We are an award-winning life science staffing company serving the East Coast from our hub offices in Massachusetts, New York, New Jersey, New Hampshire and North Carolina.
Have a life science staffing need? Call us today 508.907.6222
FULL SCIENTIFIC STAFFING & RECRUITING SOLUTIONS
We’ve been providing key staff to many of the most successful life sciences, biotechnology and pharmaceutical organizations in the Unites States for more than a 15 years. If you are looking for a full-service staffing firm with a solid reputation and a service team that can handle everything from highly specialized positions to “big jobs” with integrity, ClinLab is here and ready to exceed expectations.
ClinLab Is Hiring!
Staffing & Placements
- Top pharmaceutical and biotechnical staff choices
- Talent to meet your pre-clinical and clinical needs
- Contract and contract-to-permanent
- Contingency-based and direct hire options
Our Clients Come First
ClinLab Staffing is driven to deliver effective, efficient and successful results. Since 2002, we’ve built an industry-leading recruitment organization by providing superior candidates time and time again. Contact or call us at 508-907-6222 to get started.
Staffing and Placement News & Resources
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