Sam is a Specialist Clinical Development/Drug Safety Recruiter. He recruits for the pharmaceutical, biotechnology and medical industries globally.
He has a wealth of experience in Clinical Development and Drug Safety but equally is experienced in the Medical Affairs, Clinical Operations, Regulatory Affairs and QA sectors.
Sam helped me secure my next big move in Pharma. His professionalism and enthusiasm was exemplary. Unlike many recruiters, he often kept in touch with me throughout the entire process ensuring that no stone was left upturned in terms of necessary preparation. I highly recommend Sam as a recruiter of the highest calibre. Associate Director- Global PV.
I mainly worked with Sam during my recruitment process. He was well organised, highly professional and communicated very efficiently. But what impressed me the most was his knowledge of the company he’s recruiting me for and the role I’m taking. Thank you. Shokri Othman – Clinical Nurse Practitioner (Oncology).
Sam, my CK consultant, was very professional and friendly at the same time. He gave me helpful feedback and things that I could improve on which really helped me. With his help and advice I got the job I applied for. Associate Clinical Project Manager, Biotechnology.
Sam Whyley-Smith dealt with me in a professional manner and kept me informed at all times of what was happening throughout the search and then interview process. He was knowledgeable, honest about my capabilities, and achievable salary. He made sure I was fully prepared for every part of the lengthy interview process and provided helpful interview materials and helped coach me throughout the process. Even during the Covid 19 lock down he kept me informed of vacancies that were on hold and tried to get more information about the chances of them becoming available and continued to source new opportunities for me until I secured a challenging position that he knew would suit me and give me the opportunity to develop professionally. Digital Scientific Advisor, Healthcare Organisation
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