Sterling-Hoffman completes Director of Quality search for pharmaceutical company.
PR Log - May 31, 2012 - Sterling-Hoffman announced today that its search for a Director of Quality on behalf of a pharmaceutical company in Pennsylvania is complete.
"It's hard not to be proud of our executive-search practice; recruiting a Director of Quality is a serious endeavor, and they did it lightning fast. We're proud of our recruiters," said a spokesperson for Sterling-Hoffman.
The actual name of the hiring company is being kept confidential, consistent with Sterling-Hoffman's standard business practices though journalists are welcome to call for details.
The global market for pharmaceutical products, biotechnology products, and medical device companies such as drugs, monoclonal antibodies, various therapeutic products, stents, x-ray machines, CT machines, blood sugar meters, artificial limbs and organs, as well as surgical products is among the most competitive industries in the world, yet also expected to be one of the highest potential investment areas open to private equity / venture capital investors. Companies such as Novartis, Pfizer, Boehringer, AstraZeneca, Johnson and Johnson, GlaxoSmithKline, Bayer, Genentech, Eli Lilly, Bristol-Myers, Amgen, Medtronic, Stryker, Boston Scientific, GE Healthcare, Siemens Medical Solutions, Tyco Healthcare, Guidant, B. Bruan, Becton, Dickinson, Zimmer Holdings, and Fresenius are some of the best known companies developing and marketing products in the medical device industry, pharmaceutical industry, and biotechnology industries. Given the rate of growth, careers / job openings related to both products (and services such as clinical research and laboratory testing) that address various health issues in oncology, dermatology, neurology, cardiology, hematology, urology, nephrology, and vaccines are expected to be increasingly lucrative for senior executives over the next 20 years.
Biotechnology Jobs and Pharmaceutical Jobs are two segments of the career market that are projected to continue growing, despite any slowdown in the US economy that might occur.
About Sterling-Hoffman (aka Sterling-Hoffman Life Sciences): Sterling-Hoffman is a retained executive-search firm that represents venture capital firms and their portfolio life sciences companies in matters of high impact talent acquisition, board search, and corporate development. The firm also represents software companies in recruiting CEOs and senior sales / marketing executives, but usually refers job seekers to a job board for software sales jobs. More information can be found at: http://www.sterlinglifesciences.com/
The firm typically refers active job seekers to careers site http://www.mydevicecareer.com/ for Medical Device Jobs or http://www.mybiotechcareer.com/ for jobs in the biotechnology industry or http://www.mypharmacareers.com for jobs in the pharmaceutical industry. The following types of positions can be posted at these sites: clinical research jobs, regulatory affairs jobs, quality assurance jobs, biotechnology sales jobs, pharmaceutical marketing jobs, R&D Jobs or Scientist Jobs, and Drug / API / Pharmaceutical Manufacturing Jobs, medical device engineering jobs, and so on. Recruiters and Employers use these sites to hire life sciences talent.