We are a organisation distributing international renowned brands of medical equipment having application in ENT field and associated areas. we are in the industry with various other business activities in same field for more than 3 decades
We are looking for sales and service engineers to market these products by candidates who have experience in marketing products like endoscope and equipment to specialty departments.
Candidates must have prior experience of 1 to 3 years in marketing ,meeting doctors/ hospitals and installation , of similar products and experience in servicing of these equipment.
Candidates experienced in covering more than 1 state in South is preferable with knowledge of other languages.They must be in a position to travel.
Likely package varies from Rs 25000 to rs 40 000 depending on the previous experience.
No of post 2.( sr and jr) – sales and service engineers
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