Searching for a new opportunity can be overwhelming. From cover letters, applications, and interviews, the entire process can last anywhere from a week to months. However, for those in the life sciences industry, it is a job-seekers market as pharma employees are in demand.
If you are looking to advance your life sciences career, start with setting a goal.
Precision Talent Group, LLC, and its subsidiaries Precision Life Sciences and Precision Healthcare, a leading provider of recruiting and staffing services, announced today the promotion of Joseph Grande, MBA to Chief Operating Officer.
A great resume can capture the attention of a recruiter or hiring manager and help you stand out from other applicants. The goal is to deliver an easily scannable document that allows employers to quickly see why you’re a good fit for the job.
Reading blogs is a great way to explore nuances of the life science industry, however, chances are you don’t have a lot of free time to digest the latest news and information. If you’re looking for some up-to-date scientific information, or just want to browse, we have compiled a list of the some of the best blogs to consider subscribing to.
Life Science recruitment professionals, such as those at Precision Life Sciences, devote themselves to becoming experts in a specific field of Life Sciences recruitment. LinkedIn is often the first step in finding you, utilizing a profile search with the most pertinent and effective experience, that can result in an opportunity that best suits your career objectives.
Developing and managing a contingent workforce can require considerable time without the right partner—a partner that can take on the rigorous work of sourcing and qualifying candidates around specific skillsets.
Utilizing a contractor is a great alternative for short-term, interim, or flexible staffing needs, which may be an ideal solution given a company’s circumstances.
Do you have employment gaps on your resumé? Resume gaps happen and it is okay to have one, especially in these times, things have changed and employers are more prone to disregard them, but it’s all in how you present to either recruiters or hiring managers.
Although there are some scenarios where applying directly may be appropriate, in most cases working with a Life Science recruiter will prove more valuable to you in moving through the process.