Philips Peripheral Account Manager, Venous Development Manager in United States of America - Home Based, Massachusetts
In this role, you have the opportunity to
The Venous Development Manager(TM) is responsible for the ongoing support and internal development of strategically important, complex, long term, customers and customer organizations within your Regions. Through cross-functional cooperation, the Venous Development Manager’s primary responsibility includes driving utilization, growth, customer training, and continuing education. The VDM is the primary support contact to assigned TM’s and Clinical Specialist’s and will conduct monthly business reviews with Sales Teams, target new internal sales opportunities with TM’s, and identify areas within assigned accounts to further expand the footprint within the account base. He/she coordinates with the Area Business Manager, Clinical Specialists, and other Field Specialists to provide pre and post sales service and support to increase positive customer relationships and to identify other revenue growth opportunities.
You are responsible for
New Business Acquisition
Responsible for achieving sales of all applicable disposable products and services in assigned US territory. Assists in advancing revenue and market position consistent with Company goals
Grows and maintains revenue volume in existing accounts.
Cultivates opportunities within legacy and prospective accounts.
Assists in developing pricing strategies in conjunction with the RSMs and ZVPs, Commercial Operations.
Conducts sales presentations for new and existing customers, as necessary.
Keeps abreast of new products in assigned discipline and of current and future Company products.
In specified accounts, the VDM partners with the TM’s and customer contacts, including physicians, clinical staff, nursing, department managers, and procurement staff to drive utilization products and services and discover new opportunities for product expansion, thereby maintaining and constantly improving the competitive position by:
Engaging multi-discipline commercial team members and articulating customer site utilization and business opportunities to internal stakeholders and gaining commitment to execute.
Conducting monthly business reviews of assigned accounts, and executing these plans, reports progress, deviations and enhancements.
Understanding the strategic context of the customer and the markets in which they compete.
Consistently working to improve clinical acumen, competitive product knowledge, customer relationship/sales skills to become of greater value to customers.
Maintaining the necessary performance and administrative reporting documents, in adherence with company policy.
Provides primary clinical training and education to customers. Assists in disseminating technical product information to customers. Assists in the development and execution of regional hospital staff training courses.
Assist in training and education efforts within regional group to enhance team's understanding of applicable procedures. Help spread best practices and sales tactics among greater sales organization.
Interfaces with marketing to quantify needs and to provide intelligence to management on competitive products and Company product enhancements.
Communicate with, align, and collaborate with the extended Philips team to execute on the Account strategy
Networks extensively within the assigned accounts.
Manages complex / interdepartmental customer stakeholders.
Ensures that the Company relationship is indispensable and irreplaceable to the customer.
Requires cultural sensitivity within a diverse work environment.
Maintains knowledge of customer’s long-term goals, objectives, and business strategies.
Engages customers in new product and service development initiatives.
Drives the customer organization toward mutually agreed upon clinical / technical standards.
Provides customer insight to positively impact the strategic plan and product development.
Increases credibility and brand awareness in the marketplace.
Sets a standard of ethics and excellence in alignment with the Philips General Business Principles.
Acts as an ambassador of professional standards.
You are a part of
The VDM is responsible for the deployment of key resources to include training and education events, marketing tools and Sales applications. The VDM is responsible for submitting a variety of reports, as assigned by the National Venous Development Manager.
To succeed in this role, you should have the following skills and experience
BA or BS in Business - and/or/education/experience equivalence.
Previous successful Venous related experience, including 2+ plus years of related industry experience, 5 years + of which included a successful track record in customer relationship and account management in the appropriate industry segment.
Proven selling and customer relationship management skills with the ability to navigate a complex sales process to include stakeholders / partners.
Strong clinical and technical knowledge, with the confidence to knowledgably engage key stakeholders such as physicians, clinical staff, nurses, department managers and supply chain to present a value proposition.
Professional presence that influences desired results with both external and internal stakeholders.
Ability to effectively manage assigned regions in terms of driving utilization, customer relationship management, problem resolution, and business planning.
Proven effective verbal, computer, written and presentation/communication skills.
Ability to use communication methods and strategies that influence desired results at senior levels within the assigned Accounts.
Ability to quickly adapt and respond to job, environmental, and industry changes.
Proficient in Microsoft Office Suite.
In return, we offer you
A path towards your most rewarding career. We believe that we are at our best as a company when you are at yours as a person. Thus, we offer competitive health benefits, a flexible work schedule and access to local well-being focused activities.
Why should you join Philips?
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