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Per Diem Clinical Specialist

The Per Diem Clinical Specialist is an integral member of our national sales and marketing team working to support the clinical education needs to be required to establish quantitative pupillometry and the NPi-200 Pupillometer System as the standard of care in pupil assessment for critically ill patients.

 

The ideal Clinical Specialist is a high-impact, self-motivated and results-oriented registered nurse who desires to expand his/her professional endeavors by working for NeurOptics on a per diem basis. The Clinical Specialist focuses on educating clinical staff on the clinical utility of pupillometry and operation of the pupillometer in targeted Level 1 and Level 2 trauma centers and stroke centers across their territory. The Clinical Specialist will be deployed to specific hospital assignments by NeurOptics with the goal of providing account-specific clinical education in hospitals new to pupillometry and/ or supplementary education in current accounts, providing support to clinicians utilizing our device and continuing to map accounts.

Travel

The Clinical Specialist can work in a defined local geographic area requiring travel by car or, if able, the Clinical Specialist may take on assignments requiring air travel across a larger area. Often, the Clinical Specialist will work two or three successive days completing a staff education assignment with one to two overnights. All travel expenses will be reimbursed per the NeurOptics Travel Policy.

Clinical Specialist Candidate Criteria

The Candidate for the Clinical Specialist position must be a self-starter who is highly motivated to excel. Below are the criteria required for consideration:

 

Certification

  • State board licensure as a Registered Nurse (RN) is required.
  • Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) degree is preferred.
  • Certification as a Critical Care Registered Nurse (CCRN) or Certified Neuroscience Registered Nurse (CNRN) is preferred.

 

Experience

  • 2-4 years of in-hospital critical care nursing experience is required with specialization in neurocritical care preferred.
  • Clinical experience utilizing NeurOptics pupillometry products is ideal and preferred.
  • A track record of staff education experience (i.e.: Super User, Product Lead, educational inservicing etc.) is preferred.

 

Communication / Computer Skills

  • Superior written and verbal communication skills are required.
  • Demonstrate a very strong level of presentation skills in a medium-to-large group setting.
  • Proficient in Mac OS or WIN and MS Office (Excel, Powerpoint, Word, Outlook).
  • Excellent organizational and time management skills.

 

Availability

  • Requires per diem overnight travel with early morning and evening customer presentations.
  • Ability to travel within a 4-hour drive from home. Willingness to travel out-of-state is preferred.
  • Available and willing to commit to work as a NeurOptics Clinical Specialist a minimum of 2 sequential days per month in the field.

 

Equipment

  • Must have a laptop available to use during travel.
  • Must have a smartphone.
  • Must have a valid driver’s license.

 

Excellent Professional References

 

Please submit a resume and cover letter to: Careers@NeurOptics.com

Associate Territory Manager– Mid-Atlantic

Associate Territory Manager- Mid-Atlantic Territory

This position will be ideally located in Alexandria, VA or Baltimore, MD.

 

High Impact New College Graduates May Apply!

In this ENTRY LEVEL high-profile role, the Associate Territory Manager (ATM) will be a proactive member of a dynamic sales and marketing team introducing a new and advanced technology and standard of care in critical care patient management. The ideal candidate will be a high-impact, self-motivated and results-oriented individual desiring to establish a career in the medical device industry. In this entry-level position, the ATM will plan and execute product training and clinician education programs to facilitate new technology installations in targeted Level 1 and Level 2 trauma centers and stroke centers across their territory which includes: VA, MD, DE, Central and Eastern PA.

 

The ATM will focus on creating new account sales opportunities, as well as expanding existing business in current accounts and increasing product utilization working with medical and nursing leadership in acute care facilities. The ATM’s sales and account management expertise and success will be rewarded with opportunities for career growth and advancement in a growing company that is committed to making a difference in helping clinicians provide improved neurological patient outcomes.

Training and Development

A core value of NeurOptics is training and ongoing professional development. We invest in professional education to ensure all of our territory representatives are highly trained professionals who are completely prepared to meaningfully represent our products and services to our customers across the spectrum of clinical areas and medical specialties where the neurological patient is treated.

 

Upon hire, the ATM will enter a comprehensive training program which combines training in the areas of sales process skills, product knowledge and clinical applications, large-group presentation skills, and territory management skills training. Ongoing professional development will continue throughout the career of the NeurOptics representative.

 

Responsibilities:

Sales Quota Achievement

  • Responsible for executing and driving the entire sales process cycle to include lead follow-up, account qualification, account department/key decision maker mapping, customer relationship development, account installation and adaptation, and follow-up.
  • Responsible for driving direct sales in territory to result in overachieving territory sales quotas in the account categories of: a) new accounts; b) expansion of business in existing accounts.
  • Responsible for all follow-up and qualification of territory account leads as outlined in the NeurOptics Critical Care Product Sales Process.
  • Collaborates with their management to develop territory-specific sales targeting and account strategy plans for: a) new accounts; b) expansion of business in existing accounts.
  • Plans, organizes and conducts comprehensive product training and inservice programs for clinical staff facilitating technology integration in Level 1 and Level 2 trauma center and stroke center new account targets.
  • Trains clinical staff in the medical specialty areas of: critical care unit nursing, neurocritical care, neurosurgery, stroke neurology, trauma and emergency medicine.
  • Reinforces and supports integration of unit and hospital protocols, establishing pupillometry as the standard of care in new accounts.
  • Works with account biomedical and unit management staff to seamlessly integrate the NPi Product Line into the hospital Electronic Medical Record (EMR) system.
  • Reinforces and supports integration of unit and hospital protocols, establishing clinical adaptation of pupillometry as the standard of care in existing accounts.

 

Benefits

A first-year compensation opportunity of salary and bonus totaling $60-75K, and offers an additional overachievement earning potential with a monthly car allowance and travel expenses. Eligibility for participation in the Company Stock Option Program following 12 months of continuous employment. NeurOptics is very proud to offer its employees a competitive employee benefits package which includes a 401K, healthcare insurance program and paid vacation.

 

Primary Qualifications

  • Bachelors degree in Business, Communications, or a science degree with an emphasis in Neuroscience.
  • A track record of proven success in previous work experience is necessary.
  • Superior written and verbal communication skills is required.
  • Demonstrate an exceptional ability to lead group presentations.
  • Excellent organizational and time management skills.
  • A self-starter who is highly motivated to excel.
  • Requires approximately 50-75% overnight travel with many early morning and evening customer presentations.
  • Must have a valid driver’s license.

 

We are an equal opportunity employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status or any other characteristic protected by law.

 

Please submit a resume and cover letter to: Careers@NeurOptics.com