Your Responsibilities :
The selected candidate will work primarily for the Pain Relief and Respiratory categories within the Consumer Healthcare business.
Our investment in training, development and learning opportunities will empower you to be the best you can be, and we will make sure you have a stimulating and diverse role that will enable you to develop your expertise as you create value for GSK.
You will be based primarily at our Nyon Campus in Switzerland. The role will involve visits to other R&D sites and to the GSK Headquarters in Brentford, UK.
Basic qualifications :
You must have a at least Master degree in a relevant scientific discipline, e.g. chemistry, biochemistry, biology, pharmacy, medicine, and some research or industrial experience being preferable.
We will consider new graduates and part-qualified trainees (i.e. 1-3 years relevant experience in a patent trainee role having passed the EQE pre-exams.)
Applicants must be able to demonstrate a desire and commitment to training as a Swiss / UK and EP patent attorney.
We are looking for a team player with strong interpersonal, negotiating, analytical and problem-solving skills, with exceptional written and spoken English with attention to detail.
French and German knowledge will be an advantage.
You must be passionate about science and medical innovation.
Preferred qualifications :
Why GSK? :
GSK is a science-led, global healthcare company. With patient focus, integrity, respect for people and transparency underpinning our activities, we bring to market novel medicines, to fulfil our mission to help millions of people across the world to do more, feel better and live longer.
Our Global Patents (GP) department plays an integral role in realising our mission by protecting R&D investment and IP Assets.
We provide proactive support to R&D working collaboratively with scientists and senior managers on aspects, Freedom To Operate (FTO) analyses, challenging 3rd party patents and defending GSK patents (via European Patent Oppositions and Appeals, and worldwide litigation), Due Diligences and supporting business transactions (e.
g. in-licensing, collaborations).
This is a rare opportunity to train in-house with a large department of European and US patent attorneys (some of whom are EP Examiners for the qualifying exams), as part of a team with R&D, and working on a breadth of patent issues in a truly end-to-end manner.