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    Senior Patent Counsel

    ARLANXEO is one of the world’s largest synthetic rubber producers. Since its inception in 2016, the company has been an innovator in the industry, supplying customers with high quality products globally and developing rubber solutions for a more sustainable future. Over recent years, the IP strategy has seen considerable refinements. IP also continues to have greater impacts and appreciation across the business.

    Consequently, this is a highly visible position that presents an opportunity to work in partnership with ARLANXEO’s Chief IP Counsel to:

    • Champion IP as a business strategy tool, connecting with stakeholders to educate and advise on IP matters – supporting high focus areas of innovation in niche areas such as eMobility and Sustainability.
    • Become part of a small but agile, highly professional inhouse team, in which you will be able to foster innovation and support the direction of a leading multinational enterprise.
    • Become a true expert in a designated business and to have the ownership, independence and visibility to manage relationships across the entire value chain.

    ARLANXEO is looking for an experienced European Patent Attorney who has a background in Chemistry – with Polymer Chemistry being of particular interest. The right candidate for this role must be enthusiastic about the integration of IP matters with broader business aims; and must be passionate to educate colleagues on IP matters, refine policies and procedures, and strategically manage ARLANXEO’s IP portfolio.

    If you are interested in a senior role offering autonomy and visibility, and you have the dedication and self-awareness to play an integral role in both the IP and commercial future of multi-national company, then ARLANXEO would like to hear from you. 

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    Location: Cologne/Dormagen, Germany

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