Abbott is a global healthcare company devoted to improving life through the development of products and technologies that span the breadth of healthcare.
With a portfolio of leading, science-based offerings in diagnostics, medical devices, nutritionals and branded generic pharmaceuticals, Abbott serves people in more than 150 countries and employs approximately 94,000 people.
The Abbott Diagnostics Division, ADDâs, Hematology OrganizationÂ is part of the European Sales organization, a result of our dynamic customer environment.
Today, there are fewer, larger, and more complex customers than ever before. The Hematology Organization provides dedicated hematology sales support to the regions.
For the Benelux, based in Hoofddorp or Wavre, we are looking for aÂ Hematology Sales Specialist.
PURPOSE OF THE JOB :
for generating new and maintaining existing business by driving and supportingÂ the sales process and teams Â with specific hematology / sales know-how and intelligence while preserving and possibly improving the hematology line of business margin in their region.
Â Focused on selling a revolutionary Hematology Product Management system ( hemocytometrie ) that enables laboratories to achieve better results at higher quality standards in a more efficient manner.
Keywords : high end technology, medical innovative solutions.
Â The primary responsibility of the Hematology Sales Specialist :
EDUCATION & COMPETENCIES :
verbal and written.Minimum of 3-5 years track record in the diagnostic industry with an emphasis on Hematology SalesExcellent communication skills in English.
Proven track record in a similar position supported by management and customer referencesGood hematology product and industry knowledgeSome knowledge of the Coagulation market is preferableStrong commercial experience, commercially drivenStrong solution selling and relationship building skillsAbility to identify and drive resolution of issuesLong-term, strategic focus on accountThe position requires the willingness to travel on a frequent basis, i.
e. on average three days per week.