Industry Outreach Lead/Project Administrator
Center for Anti-Counterfeiting and Product Protection, Michigan State University
June 07, 2023
Type of Position
How to Apply/Contact
Please visit https://careers.msu.edu/en-us/job/514866/industry-outreach-lead-project-administrator for the full job posting and link to the online application portal.
The Center for Anti-Counterfeiting and Product Protection is a non-profit organization housed at Michigan State University. The Center identifies and examines the complex issue of trademark counterfeiting from a practical, actionable, academic nexus/viewpoint, working collaboratively with brand protection practitioners and communities worldwide. We seek a part-time Industry Outreach Lead/Project Administrator with duties as follows:
Description of Duties
In coordination with the center director and assistant director for education and outreach, perform a lead role in the outreach of the center to current and potential industry, government, and other organizational partners on the center’s programming to generate revenue and measurably increase the A-CAPP Center’s impact on the brand protection community.
Revenue Generation: In coordination with the center leadership, perform a lead role in the center’s revenue generation through recruitment and management of current and future partners in support of its outreach, education, and research programs. Coordinates, contributes, and shares new and developing contacts with other members of the center and actively engages the center’s client relations management tracking. Coordinates, contributes, and shares new and developing contacts with other members of the center and actively engages the center’s client relations management tracking.
Internal Outreach at MSU: Works with the university community, including center faculty, staff, students, and others in the development of outreach and education programs.
External Outreach: Presents as an industry expert in lectures, workshops, and training for off-campus industry groups at conferences or other events (internal and external events); attends industry conferences and events for the purpose of networking and engaging with off-campus current and future industry and government partners.
Management of Outreach Assets/Programs: Serve at the lead for specific outreach assets or programs, such as the Brand Protection Professional and the Brand Protection Stories podcast, including content creation and solicitation, management meetings and appropriate industry engagement, involvement, and funding.
Assist and serve as a subject matter expert to center faculty and staff in curriculum development for its non-credit bearing educational program, including new curriculum development and updates to current curriculum.