Introducing the CKA Group…

Formed on 1st November 2010, the CK Group provides a specialist recruitment service to a spectrum of scientific, medical and technical disciplines ranging from Chemistry to Food Science, from Clinical Research to Medical Information.

Here at CK, our passionate nationwide team are all specialists in recruitment and strive to deliver a world-class service through our separate tailored divisions:

CK Science

A specialist scientific recruitment team specialising in recruiting laboratory and support staff with a Science and Engineering background. Please visit our website to find out more.

CK Clinical

This part of the group recruit for Clinical R&D and Operations staff to help from Phase I development through to bringing a drug to market. To find out more, please visit our website.

CK IT

The IT team recruit for IT professionals with either a science, pharmaceutical or biotechnology background.  The only IT recruiters specialising in this area. To find out more, please visit our website.

Latest News

CK Group Raise £1000 for Charity

19.01.2016

CK Group hosted their annual awards event on Saturday 16th January at the Belton Woods Hotel in Lincolnshire. The event takes the opportunity to recognise the hard work of many of the individuals and teams within CK’s recruitment divisions over the last 12 months. A selection of this year’s winners includes: Jemma Jones – Contracts […]

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CK Director joins the REC’s Professional Standards Committee

22.12.2015

CK Group is delighted to announce that Lorna Crombie, CK’s Quality Director has been appointed as a member of the Professional Standards Committee at the Recruitment and Employment Confederation (REC). The REC is the industry body for the recruitment and staffing industry which aims to drive service excellence, raise recruitment standards and lobby on behalf […]

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Coping with redundancy

23.10.2015

Following the recent devastating news of mass redundancies within the British Steel Industry due to the closures of SSI Steel in Redcar, TATA steel in Scunthorpe and Lanarkshire and Caparo Steel in the Midlands, one of our senior recruitment consultants has written some advice for anyone facing redundancy in the scientific and chemical sector: Redundancy […]

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