Job Day analytica 2010: Platform and source of inspiration for jobs and careers

As in the past, the leading international trade fair analytica 2010 will spend an entire day being a source of inspiration for everyone who is planning to embark on a career or is searching for a new career challenge in the analysis, laboratory technology and biotechnology sectors. On March 26, analytica Job Day and its various events such as jobvector career day, Student Day and an extensive program of lectures will pay a great deal of attention to the topic of jobs and careers.

analytica, which is being held in Munich from March 23 - 26, 2010, is not just a central marketplace for marketable products and solutions in the analysis, laboratory technology and biotechnology sectors. Thanks to analytica Job Day, which is being held for the fifth time, it also informs people who are looking for jobs about career prospects in the scientific and technical sector. By bringing qualified applicants together with potential employees, the fair serves as a career springboard for everyone who is looking for a new career challenge. Job Day also gives visitors access to a diverse range of information and dialog opportunities.

Dr. Martina Sribar from the Project Management Office at jobvector, explains the objective of Job Day: "analytica Job Day is the perfect forum for applicants as well as for companies in the chemical and life-science sectors because it helps them to find one another. The idea behind job vector career day, for example, is to promote the exchange of information between both groups and make it as effective as possible."

Job Day in Hall B2 consists of various elements: jobvector career day with the Jobtour and career stand, organized by the career platform jobvector, and Student Day, which is being organized by the German Chemical Society (GDCh), the Association for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology (GBM) and the German Association for Biology, Bio Sciences and Bio Medicine (VBio). The extensive program of lectures at the Job Day Forum, which is being held in conjunction with jobvector and the above mentioned organizations, rounds out the range of events for everyone from experts to qualified entry-level employees.

First-rate range of events at jobvector career day
jobvector career day, which is being organized by the jobvector career platform, features an extensive program of events that revolve around starting careers and getting re-oriented such as lectures, the Jobtour and several other attractions for those looking for jobs in the scientific and technical sector. The recruiting event for scientists and technicians enjoys the support of several companies. Bio-M, Dionex (Europe) Management, Eppendorf, Hexal, i3 Pharma Resourcing, Kelly Scientific Resources, Life Technologies, Miltenyi Biotech, MorphoSys, pharmexx, Roche Diagnostics, Sandoz and Thermo Fisher Scientific have confirmed that they will be participating as partners.

The Jobtour, which runs during the entire fair, allows applicants to stop by the jobvector Careers Stand in Hall B2 (Stand 590) and the stands of participating companies and speak directly with Human Resource managers. They can introduce themselves, get an initial impression of the company and gather information about their career prospects. Dr. Sribar explains: "analytica allows those who are interested to simply seek out the advice of others: about their career opportunities, about finding a job, about training courses and about anything else that has to do with careers in the life sciences." The Careers Stand will feature employment ads from jobvector, from participating companies and from analytica exhibitors, and applicants can meet with HR representatives to discuss job openings.

Application folder—doing it right is important
jobvector career day also includes sector-specific checks of application folders, and the various documents that applicants bring with them will be assessed for their strengths and weaknesses. Those who are interested can sign up for the application-folder check online at

Job Day Forum
The Job Day Forum in Hall B2 on March 26, 2010 allows graduates and those looking for jobs to spend the entire day attending presentations where they can gather information about career prospects in the chemicals, biotechnology and pharma sectors and contact potential employers directly. The diverse, practice-oriented program of events revolves around topics such as choosing a profession, applying for jobs and pursuing careers in the scientific and technical sector. Companies of all sizes will introduce themselves and discuss various entry alternatives, career prospects and expectations in their companies. At an event known as "Interview Live", where applicants answer the questions of a Human Resources manager, visitors will receive additional effective tips from the career professionals at jobvector. In addition, Germany's leading scientific associations GBM, GDCH and VBIO will give participants an overview of the current job market for biologists, biochemists and chemists.

Promoting upcoming professionals at Student Day
Student Day revolves entirely around promoting upcoming professionals and addresses the youngest in the industry directly. Technical experts from the German Chemical Society (GDCh), the Association for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology (GBM) and the German Association for Biology, Bio Sciences and Bio Medicine (VBio) will inform interested high-school graduates about the various courses of instruction and specialty fields in the various professions, the necessary requirements, and their prospects once they graduate from college. They will focus on the biology, biochemistry, chemistry and chemical-engineering sectors. Students and groups are eligible for discounts on the price of admission.

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