Back for good

Posted:
16
June 2004

RPL is delighted to welcome Clinical Trials Assistant, Bibbi Jilka back to the company after a short spell at Parexel. Bibbi first joined RPL in 2002, having previously worked with Managing Director, Dr Jörg Täubel and Medical Director, Ulrike Lorch at another company. She returned to RPL after just seven months at Parexel.‘I missed RPL's warm friendly environment. It is really exciting to work within a multidisciplinary team with direct access to the Medical Director and the Head Nurse. I am learning all the time and making the most of my training.’In the turn the RPL Directors are pleased to have Bibbi back. Jörg Täubel said, ‘it's very rewarding to hear that RPL offers a stimulating work environment. We want to develop staff to their maximum potential with good training and as much encouragement as possible. We've known Bibbi for a long time and it's great to have her back.’

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