The Alpine Group has been a leader and innovator among medical device, biotech, and pharmaceutical staffing agencies for more than 20 years. We’ve learned a thing or two about pinpointing those people who can become the heart of a business.
Our highly focused and proprietary approach to recruitment combines our streamlined methodology and our unique knowledge of the medical technology and biotech industry. Our process is based on speed and accuracy and designed to deliver the next impact player to our clients before their competitors reach them.
The Alpine Group recruiters are focused on meeting a company’s individual cultural and business needs. No preconceived notions or cookie cutters – only carefully crafted solutions designed to achieve specific hiring goals and objectives. With a full range of solutions, we give you the flexibility you want at the pace you demand.
The Alpine Group provides contingency searches to give companies a no risk option.
If your need is more immediate, or the talent’s skills more in demand, we can dedicate a team of professionals to focus exclusively on your specific solution. In return for a small commitment fee up front, you will receive a complete, customized search action plan.
Limited time or short-term projects require unique talent. We can determine the best available talent at the right time for you.
Our commitment does not end when our talent is hired. We stand behind our clients with a commitment to help retain key employees along with the talent you have hired from our partnership. After all, who better to help you understand how to keep people than a recruiter who knows all the reasons why people leave?
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