Applied Medical

Territory Manager Staffordshire - Derbyshire

Category (Portal Searching) Sales
Job Locations UK-Staffordshire-Stafford


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Applied Medical is a new generation medical device company with a proven business model and commitment to innovation that has fueled our rapid business growth and continued expansion across the globe.


At our state-of-the-art manufacturing plants in the US and The Netherlands, we develop advanced surgical technologies for minimum invasive surgery. Throughout 30 years, Applied has earned a strong reputation in healthcare as a leading provider of advanced medical devices.
At our European headquarters in The Netherlands, we support the implementation of our innovative products across Europe through our local sales teams and via our distributors in Eastern Europe, the Middle East, and Africa. What connects us all is our mission to improve the quality and affordability of healthcare by enhancing patient outcomes through innovative design and exceptional product quality.


If you would like to be part of an innovative and rapidly growing international organization that makes decisions based upon what is right for the patient, customer, community, and environment, then Applied Medical is the place for you!

Job Description

We are looking for an experienced Territory Manager specialising in surgical/medical products within the Midlands (Stafford - Derby) area. Within this role, you will be joining a well-established and experienced team to implement surgical products for use within operating theatres. As a Territory Manager, you understand what surgeons and their teams need and work with them to achieve their goals. The surgical specialties include General Surgery, Colorectal, Gynecology, Obstetrics, Urology, Upper GI, ENT, and Breast.


In this exciting field position, you will travel to your appointments with surgeons to various hospitals and clinics, demonstrating effective territory and commercial skills. This role requires you to live within the Staffordshire - Derbyshire area. You should also be prepared to travel to other parts of the country when required.


Key Responsibilities


  • Identify key stakeholders per product segment
  • Create effective business plans and approach strategies with your Sales Manager
  • Arrange appointments with surgeons and hospital medical teams
  • Demonstrate the use of our products to surgeons, practice staff, and nurses
  • Attend orientation, education & scrub sessions
  • Work closely together with the Customer Service team on tenders, price quotations, order samples, and customer issues
  • Organize and attend conferences for surgeons and other medical staff
  • Regularly attend company meetings, product training, and presentations
  • Keep up with the latest clinical data and communicate this information to health professionals


  • You have A-Level or Higher, a degree is preferred
  • You have 2+ years of experience with surgical sales in hospitals with a proven and successful track record
  • You have demonstrated the ability to establish professional relationships with key decision-makers in operating theatres and procurement departments
  • You have successfully collaborated with accounts from prospecting, through evaluation stage to implementation within a national framework
  • You can rapidly build rapport with excellent communication (verbal/written) skills
  • You have excellent listening, negotiation and presentation skills
  • You are a driven and enthusiastic self-starter with a passion to win
  • Business travel is required as stated above

We Offer

  • A challenging position within a fast-growing, dynamic and innovative company
  • Extensive training in our products and their application at our European training facilities (NL)
  • Good remuneration package including commission and a lease car
  • Opportunities for personal development, growth and continuous learning
  • Education reimbursement program
  • International working environment



Would you like to be part of our expanding team? If the answer is yes, we'd love to get to know you and look forward to hearing from you!


For more information regarding our hiring process, click here. If you have any questions, feel free to contact us via or +31 (0)33 7548713.


Not the right job for you? Take a look at our other vacancies and follow us on LinkedIn.


As a healthcare company, it’s of the utmost importance to keep our teams safe and healthy in this ever-changing COVID-19 environment. We highly encourage our team members to get vaccinated to help protect each other, our families, our customers, and our visitors, as we work together to help end the pandemic.


Please be aware that many hospitals within Europe expect all medical company representatives to be fully vaccinated, to limit the risk of spreading the virus and protecting their patients and staff. United Kingdom 





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