Shire Account Lead - Neurology - Pais Vasco in Remote, Spain
We are currently recruiting for an accomplished Account Lead to take an immediate assignment to cover our Neurology business in Pais Vasco, Spain.
Candidates for this role will be expected to reside in Bilbao and be able to cover the following territory: Vizcaya, Álava, Guipúzcoa and Asturias
Main purpose of the role:
To promote products assigned to the business unit team as defined by the Company to clinical and non-clinical staff in allocated units within territory boundaries.
To maximise the business benefit, through the local implementation of Shire marketing strategy.
Prepares account plans to meet all objectives within allocated budget and activity
Demonstrate understanding of your country’s and region’s healthcare system and how it impacts on your territory business.
Demonstrate full understanding of product strategies, key competitors, marketing plan and communication objectives.
Develop long term business relationships through regular contact with relevant Clinicians, non-clinical managers and other staff to maximise business opportunities in both the secondary sector and relevant tiers of the primary care sector.
Utilises all available resources, including technology, to analyse and manage territory business.
Monitor own objectives v. target, activity v. target and spend v. budget and give feedback to Regional Sales Manager at agreed intervals.
Develop KOLs and product champions, maintain a list of speakers and co-ordinate speaker meetings and symposia through close liaison with SM and colleagues
Utilise appropriate IT based control systems to plan and monitor business activities.
Feeds back local competitor and market intelligence.
Achieve an acceptable level of understanding of all relevant training/marketing materials.
Ensure personal conduct in consistent with the Shire Vision and Values.
Communicates and exchanges information between all regional team members and marketing teams to ensure maximum awareness and share best practice
Carry out other related tasks as requested by the Regional sales manager
Adheres and comply to Shire Local and Global guidelines and national health regulations.
Education & Experience Requirements:
Degree or nursing qualification or relevant qualification required by local regulations
Essential - demonstrated significant, individual pharmaceutical product promotion success, proven track record of experience in a hospital environment.
Intermediate IT skills
Key Skills and Competencies
Commercial Awareness & Understanding
Business Analysis & Planning
Selling: Implementation & Achieving Results
Developing Yourself now and for the Future
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