Zuchaela Smylie, from Ashfield, has won Best Newcomer at the 2018 Pf Awards, the largest pharmaceutical sales awards in the UK. The awards took place on Thursday, 9 March at The Lancaster Hotel in London. The Best Newcomer nominees experienced a vigorous assessment process, in which all candidates were required to prove their skill and
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Our Medical Communications team pride ourselves on understanding the niche markets in our sector and always have our finger on the pulse of any changes as well as the dynamic candidate base. We therefore constantly build exceptional market knowledge and are the most knowledgeable recruiters in this field, across our areas of specialisation.
We specialise in sourcing professional jobs across a variety of disciplines within the Medical Communications job market, such as medical writers, editors, publishers, account executives from junior to Director/VP level, creatives and digital experts, and more…..
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