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How stress affects the brain and your capacity to function at your best

Stress can be healthy and energizing, but too much stress can lead to some serious, longer-term issues. But how can you tell the ‘good’ stress from the ‘bad’ stress? To understand why stress affects us, it’s important to understand a little about how the brain works.

Job of the week: UK Information Science Analyst

This is an amazing opportunity for an Information Science Analyst to step into a self-driven role and work within a team-orientated environment as part of a highly flexible and dynamic group. There is the opportunity to work remotely for 2 days per week in an initial 6 month contract. Our client is a multinational patient-focus […]

Job of the week: Statistical Programmer

CK Group’s Ian Marlow is recruiting for multiple SAS/Statistical Programmers to join a Global Pharmaceutical company at their site based in High Wycombe. The roles are permanent and are home/office based. The roles will include: Design and development of statistical programs for the assigned project. Performing quality control in support of clinical R&D analysis and […]

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5 Tips for Getting Hired after a Long Break

Career breaks are becoming increasingly popular. However, returning to work after a break can prove to be difficult. Read on for some great tips on how to get back onto the career ladder.

A day in the life of a Regulatory Affairs Associate

We recently interviewed one of our contractors, Alaa, to find out what it’s like to work as a Regulatory Affairs Associate. We asked what a general day involves, what experience and qualification are required for this job and what advice Alaa would give to aspiring Regulatory Affairs Associate. Q1. What does the company you work […]

Job of the week: Associate Director, Global Market Access

We have an exciting opportunity for an Associate Director, Global Market Access. Our client takes the view of putting the patient and their family first. As an organisation they specialise in treating Neurology and Oncology disease areas, with multiple indications in late stage development in both key areas. The main purpose of the role will […]

Job of the week: Medical Affairs Final Signatory

We have an exciting opportunity for a Medical Affairs Final Signatory to join a leading pharmaceutical company. The role is based in Brentford and allows some homeworking. Initial 6 month contract with a competitive daily rate of £1180 Ltd. Opportunity for a final signatory medic to join a world leading pharmaceutical company. Role involves working […]

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Tips for your First Day in a New Job

First day nerves in a new job are always there, in fact being nervous is a good thing. Michael Jordan says ‘Being nervous isn’t bad, it just means something important is happening’. So how do you ensure this new stage of your career goes as smoothly as possible?

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Why the Popularity of Contracting is on the Rise

With the uncertainty and confusion about what exactly Brexit means for the country and many businesses, there has been a rise in demand for contractors. According to a study by the Freelance Union, by 2020 half of the workforce will be made up of contractors – increasing from 35% of the workforce in 2014. There are […]

Job of the Week: Head of Medical Affairs

We have a wonderful opportunity for a Head of Medical Affairs to join a global pharmaceutical company with an affiliate office in the UK.  This role will lead all medical affairs and medical service and is strategic and operational. Management of 2 MSL’s and 5 head office members across medical information, drug safety and regulatory […]

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