Market Development Manager - Radiology - Hungary/Romania
KA 142223/3 - Market Development Manager - Interventional Radiology - CEE Countries
An internationally recognised medical device company are expanding their presence across the CEE countries and are therefore searching for a Market Development Manager to increase the market share for their interventional radiology device range.
This company are looking to continue their expansion across the Central Eastern European countries and you will be the first person to begin this journey. As a Market Development Manager, you will be working independently within your territory and will take responsibility for all market development across countries such as Israel, Croatia, Romania and Hungary. You will be working with interventional radiology devices that have already gained momentum on an international scale and will also benefit from internal progression opportunities and the security of working for a global medical device company.
Key Requirements for this Market Development Manager position include:
- Previous sales experience within the interventional radiology field is essential
- Fluency in English and either Romanian or Hungarian
- Candidates must be based in either Romania or Hungary with experience in the interventional radiology market
- This position will be offered on an agent basis, therefore candidates must be comfortable operating as an independent worker. More information regarding this can be provided by NonStop.
For further details and to make an application, please send a recent copy of your CV on a MS word document to email@example.com or call Kate Adley on +41 (0) 435 080816. Successful candidates will be contacted immediately.
Not the right position for you? Do you know someone who could be interested? NonStop offer a referral fee for every candidate successfully placed so please pass this advertisement onto any sales professionals within the interventional radiology field who could be interested in a Market Development Manager position based from Romania or Hungary and covering the CEE and Israel markets.