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Job offers in Life Sciences in Switzerland
Switzerland is internationally renowned for its expertise in biotechnology, medical technology (medical devices) and pharmaceuticals, which is why a number of companies in these industries are developing their operations in this country or are planning to set up business here. With the requirements of these organisations in mind and in response to growing demand for help with recruiting scientific staff in the life sciences sector, Manpower has developed a core team of consultants with scientific backgrounds to provide support in your search for personnel.
Recruiting qualified professionals with specialist expertise in biotechnology, medical devices, cosmetics, clinical research or the chemical and pharmaceutical industries requires both experience in the field of science and in-depth knowledge of this environment, as well as strong HR and recruitment skills. That’s why we make sure the consultants we employ to source scientific staff also have a background in science, as well as access to the networks needed to target the most suitable candidates in Switzerland and abroad.
Federal Vocational Education and Training (VET) Diploma, Bachelor of Science (BSc), Master of Science (MSc), Doctorate (PhD), Engineer,
Engineer/chemist, Laboratory assistant, Laboratory technician (biology), Laboratory technician (chemistry), Chemical operator, Regulatory affairs specialist, Specialist in validation and certification, Quality assurance and control manager, Cleanroom operator, Chemist, Etc.
Please note: Although the professions listed are given in the masculine form, they are practiced by both men and women, regardless of gender.
Training and advanced training for the life sciences industry
It is important to keep fully up to date with all the latest developments in your own field in order to work professionally and efficiently. Manpower is very aware of this. That’s why we make sure that our employees have the opportunity to take part in training, whether online or classroom-based, or to take advantage of the advanced training fund available to temporary workers to help them work towards professional certification.