Industriel Project Manager RCO, Biotechnology Research Institute (Montreal, QC),continuing position

Jennifer Laidlaw jennifer.laidlaw at nrc.ca
Fri Apr 18 12:51:06 EST 1997

NRC is a dynamic, nationwide R&D organization committed to helping Canada 
realize its potential as an innovative and competitive nation. Combining 
our strengths outstanding people, core science expertise and information, 
research programs focused on key technologies and technology diffusion 
with those of industrial and academic partners, we foster Canada's 
emerging national system of innovation.

Industrial Project Manager  RCO  
Reference number:  RB97-11
Continuing Position

Biotechnology Research Institute (Montreal, Quebec)

Your Challenge

Reporting to the Director General, the manager will be responsible for 
the development, promotion and management of contributions, collaborative 
and contracting-in projects, leading to the industrial technology 
transfer of BRI R&D activities.  The manager will assess biotechnology 
projects of the Institute for its commercial utility by interacting 
directly with scientists, engineers and laboratory management.  He/she 
will assist Canadian companies to identify and access technical expertise 
at BRI and will evaluate and champion proposals for new business 


A University Degree in Science or Engineering and a master degree or 
experience in business administration commensurate with the duties and 
responsibilities to be performed.

Your credentials

Extensive industrial experience in the management of technology transfer 
programs in biotechnology.  Similar experience in biochemistry, 
bioengineering, food or agriculture may be accepted depending on the 
extent of involvement with the R&D environment.  Experience in promoting 
marketing strategies, the negotiation an preparation of contractual 

Knowledge of English and French is essential for that position.  A 
security screening will be required.

The salary range for this position varies according to qualifications and 
experience.  A relocation costs may be negotiable.

To explore this opportunity, send your resume before May 2, 1997 
indicating reference number  RB97-11 to: Liette Brazeau, Human Resources 
Assistant, National Research Council Canada,  6100 Royalmount avenue, 
Montreal, Quebec  H4P 2R2.

NRC is an equal opportunity employer.  We thank all those who apply.  
However, only those selected for further consideration will be contacted.

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