Sales Manager


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Business Development Manager - Medical

Salary to £45K plus car, (Tesla), healthcare and subsidised gym membership

Home/Field based (permanent) - covering East Midlands & East Anglia

This is an opportunity for a Sales Manager to join an innovative international company who provide medical solutions to 134 countries across the globe, helping overcome barriers and improving the quality of life.

Chase Recruitment is working with this pioneering company whose growth has created an opportunity for a driven Business Development Manager with medical sales experience to work across the East Midlands and East Anglia area.

As an experienced Sales Manager within the medical sector, you'll be joining a passionate team of highly-qualified researchers and developers, with the aim of expanding it's market leading position.

Key Skills - Business Development Manager

  • Experience within the medical sales sector
  • Theatre experience would be preferable
  • A demonstrable track record of achievement as a sales manager
  • Account management skills should be well developed
  • Educated to degree level

If you believe you have the right attitude and successful track record in medical sales please get in contact today.

Successful candidates will be contacted immediately and invited to an initial video interview.

All candidates will then be supported and guided through the application and interview process, and will be provided with feedback throughout.

About Chase Recruitment

Chase Recruitment is a quality led recruitment specialist. We build relationships to become trusted partners, working as part of our clients extended recruitment team.

At Chase Recruitment we specialise in Sales, Marketing and Technical sectors. We try to facilitate the best fit to make sure that you're happy in your new permanent role. If you know someone who may be interested in finding the next step in their own career and refer them to us, you could earn up to £500 when we place them.

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