F&P Healthcare - IP EngineerApply Now
20th Jul 2020 12:00pm
2nd Aug 2020 11:55pm
Do you want to use your engineering skills within a company that's innovative, sustainable and has proven success to build your career?
INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY (IP) ENGINEER
Use your Powers for Good
Ours is a culture of care. We are proud to be global leaders in the development, manufacture and marketing of Medical Device products that help people. What better outcome to put your name to!
As an Intellectual Property (IP) Engineer you'll work with our product development teams to identify, capture and protect the IP that is critical to Fisher & Paykel Healthcare's continued success. In this role you will work with Product Design Engineers to understand and expand their inventions, and you will collaborate with them on alternate design approaches. This will be your focus, along with collecting experimental data, patent research and technical writing.
This opportunity will suit an Engineer who's thinking of a different career path; a role in technology but with a broader commercial focus.
As part of your development on this exciting career path you will be exposed to our products and technologies along with training toward registration as a Trans-Tasman Patent Attorney. You will be supported in this development by an experienced IP team.
For this role, you must have either completed or be in your final year of study for an undergraduate or postgraduate degree in Electrical, Computer Systems, Mechatronics or Mechanical Engineering.
A few things that will make you a successful IP Engineer:
- A passion for technology and its commercial potential
- Strong analytical and problem solving skills
- An aptitude for document level research
- Excellent communication skills and the ability and desire to write well
- High attention to detail
- Results driven and a positive outlook
We want to you to join the Fisher & Paykel Healthcare team, so bring your passion and vision and we'll do a power of good together!
Apply now by uploading your CV, cover letter, and transcript.