The HireLifeScience.com Career Fair 2016

Organization
HireLifeScience.com
Job Location
Edison, NJ 08837
Job Description

Register to attend at: http://www.hirelifescience.com/career/

On September 27, 2016 HireLifeScience.com will be hosting our annual HireLifeScience.com Career Fair. The HireLifeScience.com Career Fair 2016 will take place at Raritan Center - New Jersey Convention & Exposition Center in Edison, NJ. There will be no recruiting agencies participating in this event, making it one of the few times candidates will meet exclusively with direct employers from the life science industries. This means direct access with the exact contacts that will do the interviewing and no middle men! 

Exhibiting Companies:
Novo Nordisk, Inc. ***Platinum Sponsor***
Merck & Co. *Silver Sponsor*
Covance *Silver Sponsor*
AstraZeneca *Silver Sponsor*
MedImmune
Acorda Therapeutics
Medidata Solutions
AuroLife Pharma, Inc.
NYU Langone Medical Center
Daiichi Sankyo
Allergan
Catalent Pharma Solutions
Teva Pharmaceuticals
Intergrated Project Management Company
SUN Pharma
Sollers, Inc.
Yale University Staffing & Career Development
More to come...

Required qualifications to attend:

Attendance is free. Candidates must possess a 4 year life science related degree and 2 years professional experience working for a Life Science related company. You may pre-register for the event at http://www.hirelifescience.com/career/. An invitation to attend will be sent if the minimum qualifications are met.

A general overview of job categories companies will be hiring for:
-Bioinformatics
-Clinical Research
-Laboratory
-Manufacturing
-Medical Device
-Regulatory Affairs
-Research & Development
-Pharmaceutical/Medical Device Sales & Marketing
-Pharmaceutical IT
and more...

How to Apply

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