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Outside Sales of Medical and Aesthetic Devices
Owner, ID Aesthetics (Current Employee), Northern CaliforniaOctober 27, 2013
Pros: aligning with vibrant thinkers and cutting edge professionals and facilities.
Cons: many long day's sitting in traffic in the silicone valley and san francisco bay area
I have recently relocated to Santa Rosa, where the demand for Aesthetic devices and Skin Care Products is 70 % less than in the Bay Area where I functioned with an extensive network of professionals. I love my work and wish to combine my many years in the field working on a team within a structured corporate environment. I was able to become a leader – more... in my field and territory while generating huge capital for my clients. – less
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Challenging dynamic sales environment
Director of Marketing / Sales (Current Employee), Maricopa, AZSeptember 23, 2013
Pros: extensive travel, improving clients quality of life
Cons: no room for advancement or diverse revenue streams
A typical day at work consists of marketing research, planning events, contract negotiation, travel, inventory maintenance, direct sales, customer education and post sales service and all financial reconciliation.

I've learned to be very flexible and diplomatic, to overcome obstacles, prioritize objectives and develop excellent time management skills.

The – more... management style at this company is completely hands off, my co-workers are amazing and form a cohesive team.

The hardest part of this job is the constant traveling. The most enjoyable part of this job is the immediate gratification of improving clients lives. – less
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Service & Sales Management
Sales Account Manager, Midwest Voice of Help (Former Employee), Urbandale, IowaDecember 12, 2012
Pros: relationship building, sales of medical equipment, customer service
Cons: inability to not please everyone
A Typical day was spent seeing customers and attending to their needs. I enjoyed working with management, and co-workers alike they provided professionalism to all customers and made it possible to work in a conducive working environment. The hardest part of the job was not being able to please all customers but working to ensure most of them were happy. – more... I enjoyed working with co-workers and customers that needed my product and really enjoyed the time we spent building relationships. – less
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not desireable
Senior Inspector (Current Employee), San JoseMay 3, 2012
Pros: you can go home after work
Cons: you have to go into work
elastic conformance
Stressful demands
Learned to duck and cover
profit driven management
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A chance to learn
Assembler (Former Employee), Anasco, P.R.March 12, 2012
Very wide chances for getting a job. Offers detail. It gives empleyees a chance to be active in the medical assembling. The product assembled is to be used in saving lives and the manufacture most be 100% safe, which gives the employee a high resposability.
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Great
Biomedical Engineering Analyst (Current Employee), Newark, NJAugust 22, 2013
Pros: good
Cons: good
• About 6 years of progressive experience as a Business Analyst & Quality Analyst, Verification & Validation Engineer focused on large time boxed projects with strong domain knowledge and experience in Bio medical, Engineering, Medical Devices and Biotechnology Industries.
• Technical experience includes preparing hardware/software test plans, technical – more... standards, software test requirements, system and subsystem design documentation and requirements gathering, developing risk assessment summaries, designing and maintaining databases, and preparing technical proposals and master schedules.
• Served as a Business Analyst initiating interdepartmental meetings to yield effective communication, provided staff supervision and performance reviews, provided senior peer review for technical documentation, as well as interfacing successfully with all levels of management.
• Strong domains are Bio Instrumentation, Medical Device development, Diagnostics and therapeutic equipments, Bio materials, Human Anatomy & Physiology. – less