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Hyper Recruitment Solutions (HRS) is a specialist and highly compliant recruitment consultancy dedicated to the Science and Technology sectors.
Founded and run by Ricky Martin, and in partnership with Lord Alan Sugar, HRS has a wealth of recruitment expertise as well as compliance and commercial awareness. We offer a range of permanent, temporary and contract staff.
Our vision is to provide recruitment solutions which will assist in the improvement and quality of life for all. To do so, HRS will focus on the support of sectors whose primary focus is in making the world a better place. This could be working for a Pharmaceutical company who is developing new and existing therapeutics or an FMCG business who is making the latest consumer products in a sustainable and efficient way. We want to provide a service to those areas of actual need which will have an impact on us all.
Our expertise is in the sourcing and successful placement of high calibre industry experts in a hassle free and ethical way. Every day we are engaging with and providing career options to some of the world’s best talent, covering a broad range of skills. This includes science, engineering, technical and commercial. We treat each candidate as an individual to ensure that the role they are being considered for is right both for their career ambitions and for the specific business’ needs.
At HRS we recognise that each of the niche skill sets that we support can be very intricate and differ from one to another. This is why our consultants are focused on being a subject matter expert, allowing them to provide the best solutions to our client’s staffing needs. By using a mixture of the industry’s most cutting-edge and innovative technology, whilst staying true to traditional recruitment consultancy values, HRS can reach individual recruitment needs in a more punctual and professional manner than others, saving both time and money whilst instilling confidence in our approach to recruitment solutions.
Areas of Expertise:
- Quality Assurance (including Qualified Persons)
- Regulatory Affairs
- Clinical Research (all phases and therapeutic fields)
- Research & Development
- Consumer Insight and Sensory
- Lean and Continuous Improvement
- Engineering (all disciplines)
- Manufacturing, Scale up and Technology Transfer
- Packaging and Sustainability
- Medical Affairs
- Sales and Business Development
- Information Systems & Technolog
- Executive Appointments
As a candidate I was delighted with the service that I received from HRS and specifically from Ricky Martin. Ricky initially invested a lot of time and energy understanding what my requirements and constraints were as a candidate. Throughout the recruitment process we had regular contact – Ricky and all of his team at HRS will always go out of their way to speak with you when you need them and bring a great sense of personal commitment to the process. I am already using HRS to recruit people into my new team which is the highest recommendation.
Head of Development placed by HRS in November 2012
We provide services across a broad range of industries including the following specialist sectors:
An exciting opportunity has arisen for a Head of Engineering to join a leading Pharmaceutical CMO based in the Cheshire area. ROLE OVERVIEW: The Head of Engineering will be required to provide engineering direction and leadership to the site. You will be responsible for all elements of engineering - facilities, utilities, equipment, capital investments and operational engineering. The Head of Engineering will be responsible for the introduction of a current major facility expansion and equipment installation totalling circa £10M - to be operational from mid 2014. You will also have responsibility for the initial and ongoing training of new line engineers to support this expansion. Senior engineering contribution for other sites within the group will also be expected. KEY DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: 1. To introduce KPI's and implement improvements for operational engineering including OEE, changeovers, fault fixing etc. 2. To support rapid troubleshooting in manufacturing and development. 3. To introduce compliant preventative maintenance and spares process. 4. To ensure staff are trained and operate in a compliant manner to FDA levels. 5. Participation in regulatory audits and customer audits, fronting engineering elements. 6. Responsible for high standards of equipment and facility design, FATS, SAT's and validation. 7. Responsible for a major key investment of facility and equipment on the site. 8. Interactions with building contractors and the compliant validation of the facility. 9. Day to day leadership of the compliant introduction into operations of new MDI filling line. 10. Ensure efficient and optimal running of this equipment post introduction. 11. To develop and implement engineering skill development strategy for operational engineers. 12. To take a lead engineering role in supporting and contributing to other sites in the Group network for engineering projects, improvements and trouble shooting. ROLE REQUIREMENTS: The Head of Engineering will have recent experience in a senior managerial role within the pharmaceutical sector. You will be expected to have experience of leading engineers in both operational and engineering support. The successful candidate will ideally be professionally qualified in either a mechanical, chemical or process engineering degree. Project experience is essential, including the introduction of new processes and equipment. Experience with pressurised systems and MDI filling lines desirable but not essential. Key Words: Pharmaceutical / Head of Engineering / GMP / Engineering Manager Hyper Recruitment Solutions Ltd (HRS) is an Equal Opportunities employer that is happy to welcome applications for any applicant who fulfil the role requirements for this position. HRS is a company exclusively supporting the science and technology sectors and is made up of a collaboration of scientists supporting science. We look forward to helping you with your next career moves.
An exciting opportunity has arisen for a Quality Systems Engineer to join a leading global provider of medical devices for the hospital, emergency, home and specialist environments based in Kent. ROLE OVERVIEW: We have a great opportunity for a Quality Systems Engineer to join our clients research and development facility in Kent. The role incorporates a great deal of travelling (up to 40%) to various manufacturing sites around the world, so candidates must be prepared for international travel. KEY DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: 1. Performing quality systems work requiring full competency in all conventional aspects of quality systems in regards to the processes and products relating to disposable/ sterile and non-sterile products manufactured within a sterile clean room environment and active medical devices. 2. Assist in driving improvement with QMS Compliance and reduction of cost of quality in purchased materials, purchased finished goods and manufacturing processes. In particular processes supporting supplier management, support the Purchased Finished Goods procurement process, contract manufacturing sites, internal & external quality audits, CAPA, component compliance, QMS training and all QMS compliance activities. 3. Key role in ensuring product issues are promptly investigated and adequate corrective/preventive action implemented e.g. out of specification components. Shall ensure that all Quality System procedures are established under one system that implements the requirements of the FDA QSR, ISO 9001, ISO 13485, Medical Device Directive (MDD) and other national and international regulatory requirements, as may be established from time-to-time. 4. Ensuring the CAPA, internal quality audit, and supplier management systems are operating effectively. ROLE REQUIREMENTS: 1. Because of the level of the position, the Quality Systems Engineer must be degree qualified or have valid commercial experience. 2. The successful candidate will either come from a manufacturing background (having worked their way up to auditor level to CAPA, validation, supply) or from a straight QS admin or lab background. 3. Must have excellent communication skills and able to travel world wide to assess plants and interact with stakeholder's. Key Words: Quality / Systems / Engineer / Medical Device / QMS / CAPA / QS Hyper Recruitment Solutions Ltd (HRS) is an Equal Opportunities employer that is happy to welcome applications for any applicant who fulfil the role requirements for this position. HRS is a company exclusively supporting the science and technology sectors and is made up of a collaboration of scientists supporting science. We look forward to helping you with your next career moves.
We are currently looking for a Quality Assurance Officer to join a leading company based in the North West of the UK. ROLE OVERVIEW: To carry out tasks within the Quality department, supporting the Qualified Person as required. This role requires performance of Site Validation to established guidelines. KEY DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: This role will focus on a compliance improvement programme, including FDA standards. This will include facility, equipment and process qualification. Some of the tasks that the QA Officer will be given are: 1. Collation of batch documentation and supporting data. 2. Batch review and production of relevant certification. 3. Advertise and promote FDA principles to cell team and other departments. 4. QA review and assessment of deviations. 5. Maintain the customer complaints procedure. 6. Approval of Master SOPs. 7. Approval of Change Controls. 8. Support routine QA customer audits, regulatory audits and day to day support of the Qualified Person. ROLE REQUIREMENTS: In order to be successful in this position, the Quality Assurance Officer must have a degree in a relevant scientific subject (i.e Chemistry, Pharmaceutical Science etc), experience in a Pharmaceutical Quality Assurance role as well as having experience of validation to current standards. Additionally the company are looking for someone that has experience of FDA inspections and standards. Proven industry experience in a GMP compliant manufacturing facility is also required. Key Words: Quality Assurance, QA, FDA, Pharmaceutical Quality, GMP Hyper Recruitment Solutions Ltd (HRS) is an Equal Opportunities employer that is happy to welcome applications for any applicant who fulfil the role requirements for this position. HRS is a company exclusively supporting the science and technology sectors and is made up of a collaboration of scientists supporting science. We look forward to helping you with your next career moves.
We have an exciting opportunity for a Quality Assurance Advisor to join a leading Biopharmaceutical company based in the Cambridgeshire area. ROLE OVERVIEW: The Quality Assurance Advisor will play a vital role in the improvement of systems and processes within the company. They will work within the Quality Assurance team who are responsible for the audit function throughout the company. KEY DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: The Quality Assurance Advisor will be involved in: 1. Auditing of the organisation's work to determine whether activities: Comply with documented procedures and regulations Are implemented effectively Are suitable to achieve their objectives 2. Proactively preventing problems and improving business performance. The role is primarily to conduct study and process audits and may also include the provision of training to other departments and within QA, and assisting with other aspects of the sections activities. Full technical training will be provided both 'on-the-job' and at external courses. ROLE REQUIREMENTS: The successful Quality Assurance Advisor should have: 1. Experience of Quality Assurance within a regulated GLP/GCP environment, ideally within an analytical laboratory. 2. An analytical and meticulous approach to tasks, working as part of a team and independently 3. A positive attitude, ability and willingness to work with scientific staff and management to find new and better ways of working within regulatory and legal frameworks 4. Good basic Office IT skills, although full training will be given 5. Good organisation skills and be able to communicate well at all levels. Key Words: Quality Assurance, Biopharmaceutical, Analytical, Quality Advisor, QA Officer, Auditing, Biopharmaceutical QA, GLP Hyper Recruitment Solutions Ltd (HRS) is an Equal Opportunities employer that is happy to welcome applications for any applicant who fulfil the role requirements for this position. HRS is a company exclusively supporting the science and technology sectors and is made up of a collaboration of scientists supporting science. We look forward to helping you with your next career moves.
We have an exciting opportunity for a scientist with a background in drug discovery who is interested in applying their skills in a more commercially based position. This is a permanent role working as a Business Development Executive for a leading Pharmaceutical company based in the Oxfordshire area. This role requires a combination of Sales, Marketing and Technical skills. KEY DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILTIES: This role would assist the business development team in identifying new potential clients, qualifying these clients and generating initial leads that the "in the field" business development team can follow-up on. This role would support the entire business development team by coordinating the generation of consistent marketing materials by working closely with Operations and Business Development. ROLE REQUIREMENTS: 1. The successful candidate will have a scientific background in either biology or chemistry and a proven knowledge of the drug discovery process. 2. Proven industry experience in marketing for a scientific organization ideally with an already established client base / market knowledge. A large proportion of the role involves marketing so we are looking for individuals who have experience in e-campaigns, publication strategy, updating websites and conference reports. 3. The successful person must have a personable telephone manner, have good persuasive skills and be a self starter in order to succeed in this telephone based business development role.
We are currently looking for a Quality Assurance Project Leader to join a leading Pharmaceutical company based across the central belt in Scotland. This is an exciting newly created position for our client where they are looking for somebody to join their Quality Assurance Manager to help ensure all Quality Assurance / QA activities are achieved. ROLE OVERVIEW: A leadership role with responsibility for line excellence and leadership for the quality team to best meet departmental objectives and client project timelines. In partnership with the QP / QA Manager provides Quality leadership to the site, driving standards, process improvements and efficiencies. Technically competent and credible for Client facing activities relating to Quality issues and development / manufacturing strategies. As a senior member of the quality organisation oversees schedules and ensures departmental staff perform routine and complex duties whilst adhering to related GMP, COSHH and Health & Safety regulations.- Provides input and oversight to supplier and vendor management including risk assessment and audits. Supports the QP / QA manager ensuring all self inspections and the annual quality review is completed to schedule. ROLE REQUIREMENTS: The successful Quality Assurance Project Leader will have a relevant degree in science (or relevant experience) with extensive experience within a similar GMP environment with a focus on sterile product manufacturing. They will also have a sound understanding of relevant regulatory commitments, e.g. GMP, ICH, COSHH etc. - The QA role involves a high throughput of documents and information to process. Therefore the QA Project Leader must be able to Demonstrate organisational skills and technical knowledge as well as communicate effectively to staff at all levels Key Words: Quality Assurance, QA, GMP, Project Leader, Project Manager, Sterile Quality Assurance, Sterile QA, CAPA, Pharmaceutical Auditing. Hyper Recruitment Solutions Ltd (HRS) is an Equal Opportunities employer that is happy to welcome applications for any applicant who fulfil the role requirements for this position. HRS is a company exclusively supporting the science and technology sectors and is made up of a collaboration of scientists supporting science. We look forward to hearing from you and potentially helping you to find your next role.
We are currently looking for a Study Director to join a leading Contract Organisation based in the Cambridgeshire area. This is an exciting opportunity to join our client's bioanalytical sciences team on a permanent position. ROLE OVERVIEW: The company undertakes bioanalytical based projects for external clients. Your role as a Bioanalytical Study Director will be to develop, validate and apply bioanalytical methods. The majority of the methods will be for the quantitative analyses of drugs, biomarkers and clinical markers in biological fluids using LC-MS/MS technology. KEY DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: As a Study Director you will oversee client projects from the establishment and development of methods, through validation and on to clinical / pre-clinical studies. To develop and validate bioanalytical methods whilst troubleshooting any problematic methods. To analyse pre-clinical and clinical samples using LC-MS/MS methods. ROLE REQUIREMENTS: The successfully appointed Study Director should have: 1. A degree in Chemistry or analytical science, or relevant industrial experience (e.g. managing bioanalysis projects in a customer focussed organisation) with a good understanding of mass spectrometry, UPLC and bioanalytical extraction techniques. Those with experience with AB Sciex Mass Spectrometers and software would be highly desirable. 2. A proven track record of method development, validation, sample analysis and method troubleshooting with experience working in a GLP/GCP accredited laboratory. 3. Experience supervising and training junior members of staff with the ability to interact directly with external customers. Key words: bioanalytical, senior scientist, study director, LC-MS, mass spectrometry, pre-clinical, clinical, method development, Hyper Recruitment Solutions Ltd (HRS) is an Equal Opportunities employer that is happy to welcome applications for any applicant who fulfil the role requirements for this position. HRS is a company exclusively supporting the science and technology sectors and is made up of a collaboration of scientists supporting science.
An exciting opportunity has arisen for a Moulding Engineer to join a leading company based in the Portsmouth area. My client is a world leader in the manufacture of filtration, separation and purification solutions to the Global Life Science sector. ROLE OVERVIEW: The primary function of the Moulding Engineer is to maximise the medium and long term profitability of the organisation through the efficient and effective leadership of all Moulding Engineering & Technical Management activity. This will be a key role in ensuring the companies engineered products enable process and product innovation and minimise emissions and waste. KEY DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: The Moulding Engineer will be required to carry out the following:- 1. Provide design input for efficient moulding and mould design. 2. Manage mould building programmes for new moulds. 3. Transfer mould into production facilities. 4. Support use of current moulds and moulded part programs. ROLE REQUIREMENTS: The successful candidate will have a Bachelor of Engineering (BEng) in Mechanical Engineering, Composites or other Plastic related discipline. The Moulding Engineer will have proven industrial experience within industry, i.e. medical device, telecoms or other tier one supplier. Candidates are required to have knowledge of moulding equipment (hydraulics and electrics) and mould design, include basic mould configurations, hot runners, value gate, scientific moulding. 3D CAD and mould flow experience are also essential. Key Words: Plastic / Moulding / Filtration / Purification / Separation / Engineer / Medical Device / Life Science Hyper Recruitment Solutions Ltd (HRS) is an Equal Opportunities employer that is happy to welcome applications for any applicant who fulfil the role requirements for this position. HRS is a company exclusively supporting the science and technology sectors and is made up of a collaboration of scientists supporting science. We look forward to helping you with your next career moves.
A fantastic opportunity has arisen for a Product Manager to join an international leader in laboratory services based in Middlesex. ROLE OVERVIEW: The Product Manager is a key role within the Food, Industrial, and Environment team, with both commercial and technical responsibilities, supporting operational and sales and marketing efforts across the business. KEY DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: 1. The role will involve responsibility for product management of key ranges within the portfolio, with a particular focus on environmental or petrochemical applications. 2. There will also be a need to product manage products from secondary suppliers, and those focusing on other market sectors e.g. food, industry, and general analytical laboratories. 3. A key element of this will involve building relationships with key suppliers, monitoring and developing the business, identifying needs for new products, and launching these to the team and externally. 4. The role will require close liaison with the Business Sector Manager, Standards Marketing, international sales staff, Country Managers, and other key stakeholders within the business. 5. It is expected the role will involve European and other international travel. ROLE REQUIREMENTS: 1. A background and formal qualification (minimum BSc. level) in analytical or related science 2. Experience of the environmental laboratory sector and related analyses or petrochemical industry. 3. An understanding of business to business marketing in the analytical science market place. 4. A successful track record in profitable product management 5. Knowledge of other related industries beneficial Key Words:Product Manager, Environmental, Laboratory, Petrochemical, Analytical Science Hyper Recruitment Solutions Ltd (HRS) is an Equal Opportunities employer that is happy to welcome applications for any applicant who fulfil the role requirements for this position. HRS is a company exclusively supporting the science and technology sectors and is made up of a collaboration of scientists supporting science. We look forward to helping you with your next career moves.
We are currently looking for a Product Development Manager to join a Specialist Ingredient company based in the Hertfordshire area. ROLE OVERVIEW: The Product Development Manager is responsible for evaluating new product opportunities and developing processes which bring them successfully to market. Aligned to our client's strategic objectives he or she will provide leadership in ensuring KPIs related to sales revenue generation are achieved. KEY DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: 1. Evaluates and identifies new product opportunities in line with market needs and strategic targets. 2. Develops effective processes ensuring successful new product introductions. 3. Takes a leading role in ensuring the Company hits its "must win" project KPI target. 4. Take ownership of our client's product portfolio. 5. Working with colleagues in Quality and Operations to lead the generation of a new powdered extract business. 6. Bring small scale product development to industrial scale for commercialisation. 7. Encourages and embeds an innovation culture within the Company. 8. Plans and formulates research and development activities including proposals and contracts. 9. Helps optimise production from a product perspective. ROLE REQUIREMENTS: 1. Educated to degree level in a technical/science discipline such as chemistry/chemical engineering. 2. Proven experience with regard to the manufacture of pharma and food related materials plus associated regulations. 3. Experience of both liquid and powdered extract forms from an industrial setting. 4. Commercially aware and astute with experience of budget setting. 5. Manager of resources to give the most effective performance and service to the business. 6. Product and process development professional.
A fantastic opportunity has arisen for a Cell Engineer to join a leading pharmaceutical company based in the Cheshire area. ROLE OVERVIEW: The Cell Engineer will be responsible for carrying out tasks within operations, in association to procedures and customer demands, whilst adhering to GMP & Health and Safety guidelines and procedures. KEY DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: 1. Responsible for the Line equipment and services performance. 2. To ensure that Calibration of all the site equipment is adhered to and all associated requirements are met, inclusive of schedule, performance and certification of calibration, against Pemac schedules. 3. Responsible for ensuring that all working areas and surrounding areas are compliant to GMP, well kept and maintained. 4. Review workload for each day, week, and month, with the Cell Lead. 5. Get involved with any technical or interpersonal problems, to try and resolve before passing to Cell Lead. 6. Attend a Cell team meeting each day, understanding expectations of that day and a view of future requirements, with Quality to an FDA level always considered. 7. Collect and note any performance, quality, safety or supplier problems to enable an effective corrective action to be applied. Present to other relevant departments. Carry out any corrective actions with cell members, efficiently and effectively. 8. Ensure clean downs are executed in line with set procedures, line cleaning, vessel, product, batch to batch. ROLE REQUIREMENTS: The successful Cell Engineer will have previous experience within a similar Engineering environment and have experience with macromat or minicentomat aerosol filling lines, King fillers and electrical processes. Key Words: Pharmaceutical, Electrical, Mechanical, Macromat, Minicentomat, Aerosol Filling, King Fillers, GMP, Cell Engineer Hyper Recruitment Solutions Ltd (HRS) is an Equal Opportunities employer that is happy to welcome applications for any applicant who fulfil the role requirements for this position. HRS is a company exclusively supporting the science and technology sectors and is made up of a collaboration of scientists supporting science. We look forward to helping you with your next career moves.
A fantastic opportunity has arisen for a Senior Account Manager to join a leading Pharmaceutical organisation. This is a field based position involved in the development of new and existing relationships throughout the EU. This role requires somebody with a successful sales track record from the Pharmaceutical / Biotechnology KEY DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: The successful Senior Account Manager will be directly involved in winning business through targeted and managed client meetings /interactions and sales generation activities. The role responsibilities include: 1. Establishing the commercial strategy, achieving sales targets agreed upon by the leadership team, performance metrics and budgets for the assigned companies or territories. Ensure existing accounts are serviced effectively, obtain orders and establish new accounts through implementing a tactical marketing plan. 2. Identification, evaluation and development of pharmaceutical and biotechnology prospects for new business opportunities. Negotiating contracts and/or proposals and building long term relationships with external partners also forms a substantial part of the role. 3. Preparation of client specific presentations, monitor competition, maintain sales information and forecasts as well as plan, develop, implement and evaluate advertising and trade promotion programs. ROLE REQUIREMENTS: To be successful as the Senior Account Manager, our client is looking for somebody who: 1. Has an sciences degree with significant documented sales achievement promoting and selling Discovery/Biology and fully integrated solutions within the pharmaceutical CRO/CMO industry. 2. Evidence of passion and enthusiasm working within the pharmaceutical / biotechnology industry, as well as demonstrated commercial and negotiating skills necessary to promote complex services to sophisticated pharmaceutical clients. Key Words: Field Sales, Europe, Business Development, Account Management, Account Manager.
We have an exciting opportunity for a Scientific Business Development Manager to join a leading Biotechnology company based in the Cambridgeshire area on a 12 month fixed term contract. KEY DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: The successful Scientific Business Development Manager will be responsible for: 1. Managing a series of high profile projects, ensuring key deliverables are met within agreed time frames and budgets. All of these projects are focused around product development and validation. 2. The role will focus on managing existing projects but also involves evaluating new opportunities and driving the implementation of new projects. ROLE REQUIREMENTS: To be successful as the Scientific Business Development Manager, our client are looking for somebody with a background in the following: 1. A PhD or relevant research experience in the Life Sciences industry plus proven laboratory experience working with antibodies / proteins and the capacity to interpret and analyse scientific data. Practical experience of at least 3 of the following is a must: Immunohistochemistry / Immunocytochemistry / Western Blotting / Flow Cytometry / ChIP 2. Experience within a commercial setting, project management and line management experience will be advantageous. Key Words: Business Development, Sales Manager, Scientific Sales, Business Development Manager. Hyper Recruitment Solutions Ltd (HRS) is an Equal Opportunities employer that is happy to welcome applications for any applicant who fulfil the role requirements for this position. HRS is a company exclusively supporting the science and technology sectors and is made up of a collaboration of scientists supporting science. We look forward to helping you with your next career moves.
ROLE OVERVIEW: We have an exciting opportunity for a German Speaking Technical Services Representative to join a leading Biotechnology company based in Oxfordshire. The successful representative will work within a team of 5 and will have an extensive life sciences background. KEY DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: Reporting to the European Marketing and Technical Sales Manager, the successful Technical Sales Representative will need to work closely with other technical staff to: 1. Offer a rapid and accurate technical service in both English and German. 2. Offer technical writing to support the marketing team with market research and competitor analysis. 3 Compile competitor product specifications and develop and deliver training materials for Sales staff. ROLE REQUIREMENTS: The successful Technical Services Representative will have: 1. Life Sciences background and formal qualifications 2. Laboratory experience in any of the following; Flow Cytometry Enzyme Activity Western Blot Protein Expression Bioassay IHC ELISA 3. Fluent written and spoken German and English is essential Key Words: Sales Representative, Technical Sales, Biotechnology, German Speaking. Hyper Recruitment Solutions Ltd (HRS) is an Equal Opportunities employer that is happy to welcome applications for any applicant who fulfil the role requirements for this position. HRS is a company exclusively supporting the science and technology sectors and is made up of a collaboration of scientists supporting science. We look forward to helping you with your next career moves.
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