Role descriptionPrimary Care Specialist - Diabetes. Exciting new opportunity working across West London
Therapy Area: Diabetes
Role: Primary Care Specialist
Package: Negotiable competitive basic salary, car allowance, pension scheme, bonus
Territory: West London
Role type: Sales Representative; Medical Representative; Territory Sales Representative, Pharmaceutical Sales Representative
This is a great opportunity to join an established pharmaceutical company as a Primary Care Representative to sell an outstanding range of pharmaceutical products.
Working as a Primary Care Specialist you will be responsible for generating clinical and commercial demand for brands in your specialist therapy area. As a clinical expert you will drive sales by engaging predominantly with healthcare professionals in primary care and through this you will ultimately drive high-quality effective and efficient patient care.
The Primary Care Specialist works as part of a cross functional team and is an integral part a highly skilled and high-performance sales force.
In this role you will:
Deliver sales and business objectives, working productively with team members in line with marketing/operational strategy within agreed budget.
Develop, implement and monitor high quality account plans.
Excellent customer relationship management.
Communicates on a regular basis with Sales Manager, colleagues and other key stakeholders in order to facilitate the achievement of business objectives.
Demonstrates full accountability for understanding and adherence to industry and company policies and procedures.
Responsible for attaining high levels of product, competitor, therapy area and environmental knowledge of promotes products.
Responsible for attaining a high level of selling skills in line with Company selling model.
The client is a leading global pharmaceutical company, dedicated to the research and development of medical products to improve, sustain and care for life. They have a reputation for providing effective products for the treatment of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, heart attack, secondary stroke prevention and treatment, high blood pressure, thromboembolic disease, HIV/AIDS, Parkinson's disease, stroke, diabetes and cancer.