Willow Grove, PA (PRWEB) September 26, 2013
Pharmaceutical companies are under considerable top-line and bottom-line pressure as the industry grapples with a significant wave of patent expirations, shrinking product pipelines and increasing generic competition. As pharmaceutical businesses look for ways to combat the resulting revenue loss, the ability to maximize revenues from international markets has becoming more important than ever. This environment is creating increased demand for professionals with global regulatory strategy experience, according to Klein Hersh International, a leading executive recruitment firm in the life sciences industry. As an exhibitor at the upcoming Regulatory Convergence, hosted by the Regulatory Affairs Professionals Society (RAPS), on September 28 – October 2, 2013 in Boston, MA, Klein Hersh seeks to help companies recruit industry-leading, regulatory affairs professionals for both full-time hiring needs and for consulting or contract engagements.
“Increasingly, companies are looking for regulatory affairs professionals with truly global experience, anchored with strong US or EU experience,” says Colin Dittus, senior director and practice leader, regulatory affairs at Klein Hersh. “We’re seeing this demand equally in both our Recruiting and Contract Staffing businesses.”
“More than ever, we’re also seeing intense scrutiny of intangible qualities for regulatory hires – especially leadership. Clients want professionals who not only have the requisite experience and knowledge, but who are also able to effectively lead project teams through difficult regulatory hurdles, and influence across multi-disciplined project teams.”
“Even for non-supervisory hires”, Dittus says, “regulatory professionals who are either naturally strong influencers and communicators
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