Entry Level to Senior Leader in Biotech: Career Women Becoming Fearless Podcast Series Showcases Stories of Career Women Becoming Fearless. Are you looking to move into a leadership position? If [….]
Are you looking to work in the biotech and pharmaceutical industry? Jeff Caskey, a senior life science talent consultant at Workforce Genetics was recently a featured speaker for Johns Hopkins University where he offered practical advice for breaking into the industry.
Emergent Biosolutions Seeks Biomanufacturing Talent for Three Maryland Manufacturing Facilities at Forefront of COVID-19 Battle
Maryland’s leading vaccine manufacturer, Emergent Biosolutions (Emergent) is a global biopharmaceutical company that has become a key player in the BioHealth Capital Region’s (BCHR) fight against COVID-19.
Montgomery College, UMBC & Frederick have kicked off a virtual fall symposium series to highlight the booming Maryland biotech industry and the education and training options available for people interested in biotechnology employment.
Virtual recruiting, remote hiring, and virtual onboarding have become the norm for almost all employers these days, and the life science industry is no exception. Since the pandemic outbreak, talent recruiting and hiring has become a brave new world.
The pandemic has changed daily life so much, so quickly, that it can be hard to see any positive outcomes emerging from this intense disruption to what we used to consider normal.
Leading Vaccine Manufacturer Emergent Biosolutions Searching for Quality Talent for Three Facilities Across Maryland
Emergent BioSolutions is actively hiring for dozens of full-time Quality Control team positions to support a growing portfolio of programs, including several for COVID-19 vaccine candidate production.
The combination of a booming biotech market with an additional surge of hiring by vaccine and diagnostic companies in Maryland has resulted in record-low unemployment and competition for talent at an all-time high.
At BioBuzz, we’ve been beating the proverbial drum about the importance of high-quality, diverse workforce development programming for all skill levels because strong workforce development infrastructure is critical to creating sustainable growth within the BHCR’s life science ecosystem.
Johns Hopkins University’s Biomedical Careers Initiative, a Robust Ph.D. Talent Pipeline for the Region’s Life Science Industry
For Ph.D. students, deciding to leave the familiar environment of academia to pursue a career in the industry can be daunting. Often, Ph.D. students are so engrossed in their academic work they are simply unsure of what non-academic opportunities are out there and don’t know how to explore or test these options.