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North Thames Critical Care Territory Manager


UK South

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Do you have a clinical background? We’re currently working with a global manufacturer of speciality medical devices who is looking for a Territory Manager to join their team and represent a portfolio of critical care devices across the North Thames region.  

The company

Our client is a well-respected medical device company who are passionate about improving patient care and saving lives. They produce innovative, high-quality medical devices and services across a variety of markets in the medical technology space that are used in hospital departments around the world. This is a fantastic opportunity to join a company that has fantastic growth plans.

The role

As a Territory Manager, you’ll be responsible for a portfolio of critical care devices, selling these products into clinical environments to achieve sales targets for your region and grow the market share of the company. This role has a core focus on bringing in new business and developing new and existing accounts.

Responsibilities include:

  • Sell a range of critical care products to meet company targets
  • Work with existing accounts and customers
  • Seeking out new business opportunities
  • Developing and maintaining strong, positive customer relationships both with your existing client base and with new business
  • Becoming an expert in all Critical Care areas
  • Analyse and utilise sales data to enable growth and business projection
  • Developing and maintaining a strong product knowledge

The requirements

You’ll live in the North Thames region of the UK and will have a comprehensive medical device experience, as well as…

  • Post-Secondary Education Certificate or University degree
  • Strong track record in medical device sales, preferably in the Critical Care setting
  • Expert knowledge of health issues related to surgery and anaesthesia
  • Basic knowledge of anatomy and physiology
  • Results orientated and able to work in a team environment
  • Positive attitude, creative and innovative
  • Computer literate (including MS Office and CRM)
  • Self-motivated, ambitious and driven
  • Great communication skills (written and verbal) and a good relationship builder

This role is field based. Typically requires travel more than 50% of the time. 

Important information
Reference number: 15878
Temporary or Permanent Position: Permanent
FMC Talent contact for this role: Charlotte Clancy (

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