Heather Bosworth

Zenopa announces expansion of Medical Communications team and internal promotions

We are very pleased to announce some extremely positive changes to the Zenopa Medical Communications team in the form of internal promotions and expansion to the existing team.

The Medical Communications team has been responsible for recruiting candidates within the publishing, medical education, PR, advertising, full service agencies, events and digital and consultancy sector roles since the department began in 2006, and provide a fully managed recruitment service to clients such as Hive Health, KnowledgePoint and 90ten.

“We are very pleased to announce some extremely positive changes to the Zenopa Medical Communications team in the form of internal promotions and expansion to the existing team. “

The team has recently undergone some positive changes which have seen Zenopa’s Managing Director, Mark Denton, taking a more client facing role in heading up the division. Mark has been working in the recruitment market for over 25 years and his wide range of skills and expertise with this more hands on role will have a hugely positive impact on the team and the overall service that we provide to our clients and candidates.

The changes have also seen Daniel Newbury take on the role of leading the Medical Communications team and developing the two resourcers of the team, Nazreen Talukdar and Joe Child progressing to recruiters.

Daniel Newbury, comments, “We are really excited about the changes to our Medical Communications team and the additional skillset this will bring to our service offering. At Zenopa we pride ourselves on our experience and expertise in the market and I truly believe that these changes will enhance our offering even further. I am really looking forward to leading the Medical Communications team and helping us further expand our service offering and internal team.”

“We are also looking forward to having Mark work alongside us heading up the Medical Communications division. His experience and knowledge of the sector is something that will not only allow us to provide a better, more expert service to our clients, but it will also help us to expand our personal knowledge base and skillset. This in turn will help to refine the way we look at placing candidates in what is a very challenging and competitive market.”

For more information on the Medical Communications team or to see relevant job opportunities then please click here.

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