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Team Member Spotlight: Insights from a CRA II

In this team member spotlight, explore how Bo found her passion for clinical research and how she has found fulfilling professional growth at PSI.

Describe your role at PSI and how you impact a clinical trial.  

I work as a Clinical Research Associate II, acting as the intermediary between the participating hospital and the project team. Essentially, my role involves supporting the hospital in various capacities such as addressing protocol inquiries, reviewing data, and negotiating contracts. My responsibilities are quite diverse. Working closely with hospital staff puts me in an ideal position to resolve, discuss, or negotiate matters with them. This frequently leads to quicker and improved outcomes.

How did you become interested in clinical research, and how have you grown professionally at PSI?  

As a graduate in biomedical science, my inherent passion for research was always present. However, what specifically drew me to clinical research? While pursuing my studies, I primarily focused on pre-clinical research, yet I found myself yearning to have a more direct impact on people’s lives. Upon discovering the breadth of opportunities within clinical research, including its various facets such as feasibility assessments, administrative tasks, regulatory affairs, and monitoring, I was easily enticed to pursue a career in this field.

I began my journey at PSI as a clinical trial administrator, I did not know much about the clinical trials industry. With time and the guidance of my colleagues, I immersed myself in the intricacies of clinical trials, discovering what aspects I enjoyed and those I did not. This experience allowed me to discern my professional aspirations. Two years ago, I transitioned to the role of Clinical Research Associate I, where I continue to learn every day. Working on diverse studies with different sponsors and colleagues has enriched my experience significantly. While I acknowledge that I still have much to learn, I am confident in my ability to continue growing within PSI and the field of clinical research.

What aspects of PSI’s culture do you appreciate the most?

I believe what distinguishes PSI is its personal and open approach. I feel comfortable sharing anything with my colleagues, and I’m able to be myself at all times. Our office in Belgium fosters a fantastic atmosphere, complemented by engaging activities such as the PSI bistro, quiz nights, and after-work drinks. Alongside the stimulating work I encounter in my studies, these additional activities and the open mindset within the company contribute significantly to my satisfaction working at PSI.

What do you find most rewarding about your career at PSI and what advice would you give to someone looking to join our team?

The most rewarding aspect of my career is the sense that I can arrive at work with a smile, knowing that I have the opportunity to truly impact the world. Additionally, the knowledge that growth within PSI is continual is incredibly fulfilling. 

To someone considering joining our team, I would advise: Don’t hesitate! PSI is a perfect place to initiate and advance your career. You’ll find yourself surrounded by delightful, inspirational, and enjoyable individuals who are always ready to lend a hand. 

Interested in taking the next step in your career? Discover what makes PSI so unique and explore our open job opportunities.

 

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RTP Office Named a Best Place to Work in the Triangle 

PSI’s RTP office has been recognized as one of the Triangle Business Journal’s Best Places to Work for 2024. This prestigious accolade celebrates our outstanding company culture, strong leadership, and unwavering commitment to our employees, as voted on by the dedicated professionals within our organization. 

This achievement marks a significant milestone for our RTP team, showcasing our consistent dedication to fostering an environment where employees can thrive and excel.  

“This award results from our team’s feedback and is dedicated to our RTP team,” says Sabine Kroher-Debuschewitz, Senior Director of Operations for PSI’s RTP office. “By definition, we are a group working together toward the common goal of providing new and better treatment options to patients as quickly and safely as possible. Teamwork, communication, and accountability are not easy. As we strive toward our goals, we fail, improve, own our faults, fail better, and gradually enhance our service and delivery to clients and sites. The journey to excellence is long and is only possible when we trust and care for each other and our work. I trust my team. Always. They are simply the best!” 

The selection process for the Best Places to Work award involves a collaboration between Triangle Business Journal and Quantum Workplace. Companies are first nominated by the public, and employees at these nominated companies are then invited to complete an online survey that assesses various aspects of company culture, including compensation, benefits, and trust in senior leadership. 

At PSI, fostering a robust culture is paramount, both locally and globally. Our roots are deeply embedded in stability and longevity, thanks to a team of managers who founded the company 25 years ago and continue to actively contribute to its growth today. This lasting stability has cultivated a cohesive global culture that extends across six continents.  

We embrace seven core values that steer our business operations, forming the foundation of our growth and our unwavering commitment to delivering exceptional customer service for over 25 years. With a global workforce exceeding 2,700 employees, these values ensure we maintain our unique trajectory of organic growth and a steadfast focus on our customers. 

The Best Places to Work Awards recognize local employers who have gone above and beyond to create an outstanding workplace culture. The rankings are based on confidential surveys of employees that measure success in team dynamics, trust in leadership, communication, and more, with only the top-scoring companies in the region earning the coveted right to be named one of the Best Places to Work. 

As we celebrate this achievement, we remain committed to nurturing a workplace where our employees can continue to grow, succeed, and make a difference. Thank you to our incredible RTP team for making this honor possible, and to all our employees worldwide for their ongoing dedication and hard work. 

Interested in taking the next step in your career? Discover what makes PSI so unique and explore our open job opportunities.

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King of Prussia Office Receives Best Places to Work Award for 6th Year in a Row 

PSI CRO is thrilled to announce that its King of Prussia office has been recognized as one of Philadelphia Business Journal’s Best Places to Work for 2024. This prestigious accolade highlights PSI’s exceptional company culture, strong leadership, and unwavering commitment to its employees, as voted on by the dedicated professionals within the organization.

This achievement marks the sixth consecutive year that PSI’s King of Prussia team has been honored with this esteemed award, reflecting the office’s consistent dedication to fostering an environment where employees can thrive and excel.

“We believe our people are our greatest asset, and we are committed to helping them achieve their highest potential,” says Tom Flud, Senior Director of Operations at King of Prussia. The talented, enthusiastic, and dedicated team members cultivate a vibrant culture that results in both individual and team successes. Our positive work environment thrives on solid relationships, mutual respect, and numerous opportunities for growth.”

The selection process for the Best Places to Work award involves a partnership between Philadelphia Business Journal and Quantum Workplace. The public nominates companies, and employees at these nominated companies are then invited to complete an online survey that assesses various aspects of company culture, including compensation, benefits, and trust in senior leadership.

At PSI CRO, cultivating a strong culture is a top priority, both in the King of Prussia office and across all global locations. The company’s foundation is built on stability and longevity, with a group of managers who founded PSI a quarter of a century ago still actively involved in the organization today. This enduring stability has fostered a unified global culture that spans six continents.

The company adheres to seven core values that guide its business practices, serving as the bedrock of PSI’s growth and unwavering commitment to providing exceptional customer service for more than 25 years. With a workforce of more than 2,700 employees worldwide, these values ensure that PSI maintains its unique path of organic growth and customer-centric dedication.

Interested in taking the next step in your career? Discover what makes PSI so unique and explore our open job opportunities.

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Team Member Spotlight: Insights from a Legal Counsel 

 This spotlight story explores Ramela’s journey to PSI, how her role impacts clinical trials, and insights into what influences a successful career.  

Describe your role at PSI and how you impact a clinical trial.  

In my role as legal counsel, my primary focus lies in supporting PSI’s global business legal needs in areas such as contract, compliance, corporate, employment and litigation. My responsibilities can directly impact clinical trials by ensuring that agreements with our clients are successfully executed and indirectly through the support I provide to internal stakeholders in the business to complete their tasks on time, which contributes to the overall success of the trials. 

How did you become interested in clinical research, and how have you grown professionally at PSI?  

My journey into clinical research began during a period of career reflection where I was looking for opportunities for growth working as a solicitor within a private law firm. The opportunity to contribute to impactful research drew me towards clinical research, and joining a CRO marked my initiation into this field. While joining PSI without prior clinical trial experience initially seemed daunting, the supportive environment fostered by line managers at PSI facilitated a seamless transition. Their guidance has been invaluable in helping me align my legal background to the world of clinical research, enabling both personal and professional growth at PSI.

What do you find most rewarding about your career at PSI and what advice would you give to someone looking to join our team?

The most rewarding aspect of my career at PSI is the opportunity to utilize my legal expertise to ensure the successful and ethical conduct of clinical trials. Reviewing contracts for these trials allows me to contribute directly to advancing healthcare and making a positive impact in patients’ lives. 

As someone who joined PSI without prior clinical research experience, my advice would be to embrace the learning process, work hard, seek guidance, and focus on making a positive impact. With dedication and a proactive mindset, you can not only overcome the initial challenges but also flourish in your career within the dynamic field of clinical research. 

Interested in taking the next step in your career? Discover what makes PSI so unique and explore our open job opportunities.

 

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Thriving Together: Celebrating Exceptional Results from our Annual Global Engagement Survey

At PSI, we believe that our people are our greatest asset. They are the heart and soul of everything we do, driving us toward our mission to be the best CRO in the world as measured by our employees, clients, sites, and vendors.

We’re excited to share the results of our inaugural annual global engagement survey, which surveyed our more than 2,700 team members across 60 countries to reaffirm our commitment to fostering a diverse and collaborative work environment where every team member feels valued, respected, and empowered to thrive. Colleague survey responses were confidential, and questions ranged in categories from career growth and communication to culture and leadership.

Acceptance and Respect: Foundations of Our Culture

The cornerstone of our company culture is a deep-seated commitment to acceptance and respect. We’re delighted to announce that an overwhelming 91% of team members reported feeling accepted by their colleagues. This statistic speaks volumes about the inclusive and welcoming atmosphere we’ve cultivated within PSI.

Moreover, a remarkable 90% of team members indicated that they feel their colleagues treat each other with respect—a testament to the strong sense of camaraderie and mutual support that defines our workplace culture.

Team Alignment with our Core Values

Central to our identity as a company are our core values, which guide us in every decision and action we take – and 86% of our team members identify with these core values. This high level of alignment demonstrates that our values are not just words on a page but deeply ingrained principles that resonate with each member of our team. Together, we are united by a shared commitment to integrity, excellence, communication, and accountability—a commitment that drives us forward in our pursuit of excellence. Explore our core values here.

Engaging Work, Proud Community

Within PSI, 82% of our colleagues find their work interesting and engaging. This speaks volumes about the dynamic and stimulating environment we’ve cultivated—a place where every day presents new challenges to conquer and opportunities to grow.

Equally inspiring is the revelation that 83% of our colleagues feel proud to work here, reaffirming that PSI is not just a workplace—it’s a source of inspiration and fulfillment, a place where each member of our team can take pride in the contributions they make to our shared mission and towards the future of global health outcomes.

Looking Ahead: Continuing the Journey

As we celebrate these remarkable achievements, we also recognize that our journey towards excellence is ongoing. We remain dedicated to continually enhancing our workplace culture, listening to feedback, and implementing initiatives that further strengthen our commitment to collaboration, inclusivity, and shared values.

The results of our annual global engagement survey underscore our unwavering commitment to fostering a great and collaborative work environment at PSI. Together, we will continue to strive towards our mission of being the best CRO in the world, guided by our shared values and fueled by the passion and dedication of our exceptional team members. Every patient counts, and so does every team member.

Interested in taking the next step in your career? Discover what makes PSI so unique and explore our open job opportunities.

 

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PSI UK Receives Recognition in The Sunday Times Best Places to Work Awards

PSI CRO UK has received recognition for its outstanding company culture, leadership, values, well-being, and job satisfaction, as voted by its employees in The Sunday Times Best Places to Work awards.

Our Oxford, UK office has been acknowledged in the best medium-sized organisations category. The survey for The Sunday Times Best Places to Work awards utilizes 26 questions from WorkL’s employee engagement survey to accurately assess employee engagement, well-being, and discretionary effort in the workplace.

“I am delighted with the results of the survey and to be accredited in The Sunday Times Best Places to Work report,” says Gill Wilson, PSI UK Country Manager. “At PSI we strive to make the UK office a great place to work. We constantly review our policies and procedures to ensure we provide a positive and collaborative work environment. I am so proud of what the UK team does and achieves. Thank you to our team members for their support in making the UK office a positive work environment for all.”

At PSI CRO, fostering a strong culture is a primary focus across all our global locations. The company’s roots are grounded in stability and longevity, with managers who established PSI a quarter of a century ago still actively engaged in the organization today. This enduring stability has cultivated a cohesive global culture spanning six continents.

As we continue to grow each day with more than 2,600 employees around the world, our core values ensure that PSI maintains its distinct path of organic growth and commitment to customer service, a trajectory we’ve pursued for more than 25 years. 

 Discover what makes PSI so unique and explore our open job opportunities.

 

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PSI Team Member Spotlight: Insights from a Regional Project Lead

This spotlight story explores Zora’s career growth, her appreciation of PSI’s inclusive culture, and offers insights into what influences a successful career.

Describe your role within PSI and how your role impacts a clinical trial?

As a Regional Project Lead, I oversee operations in multiple countries, assist my teams in reaching milestones, and address and escalate any issues that arise. One of my key priorities is fostering a positive working atmosphere.

In my role, I act as the intermediary between the Project Manager (PM) and the Clinical Operations team and serve as a channel for the sponsor’s expectations. Additionally, I communicate the needs and challenges faced by various sites, teams, and projects to the PM. My role is crucial in helping the PM, who holds overall responsibility, comprehend the study status, navigate challenges across different regions, and effectively relay messages within the PSI team.

How did you become interested in clinical research, and how have you grown professionally at PSI?

After completing my university studies, I initially worked in Regulatory for a pharmaceutical company. The idea of becoming a monitor was suggested by a colleague, even though I had no initial understanding of the role. However, as I delved into the details, I found it captivating. Working as a monitor, I developed a sense of excitement about being part of a system that introduces new therapies to patients.

I have absolutely grown professionally while at PSI. After a break of approximately five years from clinical research, during which I explored other fields like pharmacy, wholesale distribution, and quality management, I joined PSI as a Lead CRA. After about a year and a half, I received my first assignment as a Regional Lead, and in October 2023, I was officially promoted to Regional Project Lead.

What do you find most rewarding about your career at PSI and what advice would you give to someone looking to join our team?

What I find most rewarding about my career is the sense of accomplishment. I appreciate being asked for my input and, more importantly, being heard. The open team culture at PSI allows me to speak up and share my concerns and ideas, making me feel valued and acknowledged. It’s gratifying to be seen and accepted as a useful part of the team, where I can freely express my opinions. The emphasis on treating individuals as human beings rather than mere statistics adds to the overall rewarding experience.

For those considering joining our team at PSI, I would advise bringing curiosity, a readiness to learn, and a willingness to try new things, especially if you are new to the industry. PSI is an excellent workplace that excels in overcoming the challenges of the clinical trials service provider industry through effective teamwork. Whether you’re a newcomer or an experienced professional, PSI provides an environment where you can leverage your skills, feel accomplished, and continue your development. It’s definitely worth giving it a try.

Interested in taking the next step in your career? Discover what makes PSI so unique and explore our open job opportunities.

 

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Team Member Spotlight: Insights from a Learning, Design & Technology Specialist

This spotlight story explores Anna’s growth within PSI, how her role impacts learning and development for her colleagues, and insights into what influences a successful career.

Describe your role within PSI, the responsibilities you handle on a day-to-day basis, and how your role impacts a clinical trial. 

As a Learning, Design, & Technology Specialist, I am primarily responsible for creating various learning materials, including tutorials, presentations, brochures, and more. These materials are designed for our colleagues and cover essential areas such as the clinical research industry, corporate processes, and various soft skills.

While it may seem straightforward, producing high-quality content requires a versatile skill set. Picture a role that combines elements of a corporate trainer, motion designer, copywriter, UX/UI designer, and researcher. It’s both challenging and inspiring, especially when successfully making complex concepts accessible and engaging.

It’s important to note that the learning industry is evolving rapidly. In the Training & Resourcing team, we are consistently exploring and evaluating new programs and tools, aiming to seize every opportunity to make our programs practical and effective for the PSI team. This journey has been incredibly interesting, and I am confident that we will soon witness the emergence of new and more engaging formats and experiences.

How have you grown in your career with PSI?

My career path to the current role wasn’t a straightforward one. I initially started as a Project Assistant but discovered my passion for Learning and Development during training sessions conducted by our Training and Resourcing team. When a position working with Training & Resourcing became available, I applied and was fortunate enough to secure the role.

Over the next several years, I actively engaged in training coordination and development. Along the way, I discovered an e-learning development certification program, which instantly captivated me. Soon, e-learning became the primary focus of my job, although I still find great satisfaction in leading instructor-led sessions.

Throughout this journey, a key lesson for me has been the value of direct communication with colleagues. While learning theories and tools are crucial, my real growth and understanding stemmed from team mentorship and practical, interpersonal interactions. This hands-on experience has been pivotal in my career development at PSI.

What skills or qualities do you believe are crucial for someone to excel in their career at PSI, and how have you developed or honed these skills throughout your career?

My prior experience in recruitment taught me that there isn’t a universal skillset for candidates; each job at PSI has its unique requirements, a feature I highly value. Simultaneously, I’ve recognized that qualities such as curiosity and open-mindedness are significant advantages in this environment. Given the continuous evolution of the clinical research industry, I believe our success hinges on our capacity to learn from one another, collaborate, and grow together as a team.

What aspects of PSI’s culture do you appreciate the most, and how do they contribute to your overall job satisfaction?

What resonates most with me about PSI’s culture are the values placed on appreciating each other’s input, fostering continuous learning, and promoting open communication. It’s more than just a job; it’s about being part of a community that consistently strives for improvement and collective growth. Above all, our shared commitment to the ultimate goal of improving patients’ lives and bringing new medicines to fruition is the most inspiring aspect of our work.

What advice would you give to someone looking to join our team?

PSI offers a culture that values a strong professional ethic and continuous learning. It’s an ideal environment for individuals who are motivated to grow and make a tangible difference in their work!

Interested in taking the next step in your career? Discover what makes PSI so unique and explore our open job opportunities.

 

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A Spotlight on Impactful Contributions and Excellence in Clinical Research from a Data Management Group Lead 

In this team member spotlight, we delve into the intricacies of Anastasia’s career at PSI and how her expertise contributes to the overall mission of PSI, to be the best CRO in the world as measured by our employees, clients, sites, and vendors. Join us on a journey to discover Anastasia’s impact within the clinical trial landscape, showcasing the passion and dedication that define her role at PSI.

Describe your role within PSI and how your role impacts a clinical trial?

I serve as the Data Management Group Lead, responsible for overseeing Data Management (DM) activities within projects where PSI DM was contracted, I support the Project Data Manager. My role involves ensuring the optimal delivery of this study segment.

I act as the custodian of DM templates, involving the creation of new templates and the enhancement of existing ones based on departmental experiences and lessons learned. Additionally, I participate in review of PSI DM Quality Systems Documents.

In my capacity, I contribute to the training programs for both the DM department and other departments. I play a role in line managing my colleagues, guiding them in overcoming challenges, and fostering their professional growth. Another facet of my responsibilities involves active collaboration with one of our primary Electronic Data Capture (EDC) vendors, Medidata. This collaboration in particular includes the review of their new releases.

Lastly, I supervise automation activities within our departments, aiming to streamline processes, save time, and enhance overall efficiency.

How did you become interested in clinical research, and what motivated you to pursue a career in this field?

To me, a clinical trial project represents a complex and dynamic system. I liken it to fractals in the sense that each aspect mirrors or contains elements of occurrences in other aspects. For instance, in Data Management, there is a need to assimilate, comprehend, and convert various elements into data, such as the assessments of subjects, the organization of drug dispensation in the study, the speed of subject enrollment, the timing for Stats to review results, the contracted labs, and internal issues with data flow.

These are precisely the types of systems that capture my interest.

Moreover, it serves as an ongoing learning environment, both scientifically and in terms of the ‘handcraft’ involved. The rules of the process tend to evolve, becoming more intricate or changing, and new rules may emerge, similar to shifts in study designs. Consequently, there is a continual opportunity to acquire new knowledge and share insights with the team. This evolving process is particularly exhilarating for me.

What do you find most rewarding about your career at PSI?

I am delighted to be a member of an exceptional team, surrounded by amazing colleagues both within the company and specifically within my department. These individuals inspire me, and I consistently learn from them. I consider myself fortunate to be a part of this knowledge-sharing community, benefiting from the wisdom of my senior managers in an environment they have cultivated.

This supportive atmosphere has enabled me to evolve rapidly, ensuring that monotony is never a concern. Beginning as a Data Manager, I progressed through roles such as Lead Data Manager and Senior Data Manager to my current position as a DM Group Lead. This growth is not only about the expansion of my responsibilities but also involves dealing with increasingly complex projects and making a greater contribution to departmental activities. Significantly, this professional growth has been entirely within PSI.

What excites you about your career and what advice would you give to someone looking to join our team? 

What excites me most about my career is the diverse range of growth opportunities available both as a Data Management professional and as a manager. The chance to continuously learn from outstanding individuals within our team is a constant source of inspiration.

My advice to someone looking to join our team is to embrace hard work, set ambitious goals, and maintain consistency in both professional and managerial aspects. The combination of diverse growth areas and the collaborative environment here creates an exciting and fulfilling career journey.

Interested in taking the next step in your career? Discover what makes PSI so unique and explore our open job opportunities.

 

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Exploring the Role of a PSI Recruiter: Insight into Recruitment, Impact, and Culture at PSI

In this team member spotlight, Leticia provides a detailed account of her role, emphasizing the importance of talent acquisition in the broader context of clinical research. This candid conversation provides a glimpse into the challenges, accomplishments, and the genuine passion that fuels Leticia’s commitment to making a difference at PSI and in the world of clinical research.

Describe your role within PSI, the responsibilities you handle on a day-to-day basis, and how your role impacts a clinical trial?

I work as a Recruiter and my primary focus is handling recruitment needs in Latin America and some global positions within the Biostatistics department. On a daily basis, I oversee the entire recruitment process. This involves tasks such as reviewing CVs, conducting initial interviews with potential candidates, coordinating subsequent stages of the hiring process, and maintaining clear communication with candidates. I also engage with hiring managers to understand their requirements, facilitating discussions until we reach a final hiring decision. Additionally, I play a role in presenting job offers to candidates and introducing them to the HR team for the onboarding process.

While the impact of my role might not be direct, it is crucial for the success of clinical trials. As a recruiter, my responsibility is to identify and select individuals who are the right fit for our team. This, in turn, contributes to the growth of our team and ensures that we can effectively meet the needs of various projects and clients with a high level of quality.

How have you grown in your career with PSI?

In my time at PSI, I can confidently say that I have indeed grown and that my growth has been facilitated by the support of my exceptional colleagues. They offer valuable feedback and assist me in identifying areas for improvement, exploring alternative approaches, and suggesting ways to approach tasks differently. This collaborative environment has not only contributed to my professional advancement but has also been instrumental in the development of my soft skills.

While it may sound like a cliché, the truth is that I genuinely view myself as a completely different person and professional today compared to who I was one year ago.

What do you find most rewarding about your career at PSI, and how does it align with your personal and professional goals?

The most rewarding aspect of my career at PSI is the knowledge that my work matters and that I’m contributing to something greater. Being part of a company whose work directly impacts people’s lives around the world gives me a sense of fulfillment. It aligns perfectly with both my personal and professional goals, as I have always aspired to be part of something meaningful.

Working for a company that actively engages in positive initiatives and being able to perform a job that directly impacts and contributes to this larger purpose is genuinely gratifying. This sense of purpose not only enhances job satisfaction but also serves as a motivating factor, particularly on challenging days.

What aspects of the PSI’s culture do you appreciate the most, and how do they contribute to your overall job satisfaction?

I value several aspects of PSI’s culture that have significantly contributed to my overall job satisfaction. Right from the selection process, it was evident that the team at PSI is organized, friendly, and maintains a welcoming atmosphere. The transparency and honesty exhibited by the team during the recruitment process were promises fulfilled once I joined the company.

One key element of PSI’s culture that greatly enhances job satisfaction is the provision of a healthy work environment with a well-balanced workload. This balance is crucial for individuals to excel in their roles. The team’s support and collaborative spirit foster an environment where everyone is focused on achieving results, and there is a collective commitment to putting in the necessary effort. Working alongside dedicated individuals who genuinely care about their work and each other brings out the best in us and instills a strong sense of motivation.

Are there any specific accomplishments or milestones you’ve achieved during your time with PSI that you’re especially proud of?

I take pride in every new hire I’ve facilitated, but there are a few notable accomplishments that stand out for me. Firstly, the successful onboarding of the first candidate I hired holds special significance. Additionally, completing my first end-to-end recruitment process independently marked a significant milestone in my role. I also find pride in successfully filling positions that initially appeared challenging or even impossible.

The opportunities and challenges presented by PSI and my team have allowed me to continually grow and overcome obstacles, each instance becoming a source of pride. Whether it’s navigating through unfamiliar territory or tackling seemingly difficult tasks, these experiences contribute to my sense of accomplishment and professional development.

What advice would you give to someone considering a career with PSI?

If you’re contemplating a career with PSI, my advice is to go for it!

I would encourage you to take the time to conduct thorough research about PSI, familiarize yourself with our values, and identify positions that align with your background. Prepare yourself for the application and interview process. By doing so, you may find yourself joining an outstanding company and becoming a valued member of a supportive, collaborative, and remarkable team.

Interested in taking the next step in your career? Discover what makes PSI so unique and explore our open job opportunities.

 

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