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How to Get into Medical Sales Product Reviews

October 14th, 2013 Leave a comment Go to comments

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Product Description:
  • What’s the fastest way to break into the exciting and lucrative field of medical sales?
  • How do you stand out in this highly competitive arena when you have no experience?
  • What's the easiest way to transition from pharmaceutical sales to medical device?

The How to Get into Medical Sales Kit from Peggy McKee, the Medical Sales Recruiter, is the answer to every "How do I land a job in medical sales?" question.  Peggy’s 15+ years in medical sales (as a rep, manager, and recruiter) are packed into one comprehensive guide to the essential, vital tools and techniques medical sales job seekers need.   Even if you lack a medical background or sales experience, you’ll benefit from these expert tips to transitioning into a medical sales career.

As a recruiter, Peggy McKee has placed thousands of “rookies” into desirable medical sales jobs using the exact components in this kit:

  • Video Coaching – Over 1 hour of video coaching from the Medical Sales Recruiter: detail-packed training on everything you need to know to land the job, including “how-to’s” for each of the following critical documents…
  • Resume Template – the resume structure that includes specifics vital to medical sales managers
  • Cover Letter Template – the ‘magic’ words that convince them to call you
  • Technology Sheet Template – a little-known but very effective tool that supplements the resume
  • 30/60/90-Day Sales Plan – your proof that you know how to do the job and you will be successful, in Peggy’s proven format
  • Thank You Note Sample – not just a “thank you,” but another selling tool that pushes toward an offer
  • “Top 100” Medical Sales Companies Report – includes statistics as well as Peggy’s insider information on the best companies to work for
  • Top 10 Secrets to Transition from Pharmaceutical Sales to Medical or Medical Device Sales - straight-talking, detailed "how-to"s

 


Product Details:
  • Downloadable/printable documents include:

Resume Template

Cover Letter Template

Technology Sheet Template

30/60/90-Day Plan Examples

Thank You Note Sample

“Top 100” Medical Sales Companies Report

  • Video Files on website – watch the whole thing at once or in segments:

Complete Video Coaching from the Medical Sales Recruiter (1:00:03)

Introduction and Beginning of Resume Template (7:05)

Objective Statement (1:45)

Employment History (8:59)

Education (4:43)

Professional Accomplishments and Organizations (3:57)

References (5:16)

Preceptorship (1:03)

Cover Letter (10:24)

Thank You Notes (7:21)

Technology Sheet (3:47)

30/60/90-Day Sales Plan (9:38)

Going Directly to Hiring Managers (vs. Applying Online) (10:11)

Social Networks – How to Use Them In Your Job Search (7:24)

Recruiters – How to Think About This… (4:50)

Sales Skills – Honing the Edge (6:50)

Transitioning from Pharma to Medical or Medical Device Sales (36:34)

Conclusion and Summary – Final Thoughts… (9:40)

EXTRA Resume Template Technical Instructions Video (13:11)

  • Instant access at point of purchase with digital delivery
  • Information always available online
  • Automatic access to updates/new features
  • Published by:  Career Confidential
  • Language:  English




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  1. Anne
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    That was really wonderful Peggy!!! thankyou so much for putting this together I now have a better understanding of what is needed to break into this industry.

    Anne

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  2. Kelly Ray
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    This was so helpful. It's hard to know what to expect when changing industries now I have a better understanding on what the managers will be looking for.

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  3. Raj Drew
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    I want to get into Medical Sales and I did the 30/60/90 plan and brag book. I even have an interview because or your resume advice. I am ready. Thanks for your advice.

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  4. Robert Miner
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    Robert Miner, MSc (NM)
    Peggy has a lot of useful information in this ewebinar. Some of the information can be used for any job search/interview. For example: even before this ewebinar I was using the concept of a 'brag book' for some of my interviews without knowing it's full potential and how to 'market' it correctly. Thanks peggy.

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  5. Mike S
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    Thank you so much for your interview tips and cover letter info.

    • it made my interviews more
    more structured

    • it helped me close the interview
    like a true salesman

    • and I got a new job yesterday

    You are a true professional.

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  6. Tom Lincoln
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    Thank You Peggy,
    I have attended many informational webinars in the past, five years.

    Your company is the first that delivered on what they said they were going to do. Thank You for your integrity. Your product was very informative and I appreciate the time you took to prepare it. I hope we will be talking in the future.

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  7. Rana Z
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    Peggy,

    Yes, I do want to thank you for all the help you have provided me over the last few years. I did incorporate your advice into my job search strategies. In particular, I began using jobs Indeed when you taught us about it, and I suggested it to my husband as well. I then improved my LinkedIn profile making sure people can easily contact me. Later on I used your preparation kit to get ready for phone interviews and on-site interviews, and noted that I was more confident during those. I also enjoyed learning your tips which you sent as video clips like little nuggets of empowering wisdom, and your ideas about the 30/60/90 plan.

    I am very pleased to share with you that I have now accepted an offer for a new full time faculty position at a medical school. The employer sent me the contract after a phone interview but without conducting an on-site interview (cost savings). They thoroughly evaluated me through my LinkedIn profile which is currently pretty colorful, detailed and interactive. I was not asked to send in reference letters, but I did voluntarily provide all the names of all my past supervisors on my CV. I do not have any knowledge about whether or not they contacted any of them, but I was told that a verification check was conducted (and I did notice a flurry of anonymous LinkedIn viewers during that week).

    Lessons learned:
    For the long-term unemployed: (1) old references are no longer interesting to current recruiters, (2) reasons for losing the last job are not at all interesting, (3) evidence of having kept active, productive, acquired new credentials is very highly rated, and (4) convincing evidence of continued interest in further learning and professional advancement seems to be of paramount importance - candidates should not project any hesitancy or reservations if they want the new role.

    I hope this helps your audience, and I hope that my news means that new opportunities are starting to open up for everybody.

    I will post my new position once all the paperwork goes through.

    Rana

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  8. Jake G
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    I want to thank you so much for your services. It literally took less then a month for me to get a job after using your products and putting your advice to work. I was prepared for the interview, had a solid resume and most importantly found ways to go around recruiters which I would not have done. It took a lot of work on my end but the service you provided gave me the stepping stones to get there. I have received a career in medical sales and am thrilled. My wife was wary at first because of the cost, but boy has it payed off.

    Thank you once again.

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  9. Ahmad Z., JD
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    I just wanted to say that all of your material has been great. I have been listening to the audio and video coaching. I have also built my resume, cover letter, brag book, 30-60-90 day sales plan, etc based on your advice. I have a few friends that are in the medical device sales field (across the country) and they have received my documents well.

    This is the first time I have approached job-hunting from the networking only side. It is actually much more fulfilling. I feel like I am building relationships with those people and it definitely gives me insight on some of the hidden jobs or the jobs that may become available in the future within various companies. Best of all, I have learned a lot about the varying industries, types of jobs, etc from networking with these people.

    I just wanted to send a quick thank you and I let you know that I am utilizing all of the tools and I am certain my dream job in medical device sales will soon become a reality.

    Thanks for all your insight. Your passion is contagious.

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