Our latest industry analytics report features analysis on the digital sector within the life sciences industry. Clinical Professionals Divisional Manager (Commercial), Thomas Hancox comments on the findings: “The landscape of digital is changing across the world and it is well known amongst the industry’s top professionals that pharma has lacked the freedom within the digital
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An International Life Science Staffing Business
Clinical Professionals is an International pharmaceutical research and development recruitment company, with a focus on job placement in the scientific, pharmacology, clinical development and post approval services. We are dedicated to staffing in the Pharmaceutical, Biotechnology, Devices and CRO industries. Our client portfolio includes global leaders in pharmaceutical development and clinical research, whilst our expertise encompasses a wide remit of life science job sectors, including dedicated teams within clinical research, drug safety and pharmacovigilance jobs, medical communications jobs, QA/QC jobs, regulatory affairs jobs and medical affairs jobs. Clinical Professionals always provides candidates and clients with services of the highest ethical standards.
As a International life science staffing agency, Clinical Professionals offer a unique array of services which include “Pipeline Watch” – our advisory consultation programme which is free for candidates, as well as our “Talent Tracker” service – a tracking database that lets us identify as well as track candidates that matches clients staffing needs in the future.
Clinical Professionals have now been successfully running the Graduate Training Academy for 2 years, which identifies, fully funds and trains the most talented Life Sciences University Graduates within the UK and places them into their first to industry role.
Clinical Professionals provide the candidates and client alike with the consultative approach of a specialist staffing organisation combined with the International coverage of an industry leading supplier. We provide our clients and candidates with unrivalled specialist understanding, knowledge and experience in the staffing needs of the life sciences industry.
Specialist Pharmaceutical Jobs Sectors
Clinical Professionals provide jobs within the Life Science community, being the most effective International online pharmaceutical jobs and careers management company in the pharmaceutical, clinical research, medical device, biotech and health care industries. Each of our consultants are strategically aligned to one of these specialist sectors which means that job seekers are assured they are working with consultants who have in-depth role and job knowledge and are experts at placing individuals in their chosen pharmaceutical job sector. Clinical Professional recruits for various clinical jobs including Pharmacovigilance, Regulatory Affairs, Biometrics, Health Economics, Medical Communication, Scientific and Medical Information.
Committed to improving the lives of patients by connecting talented professionals to the life science industry.
Clinical Professionals are affiliate members of APSCo
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