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Job titleTerritory Manager – Surgical Imaging – Ireland
Job typeMeditech
Salary EUR
LocationUK Wide
Bonus Package18300
Job description

Are you a self-motivated, innovative, and entrepreneurial individual looking to join a global medical device company? Our client who specialises in medical device equipment is currently looking for a Territory Manager to join their team and sell an exciting portfolio of surgical imaging devices across Ireland. 


The company

This top 20 global medical device company is a pioneer in the early detection and minimally invasive treatment of a vast range of healthcare issues. Focused on developing clinically advanced surgical instruments and solutions, our client is passionate about improving patient care in healthcare worldwide. This is a great opportunity to join a market-leading company that offers strong progression and development opportunities. 


The role

As a Territory Manager, you will be responsible for the direct sales and promotion of our client’s market-leading surgical devices covering their surgical imaging product portfolio, as well as building strong relationships with both clinical and non-clinical stakeholders. You’ll also be providing demonstrations of the equipment to clinical staff within hospitals, carrying out meetings with managers and providing after-sales support. 

Responsibilities include:

  • Focusing on account management of existing customers whilst growing market share

  • Understanding of the product portfolio 

  • Presenting at workshops, exhibitions, and educational meetings

  • Delivering post-sales training and support for new and existing customers

  • Producing accurate and regular forecasts of sales opportunities

  • Analysing the market to identify growth opportunities 

  • Identifying key stakeholders for the product portfolio

  • Responding to customer issues

  • Attending medical conferences and representing the company


The requirements

You’ll have 3-5 years’ sales experience within medical devices, ideally focused on surgical sales, as well as…

  • Bachelor’s degree or equivalent is desirable

  • A proven background of success within a target driven environment

  • Experience within a field sales environment, ideally within the healthcare industry

  • Strong sales track record and evidence of increasing the value of a territory

  • Demonstrate robust product knowledge and selling skills

  • Excellent communication skills (written and verbal) 

  • Strong negotiation and presentation skills

  • Passionate and enthusiastic 

  • Focus on personal continuous improvement and development

  • Able to work collaboratively as part of a team as well as being self-motivated to work independently 

  • Able to travel across the territory 


This Territory Manager role is field-based, with time spent in the office on an ad hoc basis. When permitted, you will be expected to travel to customers across this territory.


Important information

FMC contact for this role: Hannah Cannon (

Reference number: 12208

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