Established in 2010, Paragon 28 has become the fastest growing company in the fastest growing sector of orthopedics, foot & ankle. Paragon 28 is passionate about addressing the unmet needs of the foot & ankle surgeon by designing best-in-class, innovative & “game-changing” solutions. Learn more at: www.paragon28.com.
Summary of Responsibilities:
An Medical Sales Representative (1099) is responsible for the training, sales and related support services of Paragon 28 products within the territory.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
- Builds and maintains customer relationships, while able to cover orthopedic procedures with clinical proficiency and business acumen.
- Educates customers on P28 products.
- Enter new customer data and other sales data for current customer into P28’s delegated systems.
- Facilitates on-time delivery of products to customers.
- Educates and informs sales representatives, doctors, nurses, and appropriate staff personnel as to the proper use and maintenance of P28 products
- Responsible for territory case coverage.
- Managing and maintaining a sample inventory of products
- Solves product problems for customers in an expeditious fashion
- Travels to and attends trade shows, conventions, and/or clinical meetings.
- Plans, coordinates and executes local educational and sales events, with the support of internal resources, intended to augment the business.
- Coordinates customer training.
- Aggressively solicit orders from present and prospective customers for the products assigned.
- Strictly adheres to all laws and Paragon 28 policies regarding the interaction with Health Care Professionals, product handling and complaints, expense reporting, sales activities and training.
- Keeps respective Regional Sales Manager informed of territory progress on a regular basis.
- Directs product evaluations in OR and office settings.
- Responsible for successful completion of sales training.
- Other duties may be assigned.
Required Skills and Abilities:
- Strong sales and communication skills
- Strong work ethic
- Strong knowledge and/or ability to learn and understand orthopedic concepts
- Bachelor’s degree preferred
- Willing and capable of carrying weights up to 50 pounds, independently.
- Work weekends, evenings, and holidays as surgeries require on an emergency basis.
- Must have a valid driver’s license and active vehicle insurance policy.
- Ability to wear a 7-9 pounds of protective lead apron for extended periods of time in the operating room
- Sitting, standing and/or walking for up to eight plus hours per day
- Frequent bending/stooping, squatting and balance
- Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, distance vision, depth perception, and ability to adjust focus in relation to travel and operating a personal computer.
Job Type: Commission
- Sales: 1 year (Preferred)