General Manager, Sales - New England

Stryker - New Hampshire3.9

Full-timeEstimated: $82,000 - $110,000 a year
Orthopaedic Sales General Manager

Who We Want

Analytical thinkers . Committed business experts who analyze market information and create follow-up plans to support sales and optimize market share.
Sophisticated communicators. Motivating, growth-oriented professionals who translate sales data into actionable steps to support teams and business units.
Collaborative leaders. Engaging partners who work with other sales channels and branch leaders to ensure successful contract development and compliance.
Relationship-builders. Charismatic managers who create genuine, trusting relationships with surgeons, internal team members and potential new customers.
Competitive achievers. Relentless, results-oriented individuals who will stop at nothing to fulfill Stryker’s mission to make healthcare better together.
What You Will Do

Oversee sales. Lead operations. Develop teams. As an Orthopaedic Sales General Manager at Stryker, your performance-oriented, collaborative, leadership style empowers the growth of orthopedic sales revenue.

In this high-powered management position, you’ll wear many hats ranging from operations leader to people developer. Creating strategies and executing plans to meet customer demands, you’ll develop sales targets, negotiate contracts and manage branch budgets. Motivated by the need to be the best in your market and knowing that your market’s success is dependent on your sales representatives’ achievements, you are meticulous in selecting, developing and engaging your sales and operations teams. Fortunately, building trusting networks comes easily to you, and your relationships with key surgeons and internal coworkers is a result of your ability to genuinely invest your time and energy with a wide variety of people.

If you’re passionate about motivating teams and overseeing sales for products designed to make healthcare better, we want you on our team. Join Stryker, and help us fulfill our mission of improving healthcare together.

What You Need

Bachelors’ degree, or equivalent experience required; advance degree in business preferred
5+ years of field sales experience in the orthopaedic or medical device industries; experience in operations management highly desirable
2+ years of sales management experience
Profit & Loss experience highly desirable
Applied knowledge of Microsoft Office software (i.e. Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook)
Demonstrated ability to plan and execute a variety of strategies to meet targets (i.e. sales, training and development, process improvement, change management)
Demonstrated ability to communicate and influence at all levels, from line-employees to executive clients
What We Offer

A culture driven to achieve our mission and deliver remarkable results
Coworkers committed to collaboration and winning the right way
Quality products that improve the lives of our customers and patients
Ability to discover your strengths, follow your passion and own your own career
Work From Home: No
Travel Percentage: 20%
Stryker Corporation is an equal opportunity employer. Qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, ethnicity, color, religion, sex, gender identity, sexual orientation, national origin, disability, or protected veteran status. Stryker is an EO employer – M/F/Veteran/Disability.
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