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HRS Candidate Account

Here at Hyper Recruitment Solutions, we work with a multitude of top STEM employers to bring you the latest science jobs from all over the UK. In order to apply for those jobs, all you need to do is create a HRS candidate account!

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Upload your CV

Your CV is the first and most important weapon in your job-hunting arsenal, so the first thing we'll encourage you to do when you create a HRS candidate account is upload your CV to our system. This will make it easy for potential employers to see what you have to offer when you start applying for jobs via our website.

If you haven't quite perfected your CV yet, we'd strongly encourage you to take a look at the expert advice on the following pages:


Start applying for jobs

We've got hundreds of vacancies listed on our job search page at any given time, covering such diverse sectors as:

You can browse these jobs and view a description of each one right now, but if you're interested in applying for any of them, you'll need to create a candidate account and upload your CV first.

Once you've started submitting applications, your account will make it easy to keep track of which jobs you've expressed an interest in and whether the employer has responded yet.


Learn from the HRS team

If you tick the appropriate box when you create your candidate account, you will be added to the HRS mailing list, meaning that you'll receive expert advice and insight from the Hyper Recruitment Solutions team via email.

Even if you choose not to join our mailing list, our friendly team of Life Changers will gladly offer advice and assistance to help you find the right job and take that all-important next step in your career.

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Finding a job while pregnant

Trying to find a job while you're expecting a baby can make what is already a fairly stressful time very trying indeed. However, there's no reason why you can't secure a new role during this exciting period of your life - here's some expert advice that we hope will make the job-hunting process as easy possible:

Do I have to disclose that I'm pregnant?

Potential employers are not allowed to ask whether you're planning to have a baby when deciding whether or not to hire you (and if you choose to inform them of your pregnancy, this cannot affect their final decision). According to UK law, you must be given the same consideration as a candidate who is not pregnant.

What should I look for in a new job?

You need to carefully consider how your situation is going to change over the course of your pregnancy and beyond. Important logistical questions include:

  • How flexible are the hours?
  • How will you get to work, and how long will the journey take?
  • Will you need childcare after the baby arrives, and will it be available near your place of work?
If at all possible, you don't want your new job to add too much extra stress to your life at this busy time.

Will I be entitled to parental leave?

Yes - if you are giving birth, you are legally entitled to 26 weeks of statutory leave, regardless of how long you've been in your job or how much you get paid. Whether your employer offers any further maternity leave after this will depend on the company's own policies.

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Contract Workers

In recent years, contract work has grown to be a massively popular option for workers and employers alike. Contracting allows individuals to feel more in control and achieve a better work/life balance while tackling a variety of rewarding new challenges; it also benefits businesses to be able to take on a person with a specific skill set for a short period of time. This is a relatively low-risk option, and contractors can be instrumental in helping an organisation to move forward.

The benefits of hiring a contractor

  • Flexibility - This is probably the primary reason to hire a contractor rather than a permanent employee. A contract worker may be hired on a short-term basis and can move on easily if, for instance, the project is completed early or your budget is cut short. Contractors are ideal for seasonal businesses that peak and trough over the course of a year, and contractors who aren't quite right for your organisation are easier to replace than full-time employees.

  • Efficiency - Sometimes, a looming deadline or pressing assignment may necessitate an influx of new staff to help get the job done on time. Contracting is a great option in such situations; contract workers can be brought in as needed to assist overstretched departments until the workload eases off.

  • Specialised skills - Some projects require a specific/unusual skill set that you don't usually keep on your payroll. Many contractors possess an abundance of experience in niche areas, meaning that businesses don't have to waste time training them - they can hit the ground running from day one. Contractors are likely to be fully licensed and up-to-date with current legislation and market trends, and they tend to be experienced in a number of different areas, enabling them to bring new ideas to the table and give an outsider's perspective on your business.

  • Cutting costs - It may well cost less to hire a highly-qualified contractor for a short period of time than to train up a permanent employee yourself and keep them on the books indefinitely.

Contracting through HRS

The above is a mere sample of the many advantages that come with hiring contractors. Here at Hyper Recruitment Solutions, we help both contractors and businesses to find the right fit quickly and with minimal fuss. Our contractors enjoy a number of benefits, such as quality representation, competitive rates, assistance with finding the best possible roles, and a wide choice of clients ranging from large pharmaceutical companies to small scientific start-ups.

As companies all over the UK (and beyond) continue to realise the benefits of taking on contractors, more and more contracting opportunities will arise.

Whether you are a business looking to offer contract work or a contract worker looking for a new challenge, please contact HRS today for expert assistance.

See our Contracting at HRS page for more information!

Data Scientist Jobs

If you have an analytical mind and are interested in both science and technology, you may well be interested in a job as a data scientist.

Although this industry is competitive, it is also growing and evolving rapidly. This growth means that the field is in constant need of new minds and new talent.

Data scientists translate raw data into useful information that helps with problem solving. This problem solving element is important for all kinds of scientific advancements; using algorithms and machine learning, data scientists make sense of statistics and turn them into useful actions.

At Hyper Recruitment Solutions, we love working with qualified, talented and passionate individuals who want to start rewarding and lucrative careers as data scientists. We are constantly updating our job database with the latest opportunities for data scientists, so be sure to take a look at our current job listings here.

Data scientist jobs can be found in a number of different sectors, including:

  • Scientific Research
  • Healthcare
  • Academia
  • Finance
  • Information Technology
  • Business

If you need any advice on how to land your dream data science job, we would be more than happy to help you. Our recruitment service can help you through any stage of your job seeking process, so if you think you may be interested in any of the opportunities we have listed, please get in touch with us today.

How to Quit Your Job

People leave their jobs for all sorts of reasons - whether it's because of poor management, low morale, or simply feeling like it's time for a change. However, whatever the reason for your departure may be, it's important that you leave your job in a professional manner - it's never wise to burn bridges, especially if you want a good reference from your current employer!

Even if you're happy with your job, and you're leaving on good terms, resigning can be difficult. So, to make it a little easier for you, here are a few tips on how to quit your job gracefully:

Give Plenty of Notice

Most employment contracts state how much notice you must give when you live, and it's important that you abide by this as it gives your employer time to prepare for your departure. However, this may not always be the case; your employer doesn't have to accept the notice you give, and your employment could be terminated immediately.

Write a Resignation Letter

No matter how you feel when resigning, you must write a resignation letter. Writing a resignation letter will help you maintain a positive relationship with your employer while also making it easier for you to move on to your next job.

Keep your resignation letter simple, brief, and as positive as possible - there's no point criticising your employer if it was your choice to leave the company. Offer to help during the transition and afterwards within reason.

Ask for a Letter of Recommendation

Before you leave the company, it's a good ideas to ask for a letter of recommendation from your employer. A good reference from your former boss is important, as your future employment may on rely on this. It's important to get it in writing so you can keep it (unless there is an HR department that keeps a record of all references).

Check All Details & Return Company Property

Find out what benefits and salary you are entitled to receive upon leaving. Make sure you discussed your unused leave and sick pay, and whether you can cash in or roll over your pension plan. and whether you can cash in or roll over your pension plan. Also, if you have taken any property home from work, make sure you return it to your employer - the last thing you want to do is annoy your employer by stealing something that belongs to them.

Inform Your Workmates

Informing your workmates of your departure is important, as they may have to plan ahead to cover you in your absence. However, you should sort out all the details with your managers first, as they may want to inform the other staff themselves.

If you work in the science sector and you're thinking about leaving your job but don't have another job to go to, you may be interested in our recruitment services. Please click here to view our range of job opportunities.