China IP Policy Director
Intel's Global Government Affairs division carries out the advocacy and lobbying efforts in every market where Intel does business. The organization is responsible for positioning Intel's business as critical infrastructure and leadership as key partners with influential government audiences. Our core priorities include public policy, business support and thought leadership.
As China IP Policy Director, you will join a dynamic global team and be able to immediately and directly enhance Intel's IP policy engagement in China, and thereby helping Intel to shape the evolution of China's IP system to support vibrant innovation ecosystems.
This position is integrated into Intel's China Technical Affairs team and functionally reports to Intel's Global IP Policy Director. It plays a critical role for our team by driving the development and execution of strategic initiatives to effectively contribute Intel's IP policy perspectives and recommendations to local stakeholders and decision makers.
- Assess emerging trends in IP legislation and enforcement, internally advise on associated risks and opportunities for Intel's operations, and develop and execute Intel's strategic and tactical response
- Work with Intel's business units, Intel's legal department and the global IP policy team to define results-oriented objectives for proactive policy engagement projects to support Intel's business growth
- Shape and execute effective action plans towards proactive and reactive policy engagement objectives
- Build trusted relationships and Intel's credibility with the local patent-law community and pertinent government agencies
- Liaise and partner with local industry fellow travellers
- Master's degree in Law from a prestigious university
- Sound understanding of China IP law, with a minimum of 7 years working experience in the China patent-law or patent-policy environment
- Excellent communication skills
- International experience
- Highly proactive and results-driven with proven relationship-building and influencing skills
- Broad pre-existing network and standing in the China patent-law community
- Practical experience with policy making and legislative processes in China, e.g. gained through a prior government relations or public affairs role
- Experience in working with or for large multinational companies, ideally familiarity with the ICT industry