The average pay for an Intellectual Property (IP) Manager with Data Management skills is $16.38 per hour.
The average pay for an Intellectual Property (IP) Manager with Data Management skills is $88,049 per year.
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|Bonus||$1,021 - $12,723|
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|$40,851 - $132,732|
Job Description for Intellectual Property (IP) Manager
Almost all businesses, big and small, constantly create intellectual property; new technology, software, and writers are a good example of this. Businesses need an intellectual property (IP) manager to handle things such as employee contracts and filing patents, and a range of skills may be necessary for this position.Read More...
IP managers must understand management as well as procedure, and strong knowledge of patent and trademark laws is important in this position. Most PI managers have a degree in law or business, and they are often employed by companies which make their own unique products or artistic works. These managers must ensure that patents are registered promptly and protect intellectual properties, security, trademark laws, and payments, as well as establish company policies. They must be detail-oriented and have research skills, and evaluating software and copyright disclosures and identifying and reviewing contracts are also part of the job.
A college degree in a business, legal, or technological field is generally required for this position, and courses in patents and trademark laws are highly beneficial. (Copyright 2019 PayScale.com)
- Search, analyze and update patent and trademark validity and rights to use.
- Enter data, track metrics and update confect and resolution status.
- Consult and discuss options for intellectual property documentation, maintenance and application.
- Maintain, update and set security policies for internal intellectual property.
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