Leading Medical Devices manufacturer is currently recruiting for a Training Manager based in their Swindon Head Office
My client is a leading medical devices company that specialize in the manufacture and promotion of a range of medical disposables for a variety of treatments.
They have a vacancy which has arisen within their Training Department for a Training Manager to work based from their Swindon Head Office.
You will be responsible for training new starters to ensure that they are suitably able to add value and make a positive contribution to sales from the outset of their time in the role.
Working as part of a team of 6 reporting into the Head of Training UK and International you will work closely with the Regional Managers and Business Development Managers and have responsibility for sales coaching, influencing the sales style and approach, identifying and improving on areas of development within individuals and for monitoring the effectiveness of any given training on sales results. You will also implement and lead initial training courses and regular training workshops.
In order to apply for this role you should have a proven track record within medical equipment sales and have some experience of training in a sales environment. You should be able to demonstrate the ability to research and write training materials and have excellent communication skills both written and verbal. You must be able to motivate, inspire and develop individuals and groups of people and be passionate about your work.
In return for your efforts my client is offering a basic salary of up to £40,000 depending on experience along with a full benefits package.
Candidates must hold a full UK Driving Licence and reside within a commutable distance of their Swindon Head Office.
For further information on this vacancy please contact Danny Dorward in the Manchester Office on 0845 883 0000 or email DDorward@ihs-ssc.com
If you have not heard back within 7 days of applying for the position please assume that on this occasion your application has unfortunately been unsuccessful