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Territory Manager - Oxfordshire & Buckinghamshire


UK South

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Our client is in a phase of expansion and growth, so this is an incredible opportunity to join a collaborative team and a forward-thinking organisation as they look to dominate the minimally invasive surgical space!

The company 
We’re working on behalf of a rapidly growing, international medical device company. With a product portfolio ranging from urology to general surgery, ENT to obstetrics, they specialise in surgical technologies for minimally invasive surgeries. They are known for having a fantastic reputation in the market and offering an excellent training programme and company culture. 

The role 
As a Territory Manager, you’ll arrange and travel to your appointments with surgeons in various hospitals and clinics to implement the use of our client’s products. Following a 7-week training program, you’ll be well-equipped to engage in peer-level conversations with surgeons and nurses in the operational theatre.
Your day-to-day might look a little like this: 

  • Creating effective business plans and approach strategies
  • Demonstrating the use of our client’s products to surgeons, staff, and nurse
  • Attending orientation, education, and scrub sessions 
  • Working closely with the Customer Service team on tenders, quotations, and samples
  • Being an active member during company meetings and product training 
  • Organising and attending conferences

The requirements 
You’ll have 2+ years of experience in medical sales in hospitals (ideally surgical) with a proven track record of success. 
They’re also looking for: 

  • Degree Educated in a relevant discipline 
  • Someone comfortable in an operating room environment
  • A strong interpersonal relationship builder 
  • Experience in managing accounts from prospecting through to implementation 
  • Strong listening, negotiation, and presentation skills
  • The ability to work autonomously and as part of a team
  • High organised and able to prioritise effectively 
  • Positive, driven and results-orientated 

This role requires you to live across Oxfordshire or Buckinghamshire. 
Important information 
Reference number: 17003 
Temporary or Permanent Position: Permanent 
FMC contact for this role: Sarah Cavanagh (

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