European Endovascular Planner

Requisition ID
2017-2484
Job Location(s)
London Middlesex United Kingdom
Languages Required
English
Travel
Less than 10%
Company
Cook UK
Position Type
Full Time
Category
Other
Education
Bachelor's Degree

Overview

The European Endovascular Planner is responsible for the planning of custom made Zenith endovascular stent grafts for individual physicians who are familiar with fenestrated endografting.

 

Reporting to: Endovascular Planning Service Manager - EMEA  

 

 

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Responsibilities

  • The main responsibilities will encompass, but will not be limited to:
  • Review of digital images with a view to planning an appropriate Zenith graft.
  • Liaise with referring physicians in regard to the planning of Zenith grafts to ensure the best possible graft design is agreed upon for treatment of the patient.
  • Attend Planning Meetings for group discussion with physicians on complex cases.
  • Work collaboratively with the Cook Medical Planning Centres in Australia and the United States.
  • Work collaboratively with the planning team to further develop and improve the content and quality of the training materials for fenestrated endografts.
  • Support Fenestrated Workshops with Planning and Sizing presentations/didactic sessions which are ran at the Proctor Centres throughout Europe.
  • Support the European Training Co-ordinators to develop the technical skills and knowledge of the sales representatives.
  • Comply with travel and subsistence rules and submit expense reports in a timely manner.
  • Ensure that COOK’s Code of Conduct is complied with in all business matters carried out on COOK’s behalf.

Qualifications

  • Qualified Radiographer/Medical Image Technician with CT imaging experience.
  • Experience with CT workstations.
  • Knowledge of TeraRecon and AquariusNet Planning Software desirable but not essential.
  • Training skills.
  • Good written and verbal command of English.
  • Good communication and inter-personal skills.
  • Good working knowledge of Microsoft® Office.
  • Proven problem-solving skills.
  • Excellent organizational skills.
  • High self-motivation.
  • To maintain patient confidentiality at all times.
  • Moderate travel within Europe will be part of this position.
  • This position is located in Central London, United Kingdom
  • Willingness to attend meetings and exhibitions outside of office hours and at weekends.

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