- Legal and Compliance
- Clinical Development
- Clinical Operations
- Medical Communications
- Medical Affairs
Turning ideas into innovations, research and development is the lifeblood of the life sciences industry.
Legal and Compliance
When the industry is being asked to innovate at an unimaginable scale, it pays to have access to the best legal, regulatory and compliance talent.
A career for those who strive to advance scientific knowledge for the benefit of all.
Be part of a global team that manages the success of 300,000 clinical trials every day.
From product launch and marketing to sales and market access, help world-changing companies get more bang for their buck.
Roll up! Roll up! Read all about it! Keep up-to-date with cutting-edge developments in the industry, while educating the public.
Putting a face to a global corporation, medical affairs professionals are the bridge between science and commerce.
From cloud-based data management to smart robots, quality is unlocking new tools to respond to rapid medical advancements.
From increased scrutiny of data integrity to a changing political landscape, regulatory teams keep companies up-to-date with change.
For over 170 years, healthcare professionals have monitored medicals products in the market to ensure public safety.
Enter the future of healthcare. When they are at their most vulnerable, biometrics helps keep patient records safe and secure.
- Medical Director Clinical Development- Hepatology
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A mid-sized Massachusetts pharmaceutical company focused on advancing the treatment of GI disease...
- QA Specialist
- Negotiable, Chicago
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- GxP Senior Specialist
- Negotiable, Columbus
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- Business Development Manager
- Negotiable, China
Location: Shanghai / Beijing / Guangzhou 地点：上海 、 北京 、 广州 A global Clinical Research Organisation ...
- Quality Manager
- Negotiable, Berlin
Quality Manager - Berlin Our client is a 20+ years established medical device company who are HQ'...
- Senior Manager, Medical Information and Review
- US$140000 - US$160000 per annum, Boston
Senior Manager, Medical Information and Review, Medical Affairs Our team is currently working wit...
- Senior Manager, HEOR
- US$150000 - US$160000 per annum, San Diego
Title: Health Economics & Outcomes Research (HEOR) Senior Manager Salary: 155-160K Summary: An Am...
- Senior Account Executive
- Negotiable, United States of America
You will: Manage digital and social initiatives on behalf of healthcare brands Support operationa...
- Late Phase QA Manager
- Negotiable, Eugene
Late Phase Quality Assurance Manager A leading pharmaceutical & biotechnology company has an open...
Reimagine the Future Through Talent
With a rapidly evolving business climate on the horizon, how can firms be agile, innovative, and sharpen their operational capabilities to remain at the competitive edge of Life Sciences? It begins by reimagining the future through talent.
Job Confidence Index Report 2021
The unprecedented global pandemic certainly gripped the Life Sciences industry. Pharmaceutical, healthcare, and biotech companies have been at the front line of managing the crisis. While vaccine manufacturing and virus testing brought the prospect of light at the end of a dark tunnel, the fundamentals of how to compete for talent in this new landscape are a bottleneck facing Life Sciences organizations today. In a post-pandemic business climate that is plentiful in opportunity, coupled with the competitive market for high caliber talent, it is crucial for Life Sciences companies to understand how to attract, retain, and secure talent in a candidate-driven market. The annual EPM Scientific Global Job Confidence Index 2021 surveyed an industry-leading network of over 900 Life Sciences professionals from around the world. The index captures the sentiments of the labor market, their confidence in the economy, finding or retaining a job, job satisfaction, compensation and bonus, flexible working models, relocation, and whether motivation factors in employment have changed.
Navigating the Talent Challenge Post-Pandemic
The special Forbes feature, in partnership with our parent company Phaidon International, raises prominent questions: what are the major factors driving the talent challenge and how can life sciences organizations implement key strategies to weather the approaching talent storm?
The Work-Life Rebalance
How will our choices today affect the future of work? Which path should be taken to ensure work-life balance? At EPM Scientific, these are the questions that have defined our daily conversations with clients, candidates, and our global workforce. Our new report, "The Work-Life Rebalance", offers business leaders another perspective before setting the cornerstone.
How to Avoid a Talent Exodus Post-Pandemic
As businesses prepare to recover and relaunch, high-quality employees are more essential than ever. Yet, the lockdown period has given many workers a new level of clarity about their work-life dynamic. The result could be a talent exodus.
Turn of the Tide: How to Make the Right Hire in a Candidate-Flooded Market
The tide had turned. Now, every job post is met with a flood of responses. Read our guide on how to make the right hire in a candidate-flooded market.
03 Jan 2022
Sourcing the right talent at the right time can prove arduous for any company. But the process b...
Day one of a new role in the pharmaceuticals and life sciences sector is a nerve wracking experi...