Clinical Advisor – North-West

We are a manufacturer of specialist hospital beds and manage over 25% of the UK’s acute bed and mattress fleet, working with more than 150 hospitals across the UK and Ireland.

Guided by our core values of Respect, Teamwork, Excellence, Commitment, Integrity and Trust, we believe that our people are what makes us great, which is why we offer a high level of support to ensure that employees are able to succeed. Our teams work closely together to support each other internally as well as providing a trusted service and partnership to our customers.

We’re looking for a Clinical Advisor to join us on a full time, permanent basis covering hospitals within the North West region.

Your Role:

As a Clinical Advisor, you will provide clinical support, training and advice to customers and our business to ensure the correct products are installed that meet individual patient needs.

Working with Trust Tissue Viability, Manual Handling and Therapy staff, you will provide effective training at new and existing customer sites, ensure the appropriate use of equipment and encourage Medical Trusts to reassess patients to efficiently use specialist equipment.

You’ll cover dedicated sites within the North West region and visit the other sites depending on customer requirements.

Specifically, you will:

– Support the delivery of services to contracted accounts
– Identify opportunities within the accounts to promote new products and support new technologies
– Act as a trusted advisor and provide on-going bedside training on wards/ community to help patients use equipment
– Follow-up on key equipment installations within 24 hours to ensure understanding and efficient usage
– Monitor and track equipment usage
– Offer product and clinical workshops and training

Hours: 37.5 per week Monday to Friday

Experience Needed:

To be considered as a Clinical Advisor, you will need:

– A current RGN and/or Key Trainer ROSPA qualification or extensive clinical experience
– Experience of working on wards/community setting within an NHS environment
– Experience of providing clinical training at various levels
– A full, valid UK driving licence
– Strong communication skills and the ability to communicate and train people at all levels
– An organised and methodical approach, with the ability to organise your own workload effectively and work with minimum supervision

To apply for this role, please use the link below where you will be directed to our applicant tracking system: