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Associate Product Specialist

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Portland, OR
Job Type
Direct Hire
Dec 05, 2019
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Job Summary

Is it time for you to join a significantly growing company in the medical device industry! If so, this is a great career opportunity for you.

In the role of an Associate Product Specialist, you will be selling and educating physicians, clinicians and patients on our client's medical devices that are clinically proven to improve the quality of life for Lymphedema patients. This position is tracked to a promotion, averaging 12 months, to the Product Specialist role and provides a competitive base salary, monthly commissions, a car allowance (eligible for a company car at 3 months), full benefits and a generous PTO package.

Job Responsibilities
  • Conducts full-cycle consultative sales (prospecting, scheduling and attending meetings, product demonstrations, in services, closing and follow-up ). 
  • Works with physicians, therapists and other clinicians to increase awareness and education on the company's products and services.
  • Provides in-home product demonstrations on our devices for patients and assist them with questions
  • Assists the Product Specialist with sales strategies and execution to surpass monthly, quarterly, and annual sales goals
  • Assists in providing customer support through training and education in disease state, treatment protocols, reimbursement requirements, etc. 
  • Compliant with all appropriate regulatory requirements, including HIPAA 
Skills and Qualifications
  • Bachelor's degree required
  • Minimum of 2 years outside business to business, medical, or pharmaceutical sales with a documented track record of success is required
  • Excellent interpersonal, communication, and time management skills
  • Strong sales experience, advanced “closing” experience and mentality to close the sale, including persuasiveness, assertiveness, and persistence
  • Resourceful and a self-starter
  • Ability to travel/drive within the territory 
  • Ability to lift 20 pounds