Naturejobs and Jobvector together launch the largest career expo for scientists in the EU
New York | Heidelberg, 13 May 2015
Naturejobs, a global career resource for scientists, and Jobvector, Germany’s Science career center, announce the inaugural Naturejobs Career Expo Düsseldorf. The Naturejobs Career Expo Düsseldorf will take place at Classic Remise Düsseldorf on 26 November 2015.
Stemming from the largest science focused career fair of its kind in the UK and the success of previous Jobvector Career Days, Naturejobs Career Expo Düsseldorf will connect talented researchers and scientists across Germany and the EU.
"Naturejobs Career Expo Düsseldorf will feature the combined resources and expertise of Jobvector and Naturejobs," says Nils Moeller, NPG Global Head of Classified Advertising. "The combination of two of the top recruiting organizations working together will result in an exemplary event that will provide a unique opportunity for attendees to meet high profile scientists and gain careers information and advice."
The Naturejobs Career Expo Düsseldorf will promote global career opportunities in science, medicine and engineering, be it in industrial research, research organizations or academia. It will present the best opportunities from the best organizations: public, private, national and international. Jobseekers can meet with potential employers actively recruiting to fill vacancies.
Naturejobs is a global career resource for scientists and the world’s largest dedicated science jobs board. It advertises international science jobs across Nature Publishing Group journals as well as centrally at Naturejobs.com. Naturejobs also provide a wide range of free career articles, advice and information for scientists and run a CV database for jobseekers.
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