Intellectual Property Associate

Vitalhire San Diego , CA 92101

Posted 3 months ago

We are seeking a USPTO-registered patent attorney with at least 2-4 years of experience in the preparation and prosecution of optics and electrical engineering-related applications. The ideal candidate will have experience in patent prosecution with a primary academic background in the sciences, including: computer engineering, computer science, electrical engineering, or physics. Candidates with a related Ph.D or Masters degree are highly preferred.

This position concerns work involving collaboration among a nation-wide team in a detail oriented environment; patent prosecution writing samples may be requested.


Applicant must have a USPTO Reg. No., as well as proven experience in patent prosecution with a primary academic background in the sciences, including: computer engineering, computer science, electrical engineering, or physics. Additionally, the best candidate will have strong written and verbal skills with a proven knowledge of software applications.

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