Division Sales Manager, Vaccines - Boston
Boston, Massachusetts, Remote
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The District Sales Manager (DSM) reports into a Regional Sales Director. The DSM is accountable to achieve/exceed divisional sales quotas for all assigned product franchises. The DSM works with the VS team, and in conjunction with Specialty, brand marketing and internal stakeholders, pulls through brand strategy and sales direction at the divisional level through a business plan that is customized to local market needs.
The DSM is expected to consistently review performance metrics and promptly identify and address emerging trends, opportunities, and issues through local market action plans. The DSM is responsible for the leadership of a team of Vaccine Specialists (VSs) to achieve sales performance goals.
They are responsible for hiring, training, and developing the Vaccine Specialist (VS) so that he/she can achieve/exceed their annual territory sales quotas and other sales-related goals. The DSM successfully trains and pulls through the Hybrid Customer Engagement Model (combination of virtual and face to face customer calls) by setting clear expectations on VS behaviors, developing team skills, and monitoring key performance insights and results.
The DSM is highly engaged in acquiring and developing diverse talent to meet the current and future needs of the organization. The DSM fosters a culture of innovation by encouraging new approaches to business development and customer engagement that align with both meeting customer needs and Sanofi Pasteur business goals. Encourages team involvement in company wide health, well-being, and employee resource groups.
Responsible for meeting divisional sales goals for the private & public sector marketplace.
Develop a local customized business plan that meets the needs of the unique division market while staying aligned to organizational priorities.
Ensure VS implement territory business plans that effectively pull through the tactical and operational activities for all marketed products.
Responsible for hiring and training VS for vacant sales positions.
Implement the Hybrid Customer Engagement Model by developing team skills, setting clear expectations on VS behaviors and monitoring performance insights and results.
Differentiate performance, provide feedback, and proactively address performance issues.
Provide on-going support through a consistent framework that allows for mutual collaboration and identification of performance opportunities and dynamic action plans including follow up that measures progress towards agreed upon goals and expectations of competency.
Demonstrate flexible approach, employs distance coaching to increase quality coaching touch point frequency.
Develop diverse VS talent pool for higher levels of responsibility or deepen expertise and proficiency in their chosen role.
An active participant with the Key Account Manager (KAM) in the planning and sales process for key customers.
Responsible for fostering a team selling environment between themselves, VS, Account Management, and other key stakeholders within the key accounts.
Proactive and routine communication of customer and market observations (written/verbal) in line with all corporate guidelines
Bachelor of Arts (BA) or Bachelor of Science (BS) degree from an accredited four-year college or university (or the equivalent if education obtained outside of the United States)
5+ years of pharmaceutical and/or business to business sales experience
2+ year of previous management experience and/or successful completion of Sanofi Pasteur leadership management development program
Success in people development as demonstrated by team member promotions and/or documented skill or competency development
Demonstrated sales performance that meets/exceeds expectations within the past 3 years based upon (documented) performance reviews
No Performance reviews below a Meets Expectations within the past 3 years
Valid Driver’s license and a good driving record under Sanofi policy
Experience in additional functional areas e.g. Training, Operations, Marketing, etc.
Orchestrates - aligns people and resources to impact customer engagement.
Collaboration – works cooperatively across team and broader organization to achieve shared goals, proactive and intentional sharing of information/insights
Communicates effectively – actively listens and communicates in a clear, compelling, and concise manner
Courage – provides direct and actionable feedback, faces difficult issues, and supports other who do the same
Develops effective teams – forms teams with appropriate talent and diverse mix; creates feeling of belonging, fosters open dialogue and collaboration
Develops Talent – develops others through coaching, feedback, exposure, and stretch assignments, encourages developmental moves
Thinks Strategically - intuitively makes connections and associations
Business acumen – keeps up with current and future practices and trends in the marketplace, business plan and actions are guided by knowledge of marketplace and business drivers
Plans and aligns – sets goals that align with organizational goals, stages activities with relevant milestones, continually assesses at divisional level and has contingency plans
Action oriented – proactively takes action, stretches themselves and others – capitalizes on opportunities – entrepreneurial mindset, willing to take calculated risks
Directs work – provides clear direction and accountabilities, delegates, monitors progress on work and results, removes obstacles
Drives Results – pushes self and helps others to achieve results, a track record of meeting/exceeding goals successfully
Manage ambiguity – Agile and willing to act without all information
Accountability – takes responsibility for all work activities, outcomes, and actions; follows through on commitments
Tech Savvy – readily learns and adopts new technologies, proactive and proficient with customers and internal partners
Proficient Account Management skills
On an annual basis, completion of all Global Compliance Mandatory Training (GCML).
Ensures full and complete compliance of all selling activities within the area of responsibility to Sanofi Pasteur standards and to all state and federal regulations
Complies with the letter and spirit of all state and federal laws, regulations, and guidance as well as PhRMA Code on Interactions with Healthcare Professionals and Sanofi Pasteur standards and policies relating to all promotional activities
Candidates must complete all fleet safety training and must maintain an acceptable driving record regarding accidents and incidents.
As a healthcare company and a vaccine manufacturer, Sanofi has an important responsibility to protect individual and public health. All US based roles require individuals to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 as part of your job responsibilities.
According to the CDC, an individual is considered to be “fully vaccinated” fourteen (14) days after receiving (a) the second dose of the Moderna or Pfizer vaccine, or (b) the single dose of the J&J vaccine. Fully vaccinated, for new Sanofi employees, is to be fully vaccinated 14 DAYS PRIOR TO START DATE.
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