Custom Search

Saturday, March 14, 2009


RAPS Virtual Career Fair: 23 April, 2009

The Regulatory Affairs Professionals Society (RAPS) is the leading worldwide member organization devoted to the health product regulatory profession. With more than 12,000 individual members from industry, government, research, clinical and academic organizations in more than 50 countries, RAPS develops professional standards for knowledge, competency and ethics and is the leading source of information on the scope of practice of regulatory professionals and their critical roles in the health sector.

For information about regulatory affair jobs, please refer to my previous posters.

For the Hottest Jobs, Go Regulatory Affairs

Regulatory affairs: resources

Mark your calendars for the RAPS semi-annual Virtual Career Fair and gain access to a wealth of professional opportunities exclusive to the regulatory healthcare industry.

23 April 2009
10:00 am - 8:00 pm EST

From the convenience of your desktop, the RAPS Virtual Career Fair offers a unique venue in which you access premier regulatory job opportunities and showcase your knowledge and skills. Whether you are looking to jump into the regulatory field or an experienced professional looking to progress your career, the RAPS Virtual Career Fair will be a valuable resource in your quest for professional advancement. Job postings will be available for all levels of experience in the industry.

You will be able to:

- Explore current job openings quickly and easily
- Distribute your resume to potential employers
- Chat directly with hiring managers
…and much more!

Click here to registration and registration is free.

Tuesday, March 3, 2009


Future of Southern Ag Student Essay Contest

As the leaders of tomorrow, you are holding the Future of Southern Ag in your hands. Compete against fellow undergraduate and graduate students from eligible universities across the South by sharing your vision of the Future of Southern Ag.

Participating universities have been divided into two regions. One undergraduate essay and one graduate essay from each region will advance to the national final. Of the four finalists, the undergraduate essay and the graduate essay writers with the highest cumulative score will be awarded $6,000 – and the runners-up will each receive $4,000.

The submission deadline is April 15th, 2009.

For all contest information, official rules, essay topic and the online entry form, click here.

This page is powered by Blogger. Isn't yours?

Subscribe to Posts [Atom]