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Leader with over 20 years in the Pharmaceutical industry with experience in Research Discovery and within Quality Operations.

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We at Professional Recruiter Associates are dedicated to matching the right employees to our ever expanding client base. Our seasoned executive search consultants specialize in finding the perfect candidate for those “hard to fill” positions, where a very limited number of people are capable of doing the job. We take on the responsibility of carefully analyzing not just a resume, but the whole person, in order to determine if a candidate can do the tasks asked for by our client. Our process includes several steps, from initial client contact, to doing our executive search in order to find a potential employee matching the job description, to presenting and placing that candidate within the company. Our executive search consultants fully understand the issues of real business that our clients experience on a daily basis. Our added value is that we know your industry and approach assignments from a clear business perspective.


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