Recruiting News Monday, March 26 Heikkinen, Requisition-style talent strategy, Tissue innate immunity & more…
Recruiting News TLDR / Table of Contents
- 3 Ways to Build a Long-Term Recruiting Strategy
- Are you missing out on great-fit candidates because your recruiting process is too narrow? Montage CEO Kurt Heikkinen has tips for retaining more great candidates with a long-term recruiting strategy
- Heikkinen, requisition-style talent strategy, Kurt Heikkinen, deep talent pool, candidate-centric recruiting models
- Research Associate (Fixed Term) – Job Opportunities – University of Cambridge
- Research Associate (Fixed Term) in the Department of Obstetrics and Gynaecology at the University of Cambridge.
- tissue innate immunity, uterine innate lymphocytes, innate immunity remodels, postdoctoral Research Associate, Francesco Colucci
- new Chief Officer, information pack download, sound judgement, award-winning Healthwatch,
- Your talent strategy should take a more holistic and long-term perspective to take advantage of a deeper pool of candidates, Heikkinen says.
- Assessments can help indicate how and why a second-place candidate might be good for your organization in another capacity, Heikkinen says, eliminating the need to start the search process all over when its time to hire again.
- Enabling candidates to use digital tools on their end can help you create a searchable record that makes second-place finishers easier to recall when you have a new opening.
- To build a deep talent pool, youll now have to keep those candidates interacting with your company even as they consider their other choices, Heikkinen says.
- Building and sustaining these connections with candidates who almost (but not quite) made it will give you a talent community you can tap into when the need arises.
- A 4 years postdoctoral Research Associate (PhD awarded or in the process of being awarded) position, fully funded by a Wellcome Trust joint investigator award to Francesco Colucci and Ashley Moffett, Department of Pathology, is available for a talented researcher to join our friendly Department and Colucci Team at the…
- Our research in Cambridge has shown that uterine innate lymphocytes, including natural killer cells, facilitate uterine vascular adaptations to pregnancy, promoting formation of the placenta and fetal growth (reviewed in 1).
- There is, however, evidence that these cytokines may be key for healthy pregnancy (3, 4) – – Based on our unpublished new research, the working hypothesis of this project is that specific members of the interleukin-1 (IL-1) family of cytokines act on innate lymphocytes and impact on pregnancy outcome.
- We now have preliminary evidence from a prospective cohort, the Pregnancy Outcome Prediction study (5), that dysregulation of these cytokines is associated with pregnancy disorders.
- This is an international (6) and dynamic team of talented graduate students and research associates engaged in active collaboration with several research groups within and beyond the University of Cambridge Centre for Trophoblast Research.
- Information pack & person specification (PDF) – – Application form (Word document please save first and then type into it) – – Equalities monitoring form (Word document please save first and then type into it) – – *Please complete boththe application form and the equalities monitoring form.
- Alternatively, contact us to request a pack by email or post or call 01384 573381.
- Full terms and conditions are outlined in each information pack download, alternatively, please call the team on 03000 111001 for more information, or to obtain an application pack in alternative formats.
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