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Medical Sales and Support Representative

Serturner Labs
0.5 to 3.5 Years
2,50,000 - 4,00,000 Per Year
Posted on 01 May 19
Job DescriptionLast Date 14 Jun 19

Roles & Responsibilities

  • Organizing appointments and meetings with community and healthcare non-profit institutions

  • Identifying and establishing new business

  • Negotiating contracts

  • Demonstrating or presenting product portfolio to healthcare staff including doctors, nurses and pharmacists

  • Undertaking relevant research

  • Meeting both the business and scientific needs of healthcare professionals

  • Maintaining detailed records

  • Attending and organizing trade exhibitions, conferences, and meetings

  • Managing budgets

  • Build and maintain positive working relationships with medical staff and support administrative staff

  • Analyze sales data to improve results and make sure resources are effectively allocated

  • Monitor competitor activity and competitors' products

  • Stay informed about the activities of health services in a particular area.

  • Reviewing sales performance

  • Writing reports and other documents

Key skills

  • Commercial awareness

  • Sales skills

  • An outgoing and persuasive manner and negotiating skills

  • Sales and customer relationship skills

  • Confidence and persistence

  • Flexible approach to work in order to adapt to changes, for example in the healthcare system or product and drug formularies

  • Strong teamwork and networking skills

  • Patience

  • Organizational skills

  • Strong interpersonal and communication skills

Medical / Healthcare / Hospital
Job Role

Job Type

Interview Type

Face to Face Interview, Telephonic Interview

Functional Area
Sales / BD
Company Description

Sertürner works with health care organizations of all types to strengthen the health of their business, helping them control costs, develop efficiencies and improve quality. Sertürner's pharmaceutical distribution supply chain methods help address the challenges healthcare organizations face today—and shape how they’ll overcome the new challenges of tomorrow.