Anyone fancy a job?

A little bird has informed IPKat co-blogmeister David that a position as a trainee patent attorney may be in the offing for the right person. This will be outside London, and requires someone able to understand electronic and mechanical inventions. IP qualifications such as the QM MSc or JEB foundation levels would be a distinct advantage.

Anyone who thinks they might be able to fit the bill, and would like to know more, please contact David directly (in complete confidence).

Anyone fancy a job? Anyone fancy a job? Reviewed by David Pearce on Friday, March 23, 2007 Rating: 5

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