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Pharmaceutical Territory Manager Ophthalmics

Job Description

The Company: This global market leader in ophthalmic surgical ophthalmic devices is a growing and dynamic organisation. With a vision to be the number one eye care company in the UK, they are growing their business by putting their customers at the centre of everything that they do. They believe in working together as a team to achieve excellence and having fun along the way. 

The Position:  A vacancy has now arisen for an experienced medical rep to join their pharmaceutical division as a territory manager. Your region will cover the North West, North East and Midlands.  

Why Should You Apply?

  • You will be working for a market leading, well-respected organisation.
  • Although part of a global organisation, their business model allows autonomy and accountability without bureaucracy and red tape.
  • You will be part of a results-driven culture. 
  • Excellent benefits package. 

Basic Salary: £40,000 - £45,000

Bonus: £10,000 OTE

Area Working: North West, Yorkshire, North East, Midlands (northern England, Birmingham upwards)

Products: Ophthalmic Pharmaceuticals - therapeutic and diagnostic eye drops, dry eye products, antibiotics etc 

The role:

This Sales role will report to the Business Unit Head for Pharma & Aesthetics. You will be responsible for NHS and Private Hospitals with the aim of achieving the desired growth and profitability. Working with senior stakeholders in their target clients, you are key to ensure the organisation are ahead of the competition across all our prescription products. Customer contacts will include Ophthalmologists and Pharmacy. 

Your experience:

Ideally, graduate level, or with an equivalent professional qualification, you will have a proven, successful and demonstrable sales track record in medical sales, ideally within a technical environment. Previous pharmaceutical experience is not essential, although you must be prepared to do your ABPI within 2 years of joining. With knowledge of NHS structures and hospital sales, you will have a demonstrable ability to sell complex products in a clinical environment.