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 West London/Herts 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.
- £25,000 - £30,000 for graduates (relevant science/medical degree or physios etc)
- £30,000 - £40,000 for people with experience (sales experience in another medical field or orthopaedic nurse etc)
Area working: North London, Essex, Hertfordshire, Part of Berkshire and Southern part of Buckinghamshire - to be based NW London, West Herts
Products: Orthopaedic extremities - hand, foot, wrist, ankle
- 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.
- 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.