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Key Account Manager Infection Control


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The Company: This British company is an award winning organisation based in the North of England. Founded over fifty years ago their aim was to make the process of patient toileting and bathing more hygienic and to allow the patient dignity during this process. With a sizeable market share and a great reputation for customer service they have continued to remain at the forefront of reducing hospital acquired infections. 

The Position: If you are a friendly and driven healthcare rep and have plenty of experience dealing with procurement departments, the company would love to speak to you regarding a KAM role in the North Thames area.

Why Should You Apply? 

  • You will be allowed to work autonomously without being micro managed.
  • You will be part of a close-knit and stable team.
  • This organisation have an excellent reputation in their market place.
  • The opportunity to work for a friendly company where you will be treated as a person not a number. 

Basic salary: Negotiable

Bonus: £10,000 on target

Area working: North London, Anglia, Cambs, Herts, Essex, Beds.

Products:   Infection control products, skin cleansers, gloves, wipes, liquid gelling powders, paper pulp products & macerators, surgical swabs, gauze, tubular bandages. 

Your experience:

You will be an experienced healthcare sales person with experience of dealing with procurement personnel and be able to build up strong relationships with procurement personnel. You will need to demonstrate that you can sell and have a proven history of achieving budgets. You will be comfortable and experienced in a more commercial figures focused sell. Any experience of selling to infection-control, estates departments, CSSD, theatres or tissue-viability would be advantageous. 

The role:

The job will entail selling a range of products both consumables & equipment into hospitals dealing with procurement, finance directors, end users such as auxiliary nurses, infection control nurses, estates departments, ward staff and supplies. The territory is worked on a key account basis, driving forward business in selected. As well as the commercial input required in the role, there are also a number of clinical papers which allow reps to back up the information they are giving customers.  Focus can be put on different products in different hospitals at different times. 

The manager believes in trusting and empowering the reps to run the territory as if it was their own business rather than micro managing.