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Resourcing Strategy

Our resourcing strategy is complex and multi-layered:

  • Because of our consultant’s academic background we have a strong network in this the life sciences in Ireland. We pull on our contacts in Academia, Research, Industry and Hospitals in a very discrete and ethical fashion to represent your company to potential candidates to the highest standard. This is why it is important for us to be immersed in your business so we can represent you in the highest possible regard to the market.

  • In 2008 we embarked on a groundbreaking online strategy, launching our own portfolio of industry recruitment sites including lifescience.ie, pharmaceutical.ie, medicaldevice.ie, and clinicalresearch.ie to name but a few. These websites are exclusive to us and all rank very high in the major search engines for associated search terms. This allows us to attract candidates online that other companies do not have access to. We were recognised in the Sunday Business Post as an innovator in this field of candidate resourcing – view the article here. We use these exclusive resources in addition to the standard online resources used by the industry, giving us a distinct competitive advantage.

  • By working in this field exclusively for the last number of years we have built up a strong database of interested and relevant candidates. We draw on this pool of specialist, screened and qualified candidates as another chain in our armoury of resources.

  • Our social media strategy has being recognised as one of the forerunners in this field of marketing in Ireland. By tapping into this network of latent candidates through blogs, social media networks and online publishing of expert articles in the field of life sciences, we can attract candidates who may not be actively seeking a new career. View our facebook page to see a practicable example of social media resourcing –http://facebook.com/sciencejobs