Clinical Support

The Company:

Established for over 20 years.

Outstanding reputation in the market place.

Genuine opportunities for career development.

Fantastic product portfolio.

The Role of the Clinical Support

This role is to provide clinical support to a team of 3 reps that sell a range of orthopaedic implants (Hand & Wrist, Foot & Ankle and Patient Specific Implants).

You will support, train theatre staff and assist in cases.

Assisting Account Managers when needed

Checking implants, doing audits within the NHS and private hospitals.

Dealing with orthopaedic surgeons, consultants, nurses.

Most of the business will be around the Leeds, Manchester, York, Sheffield, Derby & Blackpool area although there will be times when you will have to travel a little further.

Benefits of the Clinical Support

£32k-£38k (DOE)

£8k Bonus

Car Allowance - £520


25 days holiday + bank

All tools to do the role (Mobile, Laptop, etc)

The Ideal Person for the Clinical Support

Someone with a couple of years working as a clinician (e.g.

ODP, Scrub Nurse, Physio, Theatre Nurse, ODA, Chiropractor) wanting a step up and is extremely passionate about orthopaedics that has get up and go.

Strong people skills.

Strong communication/presentation skills.

If you think the role of Clinical Support is for you, apply now!

Consultant: Shannon Hunter


Tel no.

0208 397 4114

Candidates must be eligible to work and live in the UK.

About On Target

At On Target, we specialise in sales, technical and commercial jobs in the Engineering, Construction, Building Services, Medical & Scientific, and Commercial & Industrial Solutions sectors, enabling our consultants to become experts in their market sector.

We place all levels of personnel, up to Director across the UK and internationally.

  • Location: Leeds, Manchester, York, Sheffield, Derby, England
  • Salary: £32000 - £38000 Per Annum £8k Bonus, Car Allowance - £520, Pension + BENEFITS
  • Type: Permanent
  • Recruiter: On Target Recruitment Ltd
  • Posted: 17-Nov-2023
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