Danaher Corporation is hiring for the role of Docketing Specialist for its Bengaluru office.
About the Org.
Danaher is a global science and technology innovator committed to helping its customers solve complex challenges and improve the quality of life around the world.
About the Job
The Docketing Specialist is responsible for providing IP docketing services for the Operating Companies across Danaher. The Docketing Clerk will be part of a centralized docketing team and will report directly to the Director, of IP Operations.
- Provide docketing services across multiple jurisdictions to support the patent, trademark, and copyright life cycle.
- Create new matters, update, and maintain the docketing system as a single source of truth for IP assets (incl. invention disclosures, as-filed documents, correspondence (incl. outside counsel, patent offices), instructions, incoming correspondence, etc.)
- Provide data quality checks across the Docketing COE, following country-specific processes ensuring data integrity, identifying gaps in knowledge, and potential efficiency gains through process development.
- Assist in the preparation and creation of reports across the organization.
- Develop an in-depth knowledge of the IP docketing tool by working with the Director and Systems Admin to utilize workflows and available infrastructure to drive efficiencies and standard work.
- Participate in problem-solving processes (PSPs) and utilize Danaher’s Business System (DBS) tools to address repeated issues/missed KPIs.
Preferred Background and Skills
- 2+ years’ experience handling global IP docketing.
- Proficiency in the use of IP docketing tools including IP Folio and Foundation IP.
- Familiarity with US, EP, and foreign patent and trademark law prosecution practices.
- Data-driven, detail-oriented individual.
- Champions continuous improvement to deliver and improve results.
- Ability to prioritize work and align priorities with stakeholders’ needs.
- Ability to positively address change management.
How to Apply?
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