From a person's profile at a work-oriented website:
2006 till present: manager in Business Development Department in a private medical centre in Moscow, Russia
Does the in preposition look good here? Or maybe the preposition at would fit more nicely?
2006 till present: manager in Business Development Department at a private medical centre in Moscow, Russia
As an aside, wouldn't it be better to write "Business Development Department manager", omitting the first "in" construction?
P.S. Regarding the overlap with the existing "working for\in the XYZ company" question, it seems to me that my question differs somewhat, since a company is a thing less concrete and definite than a set of buildings comprising a medical centre. Yes, for works fine with the XYZ company, but let's translpant it in our scenario:
2006 till present: manager in Mopping Department for a corner cafe.