Science Recruiting

Caroline Ceniza-Levine

Caroline
Ceniza-Levine

Five Ways To Manage Fear When You Stretch Outside Your Comfort Zone

I thought about writing about growth, since it’s spring, and growth is something that happens when you stretch outside your comfort zone. (I did write about growth for the 4/16 issue of the newsletter in case you missed that one!) But the flip side of the positive growth that comes when you stretc...


Caroline Ceniza-Levine

Caroline
Ceniza-Levine

Networking From Scratch — If My Professional Network Suddenly Disappeared, Here Is How I Would Build It Up Again

A reader of my recent networking post, Ten People You Need To Have In Your Professional Network, gave me a follow-up challenge: I’ve been to so many lectures or read articles and they all say the same thing. Rely on your network or use your network to accomplish this or that. What they all over...


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Melanie
Smith

My First Biotech Job Fair

I was at my first biotechnology job fair, managing the company booth, and was the only representative from the company able to attend that day.


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Melanie
Smith

Behavioral Interviewing: More than a Gut Feeling

Back in the 80’s and early 90’s, many hiring managers, recruiters/Human Resources staff, CEO’s and other management folks relied on their “gut feeling” when it came to interviewing prospective new hires.


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Melanie
Smith

Job Loss and Coping with Change

Losing your job can feel a lot like dealing with a death or other devastating loss (the process can be very similar). There’s the financial aspect - you had plenty of money to feed your family, pay your mortgage, now you don’t.  The social aspect - you spent 8+ hrs/day with your co-workers, ...


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Melanie
Smith

What Does a Biotech Recruiter Look For?

As a Recruiter reviews a resume, there are certain things that we typically look for and want to see in a resume, and certain things we just don’t want to see.