Specialized Areas

Life Science Recruitment Agency has been providing recruitment services to the life science industry for many years and has built a reputation for being one of the leading agencies in this field.

We understand that finding the right talent for your organization can be a challenging task, particularly in the life science industry where specialized skills are required. That’s why we have developed a team of experienced recruitment consultants who specialize in recruiting for the following areas:

Clinical Operations

( Clin Ops ) refer to the activities that support the clinical trial process from start-up to close out. Clinical operation roles include Clinical Operations Directors, Project Managers, Clinical Trial Managers, Clinical Research Associates/ Trial Monitors, and Clinical Trial Assistants.

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Research and Development

The research and development stage are the first and arguably most pivotal stage of any product life cycle. Particularly in life sciences, it is where an upcoming project can either gain a boost and momentum, but also could be discontinued to nothing if it proves unviable or unproductive.

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For life sciences manufacturers, successful implementation and coordination of Quality Assurance and Quality Control are crucial to success. Creating processes that result in a consistent flow of high-quality, defect-free products results in a win for all stakeholders. Managing QA and QC within a seamless QMS ensures that processes and products are subject to comprehensive management with positive outcomes.

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Regulatory and Compliance

The life sciences industry continue to face unprecedented challenges and increasing regulatory scrutiny. Globalization, increasing transparency expectations, accelerated digitalization, and constant evolving needs of customers are key factors that are impacting companies’ approach to regulatory and compliance.

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Life science engineering concerns the application of engineering principles and practices to living organisms and is used in areas such as stem cell engineering, biochips and biosensors, and molecular biocomputing.

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Biometrics is the automated recognition of individuals based on their behavioral and biological characteristics. For example, fingerprint mapping, facial recognition, and retina scans are all forms of biometric technology.

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Manufacturing and Production

The fast emergence and advancement of biologics, more widely distributed supply chains and the increasing complexity of industry regulations creates many challenges for modern Life Science manufacturers.

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Contract development and manufacturing organizations (CDMOs) play a central role in the production of medicines today.

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Today’s talent shortage amongst CMOs and CROs is compounded by the fact that the ability to gain relevant industry experience far under paces industry growth.

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