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Perry Evans joins PiR Resourcing

Takes up client services director post at Cambridgeshire firm

Life science talent management company PiR Resourcing has appointed Perry Evans as client services director.

He joins the Cambridgeshire, UK-based firm from Veredus UK, where he served as director of life sciences interim management, and prior to that spent six years as director of RSA Interims.

Sally Hope, PiR Resourcing's managing director, said: “I am delighted Perry is joining the team. His breadth of knowledge, particularly amongst the interim community, will enhance PiR's reach and reputation in this growing market.

"His values and customer ethos mirror PiR's with the desire to build sustainable, profitable relationships that add value beyond the talent acquisition process."

Evans added: “I too am delighted to be working with such an established and respected organisation as PiR Resourcing.  Their reputation and the close personal attention they afford both clients and candidates were a major draw for me.  I look forward to working closely with Sally and the team to further build all our business offerings, with particular emphasis on placing senior level interim managers.”

27th November 2013

From: Research, Sales, Marketing

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