Are you ready to reshape the healthcare of the future?
Then you've come to the right place!
At Johnson & Johnson, we use technology and the power of teamwork to find new ways to overcome the world's biggest healthcare challenges. We use data, real-world insights and creative minds to create life-enhancing healthcare products and medicines.
We are united by a passion for our fellow human beings: for customers, patients, society, each other.
One of the biggest challenges is the cardiac arrhythmia "atrial fibrillation" (AFIB). Atrial fibrillation (AFIB) is an irregular heartbeat (arrhythmia) that can lead to blood clots, stroke, heart failure and other heart-related complications.
Globally, 20 million people suffer from this condition each year and this number is expected to increase by 70 percent by 2030.
At Johnson & Johnson, we are addressing this challenge and are a global leader in the diagnosis and treatment of cardiac arrhythmias through our Biosense Webster division.
What sets us apart:
We continuously reinvent ourselves to keep the patient at the center of everything we do. Our business is characterized by a strong innovative character as well as a modern and fast growing organization. Team spirit, the right mindset and an open culture are what make our employees successful and satisfied.
To strengthen our team in the Netherlands, we are looking for a trainee Clinical Support Specialist Biosense Webster
The trainee Clinical Support Specialist (tCSS) position is a 12-month entry-level position for individuals with little to no electrophysiology (EP) experience. Upon successful completion of the program, the tCSS will be promoted to Clinical Support Specialist (CSS)
These are your roles & responsibilities:
Advise and assist medical staff in the operation of the Carto3 navigation system during electrophysiology procedures.
Uncovering potentials and taking responsibility for the sales growth of our company
First point of contact for the entire product portfolio (consumables + capital equipment) in the field of minimally invasive electrophysiology (EP)
Analysis of customer needs and goals to build and expand customer relationships
Optimize interventions and increase system utilization through project and evidence-based work
Actively drive the development and digitalization of EP labs
Liaison between customers and our technical team as well as other internal stakeholders
This is what Johnson & Johnson offers you:
Detailed 12-month familiarization concept through mentoring, ride-alongs, intensive product training, (partially supervised) self-study and hands-on training
High fun factor at work and being part of a dynamic team
Diverse vertical and horizontal career opportunities possible, e.g. to Clinical Support Specialist, into product management, into another division, a technical specialist function as well as into a management function
Interesting market dynamics, growth orientation and regular product launches
Company pension plan as well as a company car with unlimited private use.
This position is advertised throughout the Netherlands
We are looking forward to receiving your online application with meaningful application documents (CV and letter of motivation). We look forward to getting to know you!
The promotion and development of our employees are central values of our corporate culture. People who want to develop their potential in an international company and grow with their tasks will find the best conditions with us. In addition to intensive induction and needs-based training, outstanding development opportunities - both nationally and internationally - as well as attractive compensation and above-average social benefits are important elements for our employees. In addition, our Group is characterized by measures to promote young talent and careers in harmony with family and career.
These are the qualifications you bring to the table:
Enjoyment of laughing (because we value fun and enjoyment in our team)
Scientific and technical degree, a degree in medical technology or a similar field, or successful completion of training in a medical environment with, for example, operating room experience
Strong team and communication skills, enjoy relationship management and a high degree of customer orientation
Organizational skills, self-management and the ability to find creative solutions
Flexibility as well as motivation and willingness to develop further
High technical affinity or interest to understand complex technical contexts and to exchange scientific papers/studies
Willingness to work in the field with a high degree of travel (at least 80 percent, mainly in the associated region)
Fluent Dutch and good English skills, both written and spoken