Elekta - Marketing and Sales
Global Clinical Marketing Manager - Linac
Announcement date: 14 March 2022 - Deadline for application: 31 December 2030
The Global Clinical Marketing Manager - Linac, defines and leads the clinical marketing strategy for the Linac Business Line (BL) in line with product positioning, other BL, medical affairs, and regions. The role will be to provide the tools that highlight the clinical value proposition of Elekta Linacs (and associated Software) and allow a switch from technical argumentation to clinical argumentation. Works in close relation with global KOLs to build refence sites and generate proof points. Will provide the clinical background necessary to perform key marketing activities as well as input to the product development teams.
- Radiation Therapy Qualification with at least three years clinical experience in a Radiation Therapy Department working as a Radiation Therapist, Dosimetrist or Medical Physicist, or Clinician.
- Minimum 5 years clinical experience. Experience with Elekta solutions is a plus.
- Healthcare product/industry acumen – specifically RT segments (MR/RT, conventional radiation therapy, radiosurgery, brachytherapy).
- Understanding of commercial business & strategic marketing principles is a plus.
- Highly effective communication skills (written and verbal).
- Strong networker, proven ability to create professional relationship also with members of the medical/clinical/technical community.
- Experience from working cross-functionally, and in cross-location teams.
- Self-sufficiency to identify solutions and strategic direction. Persistent and persuasive behaviour to own and drive cross-functional collaboration.
- Customer-centric mindset, able to translate customer issues/needs into profitable business solutions.
- Ability to multi-task and successfully execute projects under a heavy workload and changing conditions.
- Very strong interpersonal/collaborative skills
- Willing to travel at least 40% of the time
The University of Alabama at Birmingham - Neurosurgery in the School of Medicine - 311360000 Neurosurgery Chair Office
Birmingham, USA, Alabama
School of Medicine- Instructor - Neurosurgery
Announcement date: 23 March 2022 - Deadline for application: 23 March 2030
Job reference: TS132P
The Department of Neurosurgery in the School of Medicine at the University of Alabama at Birmingham (UAB) has two FT Temporary (02) faculty positions in the Department of Neurosurgery as non-tenure track Instructors. The Department has received external funding from two sources to fund two separate non ACGME fellowships: Radiosurgery and Neurointerventional.
The Radiosurgery Fellowship at the University of Alabama-Birmingham (UAB) is a 12-month training program that provides:
1. Experience in stereotactic radiosurgery for all neurosurgical indications
2. Participation in radiosurgery and clinics in both radiation oncology and neurosurgery.
3. Clinical, translational and/or basic science research in radiosurgery-related areas.
4. Resident education in radiosurgery.
The Fellowship is based at the UAB Hospital, the Kirklin Clinic, and the UAB Radiation Oncology Facility. Pediatric activity is performed at Children’s Hospital of Alabama (COA).
The Neurointerventional Fellowship is a 12-month training program that provides:
1. Procedural experience in diagnostic and interventional neuroangiography.
2. Participation in cerebrovascular clinics.
3. Participation in cerebrovascular and stroke conferences.
4. Clinical research in cerebrovascular and neurointervention.
5. Resident education in neurointervention.
6. Basic neurointerventional skills with an endovascular simulator.
Located in the heart of the Southeast, Birmingham is a short drive from Atlanta, Nashville, Chattanooga, New Orleans, Memphis and Gulf Coast beaches. Some of the most beautiful suburbs in the United States surround the city. With its picturesque surroundings, Birmingham has been recognized as an “All American City”, one of the top ten American cities to live and work, and one of the top ten entrepreneurial and job growth hot spots in America. The combination of pleasant weather, geography, diverse culture, activities, and lifestyle make this city a wonderful place to live, raise a family, and practice medicine.
Surgeons and surgeon-investigators must be eligible to be licensed as a physician in the State of Alabama. Board-certification or Board-eligibility in Neurosurgery is preferred.
- Degraffenried, Cassandra B