Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)
MIT Corporate Relations’ Industrial Liaison Program (ILP) seeks a Program Director to create, plan, develop, and facilitate productive and growing relationships between MIT and corporate and industry organizations in Korea through ILP participation.
- Manage a life-science portfolio of member organizations and grow the total size of the portfolio by identifying prospects and selling new memberships.
- Develop an understanding of the strategic technology and business challenges of portfolio companies.
- Maintain knowledge of MIT research, activities, and resources and accurately match them to the needs of ILP companies.
- Maintain productive relationships and encourage collaboration with MIT departments, laboratories, and faculty.
- Identify new opportunities for company-MIT interaction and collaboration.
- Plan and execute a series of company-specific meetings and events with MIT faculty.
- Proactively identify and bring developments and opportunities of potential value to the attention of member contacts.
- Participate in office-wide programs, conference development, faculty liaison activities, and faculty travel planning.
- Bachelor’s degree in a life science discipline such as biology, biochemistry, etc.
- At least seven years' experience working with industry internationally.
- Ability to relate effectively to faculty and manage relationships with senior executives in a large corporate environment.
- Proven ability to understand, communicate, and present complex business and technical information in sales and service contexts.
- Ability to develop, manage, and close complex sales.
- Master's or Ph.D. in a life science discipline.
- Experience in business-to-business technical sales, technology transfer, marketing, or consulting; international travel and business experience.
- Fluency in Korean language and experience with Korean culture.
- Professional experience in hard science and/or engineering disciplines.
Please reference job number 19522.
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