At Star we hire for a number of different and varied roles. One of the many jobs that we recruit for quite regularly is that of Medical Device Sales Representative. Do you think you have what it takes to be a Medical Device Sales Representative?
Here at Star we recruit for a various amount of roles, specialising in sales-orientated jobs with an emphasis on healthcare. Our sales team is made up of people from a variety of backgrounds but all of them have that drive, that spark, that eagerness to connect with the customer.
Interviews can be difficult and intense. Many employers look to put you through at least two stages in the interview process. There are also a multitude of different tactics and testing that they can use. Simply put, interviews are designed to test you. Here at Star Ireland, we’re going to give you a few tips on how to ace your interviews right from our recruiter’s mouths!
You are an experienced sales representative who wants to break into the pharma industry. You have the sales and communication skills, but you possibly lack a science background or connections. This is not a problem; many medical sales representatives have come from other industries. There is no ideal background or profile for guaranteed success. However, there are some competencies you can develop and steps you can take to put yourself in the best possible position to get the offer you want.
It can be a minefield - coming straight out of college into the real world. There are so many things to consider, should you do a masters, should you go travelling or should you start on that career ladder? If you decide on the latter, here are a few tips here to get you going.
You could be either just starting on your job searching journey, or have been at it for quite some time. It’s never too early or too late to use a recruitment agency. Here are a few reasons why you should use agencies.
As technology continues to evolve, the different ways to communicate are endless; the telephone, email, mobile phone, Skype and social media are integral to work life today. Yet despite this, there remains a strong argument that face-to-face is the best way to communicate.