An exciting contract opportunity has opened up with a globally renowned big pharmaceutical organisation in Cambridge, my client is seeking a Regulatory CMC Analyst. The core aim of the role...
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Research and development play a crucial role in the design and production of a wide variety of products. Within the pharmaceutical industry, it helps to ensure products are not only safe, but going to function in the way they are supposed to. Whether it’s pain killers and antibiotics or medical devices, they all need focused and fact-driven research and development.
Do you like being involved in the production of something from the start, having an input in the design and development? Maybe you are interested in finding available pharmaceutical R&D jobs. If you are, then you’ve come to the right place.
Xplore Life Science is one of the leading life sciences and pharmaceutical sector recruitment agencies in the country. We operate in the UK from our London-based headquarters, but we have a more worldwide reach, thanks to offices based in Switzerland and a number of key locations across the United States. So, if you are looking for pharmaceutical R&D jobs working with an international company or organisation, we have the experience and network of clients to get you there.
To get the ball rolling on a career in the pharmaceutical industry in the world of research and development, you need to apply to our agency. Our pharmaceutical R&D jobs application process may be somewhat difference from what you’ve experienced in the past.
It goes without saying that your academic achievements and any work experience you have as well as skills you’ve developed along the way, will be incredibly helpful with your application for any position. However, as we are a very people-focused agency, we want to look beyond the facts and figures of your CV and discuss your personality. Your goals, hopes, likes and dislikes, whether you are a good team leader or team member, are all important for helping us identify your core strengths.
If you want us to be your chief advocate when approaching our clients when they have available pharmaceutical R&D jobs, we need to know what separates you from the herd. Once we know that we can help you find the company that is the best fit for you with a position that suits you.
Why give it any more thought? Contact us today, either by email, telephone or by simply uploading your CV using the instructions on this website. One of our team of highly experienced recruiters will be in contact with you as soon as possible.