In the Sales Specialist- PeriOperative Care role, you will be responsible for selling GE Healthcare products or services to and maintaining relationships with existing named accounts including large, complex, high visibility, strategic, or tactically important accounts.
The Field Operations Sales Specialist is responsible for identifying quality sales opportunities. S/he will act as a liaison to appropriate internal/external sales stakeholders to support targeted sales results by leveraging and applying knowledge of his/her assigned area(s) of responsibility.
In this role, you will develop a formal business plan at the beginning of each fiscal year to be followed by subsequent monthly and quarterly territory reports aimed at achieving territory sales goals.
Under general supervision, the Product/Service Specialist is responsible for selling complex technical products and/or services. Typically specializes in a limited number of products and/or services that are considered highly specialized and strategic in nature.
Initiates customer sales calls and provides customers with product and application training, engineering and technical support and service. Evaluates customers Bulk processes and provides needed training for improvement/optimization.
Review sales proposals, contracts and site configurations to ensure accurate configuration. Responsible for the review of technical build-out of product and service offerings within proposal. Ensures product offerings will enhance customers clinical needs and provide the right solution.
In this role, the selected candidate will develop strong technical relationship e.g. with FFS, pre-made, component vendors; collaborate with assigned teams to identify project goals and successfully execute project activities.
You will develop superior product and disease state knowledge and effectively educate and engage healthcare professionals in dialogue about clinical evidence, approved indications, and product efficacy/safety profiles to support on-label prescribing for appropriate patients