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Chloe Marchive, new project engineer for partnership of the INRA Center of Versailles-Grignon

Chloé Marchive

In the previous SPS Newsletter (December 2015), we published a portrait of Chloe Marchive, who was at the time in charge of business development for partnership and innovation in the Saclay Plant Sciences LabEx. Since then, Chloe's functions have evolved.

Indeed, since March 2016, as part of the reorganization of the INRA Department for Partnership, Transfer and Innovation (PTI), Chloe Marchive has been recruited by the SDAR of the Versailles-Grignon INRA Center as project engineer for partnership (chargée d'ingénierie projets en partenariat, IPP).

As such, her role is to support researchers in defining and managing projects in partnership with socio-economic actors and develop these partnerships.

Her missions are to:
- support researchers in their interactions with socio-economic actors,
- understand the issues and objectives of the partnership, help the scientist to explain the project, characterize it on the legal and economic points of view and propose appropriate partnership or funding modalities,
- identify the type of contract applicable, assess costs and prepare the contract as well as its financial annex by working as a team with the other supporting actors the local and national level,
- negotiate the contract with the partner and organize its validation,
- ensure the smooth running of the project until the end of the contract (deadlines, monitoring, meetings, deliverables, reports), identify its potential of exploitation,
- answer questions from teams and units and direct them to the most relevant actor to accompany them,
- develop interaction and partnerships with socio-economic actors.

Her scope concerns some constituent units of the SPS LabEx, namely IJPB (Versailles), IPS2 (Orsay) and GQE (Le Moulon).


IJPB, Versailles: building 10, ground floor, left wing
Tel: + 33 (0) 1 30 83 33 60

IPS2, Orsay: office 372
Tel: + 33 (0) 1 69 15 34 07