.
Admitted to and member in good standing of the Maryland bar, or eligible for admission within 1 yearof hire, is preferred.
Registered and in good standing to practice before the United States Patent & Trademark Office (USPTO) is required.
Additional Information: Candidates must be able to provide proof of eligibility to work in the USA. No Visa sponsorship is offered for this position.
Must be registered and in good standing to practice before the United States Patent & Trademark Office (USPTO).
Posting Date: 09/12/2017
Open Until Filled: Yes
Best Consideration Date: 09/26/2017
Sedentary work performed in a normal office environment. Ability to deal with stress and conflict. Spending long hours in front of a computer screen. Ability to attend meetings both on and off campus.
The University of Maryland, College Park, an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer, complies with all applicable federal and state laws and regulations regarding nondiscrimination and affirmative action; all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment. The University is committed to a policy of equal opportunity for all persons and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, physical or mental disability, protected veteran status, age, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, creed, marital status, political affiliation, personal appearance, or on the basis of rights secured by the First Amendment, in all aspects of employment, educational programs and activities, and admissions.
Seton Hall University Law School is looking for a one-year Fellow / VAP to help cover IP and cyberlaw courses and to assist in the administration of our Gibbons Institute of Law, Science & Technology. The subject matter in IP is somewhat flexible, but we will definitely need someone who can cover some Internet law courses and possibly other courses. The work with our Gibbons Institute will involve helping plan and execute IP-related programs for academia and the bench and bar. The Fellow / VAP will also have an opportunity to work on his or her own research and to participate in faculty colloquia and other research-related activities. At this time the position is only for one year, although renewal for an additional year might be possible. Seton Hall University is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer. It honors diversity and respects the religious commitments of all employees. In turn, its employees respect Catholic beliefs and values, and they support its mission as a Catholic institution of higher education.
The University of Akron's School of Law invites applications and nominations for the position of Director of the Center for Intellectual Property Law & Technology, a tenure-track or tenured faculty position, with an anticipated start date of August 2017.
The Director of the Center for Intellectual Property Law and Technology is responsible for developing, articulating, and implementing a long-term vision for the Center that will achieve greater distinction for the University of Akron's School of Law. The Director, in coordination with the Associate Dean for Academic Affairs, is responsible for implementing the IP curriculum within the School of Law. The Director also manages and supervises the law schools' special IP degree and certificate programs, and may help propose and create additional new programs in intellectual property for attorneys and other professionals as appropriate. The Director is responsible for the management and coordination of all law school programming in the area of intellectual property law, including programs for both attorneys and academics.
The Director fosters and advances external relationships, including the law schools' ongoing international relationships with other universities, where those relate to intellectual property and technology. The Director also works with the law schools' Intellectual Property Advisory Council in advancing the intellectual property program. The Director serves as a faculty advisor to the Intellectual Property and Technology Law Association, a law student organization, oversees the advising related to the annual issue of the Akron Law Review devoted to intellectual property law, and also oversees the law schools' participation in intellectual property-related moot court competitions.
As a member of the law school faculty, the Director will engage in relevant scholarship, teach in the area of intellectual property law, and serve on administrative committees.
Juris doctor or equivalent law degree with intellectual property law experience.
A demonstrated record of successful scholarship and teaching and commitment to continue producing both at a high level; record of or potential for appropriate administrative leadership; entrepreneurial skills to advance the impact of the Center; ability to create and sustain a network of IP leaders; ability to articulate and implement long-term vision to achieve greater distinction for Akron Law's IP program.
The Committee is open to candidates in any area of IP, but experience and expertise in the areas of Copyright, Internet Law, Privacy, International IP, and Health Law are of particular interest.
Application deadline: Review of applicants will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled.
The University of Akron is an equal education and employment institution. It is the policy of this institution that there shall be no unlawful discrimination against any individual in employment or in its programs or activities at The University of Akron because of race, color, religion, sex, age, national or ethnic origin, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability, genetic information or status as a veteran. The University is also committed to the principles of affirmative action and acts in accordance with state and federal laws.
The Purdue Research Foundation, Office of Technology Commercialization has an opening for a Patent Counsel with a focus on the Physical Sciences. The Patent Counsel will be responsible to: perform prompt and competent completion of analyses of intellectual property protection and strategies to enable timely technology transfer of Purdue intellectual property; work cooperatively with Purdue inventors and Office of Technology Commercialization (OTC) licensing staff to evaluate technology-based innovations for appropriate intellectual property protection; draft patent applications and present applications to US Patent and Trademark Office and copyright registrations to US Copyright Office for the benefit of Purdue; prosecute patent applications with respect to all aspects of patent law, including preparing formal communications and responses to national patent offices, conducting examiner interviews and related prosecution activities for the benefit of Purdue; and engage and manage outside counsel on patent prosecution matters including coordinate, manage and account for budget expenditures associated with all assigned project-related activities.
Master’s degree required in Engineering, Physics, Computer Science or a related field.
Patent practice experience in physical sciences required.
Two to four years of direct patent drafting and prosecution experience before US Patent and Trademark Office.
Registered with US Patent and Trademark Office.
Member of Indiana or a reciprocating state Bar in good standing.
Strong working knowledge of intellectual property transactions including licensing required.
Knowledge of technology transfer within industry and/or academia.
Strong diplomatic skills.
Legal contract comprehension and hands-on patent prosecution experience preferred.
Excellent organizational, problem-solving, computer, written/verbal communication skills.
Commitment to higher education and the values of scientific research and discovery for societal benefit.
Occasional travel required.
A criminal conviction check and negative controlled substance test are required for employment in this position. Purdue Research Foundation is an equal opportunity, affirmative action employer fully committed to achieving a diverse workforce.
The University of Missouri School of Law invites applications for a full-time, non-tenure track, nine-month appointment in its Legal Research and Writing program for the 2017-2018 academic year.
The program is a four-credit, two-semester, graded course sequence. The successful applicant will be responsible for teaching two sections of Legal Research & Writing during the fall semester and two sections of Advocacy & Research during the spring semester, plus two additional courses to be determined by curricular needs and the legal writing professor’s interests. These courses may involve participation in or oversight of a student success program.
The law school seeks an applicant who will be a collaborative member of an autonomous three-member team that will make decisions about the program, and one who is passionate and reflective about teaching and dedicated to student learning.
Qualified applicants will hold a J.D. from an accredited law school, a strong academic record, excellent legal research and writing skills, and experience in the practice of law. The ideal candidate would also have experience teaching legal research and writing.
TEXAS A&M UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF LAW in Fort Worth, Texas seeks to expand its top-ranked intellectual property law program by hiring a full-time faculty candidate with expertise in one or more areas of intellectual property practice for a contract, tenure-track, or tenured clinical position, with rank dependent on qualifications and experience. The responsibilities will include teaching in and providing supervision of clinics that support the work of the Center for Law and Intellectual Property (CLIP). CLIP affiliated clinics include the IP and Technology Law Clinic, which has both trademark and patent programs, and the Entrepreneurship Clinic.
Candidates must have a J.D. degree or its equivalent. The successful candidate also will have a strong background in one or more areas of intellectual property practice, including patent, trademark, and/or copyright law. Preference will be given to those with demonstrated outstanding practice experience and classroom teaching skills. Candidates seeking a tenure or tenure track appointment must have demonstrated outstanding scholarly achievement.
Texas A&M University is a tier-one research institution and American Association of Universities member. The university consists of 16 colleges and schools that collectively rank among the top 20 higher education institutions nationwide in terms of research and development expenditures. As part of its commitment to continue building on its tradition of excellence in scholarship, teaching, and public service, Texas A&M acquired the law school from Texas Wesleyan University in August of 2013. Since that time, the law school has embarked on a program of investment that increased its entering class credentials and financial aid budgets, while shrinking the class size; hired eighteen new faculty members, including twelve prominent lateral hires; improved its physical facility; and substantially increased its career services, admissions, and student services staff.
As an Equal Opportunity Employer, Texas A&M welcomes applications from a broad spectrum of qualified individuals who will enhance the rich diversity of the university’s academic community.
Contact Applicants should email a résumé and cover letter indicating research and teaching interests to Professor Gabriel Eckstein, Chair of the Faculty Appointments Committee, at firstname.lastname@example.org. Alternatively, résumés can be mailed to Professor Eckstein at Texas A&M University School of Law, 1515 Commerce Street, Fort Worth, Texas 76102-6509.
Additional Info Employer Type: Education Job Location: Fort Worth, Texas
The only law school in New Hampshire, the UNH School of Law is a national leader in intellectual property law and practice-ready curricula with a commitment to inclusion, diversity and quality engagement for all. The School is ranked number five in intellectual property law and has been among the top ten IP law schools for 25 consecutive years. Overall, UNH Law jumped 55 positions in the US News rankings in the past three years – an unprecedented rise among law schools. UNH Law was founded as the Franklin Pierce Law Center in 1973 in the state capital of Concord. In 2010, the University of New Hampshire and Franklin Pierce agreed to affiliate and eventually merge, resulting in the UNH School of Law. More information about the School of Law may be found at www.law.unh.edu.
The University of New Hampshire School of Law is an intimate, innovative law school, committed to developing students who enjoy challenging dialogue from the first moments of orientation, embrace practice-based learning, and stand ready to join the ranks of alumni who are global leaders in intellectual property, general practice, public interest and social justice, and commerce and technology.
Throughout its history, UNH Law has been a global leader in innovative legal education. Students study in a close-knit, cooperative environment. The curriculum emphasizes an intensive, practice-based approach involving many opportunities for hands-on learning. With a highly productive and engaged full-time faculty of 28 and a student:faculty ratio of 12:1, the School of Law serves 253 students from 31 states and 11 countries across the globe, offering JD, LLM, and Masters degrees, certificates, dual degrees and joint degrees. The school has the third highest placement rate among New England law schools for graduates in non-school funded, bar-required positions. Approximately 97% of the Class of 2015 enrolls in a live-client clinic or completes a legal residency.
The UNH School of Law celebrates over 5,700 alumni currently practicing in over 80 countries who are providing global leadership in the areas of intellectual property, general practice, public policy, commerce and technology. International graduates from Afghanistan to Zambia comprise almost 15 percent of the alumni population, over half of whom practice in the East Asian countries of South Korea, Taiwan and China. Alumni from the Franklin Pierce Center for Intellectual Property have a distinctive presence in senior leadership positions in IP-centric markets in all major east and west coast population centers.
UNH Law features specialized programs that blend innovative legal scholarship, dynamic teaching and hands-on professional development:
The Franklin Pierce Center for Intellectual Property Law
The Warren B. Rudman Center for Justice, Leadership and Public Service
The Daniel Webster Scholar Program
The UNH Law Legal Residency Program
The Sports and Entertainment Law Institute
The Health Law and Policy Program
The UNH Law Clinics
UNH is an Equal Opportunity/Equal Access/Affirmative Action institution. The University seeks excellence through diversity among its administrators, faculty, staff, and students. The University prohibits discrimination on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, age, national origin, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, disability, veteran status, or marital status. Application by members of all underrepresented groups is encouraged.
Contact Applications, nominations and inquiries may be directed in confidence to Lucy A. Leske or Sheila Murphy, the Witt/Kieffer consultants assisting UNH Law with this search, at UNHLawDean@wittkieffer.com. Electronic submissions are required and should include a letter of interest, current resume, and a list of at least five references with contact information. Application review will begin on September 15, 2016, and will continue until the position is filled.
Additional Info Employer Type: Education Job Location: Durham, New Hampshire
The University of Connecticut School of Law is seeking candidates for the position of Assistant Clinical Professor of Law for its Intellectual Property and Entrepreneurship Law Clinic (“IP Law Clinic” or “Clinic”) located on the Law School campus in Hartford, Connecticut. This position affords a unique opportunity for an intellectual property lawyer who enjoys patent and trademark law and practice and wishes to share his or her wisdom and experience with students interested in pursuing a career in intellectual property.
This position provides a rare opportunity to teach, train and supervise law students representing real clients in an experiential learning program focusing on patent and trademark prosecution before the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO). The position requires classroom instruction. The position further requires intensive individual or small group instruction and supervision of students handling patent client matters in a broad range of technical disciplines as well as trademark client matters. The Clinic was one of the six original law school clinics selected nationally to participate in the USPTO Law School Clinic Certification Program, under which law students are granted limited recognition to practice before that body under faculty supervision.
The UConn Law faculty includes leading scholars, experienced practitioners and internationally known experts in a wide range of fields. The school also draws dozens of adjunct faculty members from the judiciary, area corporations and non-profits, and private practice. A pioneer in the introduction of clinical training to legal education, UConn Law has more than a dozen other clinics, including an Asylum and Human Rights Clinic, a Low Income Taxpayers Clinic, criminal defense and prosecution clinics, and several other programs.
Licensed attorney admitted to practice in Connecticut or the ability to obtain admission within one year of start date;
Presently admitted to practice before the USPTO with a consistent and demonstrated level of trademark and patent prosecution experience throughout the past five years;
Prior experience teaching in a clinical environment or in a classroom
Enthusiasm for learning clinical pedagogy and applying it to an IP clinic
Demonstrated willingness to keep abreast of legal developments and to continuously improve course content
Demonstrated interest in community outreach and development of the IP clinic presence within the larger university environment
Appointment Terms This is a full-time, 11-month non-tenure track position with a one-year initial appointment term, subject to the Law School Policy on Long Term Contracts for Non Tenure Track Faculty Teaching in Clinical Programs adopted pursuant to ABA Accreditation Standard 405(c). The anticipated start date is August 15, 2016. Salary will be commensurate with qualifications and experience.
The University of Connecticut is committed to building and supporting a multicultural and diverse community of students, faculty and staff. The diversity of students, faculty and staff continues to increase, as does the number of honors students, valedictorians and salutatorians who consistently make UConn their top choice. More than 100 research centers and institutes serve the University’s teaching, research, diversity, and outreach missions, leading to UConn’s ranking as one of the nation’s top research universities. UConn’s faculty and staff are the critical link to fostering and expanding our vibrant, multicultural and diverse University community. As an Affirmative Action/Equal Employment Opportunity employer, UConn encourages applications from women, veterans, people with disabilities and members of traditionally underrepresented populations.
Additional Info Employer Type: Law Firm Job Location: Hartford, Connecticut
UConn School of Law is the top-ranked public law school in the Northeast, offering a professional education of the highest quality. Its Gothic Revival campus is located in the West End of Hartford, a few miles from the state Capitol and courts, as well as the headquarters of leading insurance companies and other major corporations. The school has day and evening divisions, and offers the JD (juris doctor), LLM (master of laws) and SJD (doctor of laws) degrees, as well as several dual degrees.
The Mount Sinai Health System is seeking an Assistant Director Intellectual Property. The Assistant Director, Intellectual Property ('ADIP') for Mount Sinai's Innovation Partners team ('MSIP') is responsible for assisting the Director – Intellectual Property & Asset Development in developing and executing intricate and complex patent strategy decisions made regularly to pursue the School of Medicine's mission to deliver healing inventions and discoveries to the worldwide patient population. Working closely with the Faculty inventors, Business Development Directors, and outside counsel, the ADIP actively participates in and directs the evaluation of new technology disclosures; counsels stakeholders regarding the patentability of these technologies, the scope and content of any claims, and the science/data required to enhance the technology and secure patent protection.
A successful ADIP is expert at crafting complex patent claims and understanding the science and data required to enhance those claims. Manages competing priorities, sets/adheres to deadlines, facilitates productivity and quick turnaround and develops and supervises patent administration staff. The ADIP has primary responsibility for the patent-related data in Inteum (the system of record), patent files, and patent prosecution and maintenance processes and systems.
This position reports to: Director, Intellectual Property and Asset Development.
Duties and Responsibilities
Assists in directing the comprehensive evaluation(s) of incoming technology disclosures, and helps to determine the patentability of the technology and the scope of claims and geographic/market territories to pursue.
Directs the day-to-day operations of the patent administration function – sets goals, supervises performance, garners resources, removes barriers and contributes to the growth and professional development of the staff.
Conducts prior art searches, freedom to operate searches, and other relevant patent diligence activities and analyzes results. Prepares summaries for purposes of technology review assessments.
Participates in weekly MSIP decision meetings and prepares draft claim sets to facilitate evaluation of the commercial potential of technologies and paths to market.
Assists in the patent strategy development process for classes of intellectual property assets, including tangible research materials, diagnostics and devices.
Works with Business Development Directors on patent prosecution matters and evaluating recommendations of outside counsel.
Provides instruction to outside law firms as necessary to facilitate allowance of patent claims and reduce costs.
Reviews and approves the engagement of and payment to outside patent counsel.
Other duties as assigned.
What You’ll Bring
Law Degree (J.D.); board admission in good standing in either New York or New Jersey
Master of Science; Ph.D. (preferred)
10 years technology transfer or other intellectual property experience and/or law firm experience in patent prosecution
U.S. Registered Patent Attorney/Agent
Highly organized with demonstrated ability to establish appropriate priorities.
Ability to work independently without supervision.
Flexibility and ability to manage numerous tasks concurrently and ability to act cooperatively with many individuals.
Detail oriented and ability to perform with accuracy.
Positive, energetic, team-oriented with a professional outlook.
Excellent interpersonal and communication skills.
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Who We Are
Over 35,000 employees strong, the mission of the Mount Sinai Health System is to provide compassionate patient care with seamless coordination and to advance medicine through unrivaled education, research, and outreach in the many diverse communities we serve.
Formed in September 2013, The Mount Sinai Health System combines the excellence of the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai with seven premier hospital campuses, including Mount Sinai Beth Israel, Mount Sinai Beth Israel Brooklyn, The Mount Sinai Hospital, Mount Sinai Queens, Mount Sinai Roosevelt, Mount Sinai St. Luke's, and New York Eye and Ear Infirmary of Mount Sinai.
The Mount Sinai Health System is committed to the tenets of diversity and workforce that are strengthened by the inclusion of and respect for our differences. We offer our employees a highly competitive compensation and benefits package, a 403(b) retirement plan, and much more.
The Mount Sinai Health System is an equal opportunity employer. We promote recognition and respect for individual and cultural differences, and we work to make our employees feel valued and appreciated, whatever their race, gender, background, or sexual orientation. EOE Minorities/Women/Disabled/Veterans
Additional Info Employer Type: Education Job Location: New York, New York
The Mount Sinai Health System's commitment to excellence extends beyond delivering world-class health care. The System's ongoing success is dependent upon our highly motivated, nonclinical professionals working to improve business operations. Our leadership team is driven to provide exceptional service by cultivating a workforce that is dedicated to upholding Mount Sinai's mission of delivering innovative, breakthrough medicine with compassion and integrity.