PVI District Manager - Southwestern Ontario

Requisition ID 2024-13826
Posting Date 4 weeks ago(1/29/2024 2:24 PM)
Job Location(s)
Stouffville ON Canada
Position Type
Full Time
Cook Canada


This is an excellent opportunity to join a fast growing, well established medical device industry leader as a District Manager for the Peripheral Intervention and Interventional Radiology Division at Cook Canada. The District Manager is responsible to sell minimally invasive medical devices and related equipment and services to physicians, hospitals, and outpatient facilities by establishing relationships with health care providers and associated staff. 


This position is within the Vascular division selling peripheral intervention and interventional radiology product lines to specialized physicians. These physicians consist predominantly of Vascular Surgeons, Interventional Radiologists, Cardiologists and Radiologists. The territory could be subject to change based on internal focuses or priorities within the region.


The Peripheral Intervention Division of Cook Medical focuses on device technology that addresses broad cardiovascular applications, including treatment of peripheral arterial disease and pulmonary embolism prevention.  Product line includes standard and specialty wire guides, angiographic and therapeutic catheters, introducers, angioplasty balloons, balloon expandable and self-expanding peripheral stents, drug-eluting peripheral stents, and vena cava filters.


The territory this position is Southwestern Ontario which includes Mississauga, Brampton, Hamilton and London areas.


For more information about Cook Medical, visit www.cookmedical.com


NOTE: This is a field sales position, not a management role

  • Candidate must be legally allowed to work in Canada
  • Develop new business and expand existing business
  • Develop, maintain and execute an annual business plan for the industry
  • Meet and exceed projected sales goals
  • Participate in regional sales exhibits as required
  • Maintain timely expense reports
  • Keep current on the Canadian Health Care environment
  • Educate customers through conversations, presentations/in-services, case support and literature
  • Comply with all company policies
  • Must travel overnight as required - approximately 25%
  • It is a requirement that Cook employees in this position must be fully vaccinated from COVID-19 and that they must also agree that while employed in this position they shall also receive any future vaccinations and/or booster shots which may be recommended by a Public Health Authority regarding COVID-19 and/or any other potentially pandemic causing virus.  If, for reasons protected under the applicable provincial Human Rights Legislation, you are unable to be vaccinated, please advise Cook of this immediately.



  • 2 – 3 years’ experience in competitive technical sales, medical product sales or in a hospital environment
  • Appropriate clinical post-secondary education (RT, RN) or applicable business degree
  • Bachelor’s degree in a related field preferred
  • Knowledge of Microsoft software, e.g. Word, Excel, Power Point, etc.
  • Confident, energetic, positive, self-starter and results-driven
  • Strengthen existing relationships by providing on-going support and the ability to create new relationships
  • Highly effective communicator and responds quickly to customer needs
  • Excellent written and oral communication skills in both English and French
  • Ability to analyze sales data, develop and implement effective action plans to achieve goals
  • Ability to work independently but within a team



Cook Medical is a family owned company with more than 10,000 employees.  For the past 50 years’, we have been working with physicians to find simple and safe ways to treat their patients.  What started with three simple products has grown into a global company serving 135 countries across the Americas, Europe, Asia, Africa and Australia.  Today, we build medical devices for more than 40 medical specialties.



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