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Field Technical Support

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£24,000 - £32,000 + performance related bonus

Job Description

The company: This is one of the UK’s leading orthopaedic trauma companies; they design, manufacture and market orthopaedic implants and devices. They specialise in upper and lower extremity products and continue to demonstrate rapid sales growth year on year.

The position:  We are looking to recruit an enthusiastic and eager candidate for a growing region of the business. The successful candidate will be providing training support to Orthopaedic Surgeons, operating theatre staff, procurement departments and hospital management within the NHS and the private sector.

Why should you apply?

  • They specialise in Fingertip to Shoulder and Foot and Ankle trauma solutions and work across the country in every NHS trust. 
  • Looking for a career that makes a difference? This company provides a progressive and exciting workplace.
  • Their position as an innovator in the orthopaedic implant market means that they move quickly to take advantage of areas un addressed by larger companies. This creates a dynamic environment in which employees are supported in growth and responsibility.-
  • Company attrition is low and they operate as a 'family run' business under the umbrella of a big global player. 

Basic salary: £24,000 - £32,000 + discretionary performance related bonus

Benefits: car allowance, pension and healthcare (after probationary period), laptop, tablet, iPhone, Perkbox

Area working: Croydon, Gatwick, Sutton, Crawley, SE London, Kent and Sussex (you will also need to be available to case cover other areas in the south)

Products: Orthopaedic trauma and elective portfolio

The role:

You will report to the UK Regional Sales Manager and will be working closely with the Area Managers on a daily basis. Your duties will include:

  • Case covering including advising on the application of the product portfolio.
  • Providing guidance to assist with clinical decisions to both new and existing customers.
  • Training of theatre staff on the products.
  • Inventory management.
  • Keeping up to date CRM records.
  • Understanding and adherence to hospital and theatre policies.
  • Attending regional symposiums and representing the brand.
  • Audits.

Your experience:

You must have a basic understanding of anatomy and physiology and the ability to work autonomously as part of a team. It is essential you have excellent communication and presentation skills, as well as good time management. You will have the aptitude for self-directed learning and the ability to work to set KPI's. Any experience of working in theatre or orthopaedics would be a distinct advantage. Having a working knowledge of the NHS will also benefit your application, as would previous medical industry experience. You should have the ability to work in a flexible nature to support business requirements across the South of the UK if necessary.