The Associate Director of CyberLab for Research and Entrepreneurship assists the Director of the CyberLab with all entrepreneurial aspects of the CyberLab projects, more specifically: 1) Funding proposal development to support current and new research projects at the CyberLab, 2) translation of CyberLab research deliverables into production by assisting in the process of technology transfer and commercialization, and 3) in providing support to maintain success of the rollout of CyberLab projects. This position closely works and collaborates with the other CyberLab Associate Director whose responsibilities include research and development. This position is also responsible for recruiting and managing student interns to assist in lab activities.
Primary Duties and Responsibilities:
Developing grant applications and leading the effort of fund generation. This includes searching for grant and funding opportunities, collaborating with other lab team members and scholars to write grant application proposals, tracking submitted proposals, and communicating with donors.
Assisting technology transfer and commercialization of CyberLab research products, such as CourseNetworking (thecn.com) and Rumi (ruim.thecn.com). This includes making presentations to interested groups, implementing marketing strategies, developing strategic partnership with technology vendors and other institutions, and facilitating the licensing of the lab technology products.
Providing support to the rollout of CyberLab projects. This includes assisting in the research and development side of the lab endeavors—product prototype and refinements, research data collection, software testing and pilot.
Recruiting and managing interns, particularly interns working in related areas, such as marketing and project management.
Other day-to-day duties to support the CyberLab initiatives and responsibilities, such as giving lab tour to visitors and hosting on-campus events.
Master's degree and one year of experience in the use of educational technology software, such as Learning Management System and development of contracts/proposals.
Combinations of education and related experience may be considered.
Strong communication skills and a good understanding of educational technology systems and services.
Salary Plan: PAE
Salary Grade: 3AD
Campus: IUPUI - Indianapolis
Department: ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY - I (IN-ENGT-IUINA)
Internal Number: 75036
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