Are you looking to step up in your scientific sales career? Do you have prior experience selling clinical diagnostic or laboratory products to the NHS?
Our client has been providing quality laboratory and diagnostic products for over 40 years to scientists from their south coast offices. They are looking to appoint a Key Account Manager to manage specific accounts in the Midlands, to include Birmingham, Coventry, Hereford, Worcester, Wolverhampton, Oxford, Swindon, Milton Keynes and Hemel Hempstead. You will be selling clinical diagnostic and laboratory products. This includes assays for Haematology, Immunology, Clinical Chemistry and Infectious Diseases as well as liquid handling and general laboratory consumables.
Field based within the territory, you will create, maintain and execute strategic and tactical key account plans. You will continually identify and take opportunities to develop new key accounts and contacts whilst maintaining existing and growing new business. You will identify stakeholders across all business functions within all allocated key accounts, cementing relationships within existing contacts whilst developing new. You will achieve forecast sales and margin targets by selling products across the portfolio, maintaining a balanced product mix
For more information or to apply, please contact Diane Williams on 01423 813520.
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Qualified within the Life Sciences to Degree level, the successful candidate is ideally experienced in selling to the scientific sector, particularly clinical, research and academic markets. However, an exceptional trainee looking to break into the commercial world can be considered. You will ideally have a good understanding of Key Account concepts, Managed Service Contracts and Third Party Procurement. You have good knowledge of the various clinical disciplines and broad contacts within the industry. You have excellent interpersonal skills with experience of influencing many different types of stakeholders. A strategic thinker, you are able to work well in a team as well as being independent.Apply
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