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SALES OPPORTUNITIES

SENIOR TRAUMA CONSULTANT

Regions hiring: GTA

Tribe Medical Group is looking to add Sales Representative to our fast-paced team. Our Orthopaedic Sales Representatives are responsible for achieving sales goals and quota’s within his or her territory. The right candidates will work with their assigned teams to increase territory results by building and maintaining strong business relationships.

The position requires the ability to assimilate and learn a high level of technical information about the Arthrex product line. Additionally, knowledge in anatomy, pathology, and surgical indications and procedures will be required. You will spend the majority of time working in surgery interacting with both surgeons and staff in addition to leading instructional cadaveric lab sessions for OR staff and surgeons, attend meetings, remaining current on industry, customer and competitive trends, and working closely with regional team to establish sales success.

This is a new role at Tribe Medical Group, and we look forward to growing the department and developing this position to become national in the future. We offer competitive salary, comprehensive benefits, continual learning and a thriving employee culture.

You must have a minimum of three (3) to five (5) years’ experience selling orthopaedic trauma products and you must be familiar with the GTA. Demonstrated knowledge of current technologies, a university or college degree, or an acceptable combination of education and experience, please send your resume to: hr@tribemedical.com.



SALES REPRESENTATIVE

Regions hiring: Prince George, Montreal, & Vancouver

Tribe Medical Group is looking to add Sales Representative to our fast-paced team. Our Orthopaedic Sales Representatives are responsible for achieving sales goals and quota’s within his or her territory. The right candidates will work with their assigned teams to increase territory results by building and maintaining strong business relationships.

Tribe’s Medical Education Department provides a comprehensive training program that will prepare you to be an expert on Arthrex's devices, surgical techniques, and cutting edge technologies. Candidates for the position should be motivated and comfortable with communicating to surgeons and hospital staff. This position will require problem solving and frequent independent action. Candidates should be self-assured and confident, and comfortable working in a fast paced, competitive environment.

Duties & responsibilities include:
• Attend surgeries to provide technical expertise and guidance to surgeons and operating room staff
• Support and promote medical training labs utilizing one of our state of the art training facilities in Canada, as well as travelling throughout the US to attend specialized labs
• Engage in continuous education of Arthrex surgical techniques and products
• Take initiative to generate creative and practical solutions in rapidly changing environments
• Work with your Director of Sales through coaching, training or mentoring; transfer knowledge to colleagues and team members when required
• Uphold Tribe’s mission of “Putting Patient Outcomes First… In Everything We Do”

We are looking for someone who possesses a post-secondary education, strong organizational and time management skills, can travel regularly, work a variety of hours and must be physically able to lift/move equipment and products around. Must be comfortable in surgery/operating room environments and demonstrate the ability to thrive in a team environment. A valid driver’s license and passport is required for this role.

We offer competitive salary, comprehensive benefits, continual learning and a thriving employee culture.

Please send your resume to: hr@tribemedical.com.



CONSULTANT EN VENTE CHIRURGICALE

RÉGIONS: Prince George, Montreal, & Vancouver

Tribe Medical Group souhaite ajouter des représentants commerciaux à son équipe dynamique. Nos représentants responsables de la vente de matériel orthopédique doivent atteindre des objectifs de vente et remplir des quotas sur leur territoire. Les candidats choisis veilleront, en collaboration avec les équipes auxquelles ils sont affectés, à l’amélioration des résultats sur le territoire en nouant et en entretenant de bonnes relations d’affaires.

Le service de l’éducation médicale de Tribe Medical Group offre un programme de formation complet qui vous permettra de devenir un expert en matière d’appareils Arthrex, de techniques chirurgicales et de technologies de pointe.

Les candidats pour ce poste doivent être motivés et à l’aise de communiquer avec les chirurgiens et le personnel hospitalier. Pour occuper ce poste, il est indispensable d’avoir la capacité de résoudre des problèmes et d’agir de façon indépendante sur une base régulière. Les candidats doivent faire preuve d’assurance et de confiance en soi, et être capables de travailler dans un environnement compétitif qui change rapidement.

Fonctions et responsabilités :
• Assister à des interventions chirurgicales afin d’apporter une expertise technique et de guider les chirurgiens et le personnel de salle d’opération;
• Soutenir et promouvoir nos ateliers de formation médicale en utilisant l’une de nos installations de formation ultramodernes situées au Canada, et voyager aux États-Unis pour assister à des ateliers spécialisés;
• Participer à la formation continue sur les techniques chirurgicales et les produits Arthrex;
• Prendre l’initiative de créer des solutions pratiques créatives dans des environnements qui évoluent rapidement;
• Prendre part à des activités d’encadrement, de formation ou de mentorat avec votre directeur des ventes; transmettre les connaissances acquises aux collègues et membres de l’équipe, le cas échéant;
• Défendre la mission de Tribe Medical Group qui consiste à « faire de la santé des patients notre priorité... dans toutes les sphères de nos activités ».

Nous recherchons une personne qui détient un diplôme d’études postsecondaires, qui a un grand sens de l’organisation et une excellente capacité à gérer son temps, et qui est disposée à voyager régulièrement et à avoir un horaire de travail variable. Cette personne doit également avoir la capacité physique de soulever ou de déplacer du matériel et des produits. Le candidat retenu doit être à l’aise dans les salles de chirurgie ou d’opération et doit démontrer la capacité à réussir dans un contexte de travail d’équipe. Un permis de conduire et un passeport valides sont requis pour ce poste.

Nous offrons une rémunération concurrentielle, un ensemble complet d’avantages sociaux, de la formation continue et une culture d’entreprise florissante.

Si vous souhaitez soumettre votre candidature, veuillez faire parvenir votre curriculum vitæ à l’adresse suivante : hr@tribemedical.com.



DISTAL EXTREMITIES SPECIALIST

Regions hiring: Calgary

The Distal Extremities Specialist will be responsible for supporting existing sales and helping to drive sales within in the assigned territory. Territories consist of Technology Consultants (territory manager), and could have 1 or more Technology Specialist(s) or Associate(s). Each territory is responsible for hitting monthly and annual sales goals with the Arthrex family of products including but not limited to the market leading Distal Extremities and Biologics products.

The position requires the ability to assimilate and learn a high level of technical information about the Arthrex product line. Additionally, knowledge in anatomy, pathology and surgical indications and procedures will be required. Prior knowledge in these areas is desired but not required as training will be provided. Distal Extremities Specialist will spend the majority of time working in surgery interacting with both surgeons and staff.

Duties and Responsibilities:
Primary responsibility will be to meet and exceed sales objectives. Represent Tribe & the Arthrex portfolio as a leader in our industry and the marketplace by working with a sophisticated audience comprised of surgeons and healthcare professionals. Increase territory results by building and maintaining strong business relationships, and by developing and implementing sales strategies. Communicate with current and new customer accounts regarding a variety of topics, including product updates, changes to product portfolio, and educational programs. Lead instructional cadaveric DEX lab sessions for OR staff and surgeons, attend meetings, remain current on industry, customer and competitive trends, and work closely with regional team to establish sales success.
We offer competitive salary, comprehensive benefits, continual learning and a thriving employee culture.

The position requires the ability to assimilate and learn a high level of technical information, anatomy and product indications related to various surgical procedures. Our team spends the majority of time in surgery interacting with both staff and surgeons, in addition to pursuing key decision makers at the corporate level. Must have strong time management skills and ability to tightly track inventory of surgical equipment.

We are looking for someone who will become an expert and value-added teammate with Tribe’s other Sales Representatives, assisting in training on new products and existing installations.

Required Qualifications:
If you have a Bachelor of Science or equivalent and previous experience in sales, great communication and time management skills, knowledge of medical terminology, are technologically proficient, able to work long hours and stand for long periods of time, and have a knack for sales, or an acceptable combination of education and experience, please send your resume to: hr@tribemedical.com.

We offer competitive salary, comprehensive benefits, continual learning and a thriving employee culture.



HEAD OFFICE OPPORTUNITIES - LONDON, ONTARIO

IT HELP DESK SUPPORT REPRESENTATIVE

In this permanent full-time role in our London head office, you will report to the SAP B1 & Application Delivery Analyst, and will assist in the documentation, maintenance, and analysis of data related to Tribe in our ERP system (SAP Business One). This will include the updating of existing systems, creating & documenting procedures, database maintenance, and assisting in the on-going evolution of the company’s ERP system.

You will provide first line technical service and support to Tribe employees across Canada. Responsibilities include responding to questions about applications, programs, devices, and equipment, as well as performing troubleshooting procedures and solving technical problems related to computer hardware, software, components, and network connectivity. This includes but is not limited to desktop computers, laptops, mobile devices, printers, MS Office products, the phone and security system(s), and various commercial software.

Qualifications:
• Technical background with a combination of related certifications, education, and/or experience
• Technical proficiency with MS Office, MS & MAC operating systems, anti-virus, and Windows
• Ability to resolve minor technical problems with Network, terminals and other systems
• Structured Query Language (SQL) knowledge an asset
• Customer service skills including a professional telephone demeanour
• Demonstrated knowledge of server 2008/2012, Windows 7/8 and VMware virtualized environments
• Strong communication skills with the ability to coach/support in person, via phone, email, and text
• Willingness and ability to learn
• Knowledge of Crystal reporting is an asset
• Ability to work occasional overtime and/or weekends will be required
• Previous experience in a technical environment

We offer competitive salary, comprehensive benefits, continual learning and a thriving employee culture. Qualified applicants are encouraged to send their resume with transcript to: hr@tribemedical.com.



No phone calls please. Agencies are welcome to reach out via email.

Tribe Medical Group Inc. is able to provide accommodation to job applicants throughout the hiring process for all roles. If you require an accommodation during the application process or through the selection process, please advise in your cover letter.