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BayBio and BioSpace Launch Online Career Network
Date:8/6/2008

Job board to unite Bay Area life science employers and candidates

SAN FRANCISCO, Aug. 6 /PRNewswire/ -- BayBio, an independent, non-profit trade association serving the life science industry in Northern California, and BioSpace, the leading source for life science careers, announced today the launch of an online Career Network for the Northern California life science industry.

The online employment network is accessible at http://www.baybiocareercenter.com and offers biotechnology, pharmaceutical and medical device employers and recruiters the ability to post online employment opportunities. Employers also have access to an online Candidate Resume Database. Additionally, candidates looking for employment in the Northern California life science industry can apply for jobs and post their resumes for viewing by local employers.

"The collaboration between BayBio and BioSpace allows us to offer more services to industry professionals," said Matthew M. Gardner of BayBio. "The BayBio Career Center is another piece we can use to create a more effective, complete life sciences community in Northern California.

"BioSpace and BayBio have partnered for many years on various region-specific biopharmaceutical industry initiatives," said Wes Crews, CEO of BioSpace. "We are pleased to provide an online career center for BayBio, its members and qualified life science career candidates in San Francisco and Northern California."

For more information about posting a job to the BayBio Career Network, please contact Sahar Azarabadi at 415-775-1141.

About BayBio

BayBio is an independent, non-profit 501(c)(6) trade association serving the life science industry in Northern California. The staff and services of BayBio are paid primarily through memberships, sponsorships, and event registration fees. BayBio provides these services through representatives in South San Francisc
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