Job Description

Clinical Support – Orthopaedic Implants and Power

Ref No: DT18077

County Dublin, Republic of Ireland

Competitive salary

Clinical Support – Orthopaedic Implants and Power Systems - South Dublin

Clinical Support – Orthopaedic Implants and Power Systems
We require a motivated, innovative and enthusiastic individual to join the team. 

Our client firm is one of the world’s leading health care suppliers and is in the Top 20 ranking of Medical Devices Companies.

The company employs over 64,000 people in 64 countries. Active in 18 therapy fields and applications with a focus on hospitals, medical practices, pharmacies, nursing, emergency services and at-home care.

This company is recognised as a Great Place to Work in Ireland and one with a mission to become the most progressive workplace in the life sciences industry.

Notes from the firm: 
The Clinical Support, (Orthopaedic Implants and Power Systems) will join our experienced Aesculap team. Our Aesculap division has been synonymous with competence in the operating room for over 150 years. The division is a partner for surgical and interventional treatment concepts in inpatient and outpatient care. Aesculap focuses on the following therapeutic areas: abdominal surgery, cardiothoracic surgery, orthopaedic surgery, spine surgery, neurosurgery, interventional vascular therapy and sterile goods management.

Since 1995 our Aesculap Academy has been keeping medical practitioners, hospital personnel and hospital management fit for the future.

Reporting to: Aesculap Business Unit Manager

In this role your core responsibilities will include:

  • This is a clinical, educational, and commercial role, you will be tasked with organising and facilitating educational/clinical advice to customers in an acute setting.
  • Liaising on a clinical basis with prospective and existing customers to monitor clinical satisfaction and needs.
  • To establish and maintain relationships with key accounts and customers.
  • To maintain appropriate and up-to-date product knowledge on the Company’s range of products/ services to ensure accuracy of communications and strong reputation and credibility with our customers.
  • Promoting and growing the key product range with relevant customers with a clinical need for the product, with a specific focus on Orthopaedic Surgeons and hospitals.
  • Delivering education and training on a group and individual basis.

Key Skills:

  • Be an excellent planner and problem solver with the aptitude to adapt and think creatively in an everchanging environment and have a strong team culture and team value ethos.
  • Be self-driven and goal orientated, with the drive to effectively handle and move past objections.
  • Ability to develop good clinical and business relationships with Regional Key Opinion Leaders.


  • Minimum 3 years previous experience in a clinical support environment (Orthopedics an advantage).
  • Comfortable working in a clinical setting and interacting with allied health professionals (e.g., nurses, doctors, biomed engineers)
  • Familiar with relevant E.U. Directives for medical devices, e.g., MDR, EN 60601, I.S.O. quality standards.
  • Full clean Irish driving license
  • Flexible to travel regularly throughout Leinster and further as the need arises.

In return we will provide the following benefits:

  • 23 Days Annual Leave (Increasing with service)
  • Bonus Scheme
  • Company Pension Scheme
  • Paid Health Insurance
  • Recognition and Long Service awards
  • Health and Wellbeing Allowance
  • Financial Further Education Support
  • Company Car / Car Allowance


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