Technology Incubation Analyst - KTP Associate

£31,000 - £34,000

Bristol, Bristol - 24 Months

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Job description

The post is fixed term for 24 months

By joining this exciting Management Knowledge Transfer Partnership (mKTP) between STL Tech Ltd, and the University of Bath’s School of Management you will have the opportunity to work within a dynamic company, interfacing with rapid growth companies, experts across science, engineering, and business, with the support of leading academics in the field.

The KTP project aims to develop a formalised “product incubation” methodology for STL so they can achieve their aim of becoming a true end-to-end engineering consultancy, providing both commercial and technical support to their clients.

You will be responsible for the main knowledge-related activities of the position, involving several phases that will be developed in parallel.

The ideal candidate will have:
• A first degree in a STEM discipline e.g., Engineering, Physics, Biomedical Sciences, Biochemistry, or a Business graduate with an interest in technology innovation
• Previous industrial or research project management experience
• An awareness of latest developments in the field of research with an interest in technology, entrepreneurship, technology management and/or economics of technology.
• Ability to conceptualise and understand the commercial imperative for the project, able to demonstrate business acumen.
• Excellent problem-solving skills and tenacity, working to achieve own and team objectives and to overcome obstacles.
The Associate will play a major role in coordinating the stakeholders, so must have excellent communication and organisation skills.

KTP Associate – The benefits:
Gain valuable experience and marketable, highly transferable skills
Take early responsibility for a high-profile project
Receive mentoring from the company and an experienced academic team
Opportunity to gain a professional qualification
Enjoy an excellent chance of a permanent post with the company
For more about how KTPs visit: https://www.ktp-uk.org/

The role is full-time and based at STL premises in Bristol.

Project description

Throughout the project you will play a key role in managing and implementing strategic development in the business and transferring knowledge between the University and the company.

About the business

STL Tech Ltd is a technology development company that provides expert technical consultancy to SMEs to support innovation across advanced engineering and deep-tech industries. STL provide innovators with the tools, technologies, and expertise needed to turn high-level concepts into successful commercial enterprises.

Technology

School of Management

A first degree in a STEM discipline e.g., Engineering, Physics, Biomedical Sciences, Biochemistry, or a Business graduate with an interest in technology innovation

19 November 2021

12 December 2021

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The post is fixed term for 24 months

By joining this exciting Management Knowledge Transfer Partnership (mKTP) between STL Tech Ltd, and the University of Bath’s School of Management you will have the opportunity to work within a dynamic company, interfacing with rapid growth companies, experts across science, engineering, and business, with the support of leading academics in the field.

The KTP project aims to develop a formalised “product incubation” methodology for STL so they can achieve their aim of becoming a true end-to-end engineering consultancy, providing both commercial and technical support to their clients.

You will be responsible for the main knowledge-related activities of the position, involving several phases that will be developed in parallel.

The ideal candidate will have:
• A first degree in a STEM discipline e.g., Engineering, Physics, Biomedical Sciences, Biochemistry, or a Business graduate with an interest in technology innovation
• Previous industrial or research project management experience
• An awareness of latest developments in the field of research with an interest in technology, entrepreneurship, technology management and/or economics of technology.
• Ability to conceptualise and understand the commercial imperative for the project, able to demonstrate business acumen.
• Excellent problem-solving skills and tenacity, working to achieve own and team objectives and to overcome obstacles.
The Associate will play a major role in coordinating the stakeholders, so must have excellent communication and organisation skills.

KTP Associate – The benefits:
Gain valuable experience and marketable, highly transferable skills
Take early responsibility for a high-profile project
Receive mentoring from the company and an experienced academic team
Opportunity to gain a professional qualification
Enjoy an excellent chance of a permanent post with the company
For more about how KTPs visit: https://www.ktp-uk.org/

The role is full-time and based at STL premises in Bristol.