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Closed Searches In Our Biomedical Search Division

The Biomedical Search Division of King & Bishop provides executive recruiting and search services within the Medical Device industry.  The team has been busy supporting the needs of our clients with great success in 2015. Our search assignments are typically from clients headquartered in New England that support openings regionally and nationwide. The volume and scope of demands from our cl...
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Biomedical Search Consultants Skill Marketplace- Nov 2014

Biomedical Search Consultants, a division of King & Bishop has a number of quality candidates and we’re ready to introduce them to you. As you’ll see below, the qualifications of these candidates can help build your team and move your operation to the next level. Please take time to see if there is a fit with your organization below. If you don’t see someone with your needs, please contact us ...
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5 Facts about the Cost of a Contract Recruiter

When a company has aggressive hiring goals and they need someone to assist them in hiring, they should consider working with a Contract Recruiter. Take a look at the facts below to learn more about Contract Recruiters and how they can help your company grow. 1. Contract recruiter is paid and billed on an hourly rate. There are many factors that go into the hourly rate. The primary driver of the c...
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Meet King & Bishop’s Margot Rutledge

Margot Rutledge is a Career Coach and Recruiter in the Biomedical Industry at King & Bishop.  In her role as a Recruiter she works to fill senior level executive positions in the Medical Device and Life Sciences Industries. As a Career Coach she also works with those in senior level executive positions. She is good at matching the good people with the good opportunities. She finds the people ...
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Meet King & Bishop’s Kathy Provost

Kathy Provost is a Recruiter in the Medical Device and Life Sciences Industries at King & Bishop. Kathy was drawn to recruiting for its strong results orientation. One reason she is excited to come into work each day is the thrill of working on a new search to find a candidate. When working with candidates she wants them to know that they can trust her. Kathy will go to great lengths to let ...
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Objectives vs. Summaries

By Tasha Schlake Festel Before the odd or juvenile email address, before the typos and misspellings and inconsistencies in language, tense, or formatting, before the irrelevant “interests,” and before the pattern of job hopping, one thing that can lose a candidate a job before even being considered is a bad Objective. When it comes to writing an objective, take the advice of John F. Kennedy when...
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