KAM/ Training role
- Location:London Region
Therapy Area: Cardiovascular
Package: Negotiable basic salary 45,000-55,000 car, bonus scheme, pension, private health and dental scheme.
Territory: South West London which includes St Georges Hospital Trust
Role Type Key Account Specialist/Trainer
The client is privately owned European pharmaceutical company, with an annual turnover of over €3.3 billion and over 16,000 employees worldwide. The company pursues two strategic objectives: research and internationalisation. Both activities enable innovative products to be introduced successfully to the satisfaction of patients throughout the world.
This is a great opportunity to join a pharmaceutical company as a Key Account Specialist with Training responsibilities. This is s a dual role with Key Account/Training responsibilities split 70/30 approximate time allocation
As a Key Account Specialist you will have full hospital responsibility for South West London territory with a major focus on the key account of St Georges Hospital Trust. As Key Account Specialist you will drive sales and increase market share by optimising positioning formularies, care guidelines and protocols.
As a Trainer you will design and deliver training for the sales team which will include running initial training programmes and conducting customer facing coaching support for new hires and the sales team as appropriate.
This key role requires excellent business planning, organisational, communication and interpersonal skills. Ideal candidates will be experienced secondary care specialists with a proven track record in training and coaching. The position is ideally suited to an ambitious candidate wishing to broaden their skill base in training and coaching whilst maintaining a focus on key account management in a customer facing role
Person experience required
Essential: Minimum 12 months experience in dedicated coaching/training role combined with minimum 12 months experience as a hospital specialist in the pharmaceutical industry. Desirable: Experience of working in the cardiovascular therapy area