Leads federal invention reporting of intellectual property assets related to technology disclosures, patents, and contracts in accordance with federal regulations.
Contributes to and assists in the management of the intellectual property database, with a specific focus on intellectual property data maintenance and clean-up.
In concert with the Technology Development and the Data Management teams, identifies, reviews, and submits all documents related to government and private sponsor compliance requirements and timelines through iEdison and other reporting mechanisms as required by sponsors.
Collaborates with the Data Administrator and Technology Development team to implement and oversee robust internal compliance audit processes and procedures to guarantee data accuracy.
Works closely with the Data Administrator to evaluate compliance risk of technology portfolios.
Conducts internal and external audits and activities to support regulatory agency inspections.
Supports the strategic planning and execution of data projects with special emphasis on compliance tracking and process optimization.
Establishes and maintains close working relationships with University Research Administration and other relevant University data centers related to compliance.
Coordinates compliance committee meetings to prepare, complete and submit all compliance documentation on a routine basis.
Trains tech transfer staff on office procedures and compliance protocols.
Maintains and produces standard and ad hoc compliance reports.
Coordinates department or clinic compliance with a moderate level of guidance.
Prepares, completes and submits all compliance documentation on a routine basis. Coordinates compliance committee meetings.
Performs other related work as needed.
Bachelorâ™s degree with emphasis in public policy, regulatory affairs, and/or data analysis.
3-5 years of experience in risk assessment, process and control development.
Background working in a highly regulated business environment.
Proficient in Inteum intellectual property database.
Adept in iEdison reporting platform.
Work effectively within a team
Excellent computer and database skills
Understanding of university technology transfer.
Attention to detail with clear understanding of how to prioritize workload appropriately.
Effective interpersonal, verbal and written communications and analytical skills.
Work independently with a high degree of initiative.
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