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Territory Manager- Philadelphia

Apply Now Job ID R-340378 Date posted 06/11/2019

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Job Description

Summary:

The Territory Manager will be responsible for driving sales revenue to exceed division priorities, define and develop new business opportunities that clearly reflect the company’s goals and contribute to overall team success.  Individuals will exhibit strong clinical excellence, stay current on product, programs and competitive knowledge.   One must be able to manage challenging situations quickly, directly and without hesitation and be creative in their problem solving.  Individuals will have experience in calling upon and be comfortable in hospital, office and clinical settings.  The Territory Manager will develop key relationships through frequent and routine customer visits, product demonstrations, product in-services, and procedural observation.  Additionally, the Territory Manager will build and maintain constructive relationships in key accounts with physicians, nurses, technicians, materials management, hospital management and executive hospital personnel. The Territory Manager may be called upon to participate in the Field Sales Training program and/or provide services as a Field Sales Trainer.  Individuals will manage their territory with integrity and in accordance with Bard’s Code of Ethics and all applicable Bard policies, rules and procedures.

Responsibilities:

  • Drive sales revenue to exceed established priorities and revenue targets.
  • Defines and develops sustainable new business opportunities
  • Builds and maintains sustainable strategic business relationships in key accounts
  • Performs product demonstrations, customer education and in-service as required or requested.
  • Develops monthly, quarterly and annual plans designed to meet revenue targets.
  • Develops and maintains a level of excellence in clinical knowledge within respective disease states.
  • Develops and maintains a level of excellence in territory management and selling skills. 
  • Deliver sales training to inside and field sales employees and channel partners as requested.
  • Present sales modules, presentations/workshops, overall sales training curriculum at new hire training classes and sales meetings as requested.
  • Control expenses within territory budgets and manage those resources according to Bard guidelines and policies
  • Maintains open, positive and productive lines of communication with the sales team, customer service, sales management and the home office staff.
  • In all actions, demonstrates a primary commitment to patient safety and product quality by maintaining compliance to the Bard Quality Policy and all other documented quality processes and procedures.
  • Completes requested and required administrative duties in a timely manner including call reports, monthly results report and additional items as assigned.
  • Develops and maintains accurate customer and account files, both written and electronic.
  • Attend and represent Bard at local, regional and national medical conferences.
  • Perform special projects and additional duties as assigned.

Qualifications:

  • BS/BS with two to four years of sales experience with demonstrated sales success.  Graduate degree preferred.
  • Strong interpersonal skills required in the areas of verbal and written communications, customer focus, professionalism, negotiating, coaching, and team building.
  • Capable of precise communication with a high competency in understanding written and verbal information.  Strong listening and personal assessment skills
  • Strong capacity to adapt quickly to a changing environment. Strong information gathering ability, analysis, problem solving and independent thinking skills.
  • Demonstrates a sound understanding of basic mathematical processes and has little difficulty in assimilating information of a numerical nature.
  • Proficient in the use of a personal computer with intermediate level of keyboarding skills, MS Excel, MS Word and Bard’s sales information system
  • Must possess and maintain a valid state-issued driver's license and meet BD's auto safety standards
  • Frequent travel within the territory is required.

Primary Work Location

USA GA - Covington BMD

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