If you are an IPR paralegal or assistant eager for a new challenge, we can help. At Nokia, we are currently looking to employ just such an individual as a Patent Coordinator. Once onboard, you will help implement and improve our in-house patent filing and prosecution activities working with local and global teams. In addition to this, you will work to solve patent related administrative problems both independently and in cooperation with internal and external interest groups. These groups will include other IPR personnel, inventors, as well as internal and external patent attorneys. Another key part of your role will be to act as a point of contact to IPR related enquiries for inventors and external patent attorneys, seeking and sharing information. Finally, you will train and guide inventors and IPR personnel located across the globe.
The keys to your success include at least four years of experience working as either a patent administrator or a paralegal. Ideally, you have performed this role in a private practice patent agency such as a law firm or in a company internal patent prosecution environment. In your career so far, you have gained a good understanding of patent processes in different jurisdictions, and have hands-on experience with filing applications before the USPTO. We also appreciate your excellent organization and prioritization skills, as well as your ability to collaborate and network in a multicultural environment. What’s more, you have an intermediate to advanced level expertise in Microsoft Office, Internet and other similar technologies. Any knowledge of IPR management tools is also much appreciated. To communicate effectively with colleagues around the world, you are fluent in written and spoken English. Experience with docketing and/or PCT filings is a plus. If you are ready to join a company with a global reputation for innovation, apply now.
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