Working within a small, busy team and handling communications from both internal and external sources, the candidate will be experienced in the broader aspects of Intellectual Property (IP) rights renewals and provide broad support to the team as required.London
The primary function of the role is to ensure the timely and efficient handling of communications coming into the department. The successful candidate will demonstrate a strong desire to succeed in taking in new information relating to IP and IP Renewals legal requirements and processes and standard office procedures. These include such tasks as:
Candidate knowledge and experience:
Why join us?
Keltie is an exceptional IP firm with a reputation for providing excellent client service to a range of small, medium and large clients around the world. Chambers and Partners ranks Keltie among Britain's top ranked patent and trade mark firms and we are one of the fastest-growing IP firms in the UK, with offices in London, Cambridge, The Cotswolds, East Anglia and Ireland.
Salary: Market competitive salary offered.
Employee Benefits: Flexible working (discretionary 2-3 days minimum office based), Group Pension Plan, Private Healthcare Plan, Life Assurance, Group Income Protection, 25 days holidays plus paid bank holidays, season ticket loan, ride2work scheme, discretionary study support and study leave, social events.
Hours: This is a full-time role, 35 hours, 5 days per week (ideally 9.30am to 5.30pm). However, we will consider part-time/job share applications.
Notice Period: 1 month on either side.
Location: London Bridge, London.
Interested? If so, please get in touch and tell us why you think we should meet. Please send your CV with a covering letter to firstname.lastname@example.org.