Pre-Clinical & Clinical Recruitment

Interested in working in pre-clinical and clinical drug development? We can help you with that. We’re Xplore Life Science, specialists in recruitment for the life science and pharmaceutical sectors, and we’ve made quite a name for ourselves over the years for supplying the best talent to the top organisations in the industry.

How do we acquire the ‘best talent’? It’s mostly down to our strategy of taking the time to get to know our candidates. If we’re better able to understand you as a person and what you want out of your career, we can match you with more suitable jobs. In this way, all of our talent becomes the ‘best talent’ because we’re able to find out what makes you great in your own way. This approach has been particularly successful with recent graduates who lack work experience, as they need to market themselves in a different way to be able to apply for jobs. Our clients also appreciate our work to supply them with candidates who better match the unique aesthetic or environment of their organisation. You’ll find that all our candidates stay in the jobs we’ve found for them much longer than in other cases because of this.

We’re in a perfect storm in the shift of the employee-employer supply demand curve, which has resulted in a candidate-driven market. That means there’s more power to you. In short, the talent has won the battle. Employers are worried about a talent shortage along with retention issues. Here at Xplore Life Science, we’ll help you navigate the playing field during this unprecedented time.

Pre-Clinical & Clinical

Unlike some other recruitment agencies, we take the time to learn about the industries we’re recruiting for. When you tell us you’re interested in working in pre-clinical and clinical drug development for example, we’ll know the basics of what the job involves, and we’ll also know the mechanisms of the industry.

Pre-clinical and clinical drug development is all about the process of moving drugs from design to clinical trials, which can take 10 to 12 years on average. The fact that it takes this long to develop a drug means there’s a great deal of investment into the process. You can be a part of this with pre-clinical and clinical drug development. The pre-clinical side is vital for finding out the toxicity, efficacy, and pharmacokinetic properties of a drug. The clinical side is the next step in the process, where the trials move to human subjects.

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At Xplore Life Science, we make a point of encouraging potential candidates to get in touch with us even if they’re not sure about what they want. It’s a big part of our job to hold discussions about what you want out of your next job and where your career is heading, so don’t feel guilty about taking up our time with a call. Drop us a line now or send us an email, and we’ll be happy to discuss whatever concerns you have.

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