The Regional Sales manager is responsible for the administration, direction, and implementation of sales and marking business plan strategies in order to meet or exceed product and volume business plan objectives while ensuring customer requirements are met.
Lead the development of project proposals including identifying and leading the pursuit team, writing strong value driven executive summaries, ensuring that the proposal completely and accurately addresses the client needs.
The Territory Sales Manager within our Neurosurgery & Orthopedic Spine division will be responsible for managing and maintaining current accounts, build upon existing accounts while also developing new business in their assigned territory.
As the Regional Accounts Manager, you will further develop existing and establish new business relationships in current customer base by demonstrating in-depth knowledge of customers' products and services. You will adhere to the latest sales developments and initiatives and contribute to achievement of revenue goals by diligent execution.
Develop and implement tactical business development strategy, budget planning and control; monitor market conditions, competitive activities, general economic conditions and governmental, legislative and regulatory matters.
Responsible for selling and promoting Terumo Interventional Systems (TIS) products to Interventional Radiologists, Interventional Cardiologists, Vascular Surgeons and Purchasing/Materials Management within a defined geographic territory to achieve assigned monthly, quarterly and annual sales revenue targets.
In this role you will proactively prospect and manage existing relationships with F1000 companies and resellers. They offer a sustainable solution that replaces traditional systems that negatively impact our environment.
Collaborates with other HR team members to drive core HR process excellence across the organization including talent acquisition, on-boarding, performance management, rewards & recognition, employee engagement, employee and leadership development, succession planning and employee communications.
Monitor the effectiveness of existing immigration and relocation policies, guidelines and procedures, and make recommendations when necessary to remain competitive and consistent with mobility trends and corporate objectives.
This Lean Manager will ensure a consistent, rapid and successful deployment of Lean at all assigned accounts, train employees on lean transformational processes, develop continuous improvement plans addressing critical site needs, and identify opportunities for improvement with value stream maps.
The individual selected for this position will be responsible for leading a team of asset protection professionals charged with ensuring the safety of people, the security of assets, compliance with internal and regulatory standards and the prevention of shrink.