November 10, 2021 @ 10:00 am - 1:00 pm
- This event has passed.
Registration opens Oct. 15th.
Life science companies are hiring! Oregon Bio boasts a membership of over 160 organizations. Many of them from startups to mid-sized companies to large divisions of global organizations participated in our Spring 2021 Career Fair including Acer Therapeutics, Acumed, Biotronik, CAI, Cascade Chemistry, Genentech, Genteel, Micro Systems Engineering, Inc., Molecular Testing Labs, Refeyn, Thermo Fisher Scientific and Twist Bioscience. Come chat with many of them at our upcoming Virtual Career Fair.
Who should attend:
University/College students within 8 months of graduation
Biologists, chemists, engineers, quality and regulatory professionals, data analysts with a passion for driving therapeutic breakthroughs, to slashing greenhouse gas emissions, to sustainably feeding a growing global population
Life science workforce from elsewhere looking to relocate to the Pacific Northwest
The career fair is free for job-seekers to attend. Job Seeker registration will open Mid-October. In the meantime, check out our career page for examples of current bioscience job openings in our region.
Life science employers, HR experts, recruiters – Register for your booth
Are you hiring? Do you have hiring plans for the near future? Leverage the joint marketing power of Oregon Bio and fellow life science companies to find qualified candidates for existing jobs and reserve your booth at Oregon Bio’s 2021 Fall Virtual Career Fair. Activate using an industry-leading, smart technology platform to “meet,” screen and interview potential employees.
Oregon Bio’s DEI committee is working on your behalf to get the word out to diverse candidate pools.
Build employer brand awareness and attract hard-to-reach talent
Attract and convert more jobsite visitors and passive job seekers into applicants
Engage and screen candidates more efficiently to reduce time and cost to hire
Improve company loyalty, internal mobility, and employee satisfaction
Email Julie@oregonbio.org with questions.