Our knowledge of Medical Devices and Pharmaceuticals and the our recruitment approach
Expion understands the demands of regulation within this fast-moving sector – and the need to match people precisely to pharmaceutical and medical devices jobs. There can be no room for compromise.
The Medical Devices Regulation (EU 2017/745) has replaced the Medical Devices Directive (93/42/EEC) as the legislation detailing the requirements that manufacturers have to meet to place medical devices on the market in the European Union. All manufacturers of Class I to III medical products must familiarise themselves with the new requirements as soon as possible. Expion understands that the regulation has far-reaching implications and affects all classes of medical products.
Our team has developed an enviable reputation for providing recruitment solutions for the medical devices, pharmaceuticals and biotechnology job sectors. In these sectors jobs in regulatory affairs, validation, quality, and technical are in high demand, so our clients come to us to help them with these challenging jobs to fill.
With over 25 years experience in medical devices and pharmaceuticals recruitment, we have a strong track record of recruiting for brand-leading clients, from small biotech start-ups, CMOs and CROs, to large global Medical / Pharma giants. Our clients tell us that we provide an excellent service, which means they keep coming back to us time and again.
Senior staff to Director level
Helping our candidates move careers into a great company, and following their career through that company as they get promoted, is really rewarding. We recruit for mid-level, senior interim and permanent pharmaceutical and medical devices jobs, up to and including director level. Pharmaceutical industry jobs and medical devices jobs are something we thrive on filling.
Even before Covid, Pharmaceuticals and Medical Devices were booming sectors in need of the best candidates to drive growth. Now living with covid, the supply chains and sectors are constantly evolving and now includes smaller, more niche, organisations in need of an agile workforce. Recruitment into these sectors has never been more important.