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The medmarketcompanies, is ready to introduce a new business networking site for medical sales. The site will boast some very good features to enable medical sales and marketing jobseekers to effectively network with each other in addition to other employers in a professional setting. The site is very exciting and will open up the door to many professionals in the medical sales arena and enable both “active” and “passive” medical sales professionals to effectly showcase their abilities and open themselves up to new opportuniteis that may exist.
Stay Tuned for our new “Medical Sales Interview Success” ebook which will be available at the end of the month!
You will learn how to:
How To Target Medical Sales Companies
How To Network with Medical Sales Recruiters
Network with Reps to Identify the Correct Decision Maker to Contact
Use your Existing Relationships to Create Leverage With Your Target Companies.
Uncover Medical Sales Jobs that are NOT advertised
Write a Resume that will “GET YOUR FOOT IN THE DOOR”
Write an Effective 30-60-90 Day Sales Plan
Sell yourself during Medical Sales Interviews
WIN The Job- Beat Out Your Competition!
Follow up with Hiring Managers Appropriately
Ask questions that will lead to JOB OFFERS
Negotiate the highest benefit package and salary
The answer to this question is a resounding YES!! From a headhunter’s perspective, we receive resumes from many great services every day. Many of the better services network candidates strictly with recruiters and avoid sending to employers directly. This enables the recruiters to do their job and match the “great” candidates with open vacancies in the market. There is a caveat though…If you are not a qualified sales person with at least 1-2 years of solid legitimate sales experience; I wouldn’t recommend using these services. From a leading medical sales recruiter’s perspective, I have placed dozens of candidates who have used these services so I know they work. Multiply that by thousands of sales recruiting firms and you get the point. These Services work because sales recruiters have relationships with the hiring managers and they can sell your skills. Sales Recruiters are your best chance at being introduced to the hiring sales manager or decision maker and depending on their relationship with the client, they will be able to market you differently than if you just applied to directly to the corporate Hr department.
Now, don’t get me wrong, there are plenty of other ways to get jobs in medical or pharmaceutical sales and I am not saying that sales resume distribution services are the panacea to getting your dream job. Other methods to consider are to network with people in the industry on sites like Linked In & Facebook. If you take this route I would advise getting networked with an employee at the company who is comfortable with you and your skill set. Most employees will recommend people only if they are qualified and they can be assured that the “referred” candidate won’t jeopardize the employee’s business reputation within the company. Most employees at Medical and Pharmaceutical Sales Companies are awarded a “referral bonus” for successfully referring in a qualified candidate who subsequently gets hired.
This can be an excellent way to get your foot in the door with a company. If you don’t have sales experience but really want to get into the medical or pharmaceutical industry, the best way to do that is land a position in b2b sales with a fortune 500 company. Some companies that have great formal sales training and really prepare their reps well for a career in medical sales are: ADP, Cintas, Ikon, Xerox, Pitney Bowes, Paychex, Lanier, Enterprise, Staples, Ceridian, SBC Global, AT&T, Gallo, US Food Service, etc. There are many other companies that provide excellent formal sales training but in our experience, the reps that come from well known Fortune 500 companies have a higher probability of getting into the industry and a higher probability for success.
In addition, college activities and athletics are a plus. Having an accredited clinical background also doesn’t hurt. In the interest of staying on track, Medical Sales Resume Distribution Services or Sales Resume Distribution Services or Resume Blast Services can be another “bullet in your gun” related to networking and finding that perfect sales opportunity specifically as it relates to medical or pharmaceutical sales.
Some of the top services that we receive resumes from include http://www.salesresumeblaster.com or http://www.medmarketconnect.com to name a couple. Any of these services are reputable and have thousands of sales oriented customers that use them on an annual basis.
Aaron Becker – President
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