Newly Qualified or Part-Qualified Patent Attorney - Chemistry
Job Ref: Chem/Manc/19
Job Type: Part Qualified
Sectors: Patents, Chemistry
Do you believe in the importance of people and working as a team? Are you motivated by delivering an excellent service to clients? Want to be immersed in an innovative and progressive environment?
If the answer to the above is yes, then HGF could be The Right Place for You.
Maybe you’ve reached the point where you’ve passed some of your exams and are looking to broaden your exposure and skills to help you through the final stretch of qualification. Alternatively, it could be that you’ve achieved qualification and are wanting to consider your options as you plot the next phase of your career. Whatever your motivation, the opportunity to join our Chemistry team in Manchester could be a great chance to achieve your goals.
You will sit within a busy Chemistry team who oversee a diverse range of technologies from Pharma through to more general Chemistry subject matter. As much as the technology is diverse, the workload on a daily basis will cover a broad range of accountabilities.
What We Can Offer You
Highly competitive salary plus performance bonus and excellent benefits including a home working policy, pension, private healthcare, private dental care, PHI and 27 days holiday as standard with the option to purchase additional days.
As a company we offer transparent and merit-based career development opportunities to develop your skills and move you through your career, this includes an annual CPD conference and access to external training courses.
HGF Limited is one of Europe's largest intellectual property specialist firm and one of only a few to offer a fully integrated IP solution, bringing over 200 patent attorneys, trade mark attorneys and IP solicitors together to provide a full-service IP solution. The firm has 20 offices across the UK, Ireland, The Netherlands, Germany, Switzerland and Austria.
If the above sounds like the Right Place for You then we’d love to hear from you. Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org providing the reference Chem/Manc/19