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At Scientific Professionals we are committed to finding the best talent within the scientific marketplace. Our candidates play a key role in developing cutting-edge treatments, diagnostics and future therapies.

Our experience spans the full product life cycle - from innovation to manufacturing - and guarantees an in-depth understanding of both client and candidate requirements. Additionally we have expert knowledge of the Regulatory sector with first hand knowledge of GMP, ISO and FDA guidelines at all levels. Mirroring the dynamics of this marketplace our consultants work quickly and efficiently to identify and assess the right person, at the right time, in the right location.

Scientific Professionals have the capability and resource to cover key markets throughout Europe, and with our country specific consultant teams we have unrivaled access to Local Market Knowledge and Country Specific Networks, a structure which reduces lead times and guarantees a rapid and effective service.

Our teams are comprised of Senior Consultants who have acquired degree level qualifications in Scientific or Engineering disciplines and have a wealth of experience in recruiting for roles at all levels within the Scientific and Engineering sectors.

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