Medical Sales Representative - Respiratory - South London

Medical Sales Representative – Primary Care – Respiratory

Territory: South London (Croydon, Sutton and Merton)

Quintiles have an opportunity for an experienced medical sales representative, or commercially aware graduate/trainee sales representative with a strong commercial sales background and a desire to start a career in Pharmaceutical sales. You will work in a strategic long term partnership to raise awareness of a respiratory portfolio across Croydon, Sutton and Merton.

If you have a real desire to work as an integrated team member, promote exceptional products, and understand how to deliver the right outcomes in the new NHS through your specialist sales skills and great attitude, please apply!

In return for your dedication, you will receive an excellent benefits package, long term career opportunities and continuous professional development with a global employer- putting people at the heart of its business.


Voted in top 15 Great Places to Work UK 2014

Ranked in top 25 Best Place to Work Global Awards

Investors in People Gold Standard

No.1 CSO of choice for 13 years consecutive years

Britain’s Healthiest Company 2013 & 2014

A Fortune 500 Company


  • Excellent Salary, Bonus & Company Car
  • Life Assurance, Pension & Private Health Insurance
  • Additional Voluntary Benefits available including:

o Health Insurance (Dental, Health Screen and Optical)

o Health Clubs and Gym Discounts

o Childcare Vouchers

o Give As You Earn

Skills & Experience Required:

  • Demonstrable commercial sales success, ideally within the Pharma/Healthcare industry
  • Strong interpersonal skills and collaborative approach
  • Highly motivated and results driven
  • Flexible approach and positive mindset
  • Good analytical and planning skills
  • Excellent understanding of the current NHS
  • Candidates looking to join the industry must be well researched before applying
  • Full EU Driving licence (no more than 6 points)
  • Full eligibility to work in the UK

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