Clinical Support Specialist

Central London

Are you an experienced Operating Department Practitioner or Theatre Nurse looking for a move into industry?

Our client is a globally renowned manufacturer and marketer of patient-specific orthopaedic surgical devices. In order to continue to deliver exceptional education and training to existing accounts and provide sales support in new business development, we are looking to identify and recruit a detailed and commercially orientated Clinical Specialist.

The role will be predominantly covering the London region but will also include additional travel across the UK.

The role will be responsible for providing training support to Orthopaedic Surgeons, Theatre Staff, Procurement Departments and Hospital Management within the NHS and private sector.

Key Responsibilities for the position will include:

  • - Collaborate effectively with sales teams through on-site product demonstration and remote presentation as required.
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  • - Provide and continuously improve product education and training programmes for existing as well as new customers, arranging training with regularity.
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  • - Provide support in the operating theatre for existing and potential customers.
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  • - Develop actionable market knowledge pertaining to the orthopaedic space enabling greater levels of product adoption in key sites. Monitoring competitor data and opportunities.
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  • - Ensure presence at relevant congresses/exhibitions to further promote education around the product value proposition.
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  • - Conduct regularly consignment stock checks.
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  • - Provide administrative support to sales team members within the region.

In order to be considered for this position candidates must closely match the following profile:

- Previous clinical orthopaedic ODP / ODA or Theatre Nursing experience is desirable.

  • - Experience of working within the theatre environment and knowledge of orthopaedics.
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  • - Strong knowledge and understanding of human anatomy and physiology.
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  • - Strong verbal and written communication skills.
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  • - Full, driving licence.
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  • - Track record of interfacing with varying stakeholders internally, and externally with customers and 3rd party partners.
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  • - Experience of working independently and collaborating cross-functionally whenever is beneficial.
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  • - Willingness to travel extensively and fulfil role functions autonomously.

To apply please email fionawalters@hcexec.co.uk