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Cataract Procedure Manager (Surgical Sales) - Alcon- Manchester

Company: Novartis
Location: United Kingdom Manchester
Reference: 204322BR
Closing Date: 18 Jan 17
Type: Full Time
Salary (£): On Application

Job Summary:

Cataract Procedure Manager (Surgical Sales): Alcon, Manchester Job Summary: ** Sales / Surgical Sales / Cataract / Ophthalmic / Medical Devices / Capital equipment ** Do you want to work for Alcon Inc. ...


Cataract Procedure Manager (Surgical Sales): Alcon, Manchester

Job Summary:

** Sales / Surgical Sales / Cataract / Ophthalmic / Medical Devices / Capital equipment **

Do you want to work for Alcon Inc., the world’s leading eye care company dedicated to the provision of not only the highest quality eye care products but to also making significant contributions towards the fight to prevent and eliminate blindness?

We foster the professional growth of our associates by providing ongoing opportunities that can build upon their knowledge and skills to help further their careers.

Job purpose:

The purpose of the Surgical Sales Account Manager/Cataract Procedure Manager role is to obtain the maximum sales in accordance with established sales targets through promotion of an agreed portfolio. The territory covers the Manchester area and is a mobile, field-sales position.

Key Responsibilities:

•Develop new business with customers in order to achieve safe and effective use of products and achieve sales targets
•Maintain and optimise existing relationships with key customers
•Promote and drive utilisation of appropriate products to all existing and potential customers
•Organise and co-ordinate local meetings on territory, ensuring adequate catering facilities, company literature, samples and relevant audio visual aids are available where necessary
•Work as efficiently and economically as possible, as a professional salesperson

About Alcon:
Alcon is the world leader in eye care and the second-largest division of Novartis. As the global leader in eye care, Alcon develops and manufactures innovative medicines and devices to serve the full life cycle of eye care needs. We offer the broadest spectrum of surgical, pharmaceutical and vision care products to treat many eye diseases and conditions.

While meeting patients’ needs in every aspect of Eyecare, the diversity of the franchise model across Alcon gives associates the opportunity to experience a commercial environment spanning medical devices, primary and secondary care and OTC.

Alcon has one mission: to provide innovative products that enhance quality of life by helping people see better.

Benefits of Working for Alcon:
• Competitive Salary
• Annual Bonus
• Pension Scheme
• Share Scheme
• Paid Holidays
• Comprehensive Medical Insurance
• Subsidised Canteen
• Employee Recognition Scheme
• Sports & Social Club

‘I came for the job, I stay for the culture’

#LI-P Minimum requirements The ideal candidate will have:

•University degree qualification or equivalent in Life Sciences or a related field
•Ophthalmic surgical sales experience with a track record of appropriate achievements – desired
•Proven experience in medical devices and medical capital sales environment
•Experience working with NHS in theatre environment

Alcon are an equal opportunities employer and welcome applications from all suitably qualified persons

Apply for this job: Cataract Procedure Manager (Surgical Sales) - Alcon- Manchester

Contact Information:

Address:  Novartis Pharmaceuticals UK Limited
Frimley Business Park
GU16 7SR
Tel:  +44 (0)1276 692255
Fax:  +44 (0)1276 692508
Website:  Visit Our Web Site

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