Senior Territory Business Manager - Neurology, Durham, NC
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Position: Senior Territory Business Manager - Neurology
Location: Durham, NC
The Senior Neurology Territory Business Manager is responsible for achieving all territory sales goals through the promotion, sale and support of company products or services in his/her geographic territory.
Responsibilities will include, but are not limited to, the following:
Direct one-to-one communication ( in a blended setting of virtual engagements and in-person contact) with physicians and health care professionals in support of approved product indications.
Contacting medical professionals and explaining features and benefits of products offered.
Work with full office staff to provide suite of services to support patients
Develop a territory business plan to capture greatest uptake of promoted products
Work with a matrix team to support full services offered to HCPs and patients
Planning and organizing peer programs in territory.
Communicating competitive market intelligence to brand teams and management.
Timely and accurate completion of all administrative expectations.
Responsible for complying with all federal (PDMA/OIG), state regulations and BMS Policies relative to prescription drug sampling.
Follows all sampling procedures as detailed within BMS Sample Compliance Policies and Procedures Manual
Attend trade conferences and society meetings
Minimum of 2 years pharmaceutical sales experience preferred
Experience calling on Neurologists highly preferred
Experience selling in the MS market desirable
Proven track record that demonstrates top sales accomplishments.
Ability to develop relationships with physicians, nurses and ancillary staff within academic hospitals, clinics, and private practice facilities.
Demonstrated knowledge of healthcare system processes including reimbursement preferred
Possesses a strong work ethic, ability to develop priorities, and manage time appropriately.
Works with all members of a team effectively.
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Physical presence at the BMS worksite or physical presence in the field is a necessary job function of this role, which the Company deems critical to collaboration, innovation, productivity, employee well-being and engagement, and it enhances the Company culture.
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