London, UK (PRWEB) April 7, 2009
Reena Lonsdale joined Zenopa, medical and scientific sales jobs specialists, in June 2008 as a Recruitment Consultant and quickly proved her ability to liaise and build quality relationships between candidates and clients in the dental industry.
As Zenopa continues its expansion within the Dental Industry Reena Lonsdale, now based in our Penn office, has been promoted from a Recruitment Consultant to an Account Manager and will now be running the Dental Recruitment desk.
In this role Reena will continue recruiting skilled Dental Sales Representatives for some of the largest corporations in the Dental Industry while developing the Zenopa brand in this market.
Reena joined Zenopa fresh out of University where she obtained first class honours in Pharmacology. As part of her role her main responsibilities at Zenopa will entail the continued expansion of activity within the Dental Industry. She will interview all candidates that are interested in the positions Zenopa have available (either face-to-face or over the telephone) before matching their skills and qualities with current roles available in the market.
Reena will also be the face of Dental Sales Jobs at Zenopa, keeping abreast of the market and maintaining good relationships with key players and companies.
Zenopa Ltd, established some 18 years ago in 1999, is a leading recruitment consultancy pharmaceutical sales jobs, medical sales jobs, dental sales jobs, veterinary sales jobs and scientific sales jobs. It has undergone an organic self funded growth to the point where Zenopa now employs in excess of 30 personnel. With continued year on year growth Zenopa's secure financial footing makes it exceptionally well placed to weather the current financial storm.
Zenopa offer a full range of recruitment services including Executive and Vacancy Management alongside sales and marketing recruitment within the Medical, Pharmaceutical, Veterinary, Dental and Scientific markets. Expansion has also seen Zenopa gain a strong foothold in the Pharmacy, Medical Communications and most recently FMCG markets.