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  • Position: Scientific & Technical Recruitment Specialist

Adrienn joined Next Phase in 2016 as a scientific and technical recruiter, placing people at all levels within GMP/GLP-regulated environments. Adrienn's expertise includes QA, QC (chemistry, microbiology, biochemistry), analytical method development, validation, production and continuous improvement, working with both contractors and permanent staff. She personalises her recruitment services in order to help organisations to attract the best talent in the market and to help people find environments that will nurture their careers in life sciences.

During her time with Next Phase, Adrienn continues to progress up through the business and has recently completed a professional apprenticeship in Recruitment through the BIOR (British Institute of Recruiters). She has taken ownership of a number of projects, including running interview assessment days, advising clients on how to optimise their recruitment processes, and building partnerships with universities in order to place fresh graduates in their first commercial pharmaceutical roles. 

With a degree in music, Adrienn moved from Hungary to England in 2011 and has gained extensive experience in customer-facing positions, with an ongoing desire to continue her personal and professional development.

Adrienn’s blogs include how to deal with difficult interview questions and the similarities between online dating and recruitment. Click here to view all of Adrienn’s blogs. To learn more about job opportunities within Adrienn's area, please call her on 01403 216216.


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