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Sales Associate Orthopaedic Extremities

£25,000 - £28,000

Job Description

The Company: This organisation is a small privately owned niche orthopaedic distribution company which has
seen extremely strong growth since its inception. The role is an incredible opportunity to sell a diverse portfolio of medical devices and offers a great career path with the potential to become an Area Manager. Their aim is to provide the most innovative, high-quality products into the U.K. market at a competitive price. Specialising in upper and lower limb, they have been growing steadily since they were founded nearly 10 years ago. 

The Position: They are now looking for a Sales Associate in the North London area to support their business.  

Why Should You Apply?

  • It's a great opportunity to use your clinical skills in a more commercial setting. 
  • You will have the opportunity to move into a territory management role as your career develops. 
  • You'll be part of a small, friendly team. 

Basic salary: £25,000 - £28,000

Area working: North London and Southern Essex (ideally to be based within M25)

Products: Orthopaedic extremities - hand, foot, wrist, ankle

The role:

As a sales associate, you will work closely with the area manager providing support and finding new opportunities. The role will initially focus heavily around clinical support where you will be attending cases, helping theatre staff and surgeons use the company's products.  Full training will be provided by highly experienced staff, as well as at their suppliers premises around world. You will help organise conferences for consultants and other medical staff, as well as attending key exhibitions around UK. You will build relationships with key clients- surgeons, nurses and theatre staff in hospitals. Within 18 months to 24 months you would be expected to move into a junior sales rep role.  

Your experience:

Ideally, you will be educated to degree level in sports science, life science or biology. Nurses, ODPs or Physiotherapists  will also be considered if you have worked in a clinical setting that has given you some exposure to orthopaedics.You will be a self starter, highly energetic and motivated, highly organised with a strong work ethic and communication skills. You should be happy working long hours.  You will be very independent making your own decision, while getting all the support and training needed from the team.