What makes a successful examiner?
To be successful you must love your field of expertise, be passionate about innovation and have excellent logic and reasoning skills. Strong communication skills, an insatiable curiousity and a mind that loves to question are all critical traits for an examiner.
Most importantly you want to learn and apply that learning. You will be supported by a workplace coach through a competency based training program to build your expertise. After training, you will work independently to produce patent examinations with clearly defined performance indicators. As part of a team, you will also be able to identify work group priorities and achieve team goals. You will need to hold a recognised degree in one of the detailed disciplines or similar fields.
Is working remotely or flexibly important to you?
We want the best people and we have the ability to negotiate working arrangements, so do apply and we can discuss options.
Would you like to know more?
Access our website and see ourcase studies and FAQ’s.
See this YouTube Videothat showcases one of our patent examiners.
Information related to the salary range can be found in IP Australia's Enterprise Agreement 2017 - 2020.
IP Australia embraces and fosters a culture that supports diversity, inclusion and respect. Our goal is to attract and retain the right people for the right jobs, no matter their gender, ethnicity, age, religious beliefs, or personal commitments. We empower our people to fulfil their potential and welcome people with diverse experiences, perspectives and backgrounds. This means that we embed diversity and inclusion in everything we do—everyday.
Please apply via our website, applications close midnight, 2 April 2019
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