Pharma’s Recruitment Practices Are About to Change

Pharma’s Recruitment Practices Are About to Change

Are You Ready for Talent Acquisition 2.0?

The pharmaceutical industry’s approach to recruitment is demanding change, as employers battle to succeed in their continuous pursuit of the sector’s top talent. Roles are becoming more specialized, competition fiercer and the routes to engagement with candidates increasingly fragmented.

Let’s face it: those generic, giant job posting boards are far removed from the science and complexities of the pharma industry. Even the pharma-focused job boards come up short when it comes to being deeply immersed in the ongoing advancements and unique business challenges of the pharma, biotech, medical device industries.

As those tasked with the challenge of recruiting pharma’s top talent know all too well, the best candidates may not be actively looking for new roles; this, however, doesn’t mean that they are not open to exploring new opportunities. One thing is certain, the best candidates will be those committed to personal development and advancement.

Xtalks Job Search will resolve this disconnect. The custom-built platform caters to both active job seekers and those highly talented employees, who are curious about the best way to further advance their careers.

Boasting a highly engaged community of tens of thousands of life science professionals, Xtalks’ new Job Search platform will provide employers and recruitment agencies with access to a much-needed, untapped talent pool.

Xtalks Job Search offers the industry’s most granular job search criteria functionality, empowering pharma/biotech/medical device candidates to better match their individual expertise with the needs of employers challenged to fill increasingly specialized roles.

As we roll out Xtalks Job Search, the initial focus will be around positions within the clinical trials sphere with the whole gamut of life science positions coming on-stream shortly thereafter.

We are therefore pleased to offer a limited number of employers the opportunity to post their first clinical trial jobs on a complimentary basis.