General Electric Lead-Clinical Applications in Topeka, Kansas
GE Healthcare Cardiovascular Ultrasound is a world leader in the development and production of ultrasound systems for medical applications, and is a Center of Excellence in GE Healthcare. The company was founded in 1985 and now has a total of 300 employees, with headquarters in Norway, and 50 engineers in China.
The Global product marketing team is based worldwide. They own the product line, and drive cooperation across functions, regions and partners to deliver customer outcomes and profitable business growth.
The engineering teams have close collaboration with medical and technological research institutions in Norway and abroad, and more than 60 PhD’s have been published in Norway based on equipment produced by the Cardiovascular Ultrasound team in Norway.
GE offers a great work environment, professional development, challenging careers, and competitive compensation. GE is an Equal Opportunity Employer at http://www.ge.com/sites/default/files/15-000845%20EEO%20combined.pdf . Employment decisions are made without regard to race, color, religion, national or ethnic origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, age, disability, protected veteran status or other characteristics protected by law.
To collaborate on projects with our customers and/or develop downstream applications.
Develop and sustain Reference Sites/ Luminaries'collaborations.
Provide application support to sales teams and coordinate Advanced Application team to report (clinical) studies and create selling tools.
Interface between makecenter, commercial marketing and advanced applications to integrate product roadmap requirements.
Develop Device company relationships and drive testing of new devices
Drive the IV business with KOL development and Awareness of product features and needs. Identify gaps and direction in this dynamic market.
Develop commercial applications in specific customer collaboration projects
Develop (clinical) competition intelligence to support the field with counter arguments and selling advantages
Plan, conduct and report customer related application projects
Communicate customer feedback to central and upstream teams for pilots and NPIs, transfer (clinical) expertise into product roadmap definition
Establish and maintain close contacts and collaboration with external researchers (directly and through sales organization) to build a network of high profile customers by developing advanced applications with them and create or sustain Reference sites
Organize and participate in Medical Advisory Board meetings to build application roadmap and provide input to upstream Marketing
Report data at scientific congresses, customer seminars and internal training events
Develop, maintain, improve & implement working routines/standards for experimental procedures, reporting of consultancy projects, contracts with customers
Identify any opportunities to use the results of process development projects in sales situations or marketing material. Facilitate and support the transfer of this information into the corresponding marketing and product management teams
Ensure high quality training is delivered to the right customer during awareness phase. Demonstrate features and benefits to high level KOL, not replace regional application role
Highly qualified in clinical applications
At least 7 yrs experience in medical industry, sales experience optional
Customer contact experience
Experience in communicating scientific data (talks, posters, papers)
Familiar with the relevant GE Healthcare product range
Good in communication and at presentation skills
Teaching ability: present complex material/ techniques in comprehensible terms, present a professional image
Advanced influencing skills
Fluency in English (spoken and written) and ideally another major European language
Creative, flexible and well-organized
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