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Senior Product Manager (Wound care)

Up to £55k | North West |  Snr Brand Manager |  Permanent  | Ref:888342



Emma Reynolds

Which team do you work in?

Sales and Marketing.

Which area do you specialise in?

I specialise in Marketing roles at all levels, such as Marketing Executives, Brand Leads, Brand Managers and Product Managers.

How do you keep up-to-date with the issues in your sector?

The main way in which I keep up-to-date with issues is through constantly speaking with my client and candidate network and through industry relevant news and articles. 

What's your favourite film and why?

I'm definitely much more of a boxset type of person. I have a very low attention span for films - I'm currently going through the Vikings series and I love it! 

If you could invent one thing what would it be?

A teleporting device where I could be in any country in the world within as short a time as possible. Love to travel but dislike the actual travelling element! 

What makes you #DistinctlyDifferent?

My focus on providing a straightforward and honest approach to recruiting



The Role

Senior Product Manager (Wound care) - Med Device Company - North-West - Up to £55k

An opportunity has arisen for a Senior Product Manager to join and support an existing Wound care Marketing Team within an international medical device company. The client is a world-leading independent developer and manufacturer of innovative technologically advanced wound care products which are used across the globe. The role would involve achieving sales targets via the execution of a 5-year strategic rolling plan.


The Company

This privately-owned company are a global leader in the development and manufacturing of innovative and technologically advanced wound care products. The company offers:

  • Great internal progression opportunities.

  • The chance to manage an impressive product range, which is sold in over 70 countries.

  • The opportunity to work collaboratively with international colleagues in over 5 different countries.

  • A meaningful role, managing a crucial product range which offer clinicians a simple clear and cost-effective wound care range, whilst ensuring the best outcome for patients.

  • A competitive salary and bonus.


The Role

The Senior Product Manager will take full responsibility for a portfolio of wound care products. The role will involve achieving sales targets via the execution of a 5-year strategic rolling plan. This position will involve the following key accountabilities:

  • Generation of sales and marketing materials.

  • Management of product upgrades, development and line extensions into market.

  • Management of analytical market data and sales trend and analysis.

  • Development and management of KOLs.

  • Management of sales team data, for identifying sales growth, trends and market shares.



To apply for this role as Wound Care Senior Product Manager our client was hoping for someone with the following skills and experiences:

  • A business or marketing degree.

  • Previous relevant work experience in medical device sales and brand/product management

  • Knowledge of the UK and global wound care markets.

  • "Indesign" qualification and experience.

  • Spreadsheet and numerical analysis skills, including business cases and margin analysis

  • Excellent interpersonal and communication skills.

  • Highly motivated, wit the ability to work in a fast-paced environment with continual change.


What should you do next?

This Senior Product Manager role is one not to be missed; it encompasses the opportunity to manage a global product portfolio in a company with great progression opportunities. To discuss further, please submit your current CV.

Unless otherwise stated, if applying for a job within the European Union, you must ensure that you are already authorised to work there. Carrot Pharma Recruitment Ltd acts as an Employment Business and an Employment Agency on behalf of our client in recruitment for this role.

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