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Clinical Specialist - Haemodynamic Monitors

Job Description

The Company: My client  is a supplier of non-invasive and minimally invasive haemodynamic equipment used to monitor the amount of blood flowing around the body and ensure that vital organs are adequately oxygenated.  Since launching in 1999, they been committed to improving patient outcomes whilst providing excellent customer service and are dedicated to making a difference.

The Position: The company are looking for someone who is driven and has ITU/Theatre nursing experience to work in a Clinical Specialist capacity.

Who should apply? 

  • Nurse with ITU/Theatre experience.
  • Excellent training given.
  • Excellent product portfolio

Basic salary: c£35k + £2k company bonus.  

Territory: North Thames & East Anglia

Products: Cardiac Output and Haemodynamic Monitors

Your experience:

The successful candidate will have an ITU/Theatre/Critical Care nursing background and ideally have had previous experience of providing training and education to clinicians.

The role:

Providing post-sales training and education to a wide range of clinicians from consultants/technicians to nurses.  You will be responsible for setting up and carrying out training days, troubleshooting problems and developing profitable working relationships with customers in order to secure future business.The Clinical Specialist will report directly to the Clinical Specialist Manager.  Interaction with the relevant territory Sales Executive to identify areas for support both in new product evaluations and training / education of installed equipment is required. 

The successful candidate is expected to manage their own time in conjunction with the Sales Executive.

  • Deliver clinical and product training to Intensivists, Anaesthetists, Nurses, ODP’s and other health care professionals in the Critical Care, Anaesthetics or other clinical settings as required.
  • Assess customer training requirements and develop training plans
  • Liaise with the Clinical Specialist Manager, National Sales Manager and Sales Executive to prioritise time.
  • Evaluate effectiveness of training input and feedback to team.
  • Conduct RCN accredited training days.
  • Organise training days with hospitals.
  • Build relationships with professional development nurses to maintain continued training momentum.
  • Help co-ordinate educational forums / workshops as required.
  • Liaise with training bodies such as RCN/BACCN to identify changes in educational practices and advise company accordingly. 
  • Feedback market intelligence and sales opportunities with Sales Executive.
  • Keep abreast of the latest developments in haemodynamic monitoring sector and clinical literature. 
  • Account planning with the region sales executive and specialist manager. 
  • Drive sales growth within existing accounts by promoting use of the technology. 
  • Manage stock levels and ensure repeat of key bulk orders. 
  • Responsibility for sales of distribution disposable items.