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Project Manager at APC
APC was created out of a passion for science and research. In 2011, Dr. Mark Barrett and Prof. Brian Glennon of the UCD School of Chemical and Bioprocess Engineering in Dublin, Ireland, embarked on a miss...
6th March, 2022
Effective leaders realise that creating the conditions for a more empowered, passionate and purposeful workforce will benefit their organisations in the long run.
Both employees and business leaders are longing for an emotional connection to the work tha...
Fastnet – The Talent Group® is proud to shine the light on inspiring female engineers. We recently caught up with Tatiana Ryan, a project manager with a leading biopharma company, who shares with us why she became an engineer, who inspired her and why she believes engineering is a great career.
Over the past number of weeks, the Fastnet team has been spreading some Christmas cheer and giving a little something to those less fortunate than ourselves.
Team Hope works with communities to transform children’s lives by tackling poverty and inequality through its Christmas Shoebox Appeal, sustainable d...
As we continue our 20th anniversary celebrations at Fastnet – The Talent Group®, we are today celebrating our colleague Ailish Groarke who has played an important role in the business for 20 years.
When presenting Ailish with her service award, Managing Partner Niamh O’Driscoll commented &quo...
Fastnet - The Talent Group® is celebrating 20 years of Talent and Recruitment consultancy in the Life Sciences sector this week. Founded in 1999, Directors Niamh and Pat O’Driscoll had a very clear strategy based on three pillars:
to be expert in the life sciences sector;
to provide an excepti...
The changing nature of work means that a career move is more feasible now than for previous generations. People are increasingly working in new ways; be it in different roles, more dynamic working environments, changing locations or flexible working hours. While in the past skills and professions were learned for...