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Sr Account Specialist, Spasticity and Movement Disorders - Buffalo, NY
Buffalo, New YorkReq ID 2205219Category SalesDivision AbbVie
Job Title: Account Specialist, Spasticity and Movement Disorders
Division/Functional Area: U.S. Neurosciences & Urology
Reports to: Manager, District
Department: Neurosciences & Urology Sales
Location: Buffalo, NY
The Account Specialist for Spasticity and Movement Disorders promotes BOTOX® to community practices and health systems, with a focus on the focal spasticity and cervical dystonia indications and partners with the Account Specialist for Chronic Migraine counterparts for the promotion of the Chronic Migraine indication. Customer accounts may include community/private practices, community-based hospitals, academic medical centers, military treatment facilities, and Veteran’s Affairs Medical Centers. The Account Specialist for Spasticity and Movement Disorders develops and maintains relationships within various departments and specialties such as neurology, physical medicine and rehabilitation, pain medicine, and pharmacy.
KEY DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
% OF TIME OR IMPORTANCE
Promote BOTOX® to meet/exceed sales goals in community/private practices as well as hospitals/health systems. Identify/uncover customer needs (training, clinical, operational, reimbursement) and address with appropriate Allergan resources.
Expert delivery of anatomical information and training, including the appropriate use of anatomical terminology to describe muscle attachments and their relationship to muscle function; describe how muscle function affects postures; describe/train muscle localization for injection.
Provide BOTOX® education and clinical/injection training for residents, fellows, pharmacy, and other key hospital personnel. Development of relationships within hospital pharmacies to deliver BOTOX® education, training, and negotiation if necessary.
Collaborate with Account Specialist for Chronic Migraine and Account Specialist for Urology partners to promote BOTOX® for approved indications and execute individual, department, or group resident/fellow trainings within hospital/health system accounts. Continually analyze the business and develop/execute a business plan that will enable identification, training, and ongoing development of new BOTOX® injectors and advocates.
Education and Experience
Bachelor’s degree or higher is required
Minimum of 5 years sales experience, preferably pharmaceutical, medical device/equipment, industry related
Documented history of strong sales performance
Experience selling in neurology, physical medicine and rehabilitation, or pain medicine sales is preferred
Experience selling in academic medical center and/or DOD/VA Treatment Facilities is preferred
Experience in managing a complex sell with multiple decision-makers is preferred
Experience working with residents, fellows, and/or pharmacy managers is preferred
Experience with Buy & Bill and/or Specialty Pharmacy products is preferred
Experience selling in a clinical/technical/consultative sales role is preferred
Ability to lift/pull 50–100 lb. training models
Valid driver’s license
Essential Skills, Experience, and Competencies
Excellent verbal/written communication skills
Strong “Team Player” mentality and a successful history of working as an individual contributor within a collaborative team
Strong desire to “explore the unknown” and continuously enhance personal, professional, industry, and account knowledge
Strong interpersonal skills to establish positive, productive customer and partner relationships
Strong planning and organizational skills
Strong presentation and facilitation skills
Strong negotiation/problem resolution skills
Ability to analyze business and create and execute an effective business plan
Ability to effectively prioritize and manage a large geographical territory and multiple accounts
Ability to learn extensive and detailed anatomical, procedural, and clinical information quickly
Ability to communicate/present/train anatomical (postures, muscle function, muscle attachments, muscle localization), procedural, and clinical information to a variety of audiences
Ability to maintain effectiveness and positive outlook during changes in work tasks, structure, or environment
Ability and willingness to meet necessary hospital credentialing/vaccination requirements
Ability to travel adequately to cover territory, as well as overnight attendance at scheduled training events and sales meetings
Ability to pass a pre-employment drug screening test and meet safe driving requirements
This position can be filled at either a Account Specialist or Senior Account Specialist depending on experience.
Job Grades are determined by the country in which the payroll is based.
Significant Work Activities: Continuous sitting for prolonged periods (more than 2 consecutive hours in an 8 hour day)