#pharma sales recruiters
Pharmaceutical Sales Jobs all employer fee paid!
The Gould Group has pharmaceutical sales jobs available at many established NATIONAL Companies, BIOTECHS, and STARTUPS. Opportunities exist NATIONWIDE for experienced reps with physician office based selling, hospital, or HMO track records. Pharmaceutical sales candidates click here to contact The Gould Group.
Pharmaceutical candidates that are interested in pursuing a career path that could encompass Management, Product Management, Marketing, Training, District Management, Regional Management, National Management, or Vice Presidents should utilize The Gould Group as a conduit to these types of business development positions!
Pharmaceutical employers or companies that have a need for qualified pharmaceutical sales professionals anywhere in the United States or reputable headhunters or recruiters interested in split placements. Click Here
Those with non-pharmaceutical selling experience can break into the industry with a verifiable track record from business products, telecommunication products or services, consumer health and beauty aids, food service, publishing, software, advertising, retail management, payroll services, office furniture, computer training or any outside business development experience. Priority is given to those that have been above average performers!
Our clients are looking for:
Almost every company requires a 4 year degree, a 3.0 plus GPA is helpful.
Candidates with the ability to relocate will have many more opportunities available.
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This highly recommended eBook shows you how and includes interview questions with answers to help you get a Pharmaceutical Sales Job.
Pharmaceutical interview concept: The hiring manager has a large number of choices to fill the position. Sales candidates are gravitating to this type of position from clinical backgrounds, other outside or inside sales, teaching and recent graduates to name a few. The process involves strong filtering. The ability to avoid the filtering is paramount to getting a face-to-face interview.
Actions to do or avoid:
- Stay employed if at all possible while you look to change (avoid unemployment).
- Do not embellish your responsibilities on the resume; you may appear over-qualified for the position.
- Do not leave college without a bachelor�s degree and expect to get into the selection process.
- Educate yourself on what a successful representative does on a daily basis.
- Try to make contact with an existing sales rep to learn how they got into the interview process and successfully navigated through to get the offer.
- Learn and emulate the dress attire a typical associate wears to present themselves professionally.
- Pickup a book called Knock Em Dead 2004 to help fully prepare for a competitive interview process.
Our recruiters are continually in contact with some of the biggest names in the industry including: Tap, Millennium, Watson, King, Phizer, Forest, West, Wyeth, Aventis, Merk, Elan, Teva, Idec, Novartis, Roche, Icn, Shire, Geneva, Kos, Bayer, Janson, Abbott, Lilly, Solvay, La Jolla, Vertex, Takeda, Canadian, Purdue, Malan, McNeil, NPS, Ortho McNeil, Reliant, Aquarium, Knoll, Eli Lilly, NVE, Maxim, OSI, Johnson and Johnson, Monarch, Baxter, Endo, KV, and Forrest to name a few.
Competition to interview with many of the preceding companies is fierce, your best bet is to work with The Gould Group who has the ability help you be noticed so that an interview can be set up.