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Chemical Engineering Patent Attorney - Part Qualified

£40000 - £60000 per annum

Chemical Engineering Patent Attorney - Part Qualified - Tier 1 Firm

£40,000 - £60,000 + excellent benefits package


The Company

This highly reputable, progressive and outward-looking Tier 1 firm is looking for a Part-Qualified Patent Attorney in Chemical Engineering to join an established team of high-calibre patent attorneys. Their culture is very team-oriented and they pride themselves on the transparency of staff careers, so turnover is extremely low by industry standards. As a Chemical Engineering Patent Attorney, you will be part of a particularly agile firm where client care is at the centre of every decision.

Their business model is commercially oriented, so you'll be encouraged to take a hands-on approach when managing clients. They offer a fulfilling and meritocratic career path alongside long term benefits to include annual bonuses, private healthcare and a generous holiday entitlement.

The Role

* Using your already established drafting and prosecuting skills, you will also be encouraged to exercise your strong written and communication skills liaising with a high percentage of direct clients
* You will have the opportunity to work on some truly pioneering technologies within the Chemical Engineering sector
* Working on an established range of client portfolios to include global blue-chip organisations and SME's, you will have the chance to take ownership with direct clients on their IP strategy
* You will also be encouraged to get involved with business development and marketing initiatives to foster relationships with new commercial opportunities.

The Person

* You're currently a Trainee or Part-Qualified Patent Attorney, having passed your UK Foundation Examinations.
* Possessing a minimum 2:1 honours degree in a Chemical Engineering related subject, you should already feel comfortable working with a range of new technologies. A-Level Chemistry is also essential.
* You should have already gained experience of drafting and prosecution in your current role, and enjoy honing your contentious IP skills too
* You will already have had exposure in working with corporate, SME and University clients, so your ability to communicate with a range of stakeholders will be much sought after.
* An ability to recognise the commercial objectives of clients with their respective IP filing strategies will also be advantageous.

If you are looking for a genuinely inspiring and innovative firm that invests in your individual career, then click the apply button now!

James Dawes

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