£32k - £32k Per Year

Job Type

Full Time


2 days ago


Bromsgrove, MID


Kimal is an innovative and trusted manufacturer and supplier of specialised procedure packs and vascular access devices to hospitals across the world. We are proud of our achievements and we strive to continuously improve in all aspects of the products and service we give to our worldwide base.

We are looking for a Cardiology Product Specialist to work alongside the Senior Cardiology Product Manager. An important part of this newly created role will be to fully understand the Kimal cardiology portfolio and how the products are used. This role will also be responsible for supporting our in-field sales teams through training and the creation and delivery of sales tools.

Recognised as the cardiology expert and using your understanding of the procedures, intended use of products and clinical application, you will identify opportunities for further product development or new products, and develop and lead a group of key opinion leaders (KOLs) to support business intelligence, new product development and Post Market Clinical Follow-up.

The successful candidate will have previous experience working specifically in the area of cardiology, preferably within the field of medical devices. We would like you to be a strong communicator, and have high level analytical skills along with excellent organisation and planning skills. A Degree or relevant professional qualification such as CIM would be an advantage, as would product management experience, although this is not essential. A full UK driving licence is a requirement for this role, as is a UK / EU passport.

As market leaders in the cardiology field, and as a result of predicted growth, we’re now looking to further expand our team. If you would like the challenge of this newly created role and want to be part of this continued success, we would love to hear from you.

Within commutable distance from the Worcester site located just off the M5, Junction 6. Although this role is predominantly home-based, there will be a requirement to visit the office at least one day per week. There is also the expectation of regular travel, both within the UK and internationally.