Centre for Cellular and Molecular Platforms (C-CAMP), is a Dept. of Biotechnology (Govt. of India) initiative and a not for profit organization based in Bangalore. We act as an enabler of Bioscience Research, Innovation and Entrepreneurship by providing Research, Development, Training and Services in State Of The Art Technology Platforms. As a part C-CAMP’s mandate of promoting entrepreneurship and innovation, C-CAMP has created and fostered an entrepreneur-friendly culture in and around academic/research environment through its involvement in seed funding schemes for Startups, Entrepreneur Mentorship program and Bio-incubation facility.
Centre for Cellular and Molecular Platforms (C-CAMP) is opening a job post of Contracts Manager.
The Contracts Manager (CM) will provide legal advice to the TTO on all matters referred to him/her. The CM will draft all agreements including Licenses, Collaborations, Consultancy and Material Transfer Agreements and ensure compliance.
CM will also assist with negotiating agreements for the TTO. The Contracts Manager will also oversee the various institutional IP policies, their amendments and implementation of the Data Protection policy where required.
NCBS-TIFR, GKVK Post, Bellary Rd, Bengaluru, Karnataka 560065
Education & Experience
Must have attained a first-class law degree from a University/ Institution of high-standing.
Must be qualified to practice in a court of law.
Preferably 5 years of post-qualification experience working as legal counsel in a corporate setting
Well-versed in Law of contracts and familiar with IP Laws and their enforcement
How to apply?
The current appointment duration is for 3 years which may get extended further. However, the initial offer will be for 6 months and subsequent extension will depend upon the suitability and performance of the individual.
Compensation commensurate with qualifications and experience will be offered and will not be a limiting factor for deserving candidates. Please apply stating your qualifications, experience, current position and compensation drawn and all other relevant details to hr[at]ccamp.res.in by 12 Feb 2020.
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