New Graduate Medical Sales - East of England
Chase People

New Graduate Medical Sales - East of England

Chase People
  • Full time Position
  • Cambridge (United Kingdom)
  • Published on August 30 2021
Job description

CHASE graduate academy are keen to hear from graduates interested in starting a career in medical sales. You will learn how to engage with healthcare professionals to increase the sales of your company's life-enhancing therapies, across the East of England region.

This is an excellent and exciting opportunity for graduates to join a highly experienced and supportive team. You will gain world-class specialist training in a dynamic industry and enjoy the benefits and rewards of working with world leading pharmaceutical and healthcare companies.

As part of the CHASE graduate academy, you will be shown and learn quickly how your role is paramount to your regional sales team's overall success; from demonstrating your selling and influencing skills you learnt along the way with your customers, to the effective working relationships that you develop with your colleagues.

Our academy follows a mentoring programme that teams graduates up with CHASE Project Managers, who are experienced in the industry, and will help guide you through your transition from a graduate to a professional. We offer unparalleled exposure, training and support with excellent graduate pay and benefits to all CHASE graduate academy employees.

Our graduate academy offers:

  • CV support
  • Assessment support and techniques
  • Interview questions and preparation
  • Research and industry insight
  • Healthcare and pharmaceutical knowledge
  • Training and mentoring
  • Networking and team work
  • Transferable skills
  • Excellent pay and job packages


What we are looking for

We're keen to speak to driven, ambitious, and passionate people. You do not need to come from a medical or science background and you do not need any prior experience to apply.

  • Full UK driving licence
  • Right to work in the UK
  • Exceptional communication skills - written and verbal
  • Evidence of achievement outside your academic career


Qualifications

Ideally a 2:1 degree - any degree discipline will be considered although a general interest in science/medicine is important.