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Newly Qualified Patent Attorney, Electronics/Engineering

This firm is an unquestionable force in the industry, with an ever growing list of cutting edge clients originating from across the engineering and electronics fields.  They are hoping to appoint at least one qualified patent attorney in London, although they can accommodate additional team members across any of their offices in the UK.

There is no risk of you becoming pigeonholed in this role, with the opportunity to work within cross office teams and collaborate on a diverse portfolio of technologies including aerospace and aeronautical engineering; defence; electronics; IT and software; manufacturing and construction; oil and gas; nanotechnology; and semiconductors. The clients span from innovative start-ups and sole inventors, to SMEs and multinational corporations based in the UK, US and Asia.

You will be responsible for the entire lifecycle of your clients’ portfolio, from devising an initial strategy and advising on the ways in which they can further leverage their IP,  to securing all necessary protection from file through to grant and all ongoing management including defending any oppositions and advising on infringement and ways in which it can be avoided.

The firm offer a generous remuneration and an achievable bonus scheme, as well as a clear track to Partnership. Ideal candidates are hoped to have recently qualified with a strong academic background in electronics, engineering, physics or similar, although those with up to 5 years’ PQE will also be considered. The primary need for the role is London; however there are further opportunities available across the UK.

Salary: Market Leading
Location: London

Head of Operations – Intellectual Property Annuities and Renewals

Envoy are specialists in global IP annuities and renewals.  Founded in 2008, Envoy’s customers now stretch across 40 countries. Their clients include renowned patent and trade mark firms, global law firms, universities and blue chip corporations.

The Head of Operations is a key leadership role reporting directly to the CEO.  The position has three key components:

  1. Operations – having primary responsibility for the renewals and annuities business.  Being able to streamline and refine processes, assess risks and develop systems to support a significant predicated growth in the client base and build excellent working relationships with both clients and suppliers.
  2. Team Management – developing, training, recruiting and supporting a large team of IP administration professionals with a wide range of experience from very new to the industry to those with extensive expertise.
  3. Deputising for the CEO in key areas of business, being able to make complicated corporate decisions when he is unavailable and being prepared to be responsible for the results of those decisions.

Envoy has an existing marketing and business development team and this position is not a sales role, however you should have the ability to speak professionally with clients and pursue opportunities for growth when they present themselves.  You will be a key public face of the business and therefore may attend corporate events both in the UK and overseas.

The role requires a ‘hands on’ manager, ideally capable of filling in for more junior staff when the workload necessitates but more importantly someone who can empathise with what their staff do and the issues that may arise.  Suitable applicants will be very comfortable with analysing data and using the IT software required to do so to a high level.  You will have a forensic mind able to determine and foresee potential issues and develop strategies to prevent them from becoming problems.

It is anticipated that suitable candidates will have the following background:

  • Previous Intellectual Property administration experience for example gained from a formalities position in private practice or industry or a management role for a service provider
  • Previous experience managing a team
  • Presentation and client communication skills 
  • The confidence and ability to step into a leadership role

There is some flexibility in respect to the profile of a candidate fitting into this role.  It could be a significant step upwards in your career and if you can demonstrate that a step up in responsibilities would be in your abilities to handle then that may be attractive to Envoy.  Alternatively, Envoy will also consider candidates for whom the role itself is a sideways move now but who are convinced of the tremendous growth potential that Envoy undoubtedly will be able to deliver.  As a consequence remuneration will suit the profile of applicants, a contribution to relocation costs (if applicable) may also be offered.

Salary: Remuneration will be highly competitive
Location: Glasgow, Scotland

Salaried Partner

Looking to grow its existing Partnership this Yorkshire based firm of patent and trade mark attorneys wishes to hire Senior Associate or Salaried Partner level attorneys to join its practice as a Salaried Partner. The firm would then expect the candidate to progress to join the equity Partnership on an accelerated time frame.

Candidates will be able to fit into the ICT/Electronics/Telecommunications team so will have an appropriate technical background. There is a considerable existing workload and clients include global corporations, SMEs and renowned academic institutions. In particular, the firm works with world leaders in self-service terminal and touch sensitive display technologies and is highly active in the financial technology and telehealth sectors. Given the range and mix of existing clients the role is both commercial in respect to providing strategic IP advice as well as procedural in terms of original drafting and prosecution.

The firm would be very happy for an attorney joining them to both support the existing client portfolio as well as exploring new avenues of interest to them. There will be opportunities to be involved in firm management, business development and training as well as funded overseas trips. There is considerable career scope with this role, the firm expects that suitable candidates will progress quickly.

This is a very exciting role, currently pretty rare in the profession in that firms are generally less forthcoming about the time it may take to progress or the steps one needs to take to get there. The role will be very competitively remunerated - the firm wants to attract the best people so will endeavour to meet reasonable demands.

Salary: Highly Competitive
Location: Yorkshire

Trainee Patent Attorney, Electronics/Engineering

  • Begin your career in the best possible way with access to an ever changing mix of technologies and an interesting client base, ranging from sole entities and academia, to SMEs and world renowned multinational conglomerates
  • Benefit from a tailor made training scheme and the freedom to drive the direction of your own studies
  • Be an invaluable advisor to your clients, helping identify and shape their IP and construct complex arguments to ensure their portfolio’s ongoing protection
  • Become involved in drafting and prosecution in the UK and Europe, as well as liaising with foreign attorneys on high value cases from around the world
  • Balance your work and personal life perfectly
  • Belong to an approachable and friendly team with support and feedback offered from all levels

Miller Sturt Kenyon can give you the best of both worlds, offering a close knit and collaborative working environment coupled with the opportunity to work with a leading international client base. They take pride in the level of independence they offer their attorneys, with regular client contact and the chance to build business and represent the firm at networking events.  

Ideal candidates will have an electronics or engineering background and have around a year’s experience in the profession, although those with 6 months’ experience plus and those who have recently qualified will also be considered.

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Salary: Excellent
Location: London
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