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Clinical Specialist - Haemofiltration

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The Company:  For more than half a century, my client has been providing original technologies and products in order to meet the demands of their customers, society, and the times we live in. In the medical equipment industry, they have been involved mainly in haemodialysis related products. They provide cutting edge solutions to real world issues. This will be an initial 12-month contract.

The Position: They are now looking for a qualified Nurses with Renal/Haemofiltration experience to work in their team as a clinical specialist providing end user training and assisting the sales team.

Why Should You Apply?

  • Opportunity to transfer clinical skills in to the commercial environment.
  • Role involves maintaining your nursing PIN.
  • Working a small geographic region you will spend a lot of time face to face with customers.

Basic salary: c£34/35,000

Benefits: Car, pension, healthcare and dental, life insurance, income protection.

Area working: Newcastle and surrounds

Products: Haemofiltration Systems (Acute Blood Purification)

The role:

Providing pre/post sale training and education to end users primarily in Intensive Care, but also into other departments/units such as  Renal, Paediatric and Cardiac. You should be comfortable demonstrating equipment, be able to trouble shot and also provide technical advice to a range of customers. Additional duties: Promotion, training and support of the Haemofiltration range. Perform on-site clinical support during the trial phase of equipment, to all shifts. Facilitate on-site theoretical/clinical study-days post-purchase. Assist Sales Force in identifying leads and sales with consumable products, including Haemofiltration fluid. Attending relevant exhibitions to promote product awareness and generate leads/sales as required. Working with existing team member(s), formulate innovative methods of delivering education and support to existing customer base.

Your experience:

You will be a registered nurse (with active PIN) with haemodialysis experience. Ideally, you will have some training experience (gained clinically or commercially) and be prepared to ultimately move into a more commercial role.