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Star makes several appointments across business units

Includes Andy Smith, Linda Eden-Ellis and Amrita Jetwani to lead clinical research business

Star, the medical recruitment agency has made some significant changes that brings new staff to be project managers, team leaders and also to lead its clinical research business unit.

Andy Smith, Linda Eden-Ellis and Amrita Jetwani have joined to lead the clinical research business unit, who combined, have experience that includes recruitment, working with blue chip pharmaceutical companies to scientific research. They will be recruiting people for contract research organisations (CRO), site management organisations (SMO) as well as pharmaceutical, biotech, and medical devices companies in Europe and the UK.

For project manager positions, Star welcomes back Jodie Cattermole and Gemma Sawyer both with past managerial experience. They will ensure employers and employees' needs are met and managed and manage the outsourced sales team for Nestle healthcare nutrition respectively.

Finally, Ben Hawkes becomes a team leader of the healthcare communications team. He will use experience from past managerial roles and web design to lead the new initiative.

24th July 2012

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