Lord Alan Sugar and Ricky Martin are expanding their scientific recruitment company Hyper Recruitment Solution (HRS). They are looking to develop the next generation of highly specialised and professional recruitment consultants. To do so HRS are inviting recent graduates from a number of scientific disciplines to get in touch to be considered for a job in their business.
The successful applicants will be working alongside Ricky Martin who is a Biochemist / Member of the Royal Society of Chemistry / Qualified Recruiter and who has extensive experience in science recruitment. This will provide a graduate with an ideal opportunity to learn from somebody who knows this space very well. Not to mention someone who has himself been through a very extensive and thorough recruitment / interview process with Lord Sugar to secure investment to set up HRS.
HRS are not looking for generalist recruiters to work in a specialised field as they are looking to provide a truly consultative service. This is why the decision has been made to provide time, resource and expertise to invest in to bringing along highly professional and knowledgeable recruiters.
As assessment day will be held at the head office of HRS (Amshold House) where selected graduates will be asked to participate in a range of exercises to access their potential.
After becoming the winner of the Apprentice it looks like Ricky Martin himself is now looking for his own apprentices.
On Wednesday 10th October at 10:00 Hyper Recruitment Solutions (HRS) are participating in an online chemical sciences event run by the Royal Society of Chemistry (RSC) - Chem Careers 2012. This is an event focused on showing people the different career options on offer regardless of what stage in your career you are at. Ricky Martin (Managing Director of HRS) will be available from 10:00 during the RSC's live chat session where three employers are asked the question by participants of the event - How do I get in the door?
As somebody who is a member of the RSC, experience in recruiting across this field for many years and now a business owner himself, Ricky is the ideal person from HRS to do so. Interesting he also exhibited at 3 of the live Chem Careers events at Birmingham's NEC from 2006 - 2009. So he knows the event well and the topic of conversation in detail.
So whether you are interested in finding our how to stand out, where to go to find your perfect job in science or what applications a scientist can look at with their career. This is a perfect chance to ask somebody who knows the field well and is fully behind supporting scientists in their career options.
For more information on advice on CVs, interviews and working with a recruitment agency please do visit the Hyper Recruitment Solutions Website at www.hyperec.com
For more information on the Chem Careers event please visit http://my.rsc.org/chemcareers
HRS are supporting the science community to offer a highly compliant and specialist recruitment service to any jobs sectors. We offer science jobs at scientific companies and alos science positions for non science companies. Whatever your ideal career options would be HRS are well connected across the industry.
I am happy to confirm that on behalf of Hyper Recruitment Solutions (HRS) I will be in attendance at the 9th Annual bioProcessUK Conference. This is based around the theme “Accelerating Novel Therapies” and will be on November 28th - 29th in Bristol, UK.
As a part of our companies commitment to promoting and supporting the Science & Life Science communities we intend to regularly be present at a number of the EU's major events. In my opinion this is one which cannot be missed.
From consulting closely with some of the industries top blue chip and SMEs in the field of Bioprocessing I feel that HRS can add value during such conferences. And in return we can ensure our specific industry knowledge of the market is as up to date as possible. HRS offers subject matter experts to all who we recruit for and this is a great example of the lenghts we go to, to ensure this is the case.
This event programme is made up of keynote presentations, four technical workshops and a networking conference dinner. The key aspects are:
- Building capacity in bioprocessing in the UK
- Bioprocessing Research Industry Club (BRIC) as a successful vehicle for delivery of cutting edge research
- How companies drive innovation to improve their global competitiveness
- Technical workshops focusing on aspects of biopharmaceutical development and manufacture
- Case studies on strategic collaboration resulting in successful innovation
For those interested in finding our more about the event then I would encourage you to visit www.bioprocessuk.org
I very much look forward to meeting key parties from the Bioprocess communicty during this event.