The Company: This organisation is a market leader in the development and manufacture of medical devices for use in tracheostomy and laryngectomy. Based in the UK they have been established for a number of years and have established their market position by providing quality, clinically differentiated products and a customer focused approach. They are a stable organisation who have been growing steadily year on year and have a low turnover of staff.
The Position: A Product Specialist role has now become available with them in the North due to relocation. This role will enable you to combine your clinical and commercial experience.
Why should you apply?
Basic salary: Negotiable
Area Working: North West, Yorkshire and North East, Derbyshire and Nottingham
Products: Tracheostomy tubes, laryngectomy devices, ENT stents
You will be covering Northern England selling into acute trusts. As this organisation have become successful by being able to differentiate their products clinically, a larger part of your role will entail clinical discussions with a range of clinical staff. You will sell into a range of hospital departments including intensive care, theatre, wards, outpatient clinics and will be dealing with a range of clinicians including ENT & MaxFax surgeons, Speech & Language Therapists, Anaesthetists, nursing staff, physiotherapists, clinicians within paediatric ITU and procurement.
You should have a clinical background e.g. RGN (particularly ITU, theatre, ENT, anaesthetic), physiotherapist (respiratory) or Speech & Language Therapist, combined with a minimum of 2-3 years medical sales experience. If you have extensive airway management sales experience but do not have the clinical background you may also be considered. It is essential that you have a sound understanding of anatomy and physiology and have the ability to have in depth clinical discussions with clinicians. You should have a solid sales track record of achievement, strong relationship building skills and an excellent team player with strong customer focus.