The primary role of market research (MR) is to work with TLA team members to define, articulate, develop, and respond to various market research needs of early-stage technologies, making market strategy recommendations based on conclusions of research and understanding of the commercialization environment. The MR Student Associate is responsible for reviewing Commercialization Assessment Reports (CAR) prepared by the MR Student Analysts to ensure the report meets TLA standards for completeness and presentation as described in the CAR template. These assessments should align with the technology as described in the invention disclosure. This includes reviewing and editing content and references as well as standard copy-editing tasks such as spelling and grammar.
The technologies cover a range of domains and cluster around the six major Intellectual Property (IP) generating colleges of the University: Optical Sciences; College of Agriculture and Life Science. ALS; Engineering; Health Sciences; Eller IT/Informatics; and Science.
- Review and edit Commercialization Assessment Report drafts in a timely manner.
- Provide comments and feedback to Market Research Student Analysts based on review
- Provide additional content to the draft as needed
- Keep the Market Research Manager updated on work-flow and completion of the Commercialization Assessment Reports
- Must be a US Citizen or Permanent Resident
- Graduate Student with a background in Life Science, Physical Science or Optics or other scientific/technical background
- Excellent communication skills, both verbal and written
- Ability to work in a fast-paced environment with multiple projects
- Ability to take initiative and be a self-starter
- Ability to independently manage, track, and execute several tasks and projects simultaneously
- Ability to execute work with thoroughness and attention to detail
- Ability to work collaboratively within a team environment
- Proficient with Microsoft Office applications
- Ability to commit to working up to 6 hours per week during the academic semester; up to 12 hours per week during summer
- Successful work experience in a technical or market research capacity (Applicable educational experience can be applied)
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