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Covering the following locations: Oxford, Reading, Southampton

Neuromodulation Territory Manager
Medical devices- Neuromodulation - Chronic Pain portfolio

An exciting opportunity has arisen within Neuromodulation as a Territory Manager for Chronic Pain, covering key accounts in Oxford and Southampton. Responsible for sales revenue and growth you'll be able to attend clinical situations, offering informed advice on the use, settings and application of implantable devices used. Full product training will be given.
TERRITORY: Oxford and Southampton

Medical and technical education and/or experience.
A minimum of four years successful hospital clinical sales and support experience – Neuro experience a preference.
Willing to travel throughout the territory / region with overnight stay as required.
Willing to travel within Europe to other territories to support cases or follow-ups if the need arises.
Willing to undertake international travel to support congresses as required.

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Oxford and Southampton
Job Ref: 63850

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