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    Business Development Specialist - NIH/NHLBI

    David Harwell

      The Office of Translational Alliances and Coordination (OTAC) in the National Heart, Lung, & Blood Institute is seeking outstanding candidates for the position of Business Development Specialist. We invite you to participate in the success of this nationally important technology development enterprise by applying or encouraging your qualified colleagues to apply.

      The OTAC is charged with accelerating the translation of basic discoveries and innovations into new diagnostics, devices, and therapeutics, and facilitating the development of new technologies via Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) initiatives. The Office facilitates identification of emerging areas of translational opportunities and provides functional integration by developing interdependent teams that leverage resources and intellect across the NHLBI, and with other NIH Institutes, federal agencies, and private organizations.  


      Business Development Specialist GS-0601-12/14
      The Business Development Specialist will be responsible for managing the scientific and business outreach coordination for a full range of cross-cutting small business technology development projects and activities in the OTAC. The incumbent will provide oversight, analysis, and business/technical management to the SBIR/STTR research projects. The ideal candidate for the Business Development Specialist will also have experience, gained in the biomedical or biotechnology industry, through hands-on exposure to commercializing a biomedical technology.

      How to Apply: The job announcements will be posted on www.usajobs.gov until May 1st, 2013.

      Interested US citizens must submit an online application to the announcement https://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/341656400 .

      Merit Promotion candidates may apply through https://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/342027400

      For further information, please contact:

      Eric W. Padmore, MHSA
      Program Analyst, OTAC
      padmoree@mail.nih.gov