Join this webinar to learn about resourcing models that support analytical laboratories.
Pharmaceutical and biopharmaceutical companies are working on increasingly complex projects for ever-changing supply chains. This requires resilience, agility, and of course, having appropriate scientific resources in place. Organizations within the life sciences sector must therefore adopt agile, scalable resourcing models to cope with today’s demands.
This webinar will examine the current resourcing challenges that pharmaceutical and biopharmaceutical companies are facing. It will then explore resourcing models that support businesses to allow them to focus on their core business and therefore maximize their output.
- Challenges within the scientific recruitment sector
- Solutions to enable resilience and agility within your scientific workforce
- Insights and examples of managing through times of disruption from recent project examples
Mark Glass, Head of Business Development EU
Mark manages Scientific Insourcing for the life sciences sector at SGS, which operates globally to deliver insourced resource solutions into client environments to support GxP managed services.
Mark has worked in the pharmaceutical industry for over 20 years. After completing post graduate study at the University of London he worked in Europe and the USA as a Study Director, before moving into a range of commercial and operational roles, which include the establishment of insourcing and functional service provision solutions for pharmaceutical clients globally.
Neesha Harji, Global Recruitment Consultant
Neesha (BA (hons) in Marketing) has over 10 years’ experience in recruitment. At SGS, Neesha is responsible for various types of sourcing and elements of the recruitment life cycle, from head hunting to managing high volume and/or hard-to-fill technical and non-technical positions, conducting in-depth interviews to assess candidates’ experience/capabilities and ensuring they meet client requirements and expectations.
For further information, please contact:
Global Marketing Manager
t: +44 (0) 121 541 4748