Key Account Manager – Stress incontinence

Key Account Manager – Stress incontinence

Medical Device – uro-gynecology – SE/NO & FI

An exciting and demanding position as Key Account Manager with regional responsibility for Sweden, Norway and Finland awaits. You should have experience from the healthcare/medical device industry, a successful sales background, and be motivated by a self-propelled position with a large regional sales potential.

Responsibility for sales, development, and support of Regional Key Accounts
As Key Account Manager, you will be responsible for achieving the strategic goals and KPIs set in the company's specialty area – Uro-Gynecology. You will work operationally with sales plans, sales and educational activities, and support specialist doctors and nurses throughout the region. You will be part of the North European Sales Team managed from UK and supported from the Contura local production site in Søborg, Denmark.

The majority of your time will be customer facing (remote or in person). Your principle tasks involve:
  • Setting up and evaluating goals and plans for Key Accounts in the individual markets
  • Ensuring successful implementation of these through daily activities in connection with training, attendance at treatments, meetings and follow-up
  • Uncovering and influencing decision-making processes and barriers for local product use
Self-propelled sales profile with a desire for professional challenges in a thrilling environment
To be successful in a relatively small organization, it is crucial that you have a large commercial drive, contagious energy, are flexible and able to initiate and manage customer-focused activities such as sales meetings, workshops and clinical support with the back-up of both your national and international colleagues. You will have a large impact on the strategy, the sales and activity plans, and you will be responsible for their implementation and overall success in the region. Your role will be to maintain existing customer relationships and build new ones, uncover and develop new business opportunities in the region, ensure effective customer support, and participate in both regional and international congresses.

Healthcare experience with a desire to travel
You should have a relevant healthcare or commercial educational background at bachelor level and a minimum of 3-5 years of sales experience from the healthcare/medical device industry – preferably also OP experience. You should have worked independently with Key Account selling and activity plans in one or more of the Nordic countries, be flexible, preferably residing in or close to Sweden and should thrive in this visible sales function as part of a small but growing company where commitment and business focus are at the forefront.

Interested?
The recruitment process is carried out in collaboration with the consulting company Compass Human Resources Group A/S. Please submit your CV and application in English on www.compasshrg.com – If you would like to find out more about this position before submitting your application, please do not hesitate to contact Consultant, Birgitte Storberg-Høite on tel.: +45 70 20 12 75. Please note that we will reply to the email address from which you send your CV.

Deadline for application: As soon as possible
Workplace:
Sweden, Norway and Finland
Reference: 1801.237
Company:
Contura International
Mer info
Telefon +4570201275
Område Stockholms stad
Yrkesroll Försäljning, Key Account Manager
Typ av anställning Heltid, Tillsvidareanställd
Sista ansökningsdag 29 juli (35 dagar kvar)

Om arbetsgivaren

Contura International is a subsidiary owned 100% by English London-based Specialty European Pharma – a pan-European drug and medical device company. Contura International develops and commercializes products based on patented polyacrylamide hydrogel technology – including Bulkamid for the treatment of stress urinary incontinence. The company is in a rapid growth phase, with a pipeline that will require skilled and experienced professionals in the future to challenge conventional treatments and guidelines for improving quality of life and operating procedures within several specialties.