Applications Specialist - Surgical Navigation - South West

Job Type Permanent Full Time
Location South West & West Midlands
Area South West, UK & IrelandWest Midlands, UK & IrelandWales – South , UK & Ireland
Sector HealthcareHealthcare - EngineeringHealthcare - Clinical Support
Salary £25,000 - £35,000 + bonus, car, benefits
Start Date ASAP
Advertiser Healthcare Team
Telephone 01323 44 54 64
Job Ref AM550.014
Description

As an Applications Specialist for this global Surgical Navigation company you'll install, service and train clinicians on complex medical equipment in hospital operating theatres across the South West UK. This is a rare opening with a world leading medical technology company.
 

  • Working closely with Sales Team colleagues and managing your diary effectively to visit various customer sites to present, demonstrate and promote the systems, manage clinical trials, and provide a high standard of technical support.
  • Provide technical support to hospital operating theatre staff by setting-up Surgical Navigation (also known as Image Guided Surgery) systems and building loyal relationships with clinicians while training them on the systems in a live patient clinical setting.
  • In addition, you will be trained to upgrade, service, diagnose faults and perform basic repair work on the modular Surgical Navigation equipment.
  • Attend trade shows / exhibitions to demonstrate and promote the product solutions.


The large South West region covers from Cornwall to Birmingham however candidates will ideally be based centrally i.e. a commutable distance from Bristol, Bath, Cheltenham, Gloucester, Oxford, Swindon, Taunton, Weston-Super-Mare or similar.


COMPANY
Worldwide market leader in surgical navigation solutions for Neurosurgery, Orthopaedics, ENT and Spine to deliver less invasive, more efficient, more cost-effective patient treatment. This exciting company provides superb ongoing training and support, and produce ground-breaking, disruptive technology year after year. Think of them as the Google or Apple of the medical devices world.


REQUIREMENTS

  • Degree educated in Electrical / Electronic Engineering, Biomedical Science, Computer Science or similar, you already have experience of working with electro-mechanical medical equipment and understand the functionality of PC hardware, software and networking.
  • Previous experience as an Applications Specialist, Technical Support, Service Engineer or Clinical Engineer in a clinical hospital environment would be an advantage.
  • Proven to manage technical projects, troubleshoot and determine root cause issues.
  • Articulate and confident with experience of a demanding customer environment.
  • Well presented, professional, self-motivated, detail orientated and career focused.


PACKAGE

  • Salary of £25-35,000 depending on experience, plus bonus, company car or cash allowance, pension, 25+8 days holiday, daily food allowance, home broadband, plus more.
  • Personal development plans with excellent, regular product and skills training.


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