Biotech talent from the manufacturing floor and the lab to senior managers and c-suite executives are scarce. Talent managers and recruiters are fighting tooth and nail to attract, hire, and retain the right candidates for key positions. If you’re a passive or an active life sciences job seeker, this imbalance between job openings and qualified candidates means you’re in the driver’s seat, not only when it comes to securing your next dream opportunity, but also in the leverage you hold when negotiating your next employment contract.
Biohealth professionals discussed the importance of recruitment and retention — and the effects location and resources can have on them — at the annual BioHealth Capital Region Forum. Front and center discussion focused on diversity, opening space in more urban areas, and providing employees with a company mission they can get behind.
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UMBC-Scientific Bioprocessing, Inc. Collaboration Sparks Idea to Create More Hands-On Biotech Experience for Students
At the University of Maryland, Baltimore County (UMBC), Dr. Annica Wayman, Associate Dean for Shady Grove Affairs in the College of Natural and Mathematical Sciences, is seeking industry partners to support the launch of a new undergraduate degree program for UMBC students that would provide real-world, hands-on biotech experience.
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.
How Diversity has Helped to Make Maryland the Land of Opportunity and one of the best states to live in America.
Chris Frew, Founder and CEO of Workforce Genetics, LLC and BioBuzz Media joins Rich Bendis as guest on BioTalk Podcast.
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Hiring During a Biotech Boom: The Talent Challenges Facing Companies Across All Markets and Top Biotech Clusters