Program Manager Non Tech 1

West Lafayette, Indiana, United States · Project and Program Management


This role with global scope will be responsible for ensuring operational excellence regarding management of our growing portfolio of Scientific Partnerships. This includes but is not limited to establishing internal and external rhythm of the business, governance, tracking, archiving, and reporting of Scientific Partnerships.

The successful candidate will partner with a globally known tech company and third party institutional partner stakeholders (e.g. procurement/supply, finance, legal, tax & trade, administration, program management, research and engineering) across the world, on matters relating to Intellectual Property (IP) deals, licensing, patent administration, invention disclosures, public funding and grants, facilities and equipment, export controls, scientific resources/talent, and more,

The vision is for the successful individual in this role to own discrete projects in the Scientific Partnerships space and progress to directly developing and managing a portfolio of Scientific Partnerships.

This role reports to the Director of Scientific Partnerships, Quantum.

**Must be authorized to work in the U.S**



Day to day activities:

Interfacing and cross collaborations with different teams onsite keeping us in the loop and up to date

Export control and associated tasks with materials shipping around the world

Meeting arrangements (locations, timing, needed personnel etc.)

Ordering equipment, supplies etc.

Chasing down vendors and order status, interacting with the Birck Nanotechnology Center administration and engineering staff

6) Actual project and personnel management. Laying out timelines, tracking project status, following up on milestones etc. Helping us keep track of our various projects and where we are at with each needs more attention.

7) Reporting and slide aggregation. If this individual, even without a strong science background (in semi conductor physics or physics engineering related) could make a first pass at a group presentation or report that would be useful.

8) Internal meeting notes, specifically action items or key pieces of information that should be read out to our larger group or tracked.

9) Compliance and training issues.

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