Careers that make a Difference

Endo International plc is a highly focused generics and specialty branded pharmaceutical company delivering quality medicines to patients in need through excellence in development, manufacturing and commercialization. Endo has global headquarters in Dublin, Ireland, and U.S. headquarters in Malvern, PA. 

We believe in making a difference, and the dedication and experience of our employees guide that aspiration. Both our company and the growth of our individuals are driven by a common purpose – to deliver therapies that make a significant, positive impact on patients' lives. 

We are proud of our history of giving and the impact our employees have made through our charitable giving initiatives. At Endo, we strive to improve the lives of the patients we serve, and just as importantly, we as an organization are committed to improving the lives of those in need residing in our local neighborhoods through our ongoing charitable efforts and employee volunteer programs. We invite you to visit our Endo Gives Initiative page which highlights the activities and organizations supported.

Endo Indianapolis, IN, USA
Jan 22, 2020
Fully functioning Sales Professional role that plans and executes a moderately complex sales process, focusing on gaining and leveraging an understanding of the customers’ objectives across their full spectrum of needs. The Senior Specialty Sales Professional has broad knowledge of the customer and leverages business knowledge to expand relationships with customers. The Senior Specialty Sales Professional can fully and knowledgably articulate the strengths and limitations of assigned Endo products and competitor products and utilizes established relationships and ongoing interactions to sustain trust and deliver value with all relevant contacts at the customer. Responsibilities §  Establish and maintain call objectives for geography with minimal consultation with Area Sales Manager (ASM) to assure proper portfolio balance and planned actions. §  Develop and complete appropriate territory business plan for optimal activity §  Create effective call plans that include who to contact, how frequently to contact them, and what products to focus on for each call. §  Develop and execute an individual prescriber plan of action for maximum selling opportunity as developed through territory business plan. §  Understand and use approved promotional materials to support marketing message. §  Employ effective selling model and techniques aligning to current strategies set forth by Endo Pharmaceuticals. §  Attain and maintain performance guidelines for the following metrics:  call activity, appropriate utilization of samples, Quarterly Business Plan update. §  Incorporate and execute on all expectations regarding adherence to all FDA, PDMA, HPPA, and Endo established Policies on all interactions with Healthcare Professionals. §  Maintain up-to-date database to document sales call information, trends, future call objectives, sampling data and overall territory performance. §  Effectively manage sample accountability program. §  Execute all administrative responsibilities including but not limited to: o   Complete weekly activity reports as needed. o   Synchronize, check email, and voicemail at least once a day. o   Update ASM on territory business plan on a quarterly basis. o   Complete and track expense reports every 2 weeks at minimum or at the discretion of the ASM. §  Maintain an in-depth and sophisticated knowledge of specific healthcare issues, products and diseases states that enables quality engagement in meaningful dialogue, builds credibility and add value when calling on health care professionals. §  Maintain an expert product knowledge base including patient education, consumer education, and factors influencing the market environment. §  Learn and execute core sales training curriculum. §  Learn and apply information regarding new and existing products as demonstrated by tests and Field Contact Reports. §  Gain understanding of local ‘Payer’ environment and incorporate appropriate sales strategies. §  Prepare for, attend, and actively participate in all required sales conferences and training classes at local and/or remote locations. Qualifications §  Bachelor’s degree with 3-5 years’ relevant experience preferred.  §  Biopharmaceutical Industry experience required. §  B2B sales experience required. §  All newly-hired experiences (i.e. not entry level) Sales Professionals should enter at this level, regardless of their tenure or experience elsewhere. §   Able to understand technical issues (medical, computer, data analysis)
Endo Malvern, PA 19355, USA
Jan 22, 2020
The following is a description of the type of person who generally makes a successful Endo employee. Review the mindset, work style and skills outlined below to help determine if you and Endo may be a good fit. Mindset Successful Endo employees: Have a positive outlook and are open to new ideas. They see challenges as opportunities and embrace change. Genuinely like other people and treat them in accordance with the Endo values. Are naturally inquisitive. They raise questions, seek answers, and are willing to use what they learn to improve upon the work we do together. Seek to make a difference, for Endo, for the community, and for patients. Work Style Successful Endo employees: Are results-oriented problem solvers. They take a hands-on approach to their work and dedicate themselves to "rolling up their sleeves" and getting the job done. Don't wait for issues and opportunities to arise. They take initiative, actively looking for ways to make improvements and avert problems. Are willing to share information and previous experiences with colleagues to help ensure everyone's success. Skills Successful Endo employees: Communicate well, expressing their ideas clearly and listening to others' perspectives. Are critical thinkers who can evaluate situations objectively and identify solutions. Know how to mobilize the efforts of others to move things forward and drive results. Are business savvy and know how to network and create new market opportunities. Manage ambiguity effectively, remaining productive even when all of the information may not be available yet.
Endo Malvern, PA 19355, USA
Jan 22, 2020
The following is a description of the type of person who generally makes a successful Endo employee. Review the mindset, work style and skills outlined below to help determine if you and Endo may be a good fit. Mindset Successful Endo employees: Have a positive outlook and are open to new ideas. They see challenges as opportunities and embrace change. Genuinely like other people and treat them in accordance with the Endo values. Are naturally inquisitive. They raise questions, seek answers, and are willing to use what they learn to improve upon the work we do together. Seek to make a difference, for Endo, for the community, and for patients. Work Style Successful Endo employees: Are results-oriented problem solvers. They take a hands-on approach to their work and dedicate themselves to "rolling up their sleeves" and getting the job done. Don't wait for issues and opportunities to arise. They take initiative, actively looking for ways to make improvements and avert problems. Are willing to share information and previous experiences with colleagues to help ensure everyone's success. Skills Successful Endo employees: Communicate well, expressing their ideas clearly and listening to others' perspectives. Are critical thinkers who can evaluate situations objectively and identify solutions. Know how to mobilize the efforts of others to move things forward and drive results. Are business savvy and know how to network and create new market opportunities. Manage ambiguity effectively, remaining productive even when all of the information may not be available yet.
Endo Malvern, PA 19355, USA
Jan 22, 2020
The following is a description of the type of person who generally makes a successful Endo employee. Review the mindset, work style and skills outlined below to help determine if you and Endo may be a good fit. Mindset Successful Endo employees: Have a positive outlook and are open to new ideas. They see challenges as opportunities and embrace change. Genuinely like other people and treat them in accordance with the Endo values. Are naturally inquisitive. They raise questions, seek answers, and are willing to use what they learn to improve upon the work we do together. Seek to make a difference, for Endo, for the community, and for patients. Work Style Successful Endo employees: Are results-oriented problem solvers. They take a hands-on approach to their work and dedicate themselves to "rolling up their sleeves" and getting the job done. Don't wait for issues and opportunities to arise. They take initiative, actively looking for ways to make improvements and avert problems. Are willing to share information and previous experiences with colleagues to help ensure everyone's success. Skills Successful Endo employees: Communicate well, expressing their ideas clearly and listening to others' perspectives. Are critical thinkers who can evaluate situations objectively and identify solutions. Know how to mobilize the efforts of others to move things forward and drive results. Are business savvy and know how to network and create new market opportunities. Manage ambiguity effectively, remaining productive even when all of the information may not be available yet.
Endo Malvern, PA 19355, USA
Jan 22, 2020
The following is a description of the type of person who generally makes a successful Endo employee. Review the mindset, work style and skills outlined below to help determine if you and Endo may be a good fit. Mindset Successful Endo employees: Have a positive outlook and are open to new ideas. They see challenges as opportunities and embrace change. Genuinely like other people and treat them in accordance with the Endo values. Are naturally inquisitive. They raise questions, seek answers, and are willing to use what they learn to improve upon the work we do together. Seek to make a difference, for Endo, for the community, and for patients. Work Style Successful Endo employees: Are results-oriented problem solvers. They take a hands-on approach to their work and dedicate themselves to "rolling up their sleeves" and getting the job done. Don't wait for issues and opportunities to arise. They take initiative, actively looking for ways to make improvements and avert problems. Are willing to share information and previous experiences with colleagues to help ensure everyone's success. Skills Successful Endo employees: Communicate well, expressing their ideas clearly and listening to others' perspectives. Are critical thinkers who can evaluate situations objectively and identify solutions. Know how to mobilize the efforts of others to move things forward and drive results. Are business savvy and know how to network and create new market opportunities. Manage ambiguity effectively, remaining productive even when all of the information may not be available yet.
Endo Malvern, PA 19355, USA
Jan 22, 2020
The following is a description of the type of person who generally makes a successful Endo employee. Review the mindset, work style and skills outlined below to help determine if you and Endo may be a good fit. Mindset Successful Endo employees: Have a positive outlook and are open to new ideas. They see challenges as opportunities and embrace change. Genuinely like other people and treat them in accordance with the Endo values. Are naturally inquisitive. They raise questions, seek answers, and are willing to use what they learn to improve upon the work we do together. Seek to make a difference, for Endo, for the community, and for patients. Work Style Successful Endo employees: Are results-oriented problem solvers. They take a hands-on approach to their work and dedicate themselves to "rolling up their sleeves" and getting the job done. Don't wait for issues and opportunities to arise. They take initiative, actively looking for ways to make improvements and avert problems. Are willing to share information and previous experiences with colleagues to help ensure everyone's success. Skills Successful Endo employees: Communicate well, expressing their ideas clearly and listening to others' perspectives. Are critical thinkers who can evaluate situations objectively and identify solutions. Know how to mobilize the efforts of others to move things forward and drive results. Are business savvy and know how to network and create new market opportunities. Manage ambiguity effectively, remaining productive even when all of the information may not be available yet.
Endo Boston, MA, USA
Jan 22, 2020
Fully functioning Sales Professional role that plans and executes a moderately complex sales process, focusing on gaining and leveraging an understanding of the customers’ objectives across their full spectrum of needs. The Senior Specialty Sales Professional has broad knowledge of the customer and leverages business knowledge to expand relationships with customers. The Senior Specialty Sales Professional can fully and knowledgably articulate the strengths and limitations of assigned Endo products and competitor products and utilizes established relationships and ongoing interactions to sustain trust and deliver value with all relevant contacts at the customer. Responsibilities §  Establish and maintain call objectives for geography with minimal consultation with Area Sales Manager (ASM) to assure proper portfolio balance and planned actions. §  Develop and complete appropriate territory business plan for optimal activity §  Create effective call plans that include who to contact, how frequently to contact them, and what products to focus on for each call. §  Develop and execute an individual prescriber plan of action for maximum selling opportunity as developed through territory business plan. §  Understand and use approved promotional materials to support marketing message. §  Employ effective selling model and techniques aligning to current strategies set forth by Endo Pharmaceuticals. §  Attain and maintain performance guidelines for the following metrics:  call activity, appropriate utilization of samples, Quarterly Business Plan update. §  Incorporate and execute on all expectations regarding adherence to all FDA, PDMA, HPPA, and Endo established Policies on all interactions with Healthcare Professionals. §  Maintain up-to-date database to document sales call information, trends, future call objectives, sampling data and overall territory performance. §  Effectively manage sample accountability program. §  Execute all administrative responsibilities including but not limited to: o   Complete weekly activity reports as needed. o   Synchronize, check email, and voicemail at least once a day. o   Update ASM on territory business plan on a quarterly basis. o   Complete and track expense reports every 2 weeks at minimum or at the discretion of the ASM. §  Maintain an in-depth and sophisticated knowledge of specific healthcare issues, products and diseases states that enables quality engagement in meaningful dialogue, builds credibility and add value when calling on health care professionals. §  Maintain an expert product knowledge base including patient education, consumer education, and factors influencing the market environment. §  Learn and execute core sales training curriculum. §  Learn and apply information regarding new and existing products as demonstrated by tests and Field Contact Reports. §  Gain understanding of local ‘Payer’ environment and incorporate appropriate sales strategies. §  Prepare for, attend, and actively participate in all required sales conferences and training classes at local and/or remote locations. Qualifications §  Bachelor’s degree with 3-5 years’ relevant experience preferred.  §  Biopharmaceutical Industry experience required. §  B2B sales experience required. §  All newly-hired experiences (i.e. not entry level) Sales Professionals should enter at this level, regardless of their tenure or experience elsewhere. §   Able to understand technical issues (medical, computer, data analysis)
Endo San Francisco, CA, USA
Jan 22, 2020
Fully functioning Sales Professional role that plans and executes a moderately complex sales process, focusing on gaining and leveraging an understanding of the customers’ objectives across their full spectrum of needs. The Senior Specialty Sales Professional has broad knowledge of the customer and leverages business knowledge to expand relationships with customers. The Senior Specialty Sales Professional can fully and knowledgably articulate the strengths and limitations of assigned Endo products and competitor products and utilizes established relationships and ongoing interactions to sustain trust and deliver value with all relevant contacts at the customer. Responsibilities §  Establish and maintain call objectives for geography with minimal consultation with Area Sales Manager (ASM) to assure proper portfolio balance and planned actions. §  Develop and complete appropriate territory business plan for optimal activity §  Create effective call plans that include who to contact, how frequently to contact them, and what products to focus on for each call. §  Develop and execute an individual prescriber plan of action for maximum selling opportunity as developed through territory business plan. §  Understand and use approved promotional materials to support marketing message. §  Employ effective selling model and techniques aligning to current strategies set forth by Endo Pharmaceuticals. §  Attain and maintain performance guidelines for the following metrics:  call activity, appropriate utilization of samples, Quarterly Business Plan update. §  Incorporate and execute on all expectations regarding adherence to all FDA, PDMA, HPPA, and Endo established Policies on all interactions with Healthcare Professionals. §  Maintain up-to-date database to document sales call information, trends, future call objectives, sampling data and overall territory performance. §  Effectively manage sample accountability program. §  Execute all administrative responsibilities including but not limited to: o   Complete weekly activity reports as needed. o   Synchronize, check email, and voicemail at least once a day. o   Update ASM on territory business plan on a quarterly basis. o   Complete and track expense reports every 2 weeks at minimum or at the discretion of the ASM. §  Maintain an in-depth and sophisticated knowledge of specific healthcare issues, products and diseases states that enables quality engagement in meaningful dialogue, builds credibility and add value when calling on health care professionals. §  Maintain an expert product knowledge base including patient education, consumer education, and factors influencing the market environment. §  Learn and execute core sales training curriculum. §  Learn and apply information regarding new and existing products as demonstrated by tests and Field Contact Reports. §  Gain understanding of local ‘Payer’ environment and incorporate appropriate sales strategies. §  Prepare for, attend, and actively participate in all required sales conferences and training classes at local and/or remote locations. Qualifications §  Bachelor’s degree with 3-5 years’ relevant experience preferred.  §  Biopharmaceutical Industry experience required. §  B2B sales experience required. §  All newly-hired experiences (i.e. not entry level) Sales Professionals should enter at this level, regardless of their tenure or experience elsewhere. §   Able to understand technical issues (medical, computer, data analysis)
Endo Malvern, PA 19355, USA
Jan 22, 2020
The following is a description of the type of person who generally makes a successful Endo employee. Review the mindset, work style and skills outlined below to help determine if you and Endo may be a good fit. Mindset Successful Endo employees: Have a positive outlook and are open to new ideas. They see challenges as opportunities and embrace change. Genuinely like other people and treat them in accordance with the Endo values. Are naturally inquisitive. They raise questions, seek answers, and are willing to use what they learn to improve upon the work we do together. Seek to make a difference, for Endo, for the community, and for patients. Work Style Successful Endo employees: Are results-oriented problem solvers. They take a hands-on approach to their work and dedicate themselves to "rolling up their sleeves" and getting the job done. Don't wait for issues and opportunities to arise. They take initiative, actively looking for ways to make improvements and avert problems. Are willing to share information and previous experiences with colleagues to help ensure everyone's success. Skills Successful Endo employees: Communicate well, expressing their ideas clearly and listening to others' perspectives. Are critical thinkers who can evaluate situations objectively and identify solutions. Know how to mobilize the efforts of others to move things forward and drive results. Are business savvy and know how to network and create new market opportunities. Manage ambiguity effectively, remaining productive even when all of the information may not be available yet.
Endo Malvern, PA 19355, USA
Jan 22, 2020
The following is a description of the type of person who generally makes a successful Endo employee. Review the mindset, work style and skills outlined below to help determine if you and Endo may be a good fit. Mindset Successful Endo employees: Have a positive outlook and are open to new ideas. They see challenges as opportunities and embrace change. Genuinely like other people and treat them in accordance with the Endo values. Are naturally inquisitive. They raise questions, seek answers, and are willing to use what they learn to improve upon the work we do together. Seek to make a difference, for Endo, for the community, and for patients. Work Style Successful Endo employees: Are results-oriented problem solvers. They take a hands-on approach to their work and dedicate themselves to "rolling up their sleeves" and getting the job done. Don't wait for issues and opportunities to arise. They take initiative, actively looking for ways to make improvements and avert problems. Are willing to share information and previous experiences with colleagues to help ensure everyone's success. Skills Successful Endo employees: Communicate well, expressing their ideas clearly and listening to others' perspectives. Are critical thinkers who can evaluate situations objectively and identify solutions. Know how to mobilize the efforts of others to move things forward and drive results. Are business savvy and know how to network and create new market opportunities. Manage ambiguity effectively, remaining productive even when all of the information may not be available yet.
Endo Malvern, PA 19355, USA
Jan 22, 2020
The following is a description of the type of person who generally makes a successful Endo employee. Review the mindset, work style and skills outlined below to help determine if you and Endo may be a good fit. Mindset Successful Endo employees: Have a positive outlook and are open to new ideas. They see challenges as opportunities and embrace change. Genuinely like other people and treat them in accordance with the Endo values. Are naturally inquisitive. They raise questions, seek answers, and are willing to use what they learn to improve upon the work we do together. Seek to make a difference, for Endo, for the community, and for patients. Work Style Successful Endo employees: Are results-oriented problem solvers. They take a hands-on approach to their work and dedicate themselves to "rolling up their sleeves" and getting the job done. Don't wait for issues and opportunities to arise. They take initiative, actively looking for ways to make improvements and avert problems. Are willing to share information and previous experiences with colleagues to help ensure everyone's success. Skills Successful Endo employees: Communicate well, expressing their ideas clearly and listening to others' perspectives. Are critical thinkers who can evaluate situations objectively and identify solutions. Know how to mobilize the efforts of others to move things forward and drive results. Are business savvy and know how to network and create new market opportunities. Manage ambiguity effectively, remaining productive even when all of the information may not be available yet.
Endo Albany, NY, USA
Jan 22, 2020
Fully functioning Sales Professional role that plans and executes a moderately complex sales process, focusing on gaining and leveraging an understanding of the customers’ objectives across their full spectrum of needs. The Senior Specialty Sales Professional has broad knowledge of the customer and leverages business knowledge to expand relationships with customers. The Senior Specialty Sales Professional can fully and knowledgably articulate the strengths and limitations of assigned Endo products and competitor products and utilizes established relationships and ongoing interactions to sustain trust and deliver value with all relevant contacts at the customer. Responsibilities §  Establish and maintain call objectives for geography with minimal consultation with Area Sales Manager (ASM) to assure proper portfolio balance and planned actions. §  Develop and complete appropriate territory business plan for optimal activity §  Create effective call plans that include who to contact, how frequently to contact them, and what products to focus on for each call. §  Develop and execute an individual prescriber plan of action for maximum selling opportunity as developed through territory business plan. §  Understand and use approved promotional materials to support marketing message. §  Employ effective selling model and techniques aligning to current strategies set forth by Endo Pharmaceuticals. §  Attain and maintain performance guidelines for the following metrics:  call activity, appropriate utilization of samples, Quarterly Business Plan update. §  Incorporate and execute on all expectations regarding adherence to all FDA, PDMA, HPPA, and Endo established Policies on all interactions with Healthcare Professionals. §  Maintain up-to-date database to document sales call information, trends, future call objectives, sampling data and overall territory performance. §  Effectively manage sample accountability program. §  Execute all administrative responsibilities including but not limited to: o   Complete weekly activity reports as needed. o   Synchronize, check email, and voicemail at least once a day. o   Update ASM on territory business plan on a quarterly basis. o   Complete and track expense reports every 2 weeks at minimum or at the discretion of the ASM. §  Maintain an in-depth and sophisticated knowledge of specific healthcare issues, products and diseases states that enables quality engagement in meaningful dialogue, builds credibility and add value when calling on health care professionals. §  Maintain an expert product knowledge base including patient education, consumer education, and factors influencing the market environment. §  Learn and execute core sales training curriculum. §  Learn and apply information regarding new and existing products as demonstrated by tests and Field Contact Reports. §  Gain understanding of local ‘Payer’ environment and incorporate appropriate sales strategies. §  Prepare for, attend, and actively participate in all required sales conferences and training classes at local and/or remote locations. Qualifications §  Bachelor’s degree with 3-5 years’ relevant experience preferred.  §  Biopharmaceutical Industry experience required. §  B2B sales experience required. §  All newly-hired experiences (i.e. not entry level) Sales Professionals should enter at this level, regardless of their tenure or experience elsewhere. §   Able to understand technical issues (medical, computer, data analysis)
Endo Denver, CO, USA
Jan 22, 2020
Fully functioning Sales Professional role that plans and executes a moderately complex sales process, focusing on gaining and leveraging an understanding of the customers’ objectives across their full spectrum of needs. The Senior Specialty Sales Professional has broad knowledge of the customer and leverages business knowledge to expand relationships with customers. The Senior Specialty Sales Professional can fully and knowledgably articulate the strengths and limitations of assigned Endo products and competitor products and utilizes established relationships and ongoing interactions to sustain trust and deliver value with all relevant contacts at the customer. Responsibilities §  Establish and maintain call objectives for geography with minimal consultation with Area Sales Manager (ASM) to assure proper portfolio balance and planned actions. §  Develop and complete appropriate territory business plan for optimal activity §  Create effective call plans that include who to contact, how frequently to contact them, and what products to focus on for each call. §  Develop and execute an individual prescriber plan of action for maximum selling opportunity as developed through territory business plan. §  Understand and use approved promotional materials to support marketing message. §  Employ effective selling model and techniques aligning to current strategies set forth by Endo Pharmaceuticals. §  Attain and maintain performance guidelines for the following metrics:  call activity, appropriate utilization of samples, Quarterly Business Plan update. §  Incorporate and execute on all expectations regarding adherence to all FDA, PDMA, HPPA, and Endo established Policies on all interactions with Healthcare Professionals. §  Maintain up-to-date database to document sales call information, trends, future call objectives, sampling data and overall territory performance. §  Effectively manage sample accountability program. §  Execute all administrative responsibilities including but not limited to: o   Complete weekly activity reports as needed. o   Synchronize, check email, and voicemail at least once a day. o   Update ASM on territory business plan on a quarterly basis. o   Complete and track expense reports every 2 weeks at minimum or at the discretion of the ASM. §  Maintain an in-depth and sophisticated knowledge of specific healthcare issues, products and diseases states that enables quality engagement in meaningful dialogue, builds credibility and add value when calling on health care professionals. §  Maintain an expert product knowledge base including patient education, consumer education, and factors influencing the market environment. §  Learn and execute core sales training curriculum. §  Learn and apply information regarding new and existing products as demonstrated by tests and Field Contact Reports. §  Gain understanding of local ‘Payer’ environment and incorporate appropriate sales strategies. §  Prepare for, attend, and actively participate in all required sales conferences and training classes at local and/or remote locations. Qualifications §  Bachelor’s degree with 3-5 years’ relevant experience preferred.  §  Biopharmaceutical Industry experience required. §  B2B sales experience required. §  All newly-hired experiences (i.e. not entry level) Sales Professionals should enter at this level, regardless of their tenure or experience elsewhere. §   Able to understand technical issues (medical, computer, data analysis)
Endo Houston, TX, USA
Jan 22, 2020
Fully functioning Sales Professional role that plans and executes a moderately complex sales process, focusing on gaining and leveraging an understanding of the customers’ objectives across their full spectrum of needs. The Senior Specialty Sales Professional has broad knowledge of the customer and leverages business knowledge to expand relationships with customers. The Senior Specialty Sales Professional can fully and knowledgably articulate the strengths and limitations of assigned Endo products and competitor products and utilizes established relationships and ongoing interactions to sustain trust and deliver value with all relevant contacts at the customer. Responsibilities §  Establish and maintain call objectives for geography with minimal consultation with Area Sales Manager (ASM) to assure proper portfolio balance and planned actions. §  Develop and complete appropriate territory business plan for optimal activity §  Create effective call plans that include who to contact, how frequently to contact them, and what products to focus on for each call. §  Develop and execute an individual prescriber plan of action for maximum selling opportunity as developed through territory business plan. §  Understand and use approved promotional materials to support marketing message. §  Employ effective selling model and techniques aligning to current strategies set forth by Endo Pharmaceuticals. §  Attain and maintain performance guidelines for the following metrics:  call activity, appropriate utilization of samples, Quarterly Business Plan update. §  Incorporate and execute on all expectations regarding adherence to all FDA, PDMA, HPPA, and Endo established Policies on all interactions with Healthcare Professionals. §  Maintain up-to-date database to document sales call information, trends, future call objectives, sampling data and overall territory performance. §  Effectively manage sample accountability program. §  Execute all administrative responsibilities including but not limited to: o   Complete weekly activity reports as needed. o   Synchronize, check email, and voicemail at least once a day. o   Update ASM on territory business plan on a quarterly basis. o   Complete and track expense reports every 2 weeks at minimum or at the discretion of the ASM. §  Maintain an in-depth and sophisticated knowledge of specific healthcare issues, products and diseases states that enables quality engagement in meaningful dialogue, builds credibility and add value when calling on health care professionals. §  Maintain an expert product knowledge base including patient education, consumer education, and factors influencing the market environment. §  Learn and execute core sales training curriculum. §  Learn and apply information regarding new and existing products as demonstrated by tests and Field Contact Reports. §  Gain understanding of local ‘Payer’ environment and incorporate appropriate sales strategies. §  Prepare for, attend, and actively participate in all required sales conferences and training classes at local and/or remote locations. Qualifications §  Bachelor’s degree with 3-5 years’ relevant experience preferred.  §  Biopharmaceutical Industry experience required. §  B2B sales experience required. §  All newly-hired experiences (i.e. not entry level) Sales Professionals should enter at this level, regardless of their tenure or experience elsewhere. §   Able to understand technical issues (medical, computer, data analysis)
Endo New Haven, CT, USA
Jan 22, 2020
Fully functioning Sales Professional role that plans and executes a moderately complex sales process, focusing on gaining and leveraging an understanding of the customers’ objectives across their full spectrum of needs. The Senior Specialty Sales Professional has broad knowledge of the customer and leverages business knowledge to expand relationships with customers. The Senior Specialty Sales Professional can fully and knowledgably articulate the strengths and limitations of assigned Endo products and competitor products and utilizes established relationships and ongoing interactions to sustain trust and deliver value with all relevant contacts at the customer. Responsibilities §  Establish and maintain call objectives for geography with minimal consultation with Area Sales Manager (ASM) to assure proper portfolio balance and planned actions. §  Develop and complete appropriate territory business plan for optimal activity §  Create effective call plans that include who to contact, how frequently to contact them, and what products to focus on for each call. §  Develop and execute an individual prescriber plan of action for maximum selling opportunity as developed through territory business plan. §  Understand and use approved promotional materials to support marketing message. §  Employ effective selling model and techniques aligning to current strategies set forth by Endo Pharmaceuticals. §  Attain and maintain performance guidelines for the following metrics:  call activity, appropriate utilization of samples, Quarterly Business Plan update. §  Incorporate and execute on all expectations regarding adherence to all FDA, PDMA, HPPA, and Endo established Policies on all interactions with Healthcare Professionals. §  Maintain up-to-date database to document sales call information, trends, future call objectives, sampling data and overall territory performance. §  Effectively manage sample accountability program. §  Execute all administrative responsibilities including but not limited to: o   Complete weekly activity reports as needed. o   Synchronize, check email, and voicemail at least once a day. o   Update ASM on territory business plan on a quarterly basis. o   Complete and track expense reports every 2 weeks at minimum or at the discretion of the ASM. §  Maintain an in-depth and sophisticated knowledge of specific healthcare issues, products and diseases states that enables quality engagement in meaningful dialogue, builds credibility and add value when calling on health care professionals. §  Maintain an expert product knowledge base including patient education, consumer education, and factors influencing the market environment. §  Learn and execute core sales training curriculum. §  Learn and apply information regarding new and existing products as demonstrated by tests and Field Contact Reports. §  Gain understanding of local ‘Payer’ environment and incorporate appropriate sales strategies. §  Prepare for, attend, and actively participate in all required sales conferences and training classes at local and/or remote locations. Qualifications §  Bachelor’s degree with 3-5 years’ relevant experience preferred.  §  Biopharmaceutical Industry experience required. §  B2B sales experience required. §  All newly-hired experiences (i.e. not entry level) Sales Professionals should enter at this level, regardless of their tenure or experience elsewhere. §   Able to understand technical issues (medical, computer, data analysis)
Endo Toledo, OH, USA
Jan 22, 2020
Fully functioning Sales Professional role that plans and executes a moderately complex sales process, focusing on gaining and leveraging an understanding of the customers’ objectives across their full spectrum of needs. The Senior Specialty Sales Professional has broad knowledge of the customer and leverages business knowledge to expand relationships with customers. The Senior Specialty Sales Professional can fully and knowledgably articulate the strengths and limitations of assigned Endo products and competitor products and utilizes established relationships and ongoing interactions to sustain trust and deliver value with all relevant contacts at the customer. Responsibilities §  Establish and maintain call objectives for geography with minimal consultation with Area Sales Manager (ASM) to assure proper portfolio balance and planned actions. §  Develop and complete appropriate territory business plan for optimal activity §  Create effective call plans that include who to contact, how frequently to contact them, and what products to focus on for each call. §  Develop and execute an individual prescriber plan of action for maximum selling opportunity as developed through territory business plan. §  Understand and use approved promotional materials to support marketing message. §  Employ effective selling model and techniques aligning to current strategies set forth by Endo Pharmaceuticals. §  Attain and maintain performance guidelines for the following metrics:  call activity, appropriate utilization of samples, Quarterly Business Plan update. §  Incorporate and execute on all expectations regarding adherence to all FDA, PDMA, HPPA, and Endo established Policies on all interactions with Healthcare Professionals. §  Maintain up-to-date database to document sales call information, trends, future call objectives, sampling data and overall territory performance. §  Effectively manage sample accountability program. §  Execute all administrative responsibilities including but not limited to: o   Complete weekly activity reports as needed. o   Synchronize, check email, and voicemail at least once a day. o   Update ASM on territory business plan on a quarterly basis. o   Complete and track expense reports every 2 weeks at minimum or at the discretion of the ASM. §  Maintain an in-depth and sophisticated knowledge of specific healthcare issues, products and diseases states that enables quality engagement in meaningful dialogue, builds credibility and add value when calling on health care professionals. §  Maintain an expert product knowledge base including patient education, consumer education, and factors influencing the market environment. §  Learn and execute core sales training curriculum. §  Learn and apply information regarding new and existing products as demonstrated by tests and Field Contact Reports. §  Gain understanding of local ‘Payer’ environment and incorporate appropriate sales strategies. §  Prepare for, attend, and actively participate in all required sales conferences and training classes at local and/or remote locations. Qualifications §  Bachelor’s degree with 3-5 years’ relevant experience preferred.  §  Biopharmaceutical Industry experience required. §  B2B sales experience required. §  All newly-hired experiences (i.e. not entry level) Sales Professionals should enter at this level, regardless of their tenure or experience elsewhere. §   Able to understand technical issues (medical, computer, data analysis)
Endo Wisconsin, USA
Jan 22, 2020
Fully functioning Sales Professional role that plans and executes a moderately complex sales process, focusing on gaining and leveraging an understanding of the customers’ objectives across their full spectrum of needs. The Senior Specialty Sales Professional has broad knowledge of the customer and leverages business knowledge to expand relationships with customers. The Senior Specialty Sales Professional can fully and knowledgably articulate the strengths and limitations of assigned Endo products and competitor products and utilizes established relationships and ongoing interactions to sustain trust and deliver value with all relevant contacts at the customer. Responsibilities §  Establish and maintain call objectives for geography with minimal consultation with Area Sales Manager (ASM) to assure proper portfolio balance and planned actions. §  Develop and complete appropriate territory business plan for optimal activity §  Create effective call plans that include who to contact, how frequently to contact them, and what products to focus on for each call. §  Develop and execute an individual prescriber plan of action for maximum selling opportunity as developed through territory business plan. §  Understand and use approved promotional materials to support marketing message. §  Employ effective selling model and techniques aligning to current strategies set forth by Endo Pharmaceuticals. §  Attain and maintain performance guidelines for the following metrics:  call activity, appropriate utilization of samples, Quarterly Business Plan update. §  Incorporate and execute on all expectations regarding adherence to all FDA, PDMA, HPPA, and Endo established Policies on all interactions with Healthcare Professionals. §  Maintain up-to-date database to document sales call information, trends, future call objectives, sampling data and overall territory performance. §  Effectively manage sample accountability program. §  Execute all administrative responsibilities including but not limited to: o   Complete weekly activity reports as needed. o   Synchronize, check email, and voicemail at least once a day. o   Update ASM on territory business plan on a quarterly basis. o   Complete and track expense reports every 2 weeks at minimum or at the discretion of the ASM. §  Maintain an in-depth and sophisticated knowledge of specific healthcare issues, products and diseases states that enables quality engagement in meaningful dialogue, builds credibility and add value when calling on health care professionals. §  Maintain an expert product knowledge base including patient education, consumer education, and factors influencing the market environment. §  Learn and execute core sales training curriculum. §  Learn and apply information regarding new and existing products as demonstrated by tests and Field Contact Reports. §  Gain understanding of local ‘Payer’ environment and incorporate appropriate sales strategies. §  Prepare for, attend, and actively participate in all required sales conferences and training classes at local and/or remote locations. Qualifications §  Bachelor’s degree with 3-5 years’ relevant experience preferred.  §  Biopharmaceutical Industry experience required. §  B2B sales experience required. §  All newly-hired experiences (i.e. not entry level) Sales Professionals should enter at this level, regardless of their tenure or experience elsewhere. §   Able to understand technical issues (medical, computer, data analysis)
Endo Malvern, PA 19355, USA
Jan 22, 2020
The following is a description of the type of person who generally makes a successful Endo employee. Review the mindset, work style and skills outlined below to help determine if you and Endo may be a good fit. Mindset Successful Endo employees: Have a positive outlook and are open to new ideas. They see challenges as opportunities and embrace change. Genuinely like other people and treat them in accordance with the Endo values. Are naturally inquisitive. They raise questions, seek answers, and are willing to use what they learn to improve upon the work we do together. Seek to make a difference, for Endo, for the community, and for patients. Work Style Successful Endo employees: Are results-oriented problem solvers. They take a hands-on approach to their work and dedicate themselves to "rolling up their sleeves" and getting the job done. Don't wait for issues and opportunities to arise. They take initiative, actively looking for ways to make improvements and avert problems. Are willing to share information and previous experiences with colleagues to help ensure everyone's success. Skills Successful Endo employees: Communicate well, expressing their ideas clearly and listening to others' perspectives. Are critical thinkers who can evaluate situations objectively and identify solutions. Know how to mobilize the efforts of others to move things forward and drive results. Are business savvy and know how to network and create new market opportunities. Manage ambiguity effectively, remaining productive even when all of the information may not be available yet.
Endo Malvern, PA 19355, USA
Jan 22, 2020
The following is a description of the type of person who generally makes a successful Endo employee. Review the mindset, work style and skills outlined below to help determine if you and Endo may be a good fit. Mindset Successful Endo employees: Have a positive outlook and are open to new ideas. They see challenges as opportunities and embrace change. Genuinely like other people and treat them in accordance with the Endo values. Are naturally inquisitive. They raise questions, seek answers, and are willing to use what they learn to improve upon the work we do together. Seek to make a difference, for Endo, for the community, and for patients. Work Style Successful Endo employees: Are results-oriented problem solvers. They take a hands-on approach to their work and dedicate themselves to "rolling up their sleeves" and getting the job done. Don't wait for issues and opportunities to arise. They take initiative, actively looking for ways to make improvements and avert problems. Are willing to share information and previous experiences with colleagues to help ensure everyone's success. Skills Successful Endo employees: Communicate well, expressing their ideas clearly and listening to others' perspectives. Are critical thinkers who can evaluate situations objectively and identify solutions. Know how to mobilize the efforts of others to move things forward and drive results. Are business savvy and know how to network and create new market opportunities. Manage ambiguity effectively, remaining productive even when all of the information may not be available yet.
Endo
Jan 22, 2020
The following is a description of the type of person who generally makes a successful Endo employee. Review the mindset, work style and skills outlined below to help determine if you and Endo may be a good fit. Mindset Successful Endo employees: Have a positive outlook and are open to new ideas. They see challenges as opportunities and embrace change. Genuinely like other people and treat them in accordance with the Endo values. Are naturally inquisitive. They raise questions, seek answers, and are willing to use what they learn to improve upon the work we do together. Seek to make a difference, for Endo, for the community, and for patients. Work Style Successful Endo employees: Are results-oriented problem solvers. They take a hands-on approach to their work and dedicate themselves to "rolling up their sleeves" and getting the job done. Don't wait for issues and opportunities to arise. They take initiative, actively looking for ways to make improvements and avert problems. Are willing to share information and previous experiences with colleagues to help ensure everyone's success. Skills Successful Endo employees: Communicate well, expressing their ideas clearly and listening to others' perspectives. Are critical thinkers who can evaluate situations objectively and identify solutions. Know how to mobilize the efforts of others to move things forward and drive results. Are business savvy and know how to network and create new market opportunities. Manage ambiguity effectively, remaining productive even when all of the information may not be available yet.