S.B.U. Assistant

Requisition ID
Job Location(s)
Limerick Ireland
Languages Required
Cook Ireland
Position Type
Full Time
Bachelor's Degree


To assist the EMEA SBU Management for Endoscopy, by providing administrative/technical support and becoming familiar with the SBU’s products and customers.


Reporting to: Senior Product Manager  



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  • Assistant to Sales & Marketing Director (EMEA & Latin America).
  • SBU points person for all compliance and contract needs.
  • Liaise with the Product Management and Marketing Teams on:
    • Internal and external meetings.
    • New product introductions internationally and globally.
    • Any general/ad hoc items that may arise for field support.
    • Marketing material fulfilment.
  • Supportive role of VISTA training programmes.
  • Manage marketing samples and logistics of SBU training models.
  • Manage and maintain relevant SBU systems and databases.
  • Liaise with finance for SBU financial reports.
  • Assist with Post-Market Surveillance efforts.
  • Respond to phone queries and following-up on promotion campaigns.
  • Assist in Competitor Product Searches and analysis.
  • Assist when needed with preparations for training sessions, exhibitions and congresses.
  • Ensure that Cook’s Code of Conduct is considered in all business matters carried out on Cook’s behalf.


  • 3rd Level Qualification in related field and/or equivalent experience.
  • Product and/or procedural knowledge would be advantageous.
  • Excellent communication and inter personal skills.
  • Good working knowledge of Microsoft® Office.
  • Excellent administrative and organisational skills.
  • Proven problem solving skills.
  • Excellent written and verbal command of English. Ability to communicate with people for who English is not a native language.
  • A second or third European language other than English is advantageous.
  • High self-motivation.
  • Willingness and availability to travel on company business.


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