Research Scientist Bioinformatics – submitted 4 candidates, 1 offer made and accepted
Research Scientist, Computational Biology – submitted 2 candidates, 1 offer made and accepted
Met with the hiring team to understand what they were looking for, why they had this need, and also what challenges they believe they had up to this point in the recruitment process. Understanding some of the obstacles the team felt they were dealing with, allowed the team at GTS to establish a recruitment strategy that filled both roles, while only submitting 6 candidates in tota to the hiring managersl. Having a small pool of engaged, and qualified candidates allowed the hiring managers for both roles to make offers that were accepted and bring on candidates who were targeting this exact type of opportunity.
Scientist II, Bioinformatics Developer – 3 candidate submitted, 1 offer made and accepted
Sr. Scientist, NGS Bioinformatics Developer – 3 candidate submitted, 1 offer made and accepted
Met with the hiring manager for both levels of Scientists that the Bioinformatics group was trying to hire for. These were new roles in this group with our client who is a genomics-focused CRO. Our client had interviewed 10-15 candidates for each Scientist position, with no offers made before engaging GTS.
Our team listened to where the candidates came up short, and to understand what a candidate would need to bring to the table in order to be successful from the get-go. After screening a large handful of candidates, the team at GTS presented 3 candidates for each role, of which 1 got an offer and accepted, filling both positions.