About Brad Hartman
Brad Hartman is a life science industry expert who specializes in recruiting, training and development and talent management for biotech and pharmaceutical organizations throughout the US. A 2003 graduate in Neuroscience from the U of R, Brand has spent the last 10 years in the Boston area working with some of the most successful companies in the life sciences industry. As a Human Resources Business Partner at the Commercial division at Vertex Pharmaceuticals, Brand helped lead the evaluation of talent for the company’s first product launch, which became the fastest blockbuster drug launch in history (Incivek). He has consulted for and helped build over 50 start-up companies in the Boston area, and current serves as Managing Partner and co-founder for Connected Search, a boutique recruiting, training and consulting firm in Cambridge, Massachusetts.
Friday, April 12th in the Career and Internship Center
“Swimming Downstream: Networking, Interview and Resume Skills that will Impact Your Career”
Some of the most important factors influencing the level of your career success will be outside of your day-to-day job performance. Your ability to develop AND leverage a strong network of professionals, mentors and strategic advocates, your ability to deliver in new, behavioral interviews which are less specific and harder to rehearse for, and your ability to effectively market how you are different in a punchy, effective way in your resume will be three of these key factors.
Come learn best practices on how to network, interview and market your resume from a U of R grad who has interviewed over 10,000 life science professionals and worked behind the scenes helping some of the top life science companies think about and evaluate key talent across every area of drug development.
“Understanding the Landscape of Career Options in Biotech & Pharmaceutical Companies”
The drug development process is a huge undertaking that involves a wide variety of career fields, both at the bench and outside of the lab. This 2hr seminar will provide an in-depth look at the specific positions that are integral at each stage of drug development, what career paths look like for these roles, the extensive opportunities to use your science degree but in a role outside of the lab, and insights into what fields are growing and where the industry's employment trends are headed.