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Life Science Career Coach or Recruiter Resume

Desired Industry: Biotech SpiderID: 82354
Desired Job Location: MEDFORD, Massachusetts Date Posted: 1/1/2020
Type of Position: Full-Time Permanent Availability Date: 2/1/2020
Desired Wage: 80,000 base
U.S. Work Authorization: Yes
Job Level: Experienced with over 2 years experience Willing to Travel: Yes, Less Than 25%
Highest Degree Attained: Doctoral Willing to Relocate: No

Seeking a position with a biopharmaceutical or biotechnology company that leverages my proficiencies in bioanalytical
chemistry, point-of-care diagnostics, and cell biology to serve as a scientific career coach or recruiter.

Scientific Recruiting Associate, Recruiting July 2019 – current
 Establish and nurture professional relationships with candidates and clients
 Leverage sourcing channels to build talent pipelines (external network, job boards, LinkedIn recruiter Lite)
 Screen resumes to provide feedback for candidates and send qualified applicants to hiring managers
 Manage ATS to source candidate profiles, post new roles, and update database records (Kortivity, Greenhouse)
 Train new hires on ATS and company resources and protocols
 Serve as the companies first contact for new candidates through phone screens and outreach
 Work closely with hiring managers and human resources to generate weekly client reports
 Collaborate with hiring managers to understand their candidate needs and compose job descriptions
 Author blog articles on job hunting, interviewing best practices, and the biotech industry
 Bolster Sci.Bio’s marketing platforms and strategies through social media, LinkedIn, and blog postings
 Engage in local networking events to source new candidates and foster client connections

Postdoctoral Scholar, Tufts University
Research Focus: Development of Paper-Based Assays for Point-of-Care Applications 2016 – 2019
 Co-founded a paper-based diagnostics company through Tufts University (Vivo Sango)
 Lead new business development activities and fundraising efforts
 Identified and engaged investors and collaborators through cold calls and networking
 Established and maintained partnerships with healthcare providers, opinion leaders, and NGOs
 Authored grant and business plan competition application packages
*Awarded funding through the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, Tufts Entrepreneurship Center, Tufts Technology Transfer Accelerator, and The Center for Innovation in Point-of-Care Technologies for HIV/AIDS at Northwestern University
 Served as a design consultant to compose figures and presentations for other professionals and their research
 Fabricated and analyzed novel dried blood spot cards
 Developed paper-based assays for ion detection, hematological screens, cell purification, and plasma separation
 Created 3D device designs in Adobe Illustrator for wax printed, paper-based devices
 Processed human blood for bioanalysis in solution and on paper-based devices
 Managed day-to-day operations of the lab, such as scheduling, ordering, and facilitating instrument trainings
 Mentored and advised graduate and undergraduate students
 Isolated primary, bovine chondrocytes for the development of a rapid assay to determine cell phenotype
 Investigated variations in gene expression of chondrocytes through RNA isolation, RT-PCR, and qPCR

Graduate Research Assistant, Auburn University
Research Focus: Small Volume Analytical Platforms for Primary Cell Secretions 2011 – 2016
 Distilled complex concepts into presentations appropriate for a wide range of audience expertise
 Modeled and fabricated microfluidic chips using soft lithography
 Performed photolithography on silicon wafers in a clean room environment
 Extracted and isolated primary murine adipocytes and islets
 Devised 3D printed devices and inserts for open source lab equipment and macro-to-micro interfacing
 Managed purchasing, scheduling, and assorted logistics of the lab
 Designed DNA-antibody probes for small volume proximity assays

Auburn University, Auburn, AL Ph.D. in Chemistry under Prof. Christopher J. Easley 2011 – 2016

Berry College, Rome, GA B.S. in Biochemistry, Minor in Animal Sciences 2007 – 2011

 Exceptional written and oral presentation skills
 Solidified team leadership and interpersonal skills
 Self-starter capable of multitasking a wide variety of projects
 Keen aptitude for problem solving and analytical strategizing
 Proven track record of developing effective proposals and strategies for project funding
 Expert in Adobe Illustrator, Adobe Photoshop, Microsoft Suite (PowerPoint, Excel, Outlook, Word)

Additional Information:
I have a multidisciplinary background allowing me to fit well into a wide variety of projects. I received my Ph.D. in 2016 under Prof. Chris Easley at Auburn University where my dissertation focused on developing microfluidic platforms for monitoring primary, murine pancreatic islets and adipocytes. My current postdoctoral work under Prof. Charles Mace at Tufts University concentrates on developing point-of-care platforms for paper-based diagnostics. I have also co-founded a biotechnology startup business to support the platforms I have developed in the Mace Lab.

Available upon request.

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