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Primary Care Representative - North Dublin

Job description

Primary Care Representative - North Leinster 

Our client is an established pharmaceutical company and is seeking a Primary Care Sales Representative to promote their respiratory product to key stakeholders in the primary care setting including GPs, practice nurses and community pharmacists, across North Leinster.

They are looking to recruit a commercially aware primary care sales representative with at least 3 years’ experience, preferably in the respiratory market.

 Responsibilities

  • Achieve territory market share and sales forecasts.
  • Develop, agree and implement territory action plans based on a thorough analysis of the territory, with clear and measurable coverage / frequency /activity objectives to drive business results.
  • Identify and develop new customers / customer groups that are important for business results.
  • Be accountable for driving best practice in customer service and achieving agreed objectives / activities.
  • Maintain and share knowledge of therapy area, company products and competitor activity.
  • Demonstrate a high level of teamwork at all times sharing best practice with colleagues and participating in promotional action plans.
  • Report within the company formats and timelines on all business activities including customer information and call reporting data
  • Ensure full compliance with local and company processes and regulations.

Essential Skills

  • Excellent account planning and organisational skills
  • Strong interpersonal, communication, influencing/persuasive skills
  • ‘Can do’ attitude who gets things done – able to work on own as well as in teams
  • Evidence of a successful sales track record
  • Can demonstrate evidence of networking within Primary Care and knowledge of the primary care environment.

Requirements

  • 3+ year’s sales experience in the pharmaceutical industry.
  • A background in science, nursing or related discipline and / or has passed the Medical representative Institute of Ireland  examination