Medical Sales Associate
- Expired: over a month ago. Applications are no longer accepted.
Medical sales, medical account management, outside sales, office-based sales, private practice and employed physicians, direct patient education in-home and in-office. Trying to acquire new business and new customers. Manage work inside of physicians’ offices of current customers to oversee various medical programs, patient education, and staff education. Physicians’ offices may include orthopedic or pain management offices, physical therapy offices, chiropractic offices, and addiction treatment facilities. Sales associates must possess problem-solving skills, exceptional customer service skills, personal accountability, a high level of stress management skills, the ability to be a team player, leadership skills, aggressive, persuasive, energetic, and fun-loving. Expected earnings at plan $90k.
One-year sales experience, driver’s license, reliable vehicle, smartphone, strong understanding of app-based technology, Microsoft Office, Google Suite knowledge, Bachelor’s degree, back-to-back experience preferred. Candidates with medical backgrounds either through education or professional experience are highly sought. Graduates of Athletic Training or Bachelor’s Degree Programs are highly sought. Team sports background is highly preferred.
Discretionary $20k bonus,
$0.56 mileage reimbursement
$2500 Health Reimbursement
Expected 1-year earnings at plan $90k
Promotion to Follow (Territory Manager) = Uncapped commission: Top Earners $200k+
*RELOCATION UPON PROMOTION A REAL POSSIBILITY***Company HQ and Operation centers based in the Eastern time zone, Please expect early morning encounters during the interview process and periodic early group calls and training events**
Match One Medical Marketing ConsultantsWhy Work Here?
Great teamwork and a fun atmosphere with a company who is working to help relieve the opioid epidemic.
Match One Medical Marketing Consultants is striving to help relieve the stress on physicians caused by the opioid epidemic, reduced reimbursement, and increased costs by offering alternative treatments to opioids, access to abuse-prevention tools, and ancillary revenue programs consistent with the goal to reduce abuse.