As a premier contract and staffing organization, LRRI stands ready to fully support our customers by providing scientific and support staffing. Our history in scientific research means we understand how to hire the right people. We provide solid results to customers by finding the right professionals in contract, contract-to-hire, and direct hire opportunities.
Our 70 year history in scientific research and staffing specialties makes us unique in our ability to offer contract support work. With over 120 PhD-level scientists and more than 691 technical/support staff, we know the science and the regulatory environments, and we know who and how to hire to get the job done right. We currently employ more than 811 people in research and support to government and commercial customers.
LRRI’s enhanced insight into what is required for each position and employee is backed by our internal subject matter expertise in reviewing job candidates and ascertaining whether they truly meet the needs of the customer. This expertise enables us to provide customers with exceptionally qualified and passionate candidates, produce high quality scientific results, maintain low turnover, and contribute to a positive work environment.
Lovelace is skilled at communicating with incumbent personnel, identifying new employees with rare skill sets, and “onboarding” staff within narrow deadlines. Our ability to quickly recruit and retain the most qualified personnel is demonstrated by our average monthly fill rate of 98% in over 600 staffing positions. Our management skills and fringe benefits ensure high retention rates for contract personnel, greatly exceeding that of typical staffing organizations. Lovelace attracts the upper echelon of contract professionals for many reasons, but primarily because they enjoy working for a high-profile, nonprofit company whose core mission is to prevent and cure human disease. Our professional staff appreciate having the opportunity to work for an active research institute and not being treated like a staffing commodity.