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Coulter Partners boosts team with two senior hires

Sharon Shields joins as principle research associate and Charlotte Bennett is appointed senior research associate

Life sciences executive search firm Coulter Partners has appointed Sharon Shields and Charlotte Bennett as part of its expansion efforts.

Shields joins as principle research associate at the company, which provides recruitment assistance for life sciences and healthcare firms.

Previously, she was head of the global research team at Euromedica having had prior recruitment experience with Talentmark, RSA and internally at MSD.

Shields, who holds a degree in pharmaceutical science, also previously worked in pharmaceutical microbiology and product development for GlaxoSmithKline (GSK).

Charlotte Bennett - Coulter PartnersSharon Shields - Coulter Partners
Charlotte Bennett and Sharon Shields

Bennett, who has been appointed senior research associate at Coulter, has experience in recruitment for the pharmaceutical, medical device, biotech, diagnostics, clinical, forensic and consultancy sectors.

This has included working for Sharpstream Life Sciences as senior consultant and Affinity Recruitment Solutions as senior business partner.

Bianca Coulter, CEO of Coulter, said: “Charlotte and Sharon bring outstanding talent and market knowledge to our growing team of experts and I'm truly pleased to welcome them, and their enhancement of our global offering.”

23rd February 2012

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