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Registration Now Open for Elite Life Science Career Fair
Date:4/3/2013

ALLENTOWN, N.J., April 3, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- HireLifeScience.com, the premier career networking website for the Life Science industries, will host its 4th annual career fair at The NJ Convention and Exposition Center in Edison, NJ on October 1, 2013.  Doors will open for qualified professionals at 11 a.m. and the event will conclude at 4 p.m.  The event is being sponsored by Actavis, Inc. Companies currently slated to attend are Johnson & Johnson, Daiichi Sankyo, LifeCell, Ikaria, and Cubist Pharmaceuticals.  More companies will be added during the spring and summer months.

Registration is now open and professionals are encouraged to pre-register for the event at http://hirelifescience.com/career/default.aspx.  The event is exclusive to exemplary life science professionals with a minimum of two years experience working for a Life Science related company and a minimum of a four year Life Science related degree.  The HireLifeScience.com Career Fair 2013 will be one of the industry's most qualified gatherings of companies and clients. 

"We were very pleased with the results. Not only were the accommodations comfortable and well-suited for the event, but the HireLifeScience.com staff was helpful and courteous and the quality of professionals was exceptional and appropriate to our recruitment needs. We actually did hire someone for a critical position who we met through this event," said Terry C., Morphotek, Inc.

The objective of the event is to generate qualified hires by bringing the HireLifeScience.com client companies and network of professionals together in one place.  This annual career fair is exclusive to hiring companies and no third-party recruiters will participate in the event. Professionals with a background related but not limited to: Bioinfomatics;  Clinical Research;  Laboratory;  Quality QA & QC; Medical Communications;  Manufacturing;  Medical Device; Regulatory Affairs; Research & Development; and Pharma/Biotech Sales & Marketing should attend.

"We are very excited for The HireLifeScience.com Career Fair 2013. We are again putting together the strongest list of Life Science exhibitors to hit the Tri-State area and we expect the caliber of the professionals in attendance to be as equally impressive," stated Matthew Masterson , HireLifeScience.com, Director of Client and Professional Services.

Since 2005 HireLifeScience.com has provided Life Science professionals with the ability to apply directly to companies that are hiring in the Life Science industries avoiding third party recruiters during the hiring process.  HireLifeScience.com is designed to help Life Science professionals personalize the job search by: building professional profiles; following and connecting with individual HR representatives; and applying directly to thousands of jobs in the Life Science industry.

For more information on this event or any of our services please visit www.HireLifeScience.com


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