Surgical Sales Representative

Company Name:
Pearce & Associates
Market leading surgical implant company has an opening for a sales representative to cover the Annapolis area. This is an excellent territory that has a strong history of meeting and exceeding sales plans for a company that has an innovative surgical implant product line. There is a strong base of business that has already been established in the territory that will support a new representative who should be able to continue the growth of the territory significantly over the coming years. Excellent product portfolio that is market leading technology that provides surgeons with the capability to create better surgical outcomes for their patients through strong product offerings. The company offers uncapped income potential and a strong opportunity for long term growth as well.
Preference will be given to current medical device sales candidates who have 3-5 years of sales experience with a strong track record of success. The hiring manager will also consider other sales experience of 3-5+ years for this opportunity as well. This company has hired candidates from medical, pharmaceutical and business to business companies in the past with great success. The key ingredient to being a strong and well qualified candidate for this company is possessing a DOCUMENTED TRACK RECORD of sales success with regional / national rankings showing consistently strong sales results related to meeting and exceeding sales quotas on a long term basis. The sales manager wants to hire someone who possesses a true hunter mentality that wants to make as much money as their sales skills will allow and someone who wants to grow on a long term basis and establish himself or herself as a leader within the company by consistently meeting and exceeding sales expectations. If you do consistently grow the territory you will be consistently earning $150K+ second year forward.

Company Car, Full benefit package including full expenses.

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