Tired of filling out tedious job applications? Let us do the hard work for you. In fact, due to our wide-ranging network of prestigious clients in the life science and pharmaceutical sectors, there’s not too much hard work to be done. We’ve already done the hard work of building up the network. Now we can sit back and enjoy the fruits of our labour, and we can also share them with you. Our clients are actively in communication with us. They’re literally waiting for us to supply them with the best talent – talent just like you.
We’re Xplore Life Science, recruitment and talent specialists for the life science and pharmaceutical sectors. Over the years, we’ve established ourselves as a key player in the recruitment for these industries. Some of our clients even rely on us solely for their acquisition of talent, which helps us match our candidates more quickly. We’re not just about speed, though. We take the time to get to know our candidates as individuals. Some recruitment agencies may claim that this slows down the overall process, but we’ve found it to be very beneficial in the long run. Despite the fact that we actually enjoy the social side of getting to know you, this strategy helps us to match you with jobs that are more suitable. It means you’re more likely to stay in the job for longer, and we can please you and our clients at the same time.
There are a great number of career options available in pharmaceutical regulatory affairs departments, helping drug companies to gather their pre-clinical and clinical data to be ready for new investigational drug applications. When you break it down, someone in regulatory affairs helps companies submit data to regulators to be able to make a drug safe for the public. A regulatory affairs pharmacist will help companies with strategies to enhance their approval for new drug applications, biologic licenses, or marketing applications.
When a drug is granted approval, regulatory affairs ensure that pharmaceutical companies adhere to promotional rules. If you want to work in regulatory affairs, you need to have a strong understanding of the science combined with the knowledge of the regulatory affairs and compliance regulations in the life science industry.
Our clients are waiting to hear from us, and we’re waiting to hear from you – that’s the process that’s worked so well for us over the years.
If you’re interested in working in regulatory affairs, now’s the time to get in touch. We’ll take the time to discuss your previous experience and qualifications, what you want out of your next job, and what your career goals are. Our candidates have fed back to us that the process of discussing their career goals with an expert is very rewarding and insightful.
Call us, send us an email, or apply for some of our jobs to get the ball rolling.