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Licensing Manager (40074)
Requisition ID 40074 - Posted 05/22/2012 - Engineering - Houston, TX - Oil, Gas & Chemicals
Requisition ID: 40074
• Internal Candidate Under Consideration: No
• Relocation Authorized: None
• Organization: OG&C
• Project No.: 00000
• Location: Houston, TX
• Grade: 29-30
Licensing Manager for BHTS will be responsible for technology marketing plan, prospect engagement plans, keeping abreast of the market place and working to help provide solutions to our clients. This position will also work to market BHTS & IPSI front-end study capabilities. The role will be the primary negotiator for Licensing Agreements and TSA for work to be completed by BHTS & IPSI. This position will report to the President of BHTS & IPSI. The position will also have a major role in coordinating activities with the OG&C M&BD and the Downstream business lines.
Strong background in technology and front-end studies. Advanced degree in Chemical Engineering. A MBA degree is a plus. Strong interpersonal skills. Strong written and verbal communication skills. Willingness for significant global travel (35% on the road). Strong knowledge of operating companies’ drives and buying factors. Ability to development and implement marketing strategies and development prospect win plans. Proven ability to produce strong business results. Proactive leadership focused on results in growing the business. A good team player with the ability to work well with technical specialist. Strong client relationship focus.
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