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Clinical Trainer Ophthalmics

£35,000 - £40,000 + £5k bonus

Job Description

The Company: With its products and solutions primarily for ophthalmology, my client helps drive progress in medicine and assists doctors all over the world in enhancing their patients' quality of life. 

The role: A role for a Clinical Specialist has now become available within the team. You will use your clinical theatre scrub experience and excellent training skills to support the sales team and provide training to customers. 

Why Should You Apply?

  • You will be dealing with high quality, well respected products. 
  • There are excellent career developments within this organisation with the option to develop into a sales role if desired. 
  • You will be working in a dynamic and exciting environment where your hard work will be rewarded. 

Basic salary: £35,000 - £40,000

Bonus:  £5,000

Area working:  UK, but preferably based close to London 

Products: ophthalmic implants, liquids and consumables.

The role:

  • Your role will be to support the Account Managers in their accounts by offering in theatre clinical training and technical support for the company's range of ophthalmic implants, liquids and consumables. Primarily focused around the support, handling, and in-theatre training of Intraocular lenses, the Clinical Trainer will deliver clear handling and injector instruction to ensure correct implantation techniques. Working alongside the Clinical Application Specialists and Surgical Sales team, the Clinical Trainer will support both implant and consumable trials and national post award training where required.
  • Working five days per week the clinical trainer will be adaptable to support weekend theatre lists where required and will therefore be responsible for their own time management based on customer demand. 

Your experience:

You should be a qualified nurse or ODP with experience of working in the scrub environment. Experience of working in ophthalmic theatres would be advantageous. You should also have evidence of successful training of staff in a clinical environment. This is a national role so although ideally you will be based within easy access of London, you should be flexible with travel and be able to spend nights away from home. The role may also require some weekend work and you will be able to claim this time back.