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Daniel Smart

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How to answer competency-based interview questions

Posted by Daniel Smart

18/08/14 08:31

At some point in your life sciences career you are likely to be interviewed by someone using competency-based questioning. Understanding the methods and reasoning behind competency-based qestioning will enable you to give strong and effective answers.

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Topics: Interviews, Career advice

How to network for jobs in the pharmaceutical industry

Posted by Daniel Smart

11/08/14 10:46

Establishing a professional network is one of the most important aspects of career development within the life sciences sector. Making good connections and being known by those who are involved with recruiting for jobs at pharmaceutical companies can support your job applications and increase the likelyhood that you will be headhunted for new roles in the future.

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Topics: Career advice, Networking

10 good reasons why you should still apply for life sciences jobs

Posted by Daniel Smart

21/07/14 08:16

Although there are several ways to go about finding a new job in the life sciences sector, many people choose to respond to job adverts. Despite being frustrating at times, applying to advertised vacancies really can get you a new job.

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Topics: Career advice, Applying for jobs, Top 10 blog

10 good reasons not to apply for life science jobs

Posted by Daniel Smart

14/07/14 17:45

If you are a professional in the life sciences industry and looking to move jobs, either right now or in the future, applying to job adverts is probably not be the best way to do it.
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Topics: Career advice, Applying for jobs, Top 10 blog

Limited or umbrella? The pros and cons

Posted by Daniel Smart

06/05/14 16:24

As a recruitment agency that deals in contract jobs, we’re often asked which is better, an umbrella company or a limited company? Here we weigh up the pros and cons of each to help you decide which is right for you.

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Topics: Limited Vs Umbrella, Contracting