Medical Devices Business Development Manager - Partnerships - Diabetes Care Jobs
Ortho

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Covering the following locations: Guildford, Oxford, Portsmouth, Reading, Southampton, Tonbridge

Zenopa are partnering with one of their key clients to support the recruitment of a new Strategic Partnerships BDM to be based in Berkshire.

This role will report to the Commercial Director for the UK Business Unit and will be primarily focused on driving the implementation of commercial strategic partnerships tactics in order to achieve commercial outcomes / objectives.
You will take accountability for developing key business relationships with commercial businesses which have been identified in the strategic plan using interpersonal skills and commercial awareness to project mutual optimisation for market growth. You will also manage new strategic initiatives and the tactics to ensure successful implementation

The company would be very keen to hear from you if you have the following qualifications & experience:
- Mix of Project Management & Business Development experience
- Experience with management, and development of 3rd party partnerships
- Experience with developing, implementing and scaling new business ideas
- Experience of working with the NHS, good working knowledge of the NHS environment and NHS initiatives
- Experience in sales management and leadership with proven track record of success

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Job Ref: 67010

Graham Auld

Medical Recruiter

graham@zenopa.com 01494 818 057

Jane Whiley

Medical Recruiter

jane@zenopa.com 01494 818 003

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