BIOTECHNICA 2011 Tips for Job and Career Opportunities at BIOTECHNICA 2011

Editor: Marion Henig

On October 13, 2011, experts and managers will gather together at the BIOTECHNICA “career island” in Hannover. Jobvector career day in hall 9 is a chance for scientists, engineers and technicians to explore new career and job opportunities.

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The jobvector career day brings together companies in the scientific sector and highly qualified job applicants.

Both sides benefit: Applicants can make valuable contacts and find the job that's just right for them.

Networking with 15 companies and institutes

In one-to-one discussions with HR managers from more than 15 companies it's easy to discover which jobs suit their personal interests and in which companies they can make best use of their qualifications. HR managers gain a first impression of applicants and can locate just the right specialists and managers for their needs. The varied jobvector career day program is particularly suited to job seekers in the scientific and technical fields.

Companies such as chemical firm BASF are not only looking for chemists but also lab technicians and computer scientists. The technology company Thermo Fisher Scientific seeks for application speacialists, product managers and service personal. Interested applicants will be able to meet directly with HR managers from the science branch.

Conference program on job oppertunities

This extensive presentation program at the jobvector-forum also features content covering the career possibilities and job prospects for scientists, technicians and engineers. HR managers from different companies offer job search tips and an overview of potential entry options.

Job wall with current job offers

At the “jobvector jobwall”, applicants have direct access to attractive current job offers in the industry, and particularly from BIOTECHNICA exhibitors.

The CV review with recruitment agency Kelly Scientific Resources will also be held once again this year. “The CV review is always very popular with applicants," says Dr. Eva Birkmann, CEO of jobvector. “They can examine the strengths and weaknesses of their CV with a specialized expert, and work to improve it.”