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Intellectual Property Co-ordinator

Thales

Weybridge, United Kingdom

Primary Purpose of the Role:
This primary purpose of this role is to support the Thales UK Intellectual Property Portfolio Manager, and provide essential and specialised IP support and advice relating to the prosecution and maintenance of registered IP to UK IP network. You will report into the IP Portfolio Manager.
This position would suit a graduate with 12 to 18 month experience in a similar Intellectual Property position.

Principal Relationships:

UK: General Counsel, UK; UK Exploitation Manager, IP Correspondents, Information Services team, CBU Commercial Managers, Technical Directorate.
External: External agencies for IP Portfolio maintenance, Patent Attorneys, IP Legal advisers.

Key Responsibilities:

Provide UK entities with advice and support via the IP Correspondents and IP Risk Correspondents as required in IP matters including IP portfolio management.
To co-ordinate the provision of external IP Attorney services for the prosecution and maintenance of all new and legacy patent and trade mark work in the UK.
Provide a central consolidation and viewpoint of the UK IP portfolio in order to provide statistical analysis to the IPCs and IP Group as and when required.
Monitor trade mark renewals and liaise with the IPCs on an as-required basis in respect of the renewal process to ensure that the database for Thales UK trade marks is kept current.
Act and co-ordinate with CPA on the patent renewals on a quarterly basis through the business unit IP Correspondents and to liaise with the UK Exploitation Manager to explore opportunities for exploitation.
Drafting agendas and preparing reports for IP review meetings.
Co-ordinate with Information Services team, the [Technical Directorate/IPCs] to obtain business approvals of IDs, and seek advice from Patent Attorney for patentability.
Assist in carrying out IP related projects.
Participate in IP Awareness training and communications.
Produce PowerPoint presentations, documents, briefing papers and reports.
Co-ordinate the preparation of Copyright Licensing Agency submissions on an annual basis and co-ordinate in the conjunction with the IPCs the data information for external audits

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