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Job titleAccount Manager – XR/CT/MRI
Job typeMeditech
Salary50,000 - 57,000 GBP Yearly
LocationUK South
Bonus PackageOTE up to £86k
Job description

In 2018, 100% of this medical imaging manufacturer’s customers rated their people in CT, MRI & X-Ray as ‘good to excellent’. So when it comes to medical sales, key account management and customer service if you’re also ’good to excellent’, then take a look at this Account Manager role in the South East.
 

The role

Account Manager – CT / MRI / X-Ray
Territory covering London and South East
On target earnings in excess of £85,000

You will be a key part of a well-established and high-performing team who are responsible for managing a world-leading and extensive radiology portfolio. This role has become available due to the current Account Manager being promoted to management position within the company (there’s no better proof of progression opportunities that that!).
If you are talented at both opening new doors and then developing those accounts further then this will be ideal for you.

You are going to be a specialist in this company’s advanced, high-quality CT, MRI and X-Ray portfolios. You will be able to pass on your enthusiasm and knowledge of their range of modalities, by providing solutions to both the NHS and private hospitals. Having experience of selling to NHS supply chain and directly to stakeholders will be a real asset in this position.
You will also work closely with an Applications Specialist for your area, receiving support from them with pre and post sales to help you deliver a strong sales output for your region.

The package this role offers is very attractive as well. It will include a % commission for orders placed, company financial bonuses and more bonus opportunities for exceeding your personal sales targets. So, plenty of chance to boost your earnings here.
Along with that you will receive private medical, a competitive pension and a huge range of company vehicle options to choose from.

Although most of your travel will be throughout London and the South East you should be comfortable travelling further for training and exhibitions when required.

The requirements

An excellent understanding of CT/MRI/X-Ray products, along with the following is desirable:

  • Demonstrable track record of hitting targets in healthcare sales.
  • Strong interpersonal skills with the ability to operate credibly when customer facing
  • Experience of winning business via NHS Supply Chain
  • A good understanding of the UK medical imaging market
  • Experience of managing clients through long term sales cycles.
  • Comfortable travelling regularly across your territory and occasionally UK wide.

If you have strong experience working in medical capital equipment sales and are looking for your next step working for a well-respected OEM then please do one of the following:

1. Click APPLY on this page for your CV to arrive directly in my inbox
2. Call FMC directly and ask to speak to Lauren to find out more about the role.

Important information

Reference number: 8032

FMC contact for this role: Lauren Applewhite

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Updated on 2017-08-07T17:04:38+00:00, by Matthew Graham.