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Joe Nakelski - clinical development, medical directors, pharmacoepidemiology, pharmacovigilance, bioinformatics, biostatistics, computational biology, drug safety, HEOR, epidemiology, statisticians and data analytics and SAS/statistical programming. CONTACT- Joe Nakelski
WHAT WE DO FOR YOU AS A JOSEPH ASSOCIATES CANDIDATE
Mr. Nakelski will use his interest in science and healthcare and the knowledge gained from the several hundred successful placements made over the past twenty years to help you further your career.
Our primary goal is to place you in your next job. In doing so we will support you through the entire process from defining your career objectives up through final negotiations and beginning your new job.
As specialists in certain job areas we can usually inform your career choices with our knowledge of the various clients in the industries we serve and the employment world in general.
Moving to a new position can be an exciting and enjoyable experience or a daunting one. It is likely however that between us we have experience with and solutions to most of the issues that occasionally occur in a successful job search.
Defining your career goals-
We review your CV while discussing what you would like to see in your next career step. It is helpful at this point if you tell us what you want to do either as a job title or a word description. We also need to know what geographical area you want to work in, and if there is any part of the country you are especially interested in or would consider relocating to, as well as your compensation history and a range of salary you would consider for your next job.
We strongly recommend that you review your CV/resume in detail as your primary interview preparation. On a separate piece of paper or Word documents write out in detail what the most recent project you worked on was including whom you managed or supervised, what you accomplished, any cost or time savings you accomplished and areas of personal expertise that you employed. Go back in time several years and then put what you have written aside for a while.
Review what you have written to identify patterns which reflect your areas of expertise-e.g.-people or project management, specific skills or fields of knowledge. Then write a paragraph about each. The objective here being to organize and summarize what makes you unique in your profession so that if you are asked questions relevant to one or several of these, you will be prepared. This self-analysis should also enable you to substantiate what you are saying about yourself because you can point to actual accomplishments.
(Learning new things)-We feel it is generally not a good idea to try to learn some new skill prior to an interview but rather stick to doing the best job you can in telling the interviewer who you are professionally and pointing out what you know and have done that fits what they have told you they want in their new employee. Emphasize the positive and focus upon what you bring to the party.
The search and discretion-
As career executive search professionals we are privy to a great deal of information about our candidates and clients and we guard that information very carefully. Whenever there is a question about information handling we err on the side of discretion. For example: As a matter of procedure it is our long-standing policy that we don’t send your CV/resume anywhere until we have reviewed the position and told you about the client and have your permission to do so.
Narrowing down the choices-
We can review the industries and opportunities and give you a frame of reference about the job market.
Negotiation and accepting your new position-
We stay with you each step of the way from career choice to interview preparation to final negotiations and job choice.
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