This person will provide clinical and sales support for Cook Biotech products through direct physician interaction, medical staff education, and sales staff education.
Develop detailed understanding of targeted government accounts including the following
Surgeons using biologic products
Supply chain stakeholders
Types of surgical and wound care procedures performed
Types of biologic products used in hospital
Identify, establish, support and develop relationships with key clinical and non-clinical decisions makers to designated accounts
Facilitate connecting sales agents and/or distributors with physicians and other stakeholders in accounts
Educate and update customers through in-servicing training, literature, videos, and articles approved by the company
Provide clinical support during procedures
Meet with physicians and stakeholders to gain key market insights to maintain a good relationship.
Gather market intelligence from interactions with health care, supply chain, and industry professionals
Provide clinical experience and other feedback to various teams at Biotech including product management, marketing, product engineering, and other internal groups
Maintain knowledge of CBI product lines, clinical procedures, business ethics and other educational requirements
Remain current in the scientific literature and marketing literature as it relates to Biotech products
Apply the understanding of relevant controlling regulations cited in the Quality System Manual in carrying out job responsibilities.
Complete expense reports, call reports and other administrative documentation as required
Assist Management with other corporate duties as required.
Works with Business Development and Global Product Management to deliver the Global Business Plan for Biodesign products.
Bachelor’s degree acceptable or extensive work experience
At least five year’s industry experience in medical device sales and/or clinical training
Able to work independently and self-motivated
Excellent written, verbal, and organizational skills
Proven organizational and project management skills
Thorough knowledge and understanding of US Federal regulations and applicable industry standards governing medical devices.
Ability to present a professional and personable demeanor in phone, written, and face-to-face communications
Proven ability to work with doctors and outside institutions
Ability and willingness to travel in the United States.
Must be able to perform the essential functions of the job, with or without reasonable accommodations
Limited exposure to hazardous chemicals used in the manufacture of the product.
Travel as required, up to 70%
Physical demands are typical of an office and classroom environment.
Ability and qualified to be in hospital operating rooms to observe surgical procedures
Sign non-competition and confidentiality agreements. Compliance with all policies of the company including without limitation the COOK Employee Manual, COOK Code of Conduct, COOK Electronic Information Policy, HIPAA regulations, and COOK Policy & Guidance on Interaction with Healthcare Professionals.
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