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 01376 791632. 

Click here to see dates, rates and dimensions for all advertising in the CIPA Journal.

Job Vacancies

  • Berry.pngAssociate IP Attorney, GermanyAssociate IP Attorney Lohne, Frankenthal or location to be discussed with home office options The IP department is seeking an Associate IP Attorney to support our Consumer Packaging International (CPI) business unit, preferably to be located in Germany or the United Kingdom, but for the right candidate, we will consider locations near other Berry facilities in Europe. The job involves working very closely with the CPI R&D teams to identify and generate patentable ideas, preparing IP...
  • Fellows.jpgBiotechnology Patent Attorney – Nearly/Newly QualifiedIn recent times of uncertainty this firm has quietly been growing from strength to strength and is now in need of an additional team member for one of their busy offices in the South. The role is expected to help manage the existing portfolio of work, as well as expanding the business further through your own and wider team’s efforts. The firm is well known for its expertise in biotechnology and the surrounding sectors, and has strong ties (and even an office) in Europe.  The role...
  • Fellows.jpgBiotechnology Patent Attorney, CambridgeThis is a client facing role with a great deal of autonomy coupled with excellent support from colleagues.  The firm are in a position to ensure you enjoy a broad range of work including drafting, prosecutions, EP oppositions and providing strategic advice to your clients. The team has a fantastic reputation and their clients are cutting edge across technologies such as genetics, diagnostics, medical devices, and therapeutics. Culturally the firm have a very open and open-minded...
  • Fellows.jpgChemistry (Medical Devices), Patent Attorney (Part/Fully Qualified)Join a specialist unit dedicated to the fast-growing area of healthcare and medical devices. This is a highly client focused and legally varied role so you will be comfortable in engaging with and supporting clients as well as being part of a pitch team for new work. Much of the work is direct, working with cutting edge device manufacturers. The day-to-day will have a focus on oppositions as well as drafting and prosecution. You will gain considerable oppositions experience whilst being...
  • Fellows.jpgChemistry Patent Attorney, Yorkshire Chemistry Patent Attorney, Yorkshire It’s a common theme through our recent advertisements that recruitment is still happening even when Covid-19 is doing its worst. We don’t know how long this will go on for, we don’t know what long-term impact this will have on the profession or what positions may be available in the next six months. So, whilst it might feel prudent to wait to move positions the opposite could well be true. When lockdown ends there may still be very few...
  • Fellows.jpgElectronics Partner Designate, Yorkshire Electronics Partner Designate, Yorkshire We are recruiting several vacancies in the Yorkshire region at the moment, despite Covid-19. Firms in the region have weathered the crisis well and are in a position to grow right now instead of waiting for all of this to be over. You really can move positions now and support will be given for relocation if you need it. This firm are looking for someone who is seeking a challenge. Someone who wants to help the firm grow by being involved in the...
  • Fellows.jpgElectronics/Engineering Patent Attorney, New ZealandElectronics/Engineering Patent Attorney, New Zealand With Covid-19 all around us it might be time to revaluate your long-term options. There can’t be many places in the world more attractive than New Zealand (particularly right now) and this large reputable private practice are well placed to facilitate a move. They are very comfortable with new hires working remotely from elsewhere in the world initially and then, over time, moving to New Zealand (although if you want to move as soon as...
  • Fellows.jpgElectronics/Physics Patent Attorney, Leeds Electronics/Physics Patent Attorney, Leeds Yorkshire seems to be a little hotbed of recruitment despite Covid-19 with firms that have the funds to make new hires due to a mixed portfolio of clients that means that they are financially secure. If you have been toying with the idea of relocation (or indeed are in Yorkshire already), there may not be a better time to do so. We are facing a period of financial insecurity and living in a city with a lower cost of living but with salaries at the...
  • Fellows.jpgElectronics/Software Patent Attorney, DublinElectronics/Software Patent Attorney, Dublin Move to Dublin and work for this highly reputable firm with an international edge. Their Electronics practice has seen no signs of slowing down during the pandemic and is in need of additional hands on deck to help manage and grow their client portfolio.  The team has links to a variety of different jurisdictions, including China, France and Greece, resulting in some varied and interesting direct client and associate work. As well as managing...
  • Fellows.jpgElectronics/Telcos Patent Attorney, Munich Electronics/Telcos Patent Attorney, Munich British firm, Munich office. Plans for significant investment and support for growth. They would consider a German attorney already there, or a European qualified Patent Attorney interested in relocation from another jurisdiction. There is wide scope for developing your own ideas for the practice and considerable autonomy will be given. At the same time the firm has an excellent portfolio of high-tech work (in fact it is widely known for this) so...

To advertise here please call 00 44 (0)1376 791632 or email sales@cipa.org.uk.

Click here to see editorial and advertising deadlines for the CIPA Journal.