You don't have to make the decision alone. We'll get to know you and your background and help you find the best opportunities that align with your skills and experience in the biotech and life sciences industry.
You’re worth more than you know to the right life science or healthcare company. We'll help you prepare for interviews and give you honest feedback so that you're ready on game day.
Changing careers is a big move! We want to help you put your best foot forward and get everything you can out of this experience. We'll be in your corner throughout the hiring process.
I was very frustrated as a recent Post-Doc and a minority applicant trying to find a great role that matched my research and educational pedigree and I had been burned by several other recruiters. My search consultant at Biotech Partners took the time to listen to my story and not only placed me in a great new role with an awesome company with significant upward mobility but also increased my compensation by over 30%. I was blown away and continue to recommend them to all of my friends!
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