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Consult Glasgow, Lanarkshire
Aug 08, 2022
Full time
We have a fantastic opportunity to join an international leader in imaging systems in a senior R&D Leadership role. Since its creation our client have experienced sustained growth and high profitability, expanding their portfolio of activities and services with a strong growth ambition. With sites in both the UK and France, we are looking for a high calibre Research & Development Leader to drive imaging software and electronic projects for the group, across both the UK and France. The role is required to lead full implementation of the NPD process for future product, contributing to strategic portfolio development whilst also supporting current products to ensure continuous improvement and supply; leading a team of specialist electronics, firmware and software engineers and data scientists. You will be rewarded with a brilliant remuneration package plus many other benefits. Responsibilities: Partners with the project leads on all project planification, documentation (project brief), test plans (verification / validation), requirements definition, high-level risks and assumptions. Identifies and communicates barriers to the successful completion of projects milestones to the VP Imaging Innovation and NPD on a regular basis Lead the development of budget, master timelines, plans and secure asset needs for innovation projects. Tracks performance of the New Product Development efforts Partners with the marketing teams to develop clear creative project briefs Works with marketing and business partners to develop creative briefs which bring strategies and concepts to life Design the development strategy for each of the incremental innovation project Keeps a close contact with the customers and field users so that all developments stick with the market requirements. Negotiates and manages contracts in different fields of science and technology for a rapid development of the products and to solve critical issues when expertise cannot be found within Responsible for the office daily operations and communication with outsourced service suppliers (accounting, juridical department) Mentors, empowers and develop the new product development teams. Together with the Vice-President Innovation, Science and Development and in collaboration with HR, designs a strategic workforce plan in anticipation of future skill requirements and drives its implementation through continuous training and development. About You: Multi-disciplinary physics engineer with a solid technical skill in acoustics (optics), signal processing, electronics and software. A track record in complex project management Expertise in imaging technologies and/or Electronics Proven leadership and management skills. Strong people development capabilities Customer centric (i.e. ability to build long term customer/supplier relationships) Good communication skills for all key stakeholders (incl. global headquarters, ExCom, affiliates, customers, suppliers, third party experts/consultants, direct reports, shareholders) Engaging and action orientated. Showing both empathy and firmness Enthusiastic, dynamic, proactive, can-do attitude If you're interested in the above role then please click apply or get in touch to discuss further. Consult will endeavour to contact candidates within 14 days of application. However, if you do not hear back after 2 weeks then please assume on this occasion, unfortunately, you have not been successful
Consult
Dec 07, 2021
Full time
Scope: An excellent opportunity to develop your career with one of the UK's leading veterinary businesses. This business is going through a significant growth period and are looking to strengthen their existing teams as a result. They have invested heavily in training, coaching and development and can therefore not only offer a competitive benefits package but extremely desirable career progression opportunities for their staff. Responsibilities: The Project Manager will be responsible for the execution of projects to drive the launch of a new platform which supports B2B eCommerce Web-shops across EU. Works closely with stakeholders to define the scope, requirements, and key deliverables. Establish a comprehensive market leading surgical instrumentation product range, in line with the global corporate strategy. Leverage project management experience to understand the current environment and challenge to expose unseen opportunities Lead critical localization projects by fostering a team-driven environment, providing clear business communication, and maintaining focus to ensure the most favourable outcome Build and maintain successful partnerships across business units to enable predictable delivery of highly visible projects Drive effective collaboration and consensus across multiple global/local/remote resources and key vendors/partners Manage and drive the execution of all phases of the project lifecycle: including gathering requirements, identifying scope, outlining milestones, driving implementation, risk management, and managing expectations while facilitating on time delivery of the re-platform efforts in the EU markets About You: Bachelor's degree or experience in a similar role Excellent written and verbal communication Leadership Prioritisation, organisation and time management skills. Strong negotiation skills Risk management and high attention to detail Problem-solving and analytical thinking Pragmatic problem solver Relationship management skills (internal and external customers) If you're interested in the above role then please click apply or get in touch to discuss further. Consult will endeavour to contact candidates within 14 days of application. However, if you do not hear back after 2 weeks then please assume on this occasion, unfortunately, you have not been successful.
Consult Nottingham, Nottinghamshire
Dec 05, 2021
Full time
Scope: Consult are proud to be working with a world leader in the manufacturing and delivering of advanced hearing solutions, a company that are redefining an industry and reinventing the hearing aid - they are pioneers within an ever-evolving Hearing Health industry, operating on a global platform. We are now looking to recruit a career-motivated Training & Education Audiologist, contributing to all training/educational needs of the business, including the provision of Audiology, technical and product training to existing customers, prospective customers and internal employees. This is an exciting developmental career opportunity for an Audiology professional who is dedicated to offering exemplary training to HCP's and evolving an education platform, all as part of a forward-thinking innovator within the industry. Responsibilities: Participate and lead programs for internal and external education and training - prepare and teach content of products, software, and related materials to internal and external audiences both live and online Create education and training materials including presentations, handouts, and other related materials Submit and participate in presentations for local and national conferences - conduct classes, demonstrations and workshops for hearing professionals Remain current in clinical skills by participating in clinical activities throughout the year Participate in validation and evidenced based research as necessary - collaborate with other departments as part of product development team Support Current and prospective customers with clinical support - clinical supervision and guidance for trainee audiologists/dispensers Help promote the brand at all times - assist with tradeshows, promotional materials and training content Maintain appropriate administrative records About You: Qualified Audiologist - FdSc / BSc / MSc (or equivalent) Experience in hearing aid dispensing - essential Exposure to working in a training remit - desirable Flexible on travel nationwide, including weekly overnight stays Ability to establish and maintain excellent and adaptable relationships with all customer types Outstanding written and oral communications skills Ability to work on own initiative and function within a team environment Driven and motivated to succeed If you're interested in the above role, then please do apply online, or for more information please contact Audiology Business Manager - Patrick Reed. Consult will endeavour to contact candidates within 14 days of application. However, if you do not hear back after 2 weeks then please assume on this occasion, unfortunately, you have not been successful.
Consult
Dec 05, 2021
Full time
Scope: Consult are proud to be working with a world leader in the manufacturing and delivering of advanced hearing solutions, a company that are redefining an industry and reinventing the hearing aid - they are pioneers within an ever-evolving Hearing Health industry, operating on a global platform. We are now looking to recruit a career-motivated Training & Education Audiologist, contributing to all training/educational needs of the business, including the provision of Audiology, technical and product training to existing customers, prospective customers and internal employees. This is an exciting developmental career opportunity for an Audiology professional who is dedicated to offering exemplary training to HCP's and evolving an education platform, all as part of a forward-thinking innovator within the industry. Responsibilities: Participate and lead programs for internal and external education and training - prepare and teach content of products, software, and related materials to internal and external audiences both live and online Create education and training materials including presentations, handouts, and other related materials Submit and participate in presentations for local and national conferences - conduct classes, demonstrations and workshops for hearing professionals Remain current in clinical skills by participating in clinical activities throughout the year Participate in validation and evidenced based research as necessary - collaborate with other departments as part of product development team Support Current and prospective customers with clinical support - clinical supervision and guidance for trainee audiologists/dispensers Help promote the brand at all times - assist with tradeshows, promotional materials and training content Maintain appropriate administrative records About You: Qualified Audiologist - FdSc / BSc / MSc (or equivalent) Experience in hearing aid dispensing - essential Exposure to working in a training remit - desirable Flexible on travel nationwide, including weekly overnight stays Ability to establish and maintain excellent and adaptable relationships with all customer types Outstanding written and oral communications skills Ability to work on own initiative and function within a team environment Driven and motivated to succeed If you're interested in the above role, then please do apply online, or for more information please contact Audiology Business Manager - Patrick Reed. Consult will endeavour to contact candidates within 14 days of application. However, if you do not hear back after 2 weeks then please assume on this occasion, unfortunately, you have not been successful.
Consult Manchester, Lancashire
Dec 05, 2021
Full time
Scope: Consult are proud to be working with a world leader in the manufacturing and delivering of advanced hearing solutions, a company that are redefining an industry and reinventing the hearing aid - they are pioneers within an ever-evolving Hearing Health industry, operating on a global platform. We are now looking to recruit a career-motivated Training & Education Audiologist, contributing to all training/educational needs of the business, including the provision of Audiology, technical and product training to existing customers, prospective customers and internal employees. This is an exciting developmental career opportunity for an Audiology professional who is dedicated to offering exemplary training to HCP's and evolving an education platform, all as part of a forward-thinking innovator within the industry. Responsibilities: Participate and lead programs for internal and external education and training - prepare and teach content of products, software, and related materials to internal and external audiences both live and online Create education and training materials including presentations, handouts, and other related materials Submit and participate in presentations for local and national conferences - conduct classes, demonstrations and workshops for hearing professionals Remain current in clinical skills by participating in clinical activities throughout the year Participate in validation and evidenced based research as necessary - collaborate with other departments as part of product development team Support Current and prospective customers with clinical support - clinical supervision and guidance for trainee audiologists/dispensers Help promote the brand at all times - assist with tradeshows, promotional materials and training content Maintain appropriate administrative records About You: Qualified Audiologist - FdSc / BSc / MSc (or equivalent) Experience in hearing aid dispensing - essential Exposure to working in a training remit - desirable Flexible on travel nationwide, including weekly overnight stays Ability to establish and maintain excellent and adaptable relationships with all customer types Outstanding written and oral communications skills Ability to work on own initiative and function within a team environment Driven and motivated to succeed If you're interested in the above role, then please do apply online, or for more information please contact Audiology Business Manager - Patrick Reed. Consult will endeavour to contact candidates within 14 days of application. However, if you do not hear back after 2 weeks then please assume on this occasion, unfortunately, you have not been successful.
Consult York, Yorkshire
Dec 05, 2021
Full time
Scope: We are proud to be working with a market-leading hearing device manufacturer who have forged a reputation as a world leader; developing innovative hearing care solutions on a global platform, they are one of the largest groups within this ever-evolving healthcare sector. We are now looking to recruit a career-driven Audiologist to work as a Regional Sales Manager to oversee all commercial and training aspects of the public channel customer portfolio in the North of England. On offer is a strong remuneration package and clear scope for career progression, working in close conjunction with the Head of Sales (NHS), this role offers a level of autonomy to build your own sales portfolio with an industry-leading product line. Responsibilities: Achieve sales targets as set by the Sales Manager and manage a given geographical territory and budget To promote the leading NHS product portfolio, collaborating with Sales & Marketing to drive business growth in the Public channel To ensure that UK sales are developed in line with the business strategic goals Manage and oversee all commercials aspects of public portfolio, with on-going training responsibilities Understand NHSSC, tender processes and procurement functions; co-ordinating premium service offering with key stake holders About You: Qualified Audiologist - FdSc / BSc / MSc Experience of working towards financial targets - preferable Capability of managing a portfolio of technical products and value-added solutions Ability to establish and maintain excellent and adaptable relationships with all customer types Driven and motivated to succeed If you're interested in the above role, then please do apply online, or for more information please contact Audiology Business Manager - Patrick Reed. Consult will endeavour to contact candidates within 14 days of application. However, if you do not hear back after 2 weeks then please assume on this occasion, unfortunately, you have not been successful.
Consult Leeds, Yorkshire
Dec 05, 2021
Full time
Scope: We are proud to be working with a market-leading hearing device manufacturer who have forged a reputation as a world leader; developing innovative hearing care solutions on a global platform, they are one of the largest groups within this ever-evolving healthcare sector. We are now looking to recruit a career-driven Audiologist to work as a Regional Sales Manager to oversee all commercial and training aspects of the public channel customer portfolio in the North of England. On offer is a strong remuneration package and clear scope for career progression, working in close conjunction with the Head of Sales (NHS), this role offers a level of autonomy to build your own sales portfolio with an industry-leading product line. Responsibilities: Achieve sales targets as set by the Sales Manager and manage a given geographical territory and budget To promote the leading NHS product portfolio, collaborating with Sales & Marketing to drive business growth in the Public channel To ensure that UK sales are developed in line with the business strategic goals Manage and oversee all commercials aspects of public portfolio, with on-going training responsibilities Understand NHSSC, tender processes and procurement functions; co-ordinating premium service offering with key stake holders About You: Qualified Audiologist - FdSc / BSc / MSc Experience of working towards financial targets - preferable Capability of managing a portfolio of technical products and value-added solutions Ability to establish and maintain excellent and adaptable relationships with all customer types Driven and motivated to succeed If you're interested in the above role, then please do apply online, or for more information please contact Audiology Business Manager - Patrick Reed. Consult will endeavour to contact candidates within 14 days of application. However, if you do not hear back after 2 weeks then please assume on this occasion, unfortunately, you have not been successful.
Consult Crawley, Sussex
Dec 04, 2021
Full time
Scope: Consult are proud to be working in exclusive partnership with a fast-growing Manufacturer of a specialist healthcare system, truly pushing the product boundaries within the Hearing Health and ENT space - made up of a team of Doctors and Technology experts united by a vision of helping the world to hear. Due to some strong traction in the market and significant business growth in 2021, we are now looking to recruit a Territory Sales Manager to manage and grow a sales territory in the South East of England - primarily focused on selling and delivering training in the Audiology, Pharmacy and Care sectors. With a strong remuneration package and clear scope for career development, this is an interesting career prospect with a company that is revolutionising the delivery of Diagnostic Audiology and offering a system that is highly thought of by clinicians in the space. Responsibilities: Meet and exceed sales targets, regularly monitoring your business plans to make sure you achieve this Arrange appointments with Medical professionals and Retailers, following up with generated leads and convert to sales Grow the sales from existing customers on your territory through sales of further systems, consumables and training Provide clinical training for all customers - work in collaboration with the training team Keep up to date with the latest clinical data supplied by the company, and interpret, present and discuss this data with healthcare professionals About You: Degree or equivalent in Audiology - need to be qualified for training function Proven work experience in Audiology, ENT or Medical Equipment sales - desirable Excellent communication, negotiation and sales skills Highly motivated and target driven to hit personal and professional goals Strong organisational and time management skills If you're interested in the above role, then please do apply online, or for more information please contact Audiology Business Manager - Patrick Reed. Consult will endeavour to contact candidates within 14 days of application. However, if you do not hear back after 2 weeks then please assume on this occasion, unfortunately, you have not been successful.
Consult Reading, Berkshire
Dec 04, 2021
Full time
Scope: Consult are proud to be working in exclusive partnership with a fast-growing Manufacturer of a specialist healthcare system, truly pushing the product boundaries within the Hearing Health and ENT space - made up of a team of Doctors and Technology experts united by a vision of helping the world to hear. Due to some strong traction in the market and significant business growth in 2021, we are now looking to recruit a Territory Sales Manager to manage and grow a sales territory in the South East of England - primarily focused on selling and delivering training in the Audiology, Pharmacy and Care sectors. With a strong remuneration package and clear scope for career development, this is an interesting career prospect with a company that is revolutionising the delivery of Diagnostic Audiology and offering a system that is highly thought of by clinicians in the space. Responsibilities: Meet and exceed sales targets, regularly monitoring your business plans to make sure you achieve this Arrange appointments with Medical professionals and Retailers, following up with generated leads and convert to sales Grow the sales from existing customers on your territory through sales of further systems, consumables and training Provide clinical training for all customers - work in collaboration with the training team Keep up to date with the latest clinical data supplied by the company, and interpret, present and discuss this data with healthcare professionals About You: Degree or equivalent in Audiology - need to be qualified for training function Proven work experience in Audiology, ENT or Medical Equipment sales - desirable Excellent communication, negotiation and sales skills Highly motivated and target driven to hit personal and professional goals Strong organisational and time management skills If you're interested in the above role, then please do apply online, or for more information please contact Audiology Business Manager - Patrick Reed. Consult will endeavour to contact candidates within 14 days of application. However, if you do not hear back after 2 weeks then please assume on this occasion, unfortunately, you have not been successful.
Consult Cambridge, Cambridgeshire
Dec 03, 2021
Contractor
Scope: This global scientific company are a trusted partner to their clients, supporting innovation and optimising workflows with leading organisations operating in the pharmaceutical and biotech space. Providing resource and expertise they offer a broad variety of on-site Laboratory Services. They have a unique opportunity available for a Change Manager with one of their high profile clients, arising from a major site move. This role is time critical and so the person hire will need to be available quickly and be based within a commutable distance from Cambridge. Responsibilities: Responsible for planning, developing, delivering, and tracking change management activities to ensure operational readiness in the new build customer facility Role deliverables including fit for purpose communications, training schedules, stakeholder engagement, change impact assessment, organizational readiness analysis, coaching, resistance management Review transition and alignment projects and apply change management processes and tools to ensure delivery to timeline and to support adoption of the changes Delivery and management of communications to management and teams to ensure up to date information share Ensure appropriate and responsive customer, partner and stakeholder engagement Complete change management assessments and identify and prepare risk mitigation work streams and activities where appropriate Validate and ensure associate (user) readiness and service readiness for transition, tracking and reporting blockers and issues About You: Change Management experience - Essential. Project Management accreditation or proven project management experience of approaches, tools and phases of a project lifecycle Experience and knowledge of change management principles, methodologies and tools Experience with large-scale organisational change efforts Exceptional communication and presentation skills, written and verbal Software experience - Visio, iserver architecture, Project Planner, Process mapping High level organisational skills with a natural inclination for planning strategy and tactics Flexible and adaptable, able to work and respond in ambiguous situations Resilient and tenacious Interpersonal skills Natural leadership and coaching abilities Stakeholder management experience Problem solving and root cause identification skills Able to work effectively at all levels and with multiple customers Team player and able to work collaboratively with and through others Business acumen, understanding of organisational issues and challenges Experience with large-scale organisational change efforts If you're interested in the above role then please click apply or get in touch to discuss further. Consult will endeavour to contact candidates within 14 days of application. However, if you do not hear back after 2 weeks then please assume on this occasion, unfortunately, you have not been successful.
Consult
Dec 03, 2021
Full time
Scope: Consult are proud to be working in exclusive partnership with a fast-growing Manufacturer of a specialist healthcare system, truly pushing the product boundaries within the Hearing Health and ENT space - made up of a team of Doctors and Technology experts united by a vision of helping the world to hear. Due to some strong traction in the market and significant business growth in 2021, we are now looking to recruit a Territory Sales Manager to manage and grow a sales territory in the South East of England - primarily focused on selling and delivering training in the Audiology, Pharmacy and Care sectors. With a strong remuneration package and clear scope for career development, this is an interesting career prospect with a company that is revolutionising the delivery of Diagnostic Audiology and offering a system that is highly thought of by clinicians in the space. Responsibilities: Meet and exceed sales targets, regularly monitoring your business plans to make sure you achieve this Arrange appointments with Medical professionals and Retailers, following up with generated leads and convert to sales Grow the sales from existing customers on your territory through sales of further systems, consumables and training Provide clinical training for all customers - work in collaboration with the training team Keep up to date with the latest clinical data supplied by the company, and interpret, present and discuss this data with healthcare professionals About You: Degree or equivalent in Audiology - need to be qualified for training function Proven work experience in Audiology, ENT or Medical Equipment sales - desirable Excellent communication, negotiation and sales skills Highly motivated and target driven to hit personal and professional goals Strong organisational and time management skills If you're interested in the above role, then please do apply online, or for more information please contact Audiology Business Manager - Patrick Reed. Consult will endeavour to contact candidates within 14 days of application. However, if you do not hear back after 2 weeks then please assume on this occasion, unfortunately, you have not been successful.
Consult Yeovil, Somerset
Dec 03, 2021
Full time
Scope: Consult are proud to be working in exclusive partnership with a fast-growing Manufacturer of a specialist healthcare system, truly pushing the product boundaries within the Hearing Health and ENT space - made up of a team of Doctors and Technology experts united by a vision of helping the world to hear. Due to some strong traction in the market and significant business growth in 2021, we are now looking to recruit a Territory Sales Manager to manage and grow a sales territory in the South West of England - primarily focused on selling and delivering training in the Audiology, Pharmacy and Care sectors. With a strong remuneration package and clear scope for career development, this is an interesting career prospect with a company that is revolutionising the delivery of Diagnostic Audiology and offering a system that is highly thought of by clinicians in the space. Responsibilities: Meet and exceed sales targets, regularly monitoring your business plans to make sure you achieve this Arrange appointments with Medical professionals and Retailers, following up with generated leads and convert to sales Grow the sales from existing customers on your territory through sales of further systems, consumables and training Provide clinical training for all customers - work in collaboration with the training team Keep up to date with the latest clinical data supplied by the company, and interpret, present and discuss this data with healthcare professionals About You: Degree or equivalent in Audiology - need to be qualified for training function Proven work experience in Audiology, ENT or Medical Equipment sales - desirable Excellent communication, negotiation and sales skills Highly motivated and target driven to hit personal and professional goals Strong organisational and time management skills If you're interested in the above role, then please do apply online, or for more information please contact Audiology Business Manager - Patrick Reed. Consult will endeavour to contact candidates within 14 days of application. However, if you do not hear back after 2 weeks then please assume on this occasion, unfortunately, you have not been successful.
Consult Bristol, Somerset
Dec 03, 2021
Full time
Scope: Consult are proud to be working in exclusive partnership with a fast-growing Manufacturer of a specialist healthcare system, truly pushing the product boundaries within the Hearing Health and ENT space - made up of a team of Doctors and Technology experts united by a vision of helping the world to hear. Due to some strong traction in the market and significant business growth in 2021, we are now looking to recruit a Territory Sales Manager to manage and grow a sales territory in the South West of England - primarily focused on selling and delivering training in the Audiology, Pharmacy and Care sectors. With a strong remuneration package and clear scope for career development, this is an interesting career prospect with a company that is revolutionising the delivery of Diagnostic Audiology and offering a system that is highly thought of by clinicians in the space. Responsibilities: Meet and exceed sales targets, regularly monitoring your business plans to make sure you achieve this Arrange appointments with Medical professionals and Retailers, following up with generated leads and convert to sales Grow the sales from existing customers on your territory through sales of further systems, consumables and training Provide clinical training for all customers - work in collaboration with the training team Keep up to date with the latest clinical data supplied by the company, and interpret, present and discuss this data with healthcare professionals About You: Degree or equivalent in Audiology - need to be qualified for training function Proven work experience in Audiology, ENT or Medical Equipment sales - desirable Excellent communication, negotiation and sales skills Highly motivated and target driven to hit personal and professional goals Strong organisational and time management skills If you're interested in the above role, then please do apply online, or for more information please contact Audiology Business Manager - Patrick Reed. Consult will endeavour to contact candidates within 14 days of application. However, if you do not hear back after 2 weeks then please assume on this occasion, unfortunately, you have not been successful.
Consult Rugby, Warwickshire
Dec 03, 2021
Contractor
Scope: This is a fantastic opportunity to join one of the largest science and technology companies in the world. They are an industry leader and can offer fantastic opportunities for progression and development, state of the art facilities and a healthy remuneration package. Responsibilities: Undertaking a wide variety Trade Compliance related activities. Completing daily customs entry processing (Import/Export/Transit) via SAP GTS in support of manufacturing plants in a timely and accurate manner. Daily communication with external logistics providers and Customs Brokers. Collaborating with various local, regional and global business stakeholders to ensure compliance with Government and Customs regulations Assisting in the continued development and support of Trade Compliance systems and programmes. Conducting internal compliance audits and any associated post clearance activities required. About You: Experience in international trade is essential. Experience of submitting Customs Import and/or Export declarations via standalone Customs declaration software, ideally SAP GTS or other similar HMRC certified systems such as Descarte or Ricardo Ability and flexibility to adapt to changing priorities and processes Ability to function under pressure: manage workload and maintain due dates. Proficiency in Microsoft Office (Word, Excel) Additional Experience: Experience of working in a SAP Customs self-filing environment, completing import and/or export declarations via GTS is highly desirable. Good standard of education is required - A-level qualification or equivalent to include as a minimum GCSE Maths and English Professional training in Customs matters by a recognised organisation such as Strong & Herd, BIFA etc If you're interested in the above role then please click apply or get in touch to discuss further. Consult will endeavour to contact candidates within 14 days of application. However, if you do not hear back after 2 weeks then please assume on this occasion, unfortunately, you have not been successful.
Consult Manchester, Lancashire
Nov 30, 2021
Full time
Scope: Consult is proud to be working in close partnership with one of our closest clients in Audiology, a leading, global manufacturer of specialist hearing devices. Our client has built up market-leading positions in many countries, developing and manufacturing niche, cutting-edge technologies for the past 100 years. We are now recruiting for a consultative Audiology or Sales professional to manage some of the key hospital partners, working in close liaison with Head of Service/Departments, Lead Audiologists, Specialist Audiologists, Consultants and most NHS Audiology Professionals to develop business and regional market share. With a strong remuneration package and clear scope for career development, this is a truly exciting opportunity with an innovative, forward-thinking company. Responsibilities: To manage and develop the selling of my clients hearing aids and accessories to the Audiology market - Public Sector Customer Portfolio Develop and maintain marketing plans for NHS Customers Effective account management and competitive negotiation Attainment of company defined targets and expectations Provide management with details of competitor activity and market development on a regular basis To provide product training and support, fitting, fine-tuning and growing Hearing Aid Audiologist knowledge of product portfolio About You: Qualified Audiologist (BSc or MSc) or Healthcare Sales background (NHS/Hospital exposure) Ability to understand and explain technical product information Ability to work in a cohesive team as well as on own initiative Be an ambassador for the company, always Demonstrable skills in Interpersonal Communication, Negotiation, Business Acumen, Self-Management and Sales Strategy Possess a high commercial desire If you're interested in the above role then please click apply or get in touch to discuss further. Consult will endeavour to contact candidates within 14 days of application. However, if you do not hear back after 2 weeks then please assume on this occasion, unfortunately, you have not been successful.