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Advertiser: TTCS Recruitment

 
Job Title: Patent Attorney – Electronics/Physics
Location:Scotland
Rate:£50K to £70K Per Year
Description: Role: Patent Attorney – Electronics / Physics
Job Type: Permanent
Based: Scotland
Salary: 50K – C. 70K + bonus

This successful and growing Scottish-based boutique practice who are quality focused and work closely with their clients, are looking to appoint an attorney with a background preferably in electronics. However, we would consider an engineer or physicist who can handle electrical and electronic subject matters.

You will be working directly with clients and therefore need to have strong client skills as this firm undertakes a lot of direct work. The work will include a mixture of engineering, electronics, physics and computer science.

This firm has excellent systems in place to support the attorneys and offer long term prospects to those who want to progress in a smaller thriving practice.

While we are looking for an attorney with a few years post qualification experience we are open to attorneys at any level, including finals standard or part qualified.


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For more information or to apply, please email Stephen@caseltonclark.co.uk with your CV or call 0207 559 6702.

Caselton Clark are a specialist Intellectual Property Recruitment agency based in London. We work in partnership with the Perry Clayman Employment Agency on Patent and Trademark vacancies in the UK and across Europe.

For our latest vacancies please visit www.caseltonclark.co.uk or contact us on 020 7559 6702.
Skills Required: IP, intellectual property, patent attorney, patent, attorney, Lawyer, solicitor, trademark, trade ma
Job Type: Permanent
Start Date: ASAP
Contact: Stephen Gill Contact E-mail: Click
Contact Tel: +44 (0)20 7559 6702 Contact Fax: 020 7147 1321
Reference: IP_PA_080917 Added: 22-12-2017
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