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The Life Sciences Recruitment Company of the Year 2014

05 Sep



ScienTec Consulting has won The Life Sciences Recruitment Company of the Year at the 2014 Recruitment International Asia awards.
 
“Life Sciences, Pharmaceutical and Biotech/Medical Devices recruitment, were the key pillars and shaped the solid foundation for ScienTec Consulting’s business since we started 12 years ago. We are very glad to grow from strength to strength and being recognised as the industry best. We like to thank all our clients and the organiser for this prestigious award,” said Karen Tok, CEO of ScienTec Consulting.

“Over the years, ScienTec Consulting’s team has acquired the skills and the agility to adapt and adopt the right methodologies to serve the industry’s top clientele, which include both the global players as well as niche enterprises. Disciplines for in-depth research, validating facts and requirements, managing every assignment with a Quality Control and Assurance approach throughout the talent acquisition cycle, coupled with the passion to delight customers has become the ScienTec Consulting way of service philosophy,” Tok added.
 
Looking forward in charting the next milestone for ScienTec Consulting, Tok said, “We are scaling up our operations and expanding our regional footprint. We have clinched sizeable projects on the regional scale and we successfully delivered leadership assignments and RPO projects in Greater China and Asia Pacific. Training, Quality Control and successor planning continue to be our key focus areas in this exciting growth phase.”

ScienTec Consulting also affirms that Singapore is well-poised as the melting pot for an international talent pool, and candidates who have Asian market insights and experience are highly sought after to lead our clients’ expansion plans in Asia Pacific. “We certainly look forward to creating value for our clients in this fast changing landscape and aspire to be their trusted partner in the talent acquisition roadmap,” Tok concluded.

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