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Sarah Bater joins Celgene

Will head human resources in UK and Ireland

Celgene, Sarah BaterCelgene UK and Ireland has appointed Sarah Bater as director of human resources.

She joins the pharma company from airport operator BAA Ltd where she was previously HR director for policy, process and resourcing.

Her career to date also includes a stint in the pharmaceutical industry at AstraZeneca, where Bater spent nearly four years and rose to become head of HR shared services.

Samantha Pearce, general manager of Celgene UK and Ireland, said: “Celgene has gone through a period of fast-paced growth over the last few years, so we are delighted that Sarah, with her expertise in HR, will be joining our team.

“Her role reinforces our commitment to our employees, current and future, to help them grow professionally, whilst ensuring the Celgene culture is maintained.”

Bater, who also has experience in Africa with Vodafone, commented: “I hope to bring my experience to the HR team to help reinforce the great values Celgene already holds and ensure a culture where existing and future employees will thrive.”

2nd January 2013

From: Sales

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