Driven by a commitment to research, quality and service, PDI, Inc. provides innovative products, educational resources, training and support to prevent infection transmission and promote health and wellness. Encompassing 3 areas, our Healthcare, Sani Professional and Contract manufacturing divisions, we develop, manufacture and distribute leading edge products for North America and the world.
We have several locations across the US and are looking for new Associates to join our team!
PDI is the market leader in hospital surface disinfection products including germicidal wipes and sprays. Our products are routinely used by customers to disinfect hospital equipment to help prevent healthcare associated infections (HAIs). Our customers seek products that are effective in preventing HAIs, and are safe to use on their equipment without causing damage. PDI s products are designed to be highly compatible with hospital equipment, which is a key point of product differentiation. The Product Manager, Compatibility will develop and implement the strategy to position compatibility as a source of differentiation for both current and future products.
ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS AND BASIC DUTIES
The Product Manager will be responsible for developing and executing the product compatibility marketing strategy. This will include gathering and prioritizing product customer requirements and working closely with cross-functional teams to deliver successful messaging, tools and programs. The Product Manager will also ensure product and marketing activities are aligned so the needs of the overall strategy are met. The Product Manager will also be responsible to partner with the Channel, Marketing and National Accounts teams to develop, establish and implement the compatibility program. Other key areas include: Develop and implement marketing campaigns and tactical plans as well as provide day-to-day sales rep support. Collaborate with the VP, Sales, VP, National Accounts and Sr. Director of Marketing to develop programs that communicate customer value. Create the appropriate training materials that build sales skills and work together with R&D, Field Trainers and the Clinical Team to launch training programs for services and products. Create/continue to update searchable database for product compatibility by reviewing device and material instructions for use. Establish and foster relationships with OEMs and device manufacturers to drive testing and support of use of PDI products on their materials and devices. Provide marketing support to the Marketed Product Support Integration Core Team as a core team member Drive the company s efforts to maintain its leadership position in the hospital market, position itself as a leader in LTC and Physician markets and achieve targeted revenue goals. Research and manage product development activities working with cross-functional teams including R&D, Regulatory, Quality and Manufacturing to deliver products that meet well established customer requirements while supporting strategic goals. Establish successful plan to support strategic goals in collaboration with Clinical Affairs and Field Sales, and execute on well-defined and well-measured activities to achieve success.
Brand Strategy Support the overall brand strategy for key Category brands. Analyze competitive situation, identify barriers to access, educational gaps and unmet needs in the market. Develop and test early commercial concepts for positioning and messaging, branding and educational platform messaging. Work cross-functionally to proactively monitor and communicate changes in healthcare policy and competitive landscape that have implications on relevant Category product line. Leadership Be a role model for company core values and culture. Establish strong commitment and accountability for all initiatives and programs. Act as a leader within the company and create a culture of accountability, collaboration and urgency. Tactical Execution Build a team of strategic partners to execute tactical plan, ensuring partners meet contractual and budgetary requirements. Lead Cross-Functional Launch and Project Teams that would include all aspects of bringing key programs and initiatives to market including R&D, Sales Leadership, National Accounts, Operations, Supply Chain, Clinical, Legal, Regulatory, etc.
1. Percent to Annual Budget for key brands 2. Growth over Prior Year Sales 3. Develop and maintain strong web presence for compatibility 4. Develop long term relationships with targeted OEMs, such that they are motivated to text PDI products on their equipment 5. Manage expense budget for compatibility initiatives Requirements QUALIFICATIONS
EDUCATION/CERTIFICATION: Minimum of a Bachelor s degree is required
REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE: Proficiency in Word, Excel, Outlook, and PowerPoint and familiarity with salesforce.com. Advanced communication and organizational skills.
EXPERIENCE REQUIRED: Minimum of 5 years in healthcare industry. Minimum of 5 years of previous experience with product management/marketing or sales is preferred. Science or engineering background a plus.
SKILLS/ABILITIES: Confidently and expertly drive various projects to meet stated goals within projected timeframes. Strong prioritization skills in order to manage multiple activities across the team on a daily basis. Prior experience with product marketing essential knowledge and experience with upstream and downstream marketing critical. Exceptionally strong communication skills are a requirement including the ability to collaborate with health care professionals as well as the sales force and R&D teams on future product enhancements. Outstanding project management and team-building skills. High-energy, strong sense of urgency, attention to detail. Comfortable working in a fast-paced, rapidly changing environment. Proven ability to influence without authority and work with cross-functional teams in the development and delivery of brand strategic imperatives. Excellent organizational, planning, communication and follow-up skills. Excellent presentation skills for large and small groups. Ability to provide quantitative and qualitative inputs for the development of business cases and other financial assessments (ROI).
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