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Job titleClinical Specialist – Critical Care – TTM – Scotland
Job typeMeditech
Salary GBP
LocationUK West
Bonus PackageBonus Package
Job description

Are you an experienced Critical Care Nurse/Operating theatre Nurse who is looking for that exciting next step? Looking to utilise your skills in a clinical training and engagement role with innovative technologies? Read on for more information!

The company 

Our client is a dominant market leader in providing solutions that improve medical discovery, diagnostics, and delivery of patient care. Their core focus is on making sure healthcare professionals, pharmaceutical providers and industry partners have the innovative technologies to help advance clinical therapies for patients, clinical process, and workflow.  

 

The role 

We are seeking qualified nurses that have a background of working in the Critical Care Unit or Operating theatre environment, and who are looking to move into a clinical training environment.  

The successful candidate will be responsible for developing a thorough understanding of TTM (Targeted Temperature Management) – working with both ICU doctors and nurses to engage them in using this technology as a patient treatment pathway. 

This role would include clinical support of key national and international clinical trial centers that are targeting developing treatment protocols for new indications as well as in hospital support launch of upcoming new products. 
 
You will be providing product demonstrations and trials pre the sales process and product training post the sales process. This will be focused internally on supporting sales and marketing teammates, and then direct to the customer (users) of the products. 

You will provide extensive field support of targeted accounts during the life cycle of the introduction and protocolising of the TTM treatment including: 

• Pre-evaluation, clinical training and installation 

• Intra-evaluation, technical and clinical support, case review and feedback 

• Post purchase training to drive acceptance and utilisation with all stakeholders 

• Indication development of the established centre

• Assessment, evaluation, and maintenance performance against TTM protocol  

 

The requirements 

The successful candidate will live within the assigned region in Scotland and be aware of the travel involved in a field-based role such as this, alongside:   

  • A degree level nursing qualification 

  • Field based clinical support experience within medical devices 

  • Intensive Care Unit or Operating Theatre related experience  

  • Ability to develop strong technical knowledge of critical care products, related procedures and indications. 

  • Excellent interpersonal skills to effectively manage all levels of interaction with internal and external customers of all levels 

This is a great opportunity to progress your skills into the private sector and be at the forefront of leading critical care products! 

 

Important information

Contact for this role: Rhys Miller (rhys.miller@fmctalent.com)

Reference number: 9798

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