NV District Manager – East
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States
5 days ago
**Careers that Change Lives**
The Regional Manager in Neurovascular
Sales is responsible for leading and developing a sales team of highly
experienced individuals in growing sales of all Neurovascular products to both
new and existing customers.The East District Manager willmanage 6-9 Territory Managers and 1-3 Clinical Associate Territory Managers and will be covering a multi-state geography.
**A Day in the Life**
Responsibilities may include the following and other duties may be assigned.
+ Create and manage market development representatives andexecute programs across key accounts in the region.
+ Implement and provide strategic direction and consultationto the regional team to drive the achievement of sales objectives.
+ Achieve Regional revenue targets and achieve consistentquota.
+ Plans, organizes, and implements sales programs that willdrive sales results and team development for the assigned region.
+ Trains, develops, and mentors all team members within theregion to ensure they have the skills necessary to achieve sales goals.
+ Responsible for developing relationships to provide worldclass customer service and customer relations.
+ Provide guidance to team on specific targeting of keyaccounts and proper account management strategies
+ Manage the performance and development of Sales Team,including Sr. Territory Managers,
+ Territory Managers, Sales Associates andClinical Specialists
+ Develop key physician champions to help promoteNeurovascular products and Continuum of Care.
+ Review and monitor results throughout the year and providethe proper direction to sales team to ensure achievement of individual,Regional, and corporate goals.
+ Ensure that customers, market, and segments have beenproperly identified and targeted through market research and communication withSales management.
+ Responsible for product and account management, marketingresearch/sales planning, including market forecasting and analyses.
+ Work with Corporate Accounts team to identify and targetappropriate strategic accounts and opportunities.
+ Responsible for developing and managing the regional budget,developing forecasts, and reports and the strategic deployment of resourceswithin the region.
**Must Have: Minimum Requirements**
+ Bachelors degree required
+ Minimum of 5 years of relevant sales experience or advanced degree with a minimum of 3 years of relevant sales and leadership experience
**Nice to Have**
3-5+ years’ experience in a documented successful sales management
role in the medical device industry
8-10 years of documented success in a progressive medical device
Demonstrated success in the Neurovascular space or similar with
documented proven sales success.Examples are President’s Clubs, Top Ten Performers.
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Physical Job Requirements
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