Contract Research Recruiter

Contract Research Recruiter
in Boston, Massachusetts 02109 - US

Job Description

Contract Research Recruiter

We are looking for a Contract Research Recruiter for a large healthcare client in the Boston area. The ideal individual will have full cycle recruiting experience out of a Medical or Biotech Company working with all levels of research individuals. This is a fast paced environment that requires superior attention to detail and the ability to act as a high level consultant to the managers you would be working with on a day to day basis.

Duties to include:
- Full life cycle recruiting including sourcing, pre-screening, interviewing, reference checks, tracking and new hire paperwork
- Achievement of weekly and monthly interview and hire goals -
- A minimum of 3 yrs. of recruitment experience
- BS/BA degree is highly desired
- Superior verbal and written communication skills
- Sense of urgency and ability to work within a fast paced environment
- Demonstrated ability to make suggestions for process improvement and trends

Please send updated resumes to:

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Professional Staffing Group is an equal opportunity employer and considers qualified applicants for employment regardless of race, gender, gender identity, gender expression, age, color, religion, disability, veteran's status, sexual orientation, or any other protected factor.

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