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Collins McNicholas

Exciting opportunity for an Interventional Cardiology / Radiology Account Manager to cover both Ireland and Northern Ireland.

****Only candidates with experience working in a Cath Lab environment will be considered (i.e. Cardiac Technician; Echocardiographer; Cardiac Physiologist; Cardiac Physician; Cardiac Nursing or similar *****

Job Purpose:

Within Complex Coronary Interventions, where the anatomy presents significant challenges, our customers require technology that can help them achieve the best results possible. The Interventional Cardiology Division is committed to developing and providing new products and technologies that meet these criteria.

Our rapidly growing product line consists of innovative devices across established and emerging areas of coronary and peripheral vascular medicine.

Key Responsibilities:

Key responsibilities will include (but are not limited to) the following:

  • As Account Manager, the role comprises of sales and promotional activity on the territory. This includes the full sales process and any local marketing and customer engagement activity.  The successful candidate will be able to grow sales of several industry leading products and use the existing customer base to introduce new and innovative technologies.
  • The role also requires to develop key opinion leaders and drive market expansion through education and training, collaborating with the companies clinical & medical affairs team.
  • The key customers will be Interventional Cardiologists, Perfusionists, Vascular and Interventional Radiologists and associated Cath Lab based staff including Nursing staff, Physiologists and Procurement professionals.
  • This is an exciting, challenging and stimulating role, working within the clinical environment, alongside Clinicians to discuss and offer information on the appropriate use of the products during the procedure.
  • Other activities include managing contracts, business propositioning and attending scientific events both in Ireland and occasionally overseas. The successful candidate should be flexible to work during non-sociable hours and weekends on occasion.

Essential Skills / Experience:

This role requires a strong academic undertaking as part of the training. You will need to demonstrate that you have the capability to learn a high level of scientific and clinical content. For this a minimum 2:2 degree is desirable, preferably in a Life Sciences qualification or similar. However, other degree subjects and qualifications will be considered, as long as learning can be demonstrated.

Previous experience working with customers directly is preferred but understanding business in the current Irish / Northern Irish healthcare market is desirable. You must be able to demonstrate how to strategise / plan goals and link activity to results.

Whilst full training on the products is given, this role suits an individual who thrives from autonomy, with an aptitude for technical & clinically challenging products. The most successful candidate should be self-starting, eager to learn new skills and happy to work outside of their comfort zone.

You should be a strong team player, analytical, and have a good level of IT literacy. This role requires confidence working with Clinicians at a level to position technical products in a variety of clinical scenarios. If you can demonstrate planning, strategy development and results, across all levels of staff, this role will suit you.

****Only candidates with experience working in a Cath Lab environment will be considered (i.e. Cardiac Technician; Echocardiographer; Cardiac Physiologist; Cardiac Physician; Cardiac Nursing or similar *****

For more information or a confidential discussion on the role please contact David Lennon.

david.lennon@collinsmcnicholas.ie

(090) 6450664

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