Want to get into product characterisation but don’t know where to start? You’re in luck. We’ve got everything in place to get you the perfect job.
We’re Xplore Life Science, and we’re experts in recruitment for the life science and pharmaceutical industries. It’s taken a lot of time and a lot of hard work, but we’ve managed to build up an extensive network of clients in life sciences and pharmaceuticals. Some of these clients solely rely on us to supply them with their talent, seeing as we’ve had such a good track record in the past of providing perfect matches. When you join the Xplore Life Science talent pool, we’ll put you forward to these clients.
Unlike some other recruitment agencies, we don’t just move you around like some sort of commodity either. We take the time to get to know you as a person and as professional, which allows us to put you forward to more suitable jobs. We’ll ask you questions about your interests and aspirations and match you with the organisations that share your ideas. Our candidates have told us it feels great to be able to sit down and discuss their career goals with a recruitment expert. Our clients also appreciate the fact that their talent is already so attuned to their ideals, beliefs, and practices. In short, our candidates are happy because they find their perfect job, while our clients are happy because job retention is higher. As far as we see it, everyone wins.
If you’re unsure what product characterisation involves, we’ve done our own research through talking to clients to make sure we’re up to speed. As you may or may not know, product characterisation is essentially the foundation for the success of drug development. Product characterisation has come a long way in recent years, and we’ve seen it change ourselves. In the modern world of biologics, drug developers are implementing advanced analytics earlier in development. If you want to work in product characterisation, you’ll to learn about a drug’s chemical structure and biological activities to speed up process design. This ensures the drug is safe, pure, and potent.
One key part of product characterisation is understanding the difference between physicochemical profiles and biological activity and how this affects the drug’s clinical performance, which will enable developers to accelerate development and lower the overall risk through the product’s lifecycle.
It’s a truism that the job market is ultra-competitive, but, the sooner you get in touch, the more likely you are to beat the competition and get your perfect job.
As we’ve already said, we can bypass some of the competition through our strong relationships with our clients who only want talent from our pool, but we can only do so much. Now it’s down to you. If you’re interested in product characterisation jobs, get in touch now. Drop us a line, apply to one of our jobs, or send us an email to get things moving.