Lilly Pharmaceutical Sales– Associate Territory Manager- Primary Care in Milwaukee, Wisconsin
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Position Territory: Milwaukee PC2-158965
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Sound interesting to you? Read on to find out more about how you can join our sales team, where you will enjoy meaningful work, build a successful career and make important contributions to our patients' lives.
The Lilly Primary Care Territory Managers will be responsible for selling in a changing health care environment, applying critical thinking and a strategic approach to understand the environment (payer, health systems, business), and gaining access to the customers to make an impact on patients’ lives.
- Develops a strong understanding of territory and reimbursement landscape and utilizes appropriate business insights tools to analyze and adapt to business needs.
- Systematically navigates the everchanging healthcare environment to understand accounts and impact key stakeholders to become a trusted partner.
SELLING SKILLS / CUSTOMER EXPERIENCE
- Actively listens and adapts to verbal and non-verbal customer prompts throughout the call.
Demonstrates high learning agility to understand clinical information / disease state, our product portfolio, and the therapeutic marketplace.
Uses this information to engage with every member of an office / account.
Promotes the entire product portfolio by planning for and engaging in a patient centered dialogue with customers.
Utilizes our selling model prior to and during conversations with customers to help them identify appropriate patients.
EXECUTION / RESULTS
- Utilizes all business analytic resources available to meet the needs of customers and achieve sales goals while acting in a manner consistent with all internal policies and procedure and PhRMA code.
- Collaborate effectively with others both field facing and internal peers to create a coordinated and positive customer experience.
Professional certification or license required to perform this position if required by a specific state.
Valid driver’s license and acceptable driving record.
Legally authorized to be employed in the United States.
Two or more years of sales experience (pharmaceutical or non-pharmaceutical) after completion of an undergraduate college degree.
Other work experience following the completion of undergraduate degree, or a graduate degree (e.g., Masters, MBA, PharmD).
Demonstrated business ownership skills, selling/customer experience skills, and execution/results.
Account based selling experience. Ability to identify and engage staff members in accounts.
Strong Learning agility, self-motivated, team focused, emotionally intelligent and influential.
Bilingual skills as aligned with territory and customer needs.
Must live within 30 miles of the territory boundary.
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