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Veran Medical Technologies is a rapidly growing, venture-backed private healthcare company with a disruptive, industry-leading technology. We’re on a mission to transform the standard of care for early cancer diagnoses and treatment. If you’re passionate about making a meaningful difference in the healthcare industry, this is the place for you. As a dynamic start-up, each team member is integral to our success. We’re looking for self-motivated individuals who like autonomy and love a challenge.

Current Positions

We are looking for a Regional Capital Sales Manager to expand our customer base and achieve sales quotas for specific territories within our company.

To be successful you will need previous experience taking accountability for reaching specific targets, and be able to remotely supervise a team of salespeople. Our ideal candidates combine excellent communication skills with a strategic mindset. They will possess the drive to ensure their area of responsibility meets or exceeds the expectations of our business objectives and contributes to our company’s success.

NOTE: Candidates who are offered a position shall be subject to criminal background, motor vehicle, and reference checks and initial drug screening.

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Location: Atlanta, Georgia
Listing Date: September 7, 2017
Position: Regional Capital Sales Manager
Job Type: Full-Time
Education: Bachelor's Degree or Equivalent Education/Experience
Direct Report: Director of Capital Sales, Eastern US

Responsibilities:

  • Serve as the primary point of contact for all prospective customers for the Company’s products, systems and services for a designated sales territory.
  • Sell capital equipment and servicing components for the Company’s navigation system.
  • Collaborate with Sales Utilization counterpart regarding system placements, installations and training.
  • Achieve established sales quota by selling the Company’s navigation system and servicing agreements to new customers.
  • Develop a thorough understanding of Company’s product portfolio and how it affects patient care via successful completion of Veran’s sales training program.
  • Understand and manage all enabling technologies, including but not limited to Veran’s Thoracic Navigation System, Veran’s Planning Station, Veran’s IR platform, and the Veran CRM.
  • Work with physicians, physician groups, physician liaisons, department managers, and other administrators to support the Company’s products, systems and services by providing requested guidance, case coverage, virtual support, and telephone support.
  • Work with the Marketing Department staff to assist in the distribution and communication of brochures, presentations, and other field marketing materials to potential and existing customers.
  • Remain abreast of marketing developments pertaining to competitor products, systems, procedures and services.
  • Provide training to physicians and customer staff on capital systems sold.
  • Liaise with the Clinical Team regarding the completion of evaluations and product demonstrations for prospective customers.
  • Maintain positive customer relationships with current accounts.
  • Promote awareness of Company products, systems and services through physician events, medical trade shows, in-house department referrals, etc. as needed.
  • Support internal marketing efforts as needed.

Qualifications:

  • Willing to travel, self-motivated, excellent communication skills (verbal, written, etc.), persuasive, adaptable, ability to multitask, comfortable in a clinical setting.
  • Bachelor’s Degree preferred.
  • 5+ years of marketing or sales experience with a proven track record for sales performance preferred.
  • Medical device experience preferred.
  • Approximately 50-80% travel required.

We are looking for a Regional Capital Sales Manager to expand our customer base and achieve sales quotas for specific territories within our company.

To be successful you will need previous experience taking accountability for reaching specific targets, and be able to remotely supervise a team of salespeople. Our ideal candidates combine excellent communication skills with a strategic mindset. They will possess the drive to ensure their area of responsibility meets or exceeds the expectations of our business objectives and contributes to our company’s success.

NOTE: Candidates who are offered a position shall be subject to criminal background, motor vehicle, and reference checks and initial drug screening.

Apply Now

Location: Southern California
Listing Date: October 10, 2017
Position: Regional Capital Sales Manager
Job Type: Full-Time
Education: Bachelor's Degree or Equivalent Education/Experience
Direct Report: Director of Capital Sales

Responsibilities:

  • Serve as the primary point of contact for all prospective customers for the Company’s products, systems and services for a designated sales territory.
  • Sell capital equipment and servicing components for the Company’s navigation system.
  • Collaborate with Sales Utilization counterpart regarding system placements, installations and training.
  • Achieve established sales quota by selling the Company’s navigation system and servicing agreements to new customers.
  • Develop a thorough understanding of Company’s product portfolio and how it affects patient care via successful completion of Veran’s sales training program.
  • Understand and manage all enabling technologies, including but not limited to Veran’s Thoracic Navigation System, Veran’s Planning Station, Veran’s IR platform, and the Veran CRM.
  • Work with physicians, physician groups, physician liaisons, department managers, and other administrators to support the Company’s products, systems and services by providing requested guidance, case coverage, virtual support, and telephone support.
  • Work with the Marketing Department staff to assist in the distribution and communication of brochures, presentations, and other field marketing materials to potential and existing customers.
  • Remain abreast of marketing developments pertaining to competitor products, systems, procedures and services.
  • Provide training to physicians and customer staff on capital systems sold.
  • Liaise with the Clinical Team regarding the completion of evaluations and product demonstrations for prospective customers.
  • Maintain positive customer relationships with current accounts.
  • Promote awareness of Company products, systems and services through physician events, medical trade shows, in-house department referrals, etc. as needed.
  • Support internal marketing efforts as needed.

Qualifications:

  • Willing to travel, self-motivated, excellent communication skills (verbal, written, etc.), persuasive, adaptable, ability to multitask, comfortable in a clinical setting.
  • Bachelor’s Degree preferred.
  • 5+ years of marketing or sales experience with a proven track record for sales performance preferred.
  • Medical device experience preferred.
  • Approximately 50-80% travel required.

We are looking for a result-driven capital sales associate to support our capital sales team in all aspects of sales related duties, from generating leads to closing sales.

The Associate Capital Sales Representative includes working closely with customers to determine their needs, answer their questions about our products and recommend the right solutions. You should also be able to promptly resolve customer complaints and ensure maximum client satisfaction. To be successful, you should stay up-to-date with product features and achieve excellent customer service, while consistently meeting sales goals.

NOTE: Candidates who are offered a position shall be subject to criminal background, motor vehicle, and reference checks and initial drug screening.

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Location: Cincinnati, OH or Louisville, KY
Listing Date: December 1, 2017
Position: Associate Capital Sales Representative
Job Type: Full-Time
Education: Bachelor’s Degree or Equivalent Education/Experience
Direct Report: Director of Capital Sales, Western US

Responsibilities:

  • Work with the Regional Capital Sales Manager as a point of contact for all prospective customers for the Company’s products, systems and services for a designated sales territory.
  • Assist in the sale of capital equipment and service components for the Company’s navigation system
  • Collaborate with Regional Capital Sales Manager and Regional Sales Utilization counterparts regarding system placements, installations and training.
  • Work with Regional Capital Sales Manager to achieve established sales quota by assisting in the sale of the Company’s navigation system and service agreements to new customers.
  • Develop a thorough understanding of Company’s product portfolio and how it affects patient care via successful completion of Veran’s sales training program.
  • Understand and manage all enabling technologies, including but not limited to Veran’s Thoracic Navigation System, Veran’s Planning Station, Veran’s IR platform, and the Veran CRM.
  • Work with physicians, physician groups, physician liaisons, department managers, and other administrators to support the Company’s products, systems and services by providing requested guidance, case coverage, virtual support, and telephone support.
  • Work with the Marketing Department staff to assist in the distribution and communication of brochures, presentations, and other field marketing materials to potential and existing customers.
  • Remain abreast of marketing developments pertaining to competitor products, systems, procedures and services.
  • Provide training to physicians and customer staff on capital systems sold.
  • Liaise with the Clinical Team regarding the completion of evaluations and product demonstrations for prospective customers.
  • Maintain positive customer relationships with current accounts.
  • Promote awareness of Company products, systems and services through physician events, medical trade shows, in-house department referrals, etc. as needed.
  • Support internal marketing efforts as needed.

 

Qualifications:

  • Willing to travel, self-motivated, excellent communication skills (verbal, written, etc.), persuasive, adaptable, ability to multitask, comfortable in a clinical setting.
  • Bachelor’s Degree preferred.
  • 1+ years of marketing or sales experience with a proven track record for sales performance preferred.
  • Medical device experience preferred.
  • Approximately 50-80% travel required.
  • Strong working knowledge of Excel, Word, and PowerPoint.

We are looking for a result-driven capital sales associate to support our capital sales team in all aspects of sales related duties, from generating leads to closing sales.

The Associate Capital Sales Representative includes working closely with customers to determine their needs, answer their questions about our products and recommend the right solutions. You should also be able to promptly resolve customer complaints and ensure maximum client satisfaction. To be successful, you should stay up-to-date with product features and achieve excellent customer service, while consistently meeting sales goals.

NOTE: Candidates who are offered a position shall be subject to criminal background, motor vehicle, and reference checks and initial drug screening.

Apply Now

Location: Philadelphia, PA or Washington, D.C.
Listing Date: December 1, 2017
Position: Associate Capital Sales Representative
Job Type: Full-Time
Education: Bachelor’s Degree or Equivalent Education/Experience
Direct Report: Director of Capital Sales, Eastern US

Responsibilities:

  • Work with the Regional Capital Sales Manager as a point of contact for all prospective customers for the Company’s products, systems and services for a designated sales territory.
  • Assist in the sale of capital equipment and service components for the Company’s navigation system
  • Collaborate with Regional Capital Sales Manager and Regional Sales Utilization counterparts regarding system placements, installations and training.
  • Work with Regional Capital Sales Manager to achieve established sales quota by assisting in the sale of the Company’s navigation system and service agreements to new customers.
  • Develop a thorough understanding of Company’s product portfolio and how it affects patient care via successful completion of Veran’s sales training program.
  • Understand and manage all enabling technologies, including but not limited to Veran’s Thoracic Navigation System, Veran’s Planning Station, Veran’s IR platform, and the Veran CRM.
  • Work with physicians, physician groups, physician liaisons, department managers, and other administrators to support the Company’s products, systems and services by providing requested guidance, case coverage, virtual support, and telephone support.
  • Work with the Marketing Department staff to assist in the distribution and communication of brochures, presentations, and other field marketing materials to potential and existing customers.
  • Remain abreast of marketing developments pertaining to competitor products, systems, procedures and services.
  • Provide training to physicians and customer staff on capital systems sold.
  • Liaise with the Clinical Team regarding the completion of evaluations and product demonstrations for prospective customers.
  • Maintain positive customer relationships with current accounts.
  • Promote awareness of Company products, systems and services through physician events, medical trade shows, in-house department referrals, etc. as needed.
  • Support internal marketing efforts as needed.

 

Qualifications:

  • Willing to travel, self-motivated, excellent communication skills (verbal, written, etc.), persuasive, adaptable, ability to multitask, comfortable in a clinical setting.
  • Bachelor’s Degree preferred.
  • 1+ years of marketing or sales experience with a proven track record for sales performance preferred.
  • Medical device experience preferred.
  • Approximately 50-80% travel required.
  • Strong working knowledge of Excel, Word, and PowerPoint.

We are looking for a result-driven capital sales associate to support our capital sales team in all aspects of sales related duties, from generating leads to closing sales.

The Associate Capital Sales Representative includes working closely with customers to determine their needs, answer their questions about our products and recommend the right solutions. You should also be able to promptly resolve customer complaints and ensure maximum client satisfaction. To be successful, you should stay up-to-date with product features and achieve excellent customer service, while consistently meeting sales goals.

NOTE: Candidates who are offered a position shall be subject to criminal background, motor vehicle, and reference checks and initial drug screening.

Apply Now

Location: Boston, MA
Listing Date: December 1, 2017
Position: Associate Capital Sales Representative
Job Type: Full-Time
Education: Bachelor’s Degree or Equivalent Education/Experience
Direct Report: Director of Capital Sales, Eastern US

Responsibilities:

  • Work with the Regional Capital Sales Manager as a point of contact for all prospective customers for the Company’s products, systems and services for a designated sales territory.
  • Assist in the sale of capital equipment and service components for the Company’s navigation system
  • Collaborate with Regional Capital Sales Manager and Regional Sales Utilization counterparts regarding system placements, installations and training.
  • Work with Regional Capital Sales Manager to achieve established sales quota by assisting in the sale of the Company’s navigation system and service agreements to new customers.
  • Develop a thorough understanding of Company’s product portfolio and how it affects patient care via successful completion of Veran’s sales training program.
  • Understand and manage all enabling technologies, including but not limited to Veran’s Thoracic Navigation System, Veran’s Planning Station, Veran’s IR platform, and the Veran CRM.
  • Work with physicians, physician groups, physician liaisons, department managers, and other administrators to support the Company’s products, systems and services by providing requested guidance, case coverage, virtual support, and telephone support.
  • Work with the Marketing Department staff to assist in the distribution and communication of brochures, presentations, and other field marketing materials to potential and existing customers.
  • Remain abreast of marketing developments pertaining to competitor products, systems, procedures and services.
  • Provide training to physicians and customer staff on capital systems sold.
  • Liaise with the Clinical Team regarding the completion of evaluations and product demonstrations for prospective customers.
  • Maintain positive customer relationships with current accounts.
  • Promote awareness of Company products, systems and services through physician events, medical trade shows, in-house department referrals, etc. as needed.
  • Support internal marketing efforts as needed.

 

Qualifications:

  • Willing to travel, self-motivated, excellent communication skills (verbal, written, etc.), persuasive, adaptable, ability to multitask, comfortable in a clinical setting.
  • Bachelor’s Degree preferred.
  • 1+ years of marketing or sales experience with a proven track record for sales performance preferred.
  • Medical device experience preferred.
  • Approximately 50-80% travel required.
  • Strong working knowledge of Excel, Word, and PowerPoint.

We are looking for a result-driven capital sales associate to support our capital sales team in all aspects of sales related duties, from generating leads to closing sales.

The Associate Capital Sales Representative includes working closely with customers to determine their needs, answer their questions about our products and recommend the right solutions. You should also be able to promptly resolve customer complaints and ensure maximum client satisfaction. To be successful, you should stay up-to-date with product features and achieve excellent customer service, while consistently meeting sales goals.

NOTE: Candidates who are offered a position shall be subject to criminal background, motor vehicle, and reference checks and initial drug screening.

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Location: Minneapolis, MN or Kansas City, MO
Listing Date: December 1, 2017
Position: Associate Capital Sales Representative
Job Type: Full-Time
Education: Bachelor’s Degree or Equivalent Education/Experience
Direct Report: Director of Capital Sales, Eastern US

Responsibilities:

  • Work with the Regional Capital Sales Manager as a point of contact for all prospective customers for the Company’s products, systems and services for a designated sales territory.
  • Assist in the sale of capital equipment and service components for the Company’s navigation system
  • Collaborate with Regional Capital Sales Manager and Regional Sales Utilization counterparts regarding system placements, installations and training.
  • Work with Regional Capital Sales Manager to achieve established sales quota by assisting in the sale of the Company’s navigation system and service agreements to new customers.
  • Develop a thorough understanding of Company’s product portfolio and how it affects patient care via successful completion of Veran’s sales training program.
  • Understand and manage all enabling technologies, including but not limited to Veran’s Thoracic Navigation System, Veran’s Planning Station, Veran’s IR platform, and the Veran CRM.
  • Work with physicians, physician groups, physician liaisons, department managers, and other administrators to support the Company’s products, systems and services by providing requested guidance, case coverage, virtual support, and telephone support.
  • Work with the Marketing Department staff to assist in the distribution and communication of brochures, presentations, and other field marketing materials to potential and existing customers.
  • Remain abreast of marketing developments pertaining to competitor products, systems, procedures and services.
  • Provide training to physicians and customer staff on capital systems sold.
  • Liaise with the Clinical Team regarding the completion of evaluations and product demonstrations for prospective customers.
  • Maintain positive customer relationships with current accounts.
  • Promote awareness of Company products, systems and services through physician events, medical trade shows, in-house department referrals, etc. as needed.
  • Support internal marketing efforts as needed.

 

Qualifications:

  • Willing to travel, self-motivated, excellent communication skills (verbal, written, etc.), persuasive, adaptable, ability to multitask, comfortable in a clinical setting.
  • Bachelor’s Degree preferred.
  • 1+ years of marketing or sales experience with a proven track record for sales performance preferred.
  • Medical device experience preferred.
  • Approximately 50-80% travel required.
  • Strong working knowledge of Excel, Word, and PowerPoint.

We are looking for a result-driven capital sales associate to support our capital sales team in all aspects of sales related duties, from generating leads to closing sales.

The Associate Capital Sales Representative includes working closely with customers to determine their needs, answer their questions about our products and recommend the right solutions. You should also be able to promptly resolve customer complaints and ensure maximum client satisfaction. To be successful, you should stay up-to-date with product features and achieve excellent customer service, while consistently meeting sales goals.

NOTE: Candidates who are offered a position shall be subject to criminal background, motor vehicle, and reference checks and initial drug screening.

Apply Now

Location: Atlanta, GA
Listing Date: December 1, 2017
Position: Associate Capital Sales Representative
Job Type: Full-Time
Education: Bachelor’s Degree or Equivalent Education/Experience
Direct Report: Director of Capital Sales, Eastern US

Responsibilities:

  • Work with the Regional Capital Sales Manager as a point of contact for all prospective customers for the Company’s products, systems and services for a designated sales territory.
  • Assist in the sale of capital equipment and service components for the Company’s navigation system
  • Collaborate with Regional Capital Sales Manager and Regional Sales Utilization counterparts regarding system placements, installations and training.
  • Work with Regional Capital Sales Manager to achieve established sales quota by assisting in the sale of the Company’s navigation system and service agreements to new customers.
  • Develop a thorough understanding of Company’s product portfolio and how it affects patient care via successful completion of Veran’s sales training program.
  • Understand and manage all enabling technologies, including but not limited to Veran’s Thoracic Navigation System, Veran’s Planning Station, Veran’s IR platform, and the Veran CRM.
  • Work with physicians, physician groups, physician liaisons, department managers, and other administrators to support the Company’s products, systems and services by providing requested guidance, case coverage, virtual support, and telephone support.
  • Work with the Marketing Department staff to assist in the distribution and communication of brochures, presentations, and other field marketing materials to potential and existing customers.
  • Remain abreast of marketing developments pertaining to competitor products, systems, procedures and services.
  • Provide training to physicians and customer staff on capital systems sold.
  • Liaise with the Clinical Team regarding the completion of evaluations and product demonstrations for prospective customers.
  • Maintain positive customer relationships with current accounts.
  • Promote awareness of Company products, systems and services through physician events, medical trade shows, in-house department referrals, etc. as needed.
  • Support internal marketing efforts as needed.

 

Qualifications:

  • Willing to travel, self-motivated, excellent communication skills (verbal, written, etc.), persuasive, adaptable, ability to multitask, comfortable in a clinical setting.
  • Bachelor’s Degree preferred.
  • 1+ years of marketing or sales experience with a proven track record for sales performance preferred.
  • Medical device experience preferred.
  • Approximately 50-80% travel required.
  • Strong working knowledge of Excel, Word, and PowerPoint.

We are looking for a result-driven capital sales associate to support our capital sales team in all aspects of sales related duties, from generating leads to closing sales.

The Associate Capital Sales Representative includes working closely with customers to determine their needs, answer their questions about our products and recommend the right solutions. You should also be able to promptly resolve customer complaints and ensure maximum client satisfaction. To be successful, you should stay up-to-date with product features and achieve excellent customer service, while consistently meeting sales goals.

NOTE: Candidates who are offered a position shall be subject to criminal background, motor vehicle, and reference checks and initial drug screening.

Apply Now

Location: Houston or Dallas, TX
Listing Date: December 1, 2017
Position: Associate Capital Sales Representative
Job Type: Full-Time
Education: Bachelor’s Degree or Equivalent Education/Experience
Direct Report: Director of Capital Sales, Western US

Responsibilities:

  • Work with the Regional Capital Sales Manager as a point of contact for all prospective customers for the Company’s products, systems and services for a designated sales territory.
  • Assist in the sale of capital equipment and service components for the Company’s navigation system
  • Collaborate with Regional Capital Sales Manager and Regional Sales Utilization counterparts regarding system placements, installations and training.
  • Work with Regional Capital Sales Manager to achieve established sales quota by assisting in the sale of the Company’s navigation system and service agreements to new customers.
  • Develop a thorough understanding of Company’s product portfolio and how it affects patient care via successful completion of Veran’s sales training program.
  • Understand and manage all enabling technologies, including but not limited to Veran’s Thoracic Navigation System, Veran’s Planning Station, Veran’s IR platform, and the Veran CRM.
  • Work with physicians, physician groups, physician liaisons, department managers, and other administrators to support the Company’s products, systems and services by providing requested guidance, case coverage, virtual support, and telephone support.
  • Work with the Marketing Department staff to assist in the distribution and communication of brochures, presentations, and other field marketing materials to potential and existing customers.
  • Remain abreast of marketing developments pertaining to competitor products, systems, procedures and services.
  • Provide training to physicians and customer staff on capital systems sold.
  • Liaise with the Clinical Team regarding the completion of evaluations and product demonstrations for prospective customers.
  • Maintain positive customer relationships with current accounts.
  • Promote awareness of Company products, systems and services through physician events, medical trade shows, in-house department referrals, etc. as needed.
  • Support internal marketing efforts as needed.

 

Qualifications:

  • Willing to travel, self-motivated, excellent communication skills (verbal, written, etc.), persuasive, adaptable, ability to multitask, comfortable in a clinical setting.
  • Bachelor’s Degree preferred.
  • 1+ years of marketing or sales experience with a proven track record for sales performance preferred.
  • Medical device experience preferred.
  • Approximately 50-80% travel required.
  • Strong working knowledge of Excel, Word, and PowerPoint.

The Field Clinical Application Specialist will work with the Sales Utilization team to provide customer support for case coverage, troubleshooting, and technical matters pertaining to Veran’s SPiN Thoracic Navigation System™ (“System”) in a designate geography. The Field Clinical Application Specialist is responsible for acquiring full knowledge of the operation, potential capabilities, and value propositions for the System and related Company products. Additionally, this individual will help the sales organization to achieve the overall sales quota for disposable products, while driving system utilization at facilities in their geography.

NOTE: Candidates who are offered a position shall be subject to criminal background, motor vehicle, and reference checks and initial drug screening.

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Location: Pittsburgh, PA
Listing Date: December 1, 2017
Position: Field Clinical Application Specialist
Job Type: Full-Time
Education: Bachelor's Degree or Equivalent Education/Experience
Direct Report: Director of Sales Utilization, Eastern US

Responsibilities:

  • Work with the Regional Sales Utilization Manager (‘RSUM”) to serve as a secondary point of contact for all customers regarding the Company’s products, systems, and services in a designated geography.
  • Provide technical guidance and assistance to physicians and medical staff by evaluating options, and problem solving during medical procedures, using Company products and services in a designated geography.
  • Work with physicians, physician groups, physician liaisons, department managers, and other administrators to support the Company’s products, systems, and services by providing requested guidance, case coverage, virtual support, and telephone support.
  • Collaborate with RSUMs and Regional Capital Sales Managers regarding system placements, installations, evaluations, demos, and training.
  • Develop a thorough understanding of Company’s product portfolio and how those products affect patient care, via successful completion of Veran’s sales training program.
  • Understand and manage all enabling technologies, including but not limited to Veran’s Thoracic Navigation System, Veran’s Planning Station, Veran’s IR Platform, and the Veran CRM.
  • Work with Marketing department staff to ensure the distribution and communication of brochures, presentations, and other field marketing materials to potential and existing customers.
  • Work with current accounts to maintain disposable product inventory levels while providing accurate forecasts to RSUMs and Sales Directors.
  • Provide current and accurate ordering information to accounts, including pricing, product descriptions, shipment dates, etc.
  • Promote awareness of Company products, systems and services through physician events, medical trade shows, in-house department referrals, etc.
  • Assist hospital with establishing or improving Lung Cancer Screening Programs.

 

Qualifications:

  • Willing to travel, self-motivated, excellent communication skills (verbal, written, etc.), persuasive, adaptable, ability to multitask, comfortable in a clinical setting.
  • Bachelor’s Degree preferred.
  • 1-2 years of sales experience preferred.
  • Medical device experience preferred.
  • Approximately 75% travel required.

The Field Clinical Application Specialist will work with the Sales Utilization team to provide customer support for case coverage, troubleshooting, and technical matters pertaining to Veran’s SPiN Thoracic Navigation System™ (“System”) in a designate geography. The Field Clinical Application Specialist is responsible for acquiring full knowledge of the operation, potential capabilities, and value propositions for the System and related Company products. Additionally, this individual will help the sales organization to achieve the overall sales quota for disposable products, while driving system utilization at facilities in their geography.

NOTE: Candidates who are offered a position shall be subject to criminal background, motor vehicle, and reference checks and initial drug screening.

Apply Now

Location: Phoenix, AZ
Listing Date: December 1, 2017
Position: Field Clinical Application Specialist
Job Type: Full-Time
Education: Bachelor's Degree or Equivalent Education/Experience
Direct Report: Director of Sales Utilization, Western US

Responsibilities:

  • Work with the Regional Sales Utilization Manager (‘RSUM”) to serve as a secondary point of contact for all customers regarding the Company’s products, systems, and services in a designated geography.
  • Provide technical guidance and assistance to physicians and medical staff by evaluating options, and problem solving during medical procedures, using Company products and services in a designated geography.
  • Work with physicians, physician groups, physician liaisons, department managers, and other administrators to support the Company’s products, systems, and services by providing requested guidance, case coverage, virtual support, and telephone support.
  • Collaborate with RSUMs and Regional Capital Sales Managers regarding system placements, installations, evaluations, demos, and training.
  • Develop a thorough understanding of Company’s product portfolio and how those products affect patient care, via successful completion of Veran’s sales training program.
  • Understand and manage all enabling technologies, including but not limited to Veran’s Thoracic Navigation System, Veran’s Planning Station, Veran’s IR Platform, and the Veran CRM.
  • Work with Marketing department staff to ensure the distribution and communication of brochures, presentations, and other field marketing materials to potential and existing customers.
  • Work with current accounts to maintain disposable product inventory levels while providing accurate forecasts to RSUMs and Sales Directors.
  • Provide current and accurate ordering information to accounts, including pricing, product descriptions, shipment dates, etc.
  • Promote awareness of Company products, systems and services through physician events, medical trade shows, in-house department referrals, etc.
  • Assist hospital with establishing or improving Lung Cancer Screening Programs.

 

Qualifications:

  • Willing to travel, self-motivated, excellent communication skills (verbal, written, etc.), persuasive, adaptable, ability to multitask, comfortable in a clinical setting.
  • Bachelor’s Degree preferred.
  • 1-2 years of sales experience preferred.
  • Medical device experience preferred.
  • Approximately 75% travel required.

The Field Clinical Application Specialist will work with the Sales Utilization team to provide customer support for case coverage, troubleshooting, and technical matters pertaining to Veran’s SPiN Thoracic Navigation System™ (“System”) in a designate geography. The Field Clinical Application Specialist is responsible for acquiring full knowledge of the operation, potential capabilities, and value propositions for the System and related Company products. Additionally, this individual will help the sales organization to achieve the overall sales quota for disposable products, while driving system utilization at facilities in their geography.

NOTE: Candidates who are offered a position shall be subject to criminal background, motor vehicle, and reference checks and initial drug screening.

Apply Now

Location: Seattle, WA
Listing Date: December 1, 2017
Position: Field Clinical Application Specialist
Job Type: Full-Time
Education: Bachelor's Degree or Equivalent Education/Experience
Direct Report: Director of Sales Utilization. Western US

Responsibilities:

  • Work with the Regional Sales Utilization Manager (‘RSUM”) to serve as a secondary point of contact for all customers regarding the Company’s products, systems, and services in a designated geography.
  • Provide technical guidance and assistance to physicians and medical staff by evaluating options, and problem solving during medical procedures, using Company products and services in a designated geography.
  • Work with physicians, physician groups, physician liaisons, department managers, and other administrators to support the Company’s products, systems, and services by providing requested guidance, case coverage, virtual support, and telephone support.
  • Collaborate with RSUMs and Regional Capital Sales Managers regarding system placements, installations, evaluations, demos, and training.
  • Develop a thorough understanding of Company’s product portfolio and how those products affect patient care, via successful completion of Veran’s sales training program.
  • Understand and manage all enabling technologies, including but not limited to Veran’s Thoracic Navigation System, Veran’s Planning Station, Veran’s IR Platform, and the Veran CRM.
  • Work with Marketing department staff to ensure the distribution and communication of brochures, presentations, and other field marketing materials to potential and existing customers.
  • Work with current accounts to maintain disposable product inventory levels while providing accurate forecasts to RSUMs and Sales Directors.
  • Provide current and accurate ordering information to accounts, including pricing, product descriptions, shipment dates, etc.
  • Promote awareness of Company products, systems and services through physician events, medical trade shows, in-house department referrals, etc.
  • Assist hospital with establishing or improving Lung Cancer Screening Programs.

 

Qualifications:

  • Willing to travel, self-motivated, excellent communication skills (verbal, written, etc.), persuasive, adaptable, ability to multitask, comfortable in a clinical setting.
  • Bachelor’s Degree preferred.
  • 1-2 years of sales experience preferred.
  • Medical device experience preferred.
  • Approximately 75% travel required.

The Field Clinical Application Specialist will work with the Sales Utilization team to provide customer support for case coverage, troubleshooting, and technical matters pertaining to Veran’s SPiN Thoracic Navigation System™ (“System”) in a designate geography. The Field Clinical Application Specialist is responsible for acquiring full knowledge of the operation, potential capabilities, and value propositions for the System and related Company products. Additionally, this individual will help the sales organization to achieve the overall sales quota for disposable products, while driving system utilization at facilities in their geography.

NOTE: Candidates who are offered a position shall be subject to criminal background, motor vehicle, and reference checks and initial drug screening.

Apply Now

Location: Dallas, TX
Listing Date: December 1, 2017
Position: Field Clinical Application Specialist
Job Type: Full-Time
Education: Bachelor's Degree or Equivalent Education/Experience
Direct Report: Director of Sales Utilization, Western US

Responsibilities:

  • Work with the Regional Sales Utilization Manager (‘RSUM”) to serve as a secondary point of contact for all customers regarding the Company’s products, systems, and services in a designated geography.
  • Provide technical guidance and assistance to physicians and medical staff by evaluating options, and problem solving during medical procedures, using Company products and services in a designated geography.
  • Work with physicians, physician groups, physician liaisons, department managers, and other administrators to support the Company’s products, systems, and services by providing requested guidance, case coverage, virtual support, and telephone support.
  • Collaborate with RSUMs and Regional Capital Sales Managers regarding system placements, installations, evaluations, demos, and training.
  • Develop a thorough understanding of Company’s product portfolio and how those products affect patient care, via successful completion of Veran’s sales training program.
  • Understand and manage all enabling technologies, including but not limited to Veran’s Thoracic Navigation System, Veran’s Planning Station, Veran’s IR Platform, and the Veran CRM.
  • Work with Marketing department staff to ensure the distribution and communication of brochures, presentations, and other field marketing materials to potential and existing customers.
  • Work with current accounts to maintain disposable product inventory levels while providing accurate forecasts to RSUMs and Sales Directors.
  • Provide current and accurate ordering information to accounts, including pricing, product descriptions, shipment dates, etc.
  • Promote awareness of Company products, systems and services through physician events, medical trade shows, in-house department referrals, etc.
  • Assist hospital with establishing or improving Lung Cancer Screening Programs.

 

Qualifications:

  • Willing to travel, self-motivated, excellent communication skills (verbal, written, etc.), persuasive, adaptable, ability to multitask, comfortable in a clinical setting.
  • Bachelor’s Degree preferred.
  • 1-2 years of sales experience preferred.
  • Medical device experience preferred.
  • Approximately 75% travel required.

The Field Clinical Application Specialist will work with the Sales Utilization team to provide customer support for case coverage, troubleshooting, and technical matters pertaining to Veran’s SPiN Thoracic Navigation System™ (“System”) in a designate geography. The Field Clinical Application Specialist is responsible for acquiring full knowledge of the operation, potential capabilities, and value propositions for the System and related Company products. Additionally, this individual will help the sales organization to achieve the overall sales quota for disposable products, while driving system utilization at facilities in their geography.

NOTE: Candidates who are offered a position shall be subject to criminal background, motor vehicle, and reference checks and initial drug screening.

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Location: Kansas City, MO
Listing Date: December 6, 2017
Position: Field Clinical Application Specialist
Job Type: Full-Time
Education: Bachelor's Degree or Equivalent Education/Experience
Direct Report: Director of Sales Utilization, Western US

Responsibilities:

  • Work with the Regional Sales Utilization Manager (‘RSUM”) to serve as a secondary point of contact for all customers regarding the Company’s products, systems, and services in a designated geography.
  • Provide technical guidance and assistance to physicians and medical staff by evaluating options, and problem solving during medical procedures, using Company products and services in a designated geography.
  • Work with physicians, physician groups, physician liaisons, department managers, and other administrators to support the Company’s products, systems, and services by providing requested guidance, case coverage, virtual support, and telephone support.
  • Collaborate with RSUMs and Regional Capital Sales Managers regarding system placements, installations, evaluations, demos, and training.
  • Develop a thorough understanding of Company’s product portfolio and how those products affect patient care, via successful completion of Veran’s sales training program.
  • Understand and manage all enabling technologies, including but not limited to Veran’s Thoracic Navigation System, Veran’s Planning Station, Veran’s IR Platform, and the Veran CRM.
  • Work with Marketing department staff to ensure the distribution and communication of brochures, presentations, and other field marketing materials to potential and existing customers.
  • Work with current accounts to maintain disposable product inventory levels while providing accurate forecasts to RSUMs and Sales Directors.
  • Provide current and accurate ordering information to accounts, including pricing, product descriptions, shipment dates, etc.
  • Promote awareness of Company products, systems and services through physician events, medical trade shows, in-house department referrals, etc.
  • Assist hospital with establishing or improving Lung Cancer Screening Programs.

Qualifications:

  • Willing to travel, self-motivated, excellent communication skills (verbal, written, etc.), persuasive, adaptable, ability to multitask, comfortable in a clinical setting.
  • Bachelor’s Degree preferred.
  • 1-2 years of sales experience preferred.
  • Medical device experience preferred.
  • Approximately 75% travel required.

It is the policy of Veran to provide equal employment opportunity (EEO) to all persons regardless of age, color, national origin, citizenship status, physical or mental disability, race, religion, creed, gender, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity and/or expression, genetic information, marital status, status with regard to public assistance, veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by federal, state, or local law. In addition, Veran will provide reasonable accommodations for qualified individuals with disabilities.

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