A life science recruiter's blog on placing R&D professionals.

  • The Differences Working for Biotech vs. Pharma Review

    The other day I was interviewed by author Mark Terry for Biospace and today I just read his article, ” Biotech vs.Pharma: Which is the Better Place to Work?” The piece is well written and very informative on a subject that confuses many people. I touched on the subject in a previous post, “Pharmaceutical Recruiting vs. Biotechnology Recruiting: […]

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  • Book Review: Devoured by Sophie Egan

    I have a great interest in science as well as nutrition. I try to eat healthily, but realize sometimes the cards are stacked against me. Food companies are famous for tempting us with all kinds of new recipes and restaurants will present food in the most appetizing way. So I was interested in Sophie Egan’s […]

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  • VP Searches in Quality, Manufacturing, and Process Development

    Clark Executive Search has been retained to fill several VP positions for a biologics client in China.The company is well financed and growing. They are looking for Western trained professionals with 10-15 years of experience in their fields. Although not required, it is probably necessary to speak Chinese. Specifically we are recruiting for: Vice President, Quality Vice President, […]

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  • Recruiting for an Antibody Scientist Position

    1/15/2016  Clark Executive Search has been retained to find a PhD scientist with expertise in antibodies. Candidate will conceive new products for development by the Product Development Department. Briefly, requirements are 5 years minimum experience past postdoc; protein purification and conjugation techniques experience; immunoaffinity purification experience would be a plus; knowledge of monoclonal antibody production. 5/10/16: Update: this […]

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