About the Job: The Medical Representative will report to the National Manager, Medical Sales and Marketing, for the Lydia Brand. He/She will be responsible for promoting Lydia-branded products, which are contraceptive and reproductive-health products for women, to health-care professionals such as doctors and midwives. He/She will work toward qualified sales targets. The Medical Representative will also be responsible for tracking competitors, as well as customers' compliance with: * contractual obligations related to health and safety * health & safety recommendations of DKT's suppliers * Myanmar's own health policies▶︎ Be a subject-matter expert on the company's products, their recommended usage, as well as all risks and benefits associated▶︎ Travel to the outstations▶︎ Making appointments and meetings with Doctors, Midwives, Retailers and Dealers, keeping a regular schedule of visit (calls)▶︎ Build and maintain positive working relationships with medical staff and supporting administrative staff▶︎ Prepare weekly and monthly work schedule plan▶︎ Report daily calls and competitors' activities▶︎ Coordinate with the distributor team to reach the monthly and yearly targets
▶︎ Bachelor's Degree (pharmacy degree preferred)▶︎ Preferable minimum 0-2 years' working experience as a medical representative▶︎ Good command of written and spoken English and Burmese▶︎ Driven, energetic personality with strong communication skills, persuasive in face-to-face meetings with customers▶︎ Experience with obstetrics/ gynecology (OG) or reproductive health is preferred but not required▶︎ Ability to travel and work independently
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About DKT International Inc. (Myanmar Branch Office): DKT International is a leader in making modern contraceptives more available, accessible and affordable to people in 28 developing countries worldwide. A social-marketing organization, it promotes its brands competitively in Myanmar as part of a proven sustainability model. However, it also runs donor-funded projects to raise the public’s education level on sexual and reproductive health. Established in 2014, the Myanmar organization is growing and will surpass 50 staff in the coming year, in two regional offices.