Whether its working with Pharmaceutical, CRO or Biotech organisations, within the disciplines of Clinical Development, Operations & Outsourcing, Regulatory Affairs, Biometrics, Healthcare, Drug Safety, R&D, Medical Affairs & Communications, QA/QC, Manufacturing & Engineering or Health Economics, SEC Pharma can assist wherever you are looking to hire or work throughout the UK and Europe.
Established in 2000, SEC Pharma consists of a team of European, multi-lingual and highly experienced consultants who each have a background in clinical or scientific disciplines and know their markets extremely well. Our consultants work from two shared hub offices in London and Woking in the UK, however each one has a focus on a particular skill set and specific geography, depending on their technical knowledge, cultural awareness and language skills.
By familiarising ourselves with individual candidate skill sets and personalities, as well as our client’s specific business requirements and cultures, we guarantee we can match jobseekers with client roles – ensuring both organisation and individual can work to their full potential, wherever they are located. We have successfully recruited in Belgium, UK, Netherlands, France, Germany, Switzerland, Spain, Italy, Poland, Denmark, Sweden and Norway.
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Permanent Vacancies RiseMarch 10, 2014 - Permanent appointments rise at strongest rate in almost four years: Recruitment consultants signalled the fastest growth of permanent staff appointments in almost four years during February. However, temporary staff billings increased at the slowest pace in three months. February data indicated a further marked rise in vacancies. For more information please visit: The
UK Jobless Rate Shows Surprise IncreaseFebruary 20, 2014 - According to Reuters, Britain’s jobless rate edged up unexpectedly for the first time in nearly a year, just a week after its previously rapid fall had forced the Bank of England to stress that it was in no rush to raise interest rates. Last week the Bank demoted the unemployment rate from its central role