European Clinical Specialist
An international pharmaceutical organisation is seeking to recruit a European Clinical Specialist to their office in Germany on a remote basis. This company discovers, develops, and commercialises pioneering technologies and solutions to help patients suffering from diseases. This is an exciting opportunity to work with a global organisation that delivers exciting medical technologies to patients and communities worldwide.
- Overseeing the Sales Plan in terms of financial performance and qualitative objectives (market share gains, account growth etc.).
- Providing Clinical Sales support to the European distribution network in staff training & clinical trials where required.
- Assuming direct responsibility for the German & Austrian regions including:
- Developing market overview and strategy for the direct sales channel in Germany
- Prospecting, defining, and developing new accounts and business in addition to growing and maintaining the existing customer portfolio to support a balanced sales funnel for growth.
- Managing the overall sales process and coordinating, owning, and ensuring the completion of the necessary pre- and post-sales tasks, i.e. prospecting, demonstrations, evaluations, quotations, fittings, follow up, and cash collection.
- Maintaining strong after-sales contact and develop long-term customer relationships.
- Supporting customers' and distributors' needs and requirements.
- Developing and maintaining a high level of product & clinical knowledge of the company & competitive products.
- Ensuring knowledge base is maintained with up to date awareness of the latest clinical papers/publications.
- Developing training material for distributors
- Training of distributors
- Identifying and evaluating specific key opinion leaders (KOLs) across Europe, developing relationships with key customers and opinion leaders, and assisting in planning and organising the KOL activities.
- Ensuring full compliance with all operating, forecasting, and reporting processes & rigor.
- Updating and following up on the CRM system, orders, and sales forecasts and providing market share and win-loss information in line with time schedule.
- Establishing strong relationships & working closely with other company teams to ensure customer intimacy and sales opportunities are maximized.
- Attending applicable trade shows, study days, and conferences as applicable.
- Hosting courses, study days, and events, ensuring good attendance and event follow ups.
- Carrying out any other duty reasonably required for the effectiveness of the Sales Team.
Skills and Requirements:
- Technical, Medical, or Business Education (preferred at least a Bachelor's Degree).
- Minimum of 3 years clinical sales experience within the European healthcare sector (preferred surgical operating field).
- Experience of European Channel Partner support.
- Direct knowledge of European Healthcare systems and Hospital structures.
- Experience in training and direct contact with surgeons.
- Knowledge of complex selling processes, such as tenders or contractual agreements.
- Strong commercial and numeric skills with an ability to analyse sales data to identify gaps and opportunities and subsequently devise a territory sales plan in line with company & brand strategies
- The ability to understand and present clinical data.
- Full driving license.
- Demonstrable multitasking, project management, and execution skills.
- Good interpersonal skills, including communication, presentation, persuasion, and influence.
- Good organisational skills, including efficiency, punctuality, and collaboration in a team environment.
- Proficiency with computer skills, such as MS Office.
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In case you have difficulty in applying or if you have any questions, please contact Jessica Vocella at +44 203 871 8091 or upload your CV on our website - www.proclinical.com.
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