ZPB culture

 

Fast-paced and always learning

What is it like to work at ZPB?

“Challenging, supportive, intellectually stimulating, varied, and packed with opportunities to learn”

“A diverse and clever team”

A “fast-paced” where a “get on with it” mentality is encouraged – working at ZPB is many things, but never dull.

Our team of analysts, marketers, creatives, PRs, journalists, scientists and policy affairs people all collaborate on our healthcare clients’ briefs, creating remarkable award-winning campaigns.

In the PR Week Healthcare and Pharma Awards in February, we picked up the award for Best Use of Public Affairs in a Healthcare Campaign and Highly Commended as Healthcare Comms Agency of the Year.

This is on top of the six award shortlists in various Public Relations, Strategic Consultancy of the Year, PR professional of the Year and Public Affairs categories on PRCA National, Health Investor and Drum PR Awards, where we also had highly commended and a win.

Together we’re on a mission to make every interaction within the healthcare system a positive one. By working across the UK healthcare eco-system – pharmaceuticals, health tech and health and social care services – we bring a unique 360 vantage point to all our work.

In the past year, we’ve grown by over a third which has created opportunities in the team for promotion. But as we keep growing we always looking for talented healthcare communicators to join us. People who want to wake up and make a difference through the conversations they have and stories they share every day.

Our team working on a public health COVID-19 vaccines brief know for every person they encourage to have a jab up to 20 lives are saved. That’s worth getting out of bed for.

If ZPB sounds like a natural home for you, check out the vacancies we are currently advertising. Or just drop us an email or pick up the phone for a chat. We’d love to hear from you.

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