Clinical Specialist - London area

Region South Wales
Job category Healthcare, Sales & Marketing & Purchasing
Language requirements English (C2)
For graduates no
Salary by agreement

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  • Jana-Marie Rapp

Our client is a well-known company operating in the design, manufacture, worldwide sales and marketing of innovative noninvasive monitoring solutions. The key to their success is a modern competitive product and a motivated workforce that offer innovative solutions to enhance patient outcomes and minimize the cost of care. At the moment they are looking for a Clinical Specialist (m/f/d) for London area, UK.

Description and responsibilities

  • Being an expert in pulse oximetry and pulse CO-Oximetry as well as being an authority on the clinical impact of various patient monitoring solutions
  • Responsibility for educating customers on products and solutions
  • Working with the field in developing research accounts and conducting and following-up on clinical evaluations involving our client’s technology
  • Training new and potential users
  • Being part of a professional team and partnering with the efforts of distributors in the region to advance sales and market penetration of products and solutions
  • Participating in programs to build and maintain end-user awareness (e.g., trade show, regional symposium, competitive analysis, etc.)
  • Maintaining thorough product knowledge including ability to demonstrate products, position products vs. competitive products, training of existing partner sales force and inservice end- users

Your profile

  • Nurse diploma and several years in direct critical care, NICU, PICU (Neonatal Intensive Care Unit, Pediatrics Intensive Care Unit) or emergency medical experience
  • Prior sales/clinical support experience and ability to transfer knowledge
  • Excellent and effective English oral and written communication skills
  • PC literate and excellent organizational skills
  • Direct experience in customer interactions and presentations plus PowerPoint presentation skills
  • Independent problem solver with prior managerial/leadership experience preferred
  • Ability to be an integral part of an innovative, fast paced clinical & business development team
  • Willingness to travel as per business requirements

Benefits

  • Car allowance and all the necessary IT equipment, intensive training and continuous education in the field
  • Attractive salary with a result connected bonus program
  • Permanent contract and home-office
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