The company: This company is a leader in the worldwide orthopaedic market and is one of the world’s largest medical device companies. They deliver results through a wide range of capabilities including joint replacements, trauma, spine and micro implant systems, orthobiologics, powered surgical instruments, surgical navigation systems, endoscopic products as well as patient handling and emergency medical equipment.
The position: This is a new clinical support position created as a result of the success already achieved and increasing demand from customer both current and new. You will be working in London and the Greater London area in the Foot and Ankle team. This area is delivering significant growth and is a key contributor to their position as the number 1 Foot and Ankle company in the UK!
Why should you apply?
Basic salary: £25,000 - £35,000
Bonus: £20,000 OTE
Area working: London and greater London (must have easy access to M25, M11) - Essex, Herts, Surrey, Berkshire based
Products: Extremities - foot and ankle, some trauma
The Clinical Support Specialist responsibilities include directly supporting all products associated with foot and ankle procedures and optimising customer service. You will focus on supporting customers to provide a best in class procedural solution (including covering cases in surgery). You will be working with the highly experienced and support foot and ankle specialist sales team to coordinate training and in-theatre support to ensure exceptional levels of customer care both in theatres and in the wider hospital are delivered. It also including facilitating or helping with product demonstrations, workshops and training events.
You will be an experienced scrub nurse, ODP, physiotherapist or sports therapist who is now looking to break into the commercial sector with one of the largest companies in the healthcare industry. Candidates who are currently working as a Clinical Specialist will also be considered, as will experienced orthopaedic sales people who now want to focus on training, education, etc. You must be comfortable within the theatre environment and have a good working knowledge of anatomy and physiology.