Careers Advice

  • Here's a list of Pharma and life science companies hiring in June on PharmiWeb.jobs
  • What does a brand manager do in a pharmaceutical company?
  • A large proportion of major companies now use automated application filtering - so how can you get past the robot gatekeeper when you apply for a job?
  • Because English is such a complex language, it is fraught with traps that we can all fall into. With this list I hope to clear up at least a few of the confusing words we use every day. This is a list of some of the more common errors people make with English within their CV.
  • You’ve assessed your strengths and weaknesses, set your career and life goals and prepared your CV to ensure you market yourself in the best possible way.
  • In today’s pharmaceutical industry, the variety of careers and roles is greater than ever before. But with the number of high quality candidates also increasing, proper preparation of your job search
  • Well, you’ve done it – you’ve been selected for the all-important interview for your dream job in the pharmaceutical industry! But does the thought of it fill you with adrenaline and a sense of challenge or fear and a sense of nausea?! The key to successful interviewing is in the planning - read ...
  • Clinical Project Manager - Direct the activities of workers engaged in clinical research projects to ensure compliance with protocols and overall clinical objectives. Plan, direct, or coordinate clinical research projects. May also evaluate and analyse clinical data.
  • However you do it, you need to keep track of your job applications. It doesn't matter if it's an index card, a dedicated notebook, sticky notes on your wall, or some sophisticated tool on your smartphone. If you don't keep track, you're not really showing that you're dedicated to finding a new job.
  • A role as a medical sales rep is difficult to land, but with determination, persistence and a little advice from us, you too could soon be warming a seat in a GPs waiting room.
  • Redundancy – meaning a position of employment is no longer tenable – is a traumatic experience. It is possibly one of the most devastating events you’ll have to go through in your career but one that is becoming all too frequent across the industry.
  • Caution: Your CV is your personal data. My advice as a recruiter, with many years experience in the clinical research industry, would be to take care where you send your CV and make sure your data is treated with the respect it deserves! The important thing is to be selective.
  • Personality tests are commonly at interviews to calculate your personality "Type". It is likely that you will be faced with one during your career.
  • Moving on inexorably carries with it the promise of ‘the farewell speech’...
  • The job of a medical sales rep. (drug rep, pharmaceutical sales rep) can be an exciting and rewarding one. So what can you do to get a job in this dynamic field?
  • A great summary of points to remember when writing your job application covering letter.
  • Ten simple points to remember when writing a great CV. Your CV is the first point of contact between you and a prospective new employer. It is unlikely that the reader will know anything about you except what’s in the CV – so try to see it from their perspective.
  • If you are new to using PharmiWeb.com to find a new job, you'll soon realise that we have thousands of jobs listed and that they change every day. This means you may initially find the task a bit daunting. However, it’s not really that hard, and with a bit of thought, you will soon be asking why ...
  • Eye Contact During an Interview. This is equally important to both candidates and recruiters!
  • We are all used to being told to "blow our own trumpets" in an interview situation and extolling things like our skills, our experience, our knowledge. But while these might be great things to shout about, have you ever thought about the things that STOP you getting that perfect job or even that ...