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

  • Recruiters Have Always Had to Sell

    I read this recruiting article, “ Your Future As A Recruiter: You Better Know How to Sell, Because Most of What You Do Today Will Be Done By Technology” by Dr. John Sullivan a while ago and the title bothered me from the start. The article is mostly written for the corporate recruiter and not a […]

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  • Don’t Call a Recruiter for Your Spouse

    This post about having a spouse call instead of yourself for a position will be short. The thought to write about this subject came up the other day when I got an unusual two requests, within an hour, from people calling on behalf of their better halves looking for work. If the person is too […]

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  • A Biotech Recruiter Answers a Job Seeker’s Questions

    Recently I received an email via LinkedIn from a biotech job seeker who wanted to know if I recruited in CA and WA or just in NY where I am located. He is a Research Scientist with a PhD and so falls into my niche of potential candidates. I replied that I do indeed have clients […]

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  • For Pharma Jobs/Biotech Jobs- Always Take Recruiters’ Calls

    When a recruiter calls about some pharma jobs, or biotech jobs as the case might be, it is a good idea to listen to the recruiter and check out the opportunities. You never know where a recruiter’s call will take you. At Clark Executive Search we try to source candidates for particular jobs in biotech […]

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