Field Marketer / Outside Sales Part-time
Arizona Pain Specialists - Raleigh, NC

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Job Title: Field Marketer

Job Summary
This sales person will spend all of their time in the field making sales calls on potential referring physician offices. They will manage their territory, grow a pipeline of business and cultivate accounts from cold calls through to highly referring accounts. They must be a self-starter with two+ years of sales experience who is self motivated while being an enthusiastic team player with an understanding of managing and growing a sales territory. Excellence in trouble-shooting and problem solving are a must.

Job Description:

- Makes field sales visits
- Manages territory using best practices to route effectively for best time management
- Comfortable with presenting to medical staff and physicians
- Understands how to manage accounts from cold call through active, consistent referring status.
- Comfortable with trouble shooting and resolving client issues/concerns
- Outgoing and able to handle sales rejection gracefully
- Able to learn medical terminology, diagnoses and treatments
- A detailed understanding of the importance of customer service in managing internal and external customer relationships
- Excellent oral and written communication skills
- Excellent presentation and technical skills
- Strategic thinker that executes tactically
- A team player, yet self starter with the ability to work with minimal direct supervision while in the field.
- New Business Development; prospecting and retention.
Minimum Qualifications
- An individual with 2+ years of sales experience (medical preferred, but not necessary)
- Bachelor Degree in business or marketing
- 2 + years of sales experience
- Compile and analyze sales data.
- Possess the ability to interact with referring offices in professional manner.


About this company
At Arizona Pain Specialists, we are passionate about treating those who suffer from pain. We empathize with chronic pain’s burden on...