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We here at Intellogist know all too well the effects this recession has had. Like many (or probably most) of you, we’ve had friends and family lose their jobs at the cruel unflinching hand of what analysts couch as our “economic downturn.” Even what some might call a recovery has not yet yielded a bounce back in employment.
With that being said, we have some good news for you here at Intellogist. Our parent company, Landon IP, is hiring Patent Analysts. It is our pleasure that we have such a vibrant and knowledgeable community over at Intellogist.com and here on the blog. I know that there are qualified people within our community (or that our community members know) that would meet the challenges a Patent Analyst faces every day and that are simply looking for an opportunity to do so.
All of the details about the Patent Analyst position can be found over at the Careers page of Landon-IP.com, but let me highlight a few for you here:
- Strategically perform searches relating to patentability (novelty), validity, freedom-to-operate and infringement
- Conduct long-term patent landscapestudies to identify trends in a technology field, deliver competitive intelligence and identify potential research and licensing opportunities
- Maintain proficiency with commercial patent databases and other proprietary databases that disclose technical publications.
- Previous patent examining or patent searching experience preferred
- Bachelors Degree and experience in one of the following areas: Electrical Engineering, Electrical Communications, Medical Devices, Mechanical Engineering, Chemistry, Biology/Biotechnology, Business Methods, or Computing
- In-depth knowledge of technical literature in the area of subject matter expertise
Landon IP has office locations in Southfield, MI and Alexandria, VA, and is looking for full time Patent Analysts in both of these locations. We are also seeking Native German language speakers for the Patent Analyst positions, although this is not a requirement. Qualified individuals may be eligible to telecommute.
I can say firsthand that being a Patent Analyst at Landon IP has been a challenging and rewarding experience for me, and I hope you consider applying. It’s the kind of job that values people who can adapt to the needs of each project. If you do apply, let ’em know Intellogist sent you!
This post was contributed by Intellogist Team member Chris Jagalla.