Quality Engineering Design
Quality engineering design assurance relates to the vast number of professionals responsible for engineering products to ensure they meet compliance regulations, and in an industry as highly regulated as the life sciences, this role is irreplicable. Responsible for working on products that directly impact the lives of thousands of patients all over the world, quality engineering design assurance professionals can be found in countless areas throughout the life sciences and beyond.
From medical devices to processes and manufacturing equipment to facility construction, the engineering moniker can apply to a range of unique roles. A heavily collaborative and technical role, quality engineering design assurance is a versatile and rewarding one, and for many, it represents a prime opportunity for both personal and professional growth.
The day to day might look something like this:
•Managing and developing QMS systems in preparation for growth and change
•Overseeing the manufacturing of new products and systems
•Training and leading teams in quality assurance and compliance protocol
•Creating new processes and policies for quality assurance protocol
•Maintaining systems and processes
While you may hear a quality engineer being referred to as a quality specialist, a QA, or a QC engineer, their priorities are ultimately concerned with the same goal: Ensuring the development of safe and effective products to benefit the health of the patient. If you happen to be in the process of building a new team and you’re on the hunt for a Quality Engineering Design assurance professional to join your ranks, then look no further, BioTalent are here to aid you in your search for the top talent.
As a people-first life sciences recruitment agency, we always make sure to place our candidates in the environments that will allow them to thrive. This helps us match the top people with the perfect opportunity using our diversity-focussed methodology. It’s a win-win. By leaning on our expansive global talent network, we can locate the best talent in a short time frame, allowing you to save a huge amount of money and time throughout the entire process.
We understand that plenty of companies operating in the life sciences can’t spare any time or budget whatsoever, and unfortunately, these are often both needed in abundance across the length of a hiring campaign. By outsourcing your efforts to a third-party life sciences recruitment agency, you can drastically cut back on having to use these precious resources. We’ll find you the right people (people that have the skills and the vision needed to seamlessly fit into your company culture), just let us know what you need.
If you have any questions at all about out our services, our mission or our passion for the life sciences, please don’t hesitate to get in touch with us today, we’d love to help you out.
Life Sciences in Berlin
Beautiful Berlin is Europe’s cultural jewel. It’s home to a myriad of astonishing sights, galleries, museums, profoundly thought-provoking memorials, the Reichstag, week-long parties, and a booming life sciences scene. Berlin is a truly unique city – it emanates creativity, not only in the life sciences space, but in the arts too, representing a beautiful, inimitable synergy, as seen regularly in the world-renowned Art Laboratory Berlin.
Berlin is one of the world’s leading life science clusters, boasting a huge number of highly advanced educational institutes, robust biotech, pharmacutical and medtech ecosystems. These are the systems that support over 500 companies in the life sciences space. The world-famous HealthCapital was founded back in 1996, and since then, the cluster has become a launching pad for countless life sciences startups, representing boundless opportunity for progression within the sector.
According to Refire Online, Berlin’s life science real estate transaction value alone was worth 634 million euros between 2017 and 2021. Moreover, there’s a thriving medtech presence that’s home to many of the world’s most impactful biotech and medtech companies, including Klara and Amboss.
With over 70 independent research institutes, hundreds of top-ranked research initiatives, and plenty of international science conferences, Germany’s capital acts as hotspot for discovery and innovation in what is undoubtably one of the most impactful fields of modern research.
The past few years have been incredibly testing for organisations everywhere. The pandemic shone a spotlight in on the life sciences, (particularly healthcare science) unveiling their critical importance to a much wider audience. Berlin’s life sciences industry proved to be robust, ultimately helping produce one of the major vaccines at a time of unprecedented turmoil. If you’re hoping to get ahead in Berlin’s life sciences industry, now is the perfect time to start building the teams of the future.
At BioTalent, our specialist recruitment consultants take a knowledge-based approach to finding you the perfect candidate. Our deep understanding of the various markets within the industry, combined with our passion for people and our DEIB-led (diversity, equity, inclusion and belonging) methodology enables us to get your life science jobs filled by the best talent around.
Our expansive (and exclusive) talent network grants us access to a wider range of candidates, effectively increasing your chances of finding the ideal addition to your team. We’re more than just a Berlin recruitment agency – we have a global presence with 6 locations (Berlin, London, Manchester, Dublin, Zug, Los Angeles, and Boston) and a fast-growing workforce.
Our mission is to build diversity, create inclusion and encourage workplace innovation – the life sciences represent the perfect opportunity to make a real impact as we continue our journey. If you want to get involved, don’t hesitate to reach out today, we’d love to get to know you.
Diverse workforces will be essential in the battle to combat tomorrow’s problems. Gen Z is now the most diverse and populous generation in the history of the world, (New York Post) they are the clients and the employees of tomorrow, and diversity of thought will be required to meet their needs.