IP Job vacancies

This section includes all the IP jobs that were advertised in the latest issue of the CIPA Journal as well as online only adverts. You can list all vacancies or filter your search via location and / or job type. 

If you would like to include your vacancies in the monthly publication and/or on the CIPA website please e-mail Iain Ross or telephone him on 020 3289 6445. 

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Job Vacancies

  • Fellows.jpgMechanical Engineering, MidlandsDescription Mechanical Engineering, Part Qualified Patent Attorney, Midlands This is a pure mechanical engineering role. There’ll be no expectations to tackle complex software work and you’ll get free reign to focus on clients across the full spectrum of mechanical disciplines including environmental, dynamics, energy systems, manufacturing, materials science and design. The firm is well rooted in the local community and works closely with businesses and universities to help develop and...
  • Fellows.jpgMechanical Engineering, ScotlandDescription Mechanical Engineering, Qualified Patent Attorney, Scotland Engineering opportunities are most definitely abound north of the border. We’re recruiting for one of the leading firms in the region who can offer a new starter an accelerated career path with access to clients across a whole host of areas ranging from oil & gas and renewable energy to medical devices and clean technology. The firm works with some of the largest names and research institutes in the field, as well as...
  • Creation IP.jpgMechanical, Electronics or Computer Software Patent Attorneys, GlasgowDescriptionQualified or Part Qualified Mechanical, Electronics or Computer Software Patent Attorneys The Firm  Creation IP is a different place to work. Forward thinking, client focused and quality driven we have the same values and ethics as many other medium sized firms. But that’s where the similarities end. We don’t believe that delivering high quality IP services to a range of client, including major technology companies, should have to be mundane. The culture of the firm has seen us...
  • Fellows.jpgNearly/Newly Qualified Patent Attorney, Software/Telcos, YorkshireDescription Nearly/Newly Qualified Patent Attorney, Software/Telcos, Yorkshire We may be a little biased but there are some fantastic firms in the Yorkshire region. This one in particular is known for their incredibly strong electronics practice with professionals coming together from a range of backgrounds, including in-house from some very well-known industry leaders. There are a few other offices across the UK and you’ll have the chance to work with clients and colleagues from all of them,...
  • Fellows.jpgNewly Qualified Patent Attorney, Chemistry/Pharma, LondonDescription Newly Qualified Patent Attorney, Chemistry/Pharma, London Opportunities in chemistry have really ramped up over recent months meaning it’s the perfect time to make a move if it’s something you’ve perhaps been considering. There’s a really refreshing approach to business at this particular firm, with a fluid office model allowing you to work collaboratively with colleagues or independently if you really need to get your head down. Inclusivity is not just the flavour of...
  • Mathys Squire LLPPart Qualified Patent Attorney, IT and Engineering, CambridgeDescription Part Qualified Patent Attorney – IT and Engineering (Cambridge) Ilya Kazi, Jane Clark, Alan MacDougall and others in our London, York and Cambridge teams are looking for part-qualified physicists or electronics attorneys. The team is spread across our York and Cambridge offices so we are open minded about where the successful candidate might be based. The work will involve a mix of drafting, prosecution and contentions matters for clients in the UK and overseas. Paul Cozens and Dani...
  • Fellows.jpgPart Qualified Patent Attorney, IT&E, ManchesterDescription Part Qualified Patent Attorney, IT&E, Manchester Training to become a patent attorney can be a stressful time, especially if you’re uncomfortable in your current work environment and not getting the support you need. This firm understands the importance of backing their attorneys throughout their training and ensures they have what they need in order to qualify as well-rounded fee earners – whether it’s more experience in a certain area, visible Partners to lend an ear,...
  • Fellows.jpgPart Qualified Patent Attorney, Life Sciences, ScotlandDescription Part Qualified Patent Attorney, Life Sciences, Scotland Relocating can be a fantastic way of broadening your career horizons – you work with the same clients, earn a similar salary (with potentially more disposable income) and have the same day to day responsibilities, all with more breathing room and better support/career advancement. That’s not to say there aren’t excellent opportunities elsewhere in the UK, we just think this one is far too good a role to be dismissed....
  • Fellows.jpgPartner Designate, Electronics, LondonDescription Partner Designate, Electronics, London This role is whatever you want to make of it (as long as it’s broadly within the scope of being a patent attorney, obviously). The firm understands that not everyone strives to be a ‘conventional Partner’ in a ‘conventional firm’ so are able to offer the flexibility for you to drive your career forward as you see it. Want to focus on marketing initiatives and building awareness of the firm by attending/speaking at events?...
  • Dawn Ellmore Employment Patent Assistant – CambridgeDescriptionA truly unmissable opportunity has arisen in a leading law firm to work as a Patent Assistant in Cambridge. This unique role is incredibly varied and the successful candidate will be providing support to the partners and team. This role would be suited to an existing Patent Assistant/Secretary/Administrator with some patent experience who is looking for a new challenge within a highly coveted firm. Some of the duties will include, but not limited to: Preparing, amending and filing patent...

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