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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  • Recruiting for 3 Life Science Jobs

    Clark Executive Search is searching for a Director, Translational Medicine for a large pharma. The candidate must have a MD or a MD, PhD and at least 5 years experience with translational medicine, especially in neurology. We also have two formulation positions for a small company looking to grow. Both positions require a PhD. Scientist I and II, so experience from 3 -8 […]

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  • The Importance of Thank You Notes

    Thank you notes are an important key to job success and should be used more often by candidates seeking jobs, those marketing for new business, and anyone who wants to impress his boss and colleagues. I am talking about hand written notes, not emails. A written thank you note shows the recipient that you care enough to take a bit more […]

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  • Review: “Vault Career Guide to Pharmaceuticals and Biotech”

    The “Vault Career Guide to Pharmaceuticals and Biotech” by Andrew Morkes is a well-written introduction to the pharmaceutical and biotechnology industry for those who are thinking about a career in the industry. It is written for the layperson, especially those who don’t know much about what goes on in pharma and biotech companies. It will […]

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