The Medical Specialist (Sales Representative), Allergy/ENT (MS) will report to the District Manager, Allergy/ENT and be responsible for engaging Allergists, Otolaryngologist (ENT) and other key customers within an assigned geographical universe, presenting clinically focused selling messages to create and grow revenue, and consistently delivering product goals.
A Typical Day Might Look Like This:
The MS is responsible for developing strategy and executing tactics within key accounts in the Allergy and Otolaryngologist (ENT) therapeutic areas to generate product utilization. The MS will develop strong working relationships with Allergy/ENT experts and clinicians in assigned geography as well as nurses, office staff and other important health care personnel and key patient advocacy support groups as directed.
A core responsibility of the MS will be to collaborate with their district colleagues, as well as other field-based and home office personnel teams to proactively address customer needs, market dynamics and trends and develop strategies which support brand and corporate objectives within their assigned geography. The MS will participate and help lead initiatives to support sales success as assigned (e.g. participate in industry related congresses, local and regional meetings and medical conferences).
Geography: Seattle, WA
If This Sounds Like You:
Bachelor’s degree required; Master’s degree or other advanced education/certifications a plus
Specialty pharmaceutical/biopharmaceutical experience with minimum of 5 years pharmaceutical sales experience including a minimum of 2 years selling in Allergy/ENT/Respiratory and/or a similar subcutaneous self-injectable biologic specialty market
Demonstrate advanced clinically-based selling skills
Proven success and positive track record of consistent sales performance in complex markets with diverse customer segments operating with a high degree of integrity within compliance guidelines
Results oriented with a proven track record of success with product launches
Demonstrate a passion and learning aptitude for science and is proactive in strengthening knowledge related to disease-state, treatment options and healthcare trends
Experience with in-servicing and training office staff, nurses and office managers
Ability to partner and collaborate with other internal field teams and alliance partners
Ability to travel and cover large geographic territories
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