These are two new and exciting roles at Cambridge Enterprise that will be working with the Life and Physical Sciences Technology Transfer Teams. Your role will be to work across the university to generate new commercialisation opportunities for the Cambridge Enterprise (CE) team. You will promote CE’s services and educate researchers on the value of their research and the impact that it could have if commercialised.
You will be responsible for developing and implementing appropriate ongoing marketing and training campaigns and you will be supported by your Heads of Team and teams more broadly. You will find the role exciting, stimulating and rewarding as you play your part in uncovering and liberating great innovation that is ripe for commercialisation.
You will be scientifically literate, a fantastic persuasive communicator and creative. You will be well versed in the UK’s impact agenda, be knowledgeable about the funding environment and well-aware of researchers’ day-to-day motivations. You will be able to develop and deliver marketing campaigns that are effective in engaging with the university’s research community.
You will likely have a PhD, be highly organised, self-motivated but a skilful team player. You may have some experience in marketing and some experience in an outward facing commercial science environment.
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Continuous development is key to the role. You will have on-the-job mentoring by some of the most experienced TT professionals in the world, as well as access to a raft of training courses including the UK TT industry’s ‘gold standard’ courses run by PraxisAuril.
Working for a subsidiary of the University of Cambridge, you will be offered a competitive salary with performance related pay, generous holiday, a University pension and a flexible working environment.
The University of Cambridge and Cambridge Enterprise value diversity and are committed to equality of opportunity.
Our office is based at the Hauser Forum, on the West Cambridge Site. We offer hybrid working: this role will be office-based for ideally 3 days a week (or more if preferred), with the option of working from home around this.
Closing date: Sunday 10 July 2022
We will hold a two-stage interview process: the first interview will be held online on Tuesday 19 July 2022, and the second interview will be in person at our Cambridge offices on Monday 25 July 2022.