Job Reference: HO260673_1542283242
Position: Healthcare,Key Account Manager/BDM
Location: London (North)
Start Date: ASAP
Job Type: Permanent
Employment Hours: Full-Time
Healthcare Partnership Development Manager - Wound Care - Central & North London
* Business development/Market access focus
* Newly created role as part of 2019 growth plans
* Leading Wound Care portfolio
Our client is a major player in the Wound Care and Continence marketplace, both here in the UK and overseas. They are renowned for some of the best in-class products the market has to offer and have exiting growth plans for 2019 and beyond.
Due to the companies' solution led and patient focused service, they are currently recruiting for a Healthcare Partnership Development Manager to work within their Wound Care division covering their Central and North London territory.
As a requirement of this role you will be expected to develop and implement a commercially biased market access plan, identifying strategically who will be the focus in terms of customers and specific points of contact e.g. regional NHS stakeholders, Procurement and key decision makers. This role has a strategic focus to it, so you will be required to grow service provision / value-added programmes across all appropriate sectors as well as manage any existing relationships that have been established.
You will be liaising with internal and external stakeholders to understand their clinical needs, then adapting the companies service and product base to suit. A thorough understanding of the changes within the NHS, as well as the challenges and the opportunities within the therapy area, will be essential to the success of this position.
To be considered for this role you must have recent experience within Medical Devices or Wound Care, and have a proven track record in Key account management / market access. As you will be engaging with stakeholders (clinical and non-clinical) at various levels experience of this would also be required. You will have worked across primary and secondary care and have experience of formulary and tender working. Some project management experience & and understanding of PRINCE 2 methodologies will also be advantageous.
The role comes with an excellent total benefits package, as well as the potential to progress within a people focused organisation.
Start date is planned for March / April 2019.
Please apply online or call CHASE on 0131 553 6644 for further details.
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