The Biotech / Pharma space is one of the most innovative industries out there, with a huge number of start-ups opening their doors on a monthly basis. But how do you know if joining a start-up is a good career move? Is there ever a safe time to join a start-up? What should you take into consideration if you are going to join a start-up? All extremely important questions to consider when looking at making the move.
The SciPro team here covering the West Coast really focus on working with small to medium sized organizations from 50-1000 people strong. Not just your everyday recruitment company, my team pride themselves on being able to advise and give market insight as well as being able to find you your new role. Our team genuinely enjoys helping a company write their story and help build their organization from the ground upwards. There is nothing more satisfying than seeing one of your partners grow and take the market by storm.
This article attached outlines what you need to consider when considering joining a start-up...
Working for a biotech startup can seem like a dream job for a lot of young scientists—cutting-edge research, exciting environment, potential big money if your stock options take off. Who doesn’t envision themselves as a Steve Jobs or Bill Gates of biotech?