Medical Device Sales - Addressing The Opioid Crisis (Ca) 3017

Zynex Medical Inc Santa Clara , CA 95051

Posted 2 days ago

Territory: Santa Clara / Campbell / Saratoga / Los Gatos, CA

Zynex is seeking college graduates and individuals with 1-3 years of outside sales experience in either B2B or medical device sales. Must be a self-starter, resourceful, assertive, and organized with a proven track record of documented sales success.

This is an opportunity to build your own prescription-based business. Call points include: Pain Management doctors, Orthopedic groups and Physical Therapy clinics for our NexWave and other DME devices that offer an alternative to opioid pain medication.

This is an autonomous sales position that requires you to be independent and dedicated to becoming a top medical device sales representative. You must be able to build trusting relationships quickly and possess the drive to accomplish goals on a weekly basis. Requirements:
Must live in the territory designated.

Must have a computer, reliable transportation and mobile phone. We offer training, a generous base salary, commissions, benefits and continued support for your success. If you are ready to join a growing team dedicated to helping people, please submit your resume.

Zynex is a fast growing medical device company with a mission is to improve life-quality of patients suffering from debilitating pain by providing proven pain management technology and the highest service standards in the electrotherapy industry. Listed on the NASDAQ ZYXI.

Submit your resume' and a brief description of how you will demonstrate these qualities for success.

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