Field Training Specialist - Audiology

Cube Management   •  

Kansas City, KS

Industry: Healthcare

  •  

Not Specified years

Posted 10 days ago

  by    Wayne Cozad

Field Training Specialist - Audiology - Midwest - 27236551

The Field Training Specialist will contribute to sales and profitability by providing product and software training designed to increase customer knowledge, skills and familiarity with the company product lines. They use principles from Adult Learning theories in order to build effective and impactful training experiences. The position also functions to provide audiological support, which includes hearing aid fitting and troubleshooting assistance.

Main Duties & Responsibilities (Key Result Areas)

In your role you will be responsible for supporting the sale of products through training initiatives. You will take an active role in conducting needs analysis to provide appropriate training solutions in accounts and will be regularly communicating with your sales team to ensure that you both design and deliver high quality and impactful customer training.

Primary events include, but are not limited to, the following: Consumer Education Seminars, Open Houses, and CEU Seminars and ongoing "in clinic" product training sessions. You will also have the opportunity to represent the company through participation at national, state, and regional meetings as well as playing a key role in the promotion and demonstration of products during launch trainings. Developing new training and enriching current resources will allow you to continually challenge yourself in this role.

As the Field Training Specialist, you will travel extensively within your specified geography and work closely with several assigned sales teams. Maintaining a schedule that improves effectiveness and cost efficiencies is important to the organization. Excellent communication skills and organization abilities are essential as your role requires interaction with a variety of departments, such as Marketing, Sales, Customer Service, Product Management, Technical Support and Research & Development to ensure a quality customer experience.

Performance Expectations (Key Success Factors)

Follow the HR policy including all company and department policies and procedures.

Meet all performance and behavior expectations outlined in the company performance appraisal, P2E/Development Plan, and those communicated by management.

Perform responsibilities as directed achieving desired results within expected time-frames and with a high degree of quality and professionalism.

Follow good safety practices in all activities.

Establish and maintain positive and productive work relationships with all staff, customers and business partners.

Demonstrate the behavioral and technical competencies necessary to effectively complete position responsibilities. Take personal initiative for technical and professional development.

Safeguard sensitive and confidential Company information.

Desired Qualifications

Experience:

  • Specialized dispenser with minimum 3 years of experience, desirable
  • Speech language pathology degree, desirable
  • Master's degree in Audiology or Au.D.


Experience considered:

  • Product Management or Tech Support with a hearing aid manufacturer


General Skills and Attributes:

  • Ability to travel 75% of the time
  • Strong analytical skills
  • Strong interpersonal communication skills
  • Able to resolve problems and complex issues at higher levels
  • Excellent computer skills and proficiency using PowerPoint, Word, Outlook, SFDC (CRM) and Excel
  • Ability to effectively prioritize and balance diverse work schedule and demonstrates ability to be highly organized and manage time effectively
  • Proficient with oral and written communication and with conducting presentation


Base Salary: $85,000.00 - $95,000.00 + (DOE)

Total Compensation: $95,000.00 - $105,000.00, No Cap + Company Car + Complete Benefits Package +

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Travel: 75%


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