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Deadline

31 May 2017

  • Job Type: Graduate Trainee
  • Career Sector: Patents
  • Area of Specialism: Chemistry
  • Start Date: 01/09/2017
  • Number of Positions: 1
  • Location: BioCity Office, Nottingham
  • UCAS Points Required: 320
  • Degree Required: 2:1
  • Disciplines Recruited From: Chemistry
  • Salary: up to £30,000 + benefits

Adamson Jones is a successful firm of patent and trade mark attorneys, which has grown steadily from a single-practitioner firm to a team of nine patent attorneys. We recruit high calibre personnel and provide a level of service that consistently exceeds clients’ expectations.

Our principal office is located within BioCity, Nottingham’s healthcare and bioscience innovation centre, close to the city centre. The working environment is modern, in the heart of a thriving scientific and business community. Our clients range from small start-ups and established private companies to multinational corporations. Our work is mainly for direct clients, but with a healthy mix of diverse incoming agency work.

We are looking for a high-achieving graduate, with a background in chemistry, to train as a patent attorney at our BioCity office.  The work will involve a broad range of medical and healthcare technologies from pharmaceutical chemistry to medical devices.

We offer good working conditions, a competitive salary, a package of flexible benefits and contributory pension scheme. We also take a positive view of flexible working arrangements.

We work as a team, and are committed to excellence in the work that we do. We seek people who share those values: high calibre individuals with a record of academic achievement, who can contribute to the continuing growth of our business.
Our objective is continued steady growth over the coming years. We believe in treating people well and when we find the right people we aim to retain them. Long-term prospects for those who join the firm are therefore excellent.

Candidates should note that, even where applicants hold a higher degree, we expect applications to contain full details of academic history, including GCSE and A-level subjects and grades, and class of first degree awarded.

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