We have an exciting opportunity for a high calibre graduate with a degree in physics/electronics/computer science (2:1 or above).
You will receive face to face training to become a patent attorney while working in the tech group. You will be trained to the highest professional standards.
At Swindell & Pearson we really are one big team; we support intellect, ambition and hard work but we also care for our employees. Through personalised support, at all stages along your career path, we will help you progress and achieve your goals.
You should be able to communicate effectively in writing and verbally. Some knowledge and experience of electronics, software or telecommunications would be advantageous, as would an interest in scientific and technical developments.
You should be conscientious and capable of working to deadlines. You will also need to be organised.
A large number of professional exams are required to become a patent attorney, so a high level of commitment is required.
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Please send your CV and a covering letter to Christine Anglesea at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please include GCSE and A level grades (or equivalent).