A Patent Engineer with a degree in ICT, mechanics, electronics, telecommunication or related technical fields to join our dynamic team.
You will advise innovative companies and are directly involved in all aspects of protecting their innovation (intellectual property (IP) strategy, protection, active management, defense, valuation, etc.) – You will work in close contact with your colleagues within GEVERS an important asset to provide clients with our 360° GEVERS service – You defend the client’s interests before the Belgian and European Patent Office as well as before other foreign offices – You can also defend the clients’ interests before national and international courts, in collaboration with our mandated lawyers – You have the final responsibility for the patent cases and clients you deal with in your technical field.
You have preferably a PhD in ICT, mechanics, electronics, telecommunication or related technical fields – You have a good fundamental understanding of your technical specialty and you’re able to translate your theoretical knowledge into practical projects – You have an excellent command of French and you are fluent in English, written and oral – You are responsible and have an eye for detail – You are eager to learn and flexible – You are stress resistant and able to work with tight deadlines – You are motivated and with a positive attitude – You have a commercial attitude to develop business – You are able to integrate in a team and take part in the development of the business for the local office.
Interesting and varied work within a dynamic team that works closely together – You will be able to develop yourself in a fascinating and always innovating environment – Continuous professional education by our GEVERS Academy – Full-time contract for an indefinite period – Attractive remuneration package supplemented by non-statutory benefits (meal vouchers, eco vouchers, group and hospital insurance) – Flexible working hours and homeworking policy – Working in our office in Liège, Louvain-la-Neuve and/or Diegem.