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While it's a little off the beaten track for most Capsules readers, I'm hoping you or someone you know might be interested in a position a recruiter just e-mailed me about:

    Our client (The Practice) provides a broad range of business advisory services to clients in the pharmaceutical, biotechnology, and medical device industries. Professionals in the Practice assist clients with operations performance improvement and financial operations issues, regulatory compliance risk management, information system evaluation and security, data management, and litigation and investigations.The Practice seeks an experienced professional to add to its growing management team, especially on the West Coast. This individual will be responsible for delivery of medium and large-scale projects, serving existing clients, and developing new business prospects, as well as building and leading teams of consultants, principally on the West Coast. We currently are seeking a Director level individual to join our team with a focus in Performance Improvement in the life science area, with complementary skills in the clinical, manufacturing and/or sales and marketing regulatory fields. Prior consulting experience combined with industry experience is a must. Responsibilities for this position will include:

    Practice development

    Recruiting and hiring

    Personnel management

    Development and management of relationships with senior industry executives.

    Identification of service opportunities and sale of consultative projects.

    Client service delivery

    Quality management

    Management of local thought leadership initiatives and contribution to domestic and international thought leadership

If you're interested, please get in touch with Jason Lawrence, sales manager, J. Scott & Associates, Inc.

Voice: 770.664.1497, fax 770.664.1798, mobile: 678.386.8382, e-mail. P.S. The money looks pretty darn good.

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