BayBio Hosts Career Fair with BioSpace and BHRN at BayBio2011 Annual Conference
BURLINGAME, Calif. – March 22, 2011 – BayBio is proud to present the BayBio2011 Annual Conference Career Fair, an opportunity for leading pharmaceutical and biotech companies to meet face-to-face with experienced job seekers in the Nation’s leading innovation hub.
BioSpace Career Fair at BayBio2011
Wednesday, April 20, 2011
1pm to 6pm
Hyatt Regency San Francisco Airport
Pre-Register Now: http://www.biospace.com/jobs/career-fair-detail/?CareerFairId=215
As California and the nation struggle with historically high rates of unemployment, life science companies continue their search for qualified candidates in an industry that offers lucrative, benefitted careers and career growth.
BayBio is at the center of this effort to connect qualified professionals with talent-seeking companies and will host a Career Fair at its 2011 Annual Conference on April 20th in Burlingame.
Job seekers will be able to connect with companies that work on innovative products that feed and fuel the world, treat disease, and provide solutions to some of the globe’s most pressing challenges – and with an industry that places high value on the ongoing development of its employees. In addition to opportunities to interact with industry human resource professionals and hiring managers, the career fair will offer job seekers a free resume clinic to ensure that they are representing their skill sets in a compelling manner. This is an opportunity for talented job seekers to get hired by the next Genentech and to become part of the discovery process.
Participating companies will have access to a pool of talented professionals who have experience in the bioscience industry in addition to qualified PhD’s and postdocs. All job seekers will have either a minimum of a four-year degree and/or a Certificate from a recognized biotech program and two years of industry related work experience.
Johnson & Johnson
(as of 3/21/11)
BayBio is Northern California’s life science association. We support the regional bioscience community through advocacy, enterprise support, and enhancement of research collaboration. We maintain Northern California’s leadership in life science innovation by supporting entrepreneurship, science education and life science career development through the BayBio Institute. Our members include organizations engaged in, or supportive of, research, development and commercialization of life science technologies.