The purpose of the NeuroPain Sales Specialist is to increase sales revenue and market share in their assigned geographic and therapeutic areas. Successful interaction with healthcare professionals and other designated decision makers is a primary responsibility.
Responsible for relaying competitive information back to the appropriate product line stakeholders, including pricing, good / bad product performance, marketing material, activities, new products / technology etc.
Individual will develop and maintain industrial customer base (refinery and chemical plants) in established geographical region; develop and grow new base business within refining chemical and etc. sectors; bring in new customers and maintain relationships within existing TIS accounts.
In this role, 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.
In this role, the selected candidate will meet with physicians, hospitals, freestanding emergency departments, and other health care entities to develop relationships to assist in educating those individuals and entities about the services provided by the company.
In this role, the selected candidate will be working with Head of OFA to implement Oil Free Air Strategy; attend customer meetings to interact with customers technical group and address product capabilities.
Responsible for maintaining and managing the service level resolution, margins, program expansion, and a variety of implementation and sales support activities for Facility Solutions accounts within a targeted vertical market.
The Business Development Specialist is responsible for Champions revenue in assigned accounts, geographies, or vertical industry segments. Leads business development activity and is responsible for market planning, account planning and project pursuit in alignment with Champions long term vision.
The Business Development Specialist is responsible for increasing outpatient and inpatient utilization of hospital services by educating and informing physicians and physician office personnel and other health care entities, as applicable, about the services offered.