Research & Development

ParkCom works closely with a number of government and not-for-profit agencies which require skilled technicians in the fields of research and development. There are three basic categories which are essential to research and development: basic research which companies conduct simply to further scientific knowledge without any direct application; applied research which is the bridge between science and business, directed towards solving a particular problem; and development which accounts for more than half of all R&D spending, where technologies or processes of applied research is refined to usable products. Nearly everything consumers use – from antibiotics to zoom lenses is a product of basic research, applied research and development.

ParkCom provides resources to the R&D departments of a number of for and not for profit agencies across the US. Our highly skilled consultants backed by support from our IT offshore services bring with them experience and expertise so vital to this field.
Professional and related occupations in R&D:

  • Computer and information scientists, research
  • Computer Programmers
  • Software Engineers
  • Support Specialists
  • Systems Analysts
  • Network and computer systems administrators
  • Network systems and data communications analysts
  • Engineering technicians
  • Life Scientists
  • Physical Scientists
  • Market and survey researchers
  • Biological technicians
  • Chemical technicians
  • Social Science research assistants